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Sony VPCEF3E1E - VPCEF3E1E Mode d'emploi Anglais

Sony VPCEF3E1E - VPCEF3E1E Mode d'emploi Anglais

Using Your VAIO Computer

Using Your VAIO Computer > Using the Bluetooth Function n 62 N Stopping Bluetooth Communications To stop Bluetooth communications Turn off the WIRELESS switch. Make sure the WIRELESS indicator light turns off.

Using Your VAIO Computer > Using the Bluetooth Function n 63 N Notes on Using the Bluetooth Function ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ The data transfer rate varies, depending on the following conditions: ❑ Obstacles, such as walls, located between devices ❑ Distance between devices ❑ Material used in walls ❑ Proximity to microwaves and cordless telephones ❑ Radio frequency interference and other environmental conditions ❑ Device configuration ❑ Type of software application ❑ Type of operating system ❑ Use of both wireless LAN and Bluetooth functions at the same time on your computer ❑ Size of file being exchanged Large files may occasionally be corrupted during continuous transfer due to limitations of the Bluetooth standard and electromagnetic interference in the environment. All Bluetooth devices must be certified to make sure that the applicable standard requirements are maintained. Even if standards are met, individual device performance, specifications, and operation procedures can vary. Data exchange may not be possible in all situations. Video and audio may not be synchronized if you play videos on your computer with audio output from a connected Bluetooth device. This is a frequent occurrence with Bluetooth technology and does not indicate a malfunction. The 2.4 GHz band, with which Bluetooth devices or wireless LAN devices work, is used by various devices. Although Bluetooth devices use the technology to minimize radio interference from other devices that use the same band, such radio interference may cause slower communication speeds and shorter distances or communication failures.