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Sony VPCEF3E1E - VPCEF3E1E Mode d'emploi Anglais

Sony VPCEF3E1E - VPCEF3E1E Mode d'emploi Anglais

Customizing Your VAIO

Customizing Your VAIO Computer > Using AMD-V n 84 N Using AMD-V AMD Virtualization (AMD-V) allows you to use hardware virtualization software for enhancing your computer's performance. ! AMD-V may not be available depending on the CPU installed on your computer. For information on virtualization and how to use hardware virtualization software, contact the software publisher. To enable AMD-V 1 Turn on your computer. 2 Press the F2 key when the VAIO logo appears. The BIOS setup screen appears. If the screen does not appear, restart the computer and press the F2 key several times when the VAIO logo appears. 3 Press the < or , key to select Advanced. 4 Press the M or m key to select AMD-V(TM), press the Enter key, select Enabled, and press the Enter key. ! If the Advanced tab is not displayed in the BIOS setup window or you cannot select AMD-V(TM), AMD-V is not available on the computer. 5 Press the < or , key to select Exit, select Exit Setup, and then press the Enter key. At the confirmation prompt, press the Enter key.

Customizing Your VAIO Computer > Using the VAIO Control Center n 85 N Using the VAIO Control Center The VAIO Control Center utility allows you to access system information and to specify preferences for system behavior. To use the VAIO Control Center 1 Click Start, All Programs, and VAIO Control Center. 2 Select your desired control item and change the settings. 3 Once finished, click OK. The setting of the desired item is changed. ✍ For more information about each option, see the help file included with the VAIO Control Center. Some of the control items will not be visible if you open the VAIO Control Center as a standard user.