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Sony VPCEC4S1E - VPCEC4S1E Istruzioni per l'uso Inglese

Sony VPCEC4S1E - VPCEC4S1E Istruzioni per l'uso Inglese

Getting Started > Using

Getting Started > Using the Battery Pack n 22 N Charging the Battery Pack The battery pack supplied with your computer is not fully charged at the time of delivery. To charge the battery pack 1 Install the battery pack. 2 Connect the computer to a power source with the AC adapter. The charge indicator light is on while the battery pack is charging. When the battery pack charges close to the maximum charge level you selected, the charge indicator turns off. Charge indicator status Lit in orange Blinks along with the green power indicator Blinks along with the orange power indicator Blinks fast in orange Meaning The battery pack is charging. The battery pack is running out of power. (Normal mode) The battery pack is running out of power. (Sleep mode) A battery error has occurred due to a failed battery pack or an unlocked battery pack. ! Charge the battery pack as described in this manual from your first battery charge.

Getting Started > Using the Battery Pack n 23 N ✍ Keep the battery pack in your computer while it is directly connected to an AC power source. The battery pack continues to charge while you are using the computer. When the battery pack is running out of power and both the charge and power indicator lights blink, you should either connect the AC adapter to recharge the battery pack or shut down your computer and install a fully charged battery pack. Your computer is supplied with a lithium ion battery pack and can be recharged any time. Charging a partially discharged battery pack does not affect the life of battery. While some software applications or peripheral devices are in use, your computer may not enter Hibernate mode even when the remaining battery life becomes short. To avoid loss of data while the computer is running on the battery, you should save your data frequently and manually activate a power management mode, such as Sleep or Hibernate. If the battery pack runs out of power while the computer is in Sleep mode, you will lose all unsaved data. Going back to the previous work state is impossible. To avoid loss of data, you should save your data frequently.