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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 44 Using PC Cards Sony Notebook Computer User Guide To insert a PC card Insert the PC card into the PC card slot, front label facing up. Gently push the card into the slot until the card is fixed into the connector. The Release button will then come out. Insert in the direction of the arrow Do not force a card into the slot. It may damage the connector pins. If you have difficulty inserting a card, check that you are inserting the card with the correct orientation. See the manual supplied with your PC card for more information on use. For some PC cards, if you alternate between normal power operation and the system suspend or system hibernation power management modes while the card is inserted, you may find that a device connected to your system is not recognized. Reboot your system to correct the problem. While the card is inserted, your computer may not enter the System Hibernation power management mode. It may enter the System Suspend mode. It is recommended to remove the card when your computer enters the System Hibernation mode by pressing Fn + F12 keys or by using the PowerPanel utility, and when it is set to enter the System Hibernation mode automatically while using a battery as the source of power.

Using Your Notebook Computer n N 45 Using PC Cards Sony Notebook Computer User Guide Close any applications that use the PC card before removing the card. Otherwise, data may be lost. ! Do not stop the USB Disk. If you remove the USB Disk, the internal Memory Stick slot will be disabled. If you removed the USB Disk by mistake instead of the PC card that you want to unplug, proceed as follows: ! In Control Panel, double-click the System icon. Select View all Control Panel options if all icons are not displayed ! Select the Device Manager tab and click Refresh. To remove a PC card Follow the steps below to remove the PC card while your computer is on. If it is not removed properly, your system may crash and you may lose data that you did not save before. When your computer is off, skip steps 1 to 4. 1 Double-click the Unplug or Eject Hardware icon in the task tray. 2 Select the PC Card that you want to unplug and click Stop. 3 Click OK when the You may safely remove this device dialog box appears. 4 Press the PC card release button. 5 Gently grasp the card and pull it out. RELEASE button