Toshiba NB300 Series Mini Notebook User’s Guide.pdf

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Toshiba NB 300 Series mini notebook is a light, stylish and highly portable notebook which is also a powerful one. Toshiba mini NB 300 Series mini notebook is powered by Intel Atom processor N450, with 1.66GHz, 512KB L2 Cache, features Intel l NM10 Express chipset and Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 3150 with 0MB-384MB dynamically allocated shared graphics memory.

This user’s guide provide information of all features and controls of the said mini notebook, also it contains procedures to maintain the mini notebook thus it will provide a longer service period.

Contents:

  • Introduction
    • This guide
    • Safety icons [ Other icons used ~ Your computer’s features and specifications ]
    • Other documentation
    • Service options
  • Chapter 1: Getting Started
    • Getting comfortable with your computer [ Keeping yourself comfortable ~ Precautions ~ Important information on your computer’s cooling fan ]
    • Setting up your computer
    • Connecting to a power source
    • Charging the main battery
    • Using the computer for the first time [ Opening the display panel ~ Turning on the power ~ Setting up your software ]
    • Registering your computer with Toshiba
    • Adding optional external devices
    • Adding memory (optional) [ Installing a memory module ~ Removing a memory module ~ Checking total memory ]
    • Recovering the Internal Storage Drive [Recovering to out-of-box state (recommended recovery method) ~ Recovering to a custom size partition ~ Recovering without changing the internal storage drive partitions ~ Creating recovery DVDs/media ~ Restoring from recovery DVDs/media ]
    • Erasing the Internal Storage Drive
    • Checking the internal storage drive operating status [ Installing drivers and applications ]
    • Using the TouchPad™ [ Adjusting TouchPad™ settings ~ Disabling or enabling the TouchPad™ ]
    • Using external display devices [ Directing the display output when you turn on the computer ~ Adjusting the quality of the external display ]
    • Using an external keyboard
    • Using a mouse
    • Connecting a printer [ Setting up a printer ]
    • Turning off the computer [ Options for turning off the computer ~ Using the Turn Off Computer command ~ Using and configuring Hibernation mode ~ Using and configuring Standby mode ~ Closing the display panel ]
    • Customizing your computer’s settings
    • Caring for your computer [ Cleaning the computer ~ Moving the computer ~ Using a computer lock ]
  • Chapter 2: Learning the Basics
    • Computing tips
    • Using the keyboard [ Character keys ~ Making your keyboard emulate a full-size keyboard ~ Ctrl, Fn, and Alt keys ~ Function keys ~ Special Windows® keys ~ Overlay keys ]
    • Starting a program [ Starting a program from the Start menu ~ Starting a program from Windows® Explorer ~ Starting a program from the Run dialog box ]
    • Saving your work
    • Printing your work
    • Backing up your work [ Restoring your work ]
    • Toshiba’s online resources
  • Chapter 3: Mobile Computing
    • Toshiba’s energy-saver design
    • Running the computer on battery power [ Battery Notice ~ Power management ~ Using additional batteries ]
    • Charging batteries [ Charging the main battery ~ Charging the RTC battery ]
    • Monitoring main battery power [ Determining remaining battery power ~ What to do when the main battery runs low ~ Setting battery alarms ~ Conserving battery power ~ Power Profiles ~ Using a hot key to set the Power Profile ]
    • Changing the main battery [ Removing the battery from the computer ~ Inserting a charged battery ]
    • Taking care of your battery [ Safety precautions ~ Maintaining your battery ]
    • Disposing of used batteries
    • Traveling tips
  • Chapter 4: Exploring Your Computer’s Features
    • Exploring the desktop [ Finding your way around the desktop ]
    • Setting up for communications [ Connecting your computer to a network ]
    • Exploring audio features [ Recording sounds ~ Using external speakers or headphones ]
    • Using the Web Camera
    • Using the Memory card reader [ Inserting memory media ~ Removing memory media ]
  • Chapter 5: Utilities
    • TOSHIBA Assist [ Connect ~ Secure ~ Protect & Fix ~ Optimize ]
    • TOSHIBA Recovery Media Creator
    • TOSHIBA Application Installer
    • Setting passwords [ Using an instant password ~ Using a supervisor password ~ Using a user password ~ Deleting a user password ]
    • TOSHIBA PC Diagnostic Tool Utility
    • TOSHIBA HDD Protection Utility
    • Fn-esse®  [ Starting Fn-esse® ]
    • TOSHIBA SD™ Memory Card Format Utility
    • TOSHIBA Power Saver [ Preset Power Profiles ~ Quickly creating a new power profile ~ Customizing a power profile ]
    • Mouse Utility
    • TOSHIBA Hardware Setup
    • USB Sleep and Charge Utility [ Starting the USB Sleep and Charge Utility ~ USB Sleep and Charge ~ Enabling/Disabling USB Sleep and Charge ~ Power supply mode settings ]
    • TOSHIBA Zooming Utility
    • TOSHIBA Accessibility
    • TOSHIBA Service Station
  • Chapter 6: If Something Goes Wrong
    • Problems that are easy to fix
    • Problems when you turn on the computer
    • The Windows® operating system is not working [ Using Startup options to fix problems ~ Internet problems ~ The Windows® operating system can help you ]
    • Fixing a problem with Device Manager [ Checking device properties ]
    • Memory problems
    • Power and the batteries
    • Keyboard problems
    • Display problems
    • Disk or storage drive problems [ Error-checking ]
    • Sound system problems
    • Printer problems
    • Wireless networking problems
    • Develop good computing habits [ Data and system configuration backup in the Windows® operating system ]
    • If you need further assistance [ Before you contact Toshiba ~ Contacting Toshiba ]
    • Other Toshiba Internet Web sites
    • Toshiba’s worldwide offices
  • Appendix A: Hot Keys
  • Appendix B: Power Cord/Cable Connectors
  • Appendix C: Using ConfigFree® with your Toshiba Computer
    • Getting Started [ Starting ConfigFree® ]
    • ConfigFree® Utilities [ Connectivity Doctor ~ Search for Wireless Devices ~ Profile Settings ~ ConfigFree® SUMMIT ~ Quick Connect ]
    • Using the Automatic Switch
    • Semi-Automatic Switch Feature
  • Glossary
  • Index


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