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Sony VPCSE2E1E - VPCSE2E1E Istruzioni per l'uso Inglese

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Troubleshooting > Keyboard n198 N Keyboard What should I do if the keyboard configuration is wrong? The language layout of your computer's keyboard is labeled on the packaging box. If you choose a different regional keyboard when you complete the Windows setup, the key configuration will be mismatched. To change the keyboard configuration, follow these steps: 1 Click Start and Control Panel. 2 Click Clock, Language, and Region, and then Change keyboards or other input methods under Region and Language. 3 Click Change keyboards on the Keyboards and Languages tab. 4 Change the settings as desired. What should I do if I cannot enter certain characters with the keyboard? On models without the numeric keypad, if you cannot enter U, I, O, P, J, K, L, M, and so on, the Num Lk key may be activated. Check that the Num lock indicator light is unlit. If the Num lock indicator is lit, press the Fn+Num Lk keys to turn it off before entering these characters. What should I do if I cannot use the numeric keypad to enter numbers? On models with the numeric keypad, if you cannot use the numeric keypad, Num Lk mode may not be activated. Check if the Num lock indicator light is unlit. If the indicator light is unlit, press the Num Lk key to turn it on before entering numerals.

Troubleshooting > Floppy Disks n199 N Floppy Disks Why doesn't the Safely Remove Hardware and Eject Media icon appear on the taskbar when the drive is connected? ❑ ❑ Your computer does not recognize the floppy disk drive. First, make sure the USB cable is properly connected to the USB port. If you need to secure the connection, wait a few moments for the computer to recognize the drive. If the icon still does not appear, follow these steps: 1 Close all programs that are accessing the floppy disk drive. 2 Wait until the indicator light on the floppy disk drive turns off. 3 Push the eject button to remove the disk, and unplug the USB floppy disk drive from your computer. 4 Reconnect the floppy disk drive by plugging the USB cable into the USB port. 5 Restart the computer by clicking Start, the arrow next to the Shut down button, and Restart. If you have disabled the USB ports in the BIOS setup screen, you cannot use the USB floppy disk drive connected to one of the USB ports. To enable the ports, follow the steps in Disabling Built-in Devices (page 133). What should I do if I cannot write data to a floppy disk? ❑ ❑ ❑ Make sure the floppy disk is properly inserted in the drive. If the disk is inserted properly and you are still unable to write data to it, the disk may be full or write-protected. You can either use a floppy disk that is not write-protected or disable the write-protect feature. If you have disabled the USB ports in the BIOS setup screen, you cannot write data to the floppy disk in the external disk drive connected to one of the USB ports. To enable the ports, follow the steps in Disabling Built-in Devices (page 133).

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