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Keydata Keynote 8320 - Green 732
User Manual 15 Inch LCD
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The best kind of AC power source to connect your Notebook to is a UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply). Lacking this, use a power strip with a built-in surge protector. Do not use inferior extension cords as this may result in damage to your Notebook. The Notebook comes with its own AC adapter. Do not use a different adapter to power the computer and other electrical devices.
Whenever possible, keep the AC adapter plugged into the Notebook and an electrical outlet to recharge the battery.
Never turn off or reset your Notebook while the hard disk is in use and the HDD status icon is lit; doing so can result in loss or destruction of your data. Always wait at least 5 seconds after turning off your Notebook before turning it back on; turning the power on and off in rapid succession can damage the Notebook’s electrical circuitry.
Turning On Your Notebook Computer
Turn on your Notebook by pressing the power button. Hold the button down for a second or two and release. The Power-On Self Test (POST) runs automatically.
After the POST is completed, the computer reads the operating system from the hard disk drive into computer memory (this is commonly referred to as “booting” a computer). If your OS (Operating System such as Windows ME, Windows 2000…. etc) is installed, it should start automatically.
To turn the Notebook off, save your work and close all open applications, click on Start, then Shut Down and select Shut down the computer and click "Yes" or press the power button for 4-6 seconds.
Operating on Battery Power
Your computer comes with a rechargeable battery pack that lets you operate the computer without an external power source. When the battery pack is fully charged, you can operate the computer for approximately 2 hours under the following conditions: