Sony PCG-C1VE - PCG-C1VE Istruzioni per l'uso Inglese
Using Your Notebook Computer n N 42 Using the MOTION EYE built-in camera Sony Notebook Computer User Guide 7 Fully press the Capture button. The Still Viewer window will open and the captured still image appears in the Still Viewer window. 8 For more detailed information about the capture software, please refer to your Software Guide. If you turn the lens inwards, Smart Capture goes into mirror mode. You can use the mirror mode to take a still image of yourself. A mirror-image appears in the finder window of the display while shooting, however, after capturing, a normal image appears. You can capture the following still images sizes : 640 x 480, 320 x 240, 160 x 120 and 80 x 60. You cannot detach the camera. Smart Capture is not available while another software that uses the built-in camera is in use. Close this software before using Smart Capture. You cannot transfer still images or video clips from the built-in camera while you are transferring files using i.LINK devices via the i.LINK cable.
Using Your Notebook Computer n N 43 Using PC Cards Sony Notebook Computer User Guide Using PC Cards Your computer includes a PC card slot. PC cards allow you to connect portable external devices. Some PC cards may require you to disable idle devices when using the PC card. You can use Sony Notebook Setup to disable devices. Please refer to Sony Notebook Setup in your Software Guide for details. Be sure to use the most recent software driver provided by the PC card manufacturer. If an “!” mark appears on the Device Manager tab in the System Properties dialog, remove the software driver and then reinstall it. You may not be able to use some PC cards or some functions within the PC card with this computer. You do not need to shut down the computer before inserting or removing a PC card. The PC card slot can accommodate one Type I or Type II PC card. This slot is compatible with 16 bits cards and card bus. ZV (Zoomed Video) port is not available. ! Some devices may not function properly if you repeat Returning to Normal Mode from System Suspend Mode or System Hibernation mode. ! The computer will return to its original state if you restart it.
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