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Sony PCG-C1VE - PCG-C1VE Istruzioni per l'uso Inglese

Sony PCG-C1VE - PCG-C1VE Istruzioni per l'uso Inglese

Using Your Notebook

Using Your Notebook Computer n N 20 Using Battery Power Sony Notebook Computer User Guide To charge the battery pack 1 Connect the AC adapter to the computer. 2 Insert the battery pack. The computer automatically charges the battery (the battery indicator light flashes in a double blink pattern as the battery charges). When the battery is 85% full, the battery indicator light turns off. This process takes approximately one to one and half hour. To charge the battery completely, continue charging for an additional hour. A fully charged battery pack provides power for hours. The time varies based on your system configuration and the software you use. See your Software guide, in "Battery Information ". Battery indicators The e battery indicator light indicates the status of the battery pack: Battery Indicator Light Status On Single blink Double blink Off Meaning The computer is using battery power. The battery is running out of power. The battery is charging. The computer is using AC power. Battery pack

Using Your Notebook Computer n N 21 Using Battery Power Sony Notebook Computer User Guide When the battery is running out of power, both the battery and power indicators blink. To determine the time the battery lasts, please refer to Battery information in your Software Guide. Keep the battery pack in the computer while it is directly connected to AC power. The battery pack continues to charge while you are using the computer. If the battery level falls to below 10%, you should either attach the AC adapter to recharge the battery or shut down your computer and insert a fully charged battery. You can extend battery life by changing the power management modes in the PowerPanel utility. See your Software guide, in Controlling Power Management. The battery pack supplied with your computer is a lithium ion battery and can be recharged anytime. Charging a partially discharged battery does not affect battery life. The battery indicator light is on while you use the battery pack as a power source. When the battery life is nearly depleted, the battery indicator starts flashing. For some software applications and some peripheral devices, your computer may not enter system hibernation mode when battery life is low. To avoid loss of data when using battery power, you should save your data frequently and manually activate a power management mode, such as system suspend or system hibernation. When the computer is connected to AC power and has a battery pack in the battery bay, it uses power from the AC outlet.