How to repair your Panasonic Toughbook




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Personal Computer OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Model No. CF-29 Series Getting Started Appendix Troubleshooting Operation Contents Getting Started Read Me First...3 Names and Functions of Parts ...9 First-time Operation ...11 Reference Manual • Read Me First • Key Combinations • LED Indicators XP Operation Starting Up/Shutting Down ...16 Touch Pad (Basic Operation) ...19 Reference Manual ...20 Useful Information ...21 Reference Manual Touch Pad Touchscreen Panasonic Hand Writing Standby/Hibernation Functions Security Measures Computing on the Road Battery Power Multimedia ...

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Customer's Record Model No.* Serial No. or Code No. Dealer's Address Dealer's Name Date of Purchase * For the Model No., insert the 12 digit number (for example, CF-29ETKGZKM) located on the bottom of the computer. Getting Started Introduction Thank you for purchasing the Panasonic computer. Read the operating instructions thoroughly for proper operation of your new computer. Illustrations and Terminology in this Manual NOTE: CAUTION: Enter : Fn + F5 : [start] - [Run]: :...


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Read Me First For U.S.A. Federal Communications Commission Radio Frequency Interference Statement Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that ...

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Read Me First 10.According to the FCC's electrical safety advisory, we recommend that you may install an AC surge arrestor in the AC outlet to which this equipment is connected. Telephone companies report that electrical surges, typically lightning transients, are very destructive to customer terminal equipment connected to AC power sources and that this is a major nationwide problem. "Caution: To reduce the risk of fire, use only No.26 AWG or larger telecommunication line cord." "ATTENTION: Pour réduire le risque d'incendie, utiliser uniquement des conducteurs de télé...

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For Europe Declaration of Conformity (DoC) "Hereby, we and Panasonic Service Europe GmbH (PSE), declares that this Personal Computer is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of the Directive 1999/5/EC." Hint: If you want to get a copy of the original DoC of our products which relates to the R&TTE, please contact to our web address: http://doc.panasonic-tc.de Network connection. The terminal equipment is intended for connection to the following public network; In all the countries of European Economical Area; - Public Switched Telephony Networks Technical ...

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Read Me First Important Safety Instructions / Importantes Mesures De Sécurité When using your telephone equipment, basic safety precautions should always be followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock and injury to persons, including the following: 1.Do not use this product near water, for example, near a bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink or laundry tub, in a wet basement or near a swimming pool. 2.Avoid using a telephone (other than a cordless type) during an electrical storm. There may be a remote risk of electric shock from lightning. 3. Do not use the telephone to report...

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Read Me First Precautions (Battery Pack) If the battery pack will not be used for a long period of time (a month or more), charge or discharge (use) the battery pack until the remaining battery level becomes 30% to 40% and store it in a cool, dry place. This computer prevents overcharging of the battery by recharging only when the remaining power is less than approx. 95% of capacity. The battery pack is not charged when the computer is first purchased. Be sure to charge it before using it for the first time. When the AC adaptor is connected to the computer, charging begins automatically. ...

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Names and Functions of Parts The illustrations shown may differ from the actual physical appearances. LCD (Only for models with touchscreen: "Touchscreen") Function Keys For information on the key combinations available ( "Key Combinations"). Keyboard CAUTION Do not allow metallic objects or magnetic media to come in close proximity to this area. Modem ( DC-IN Jack "Modem") DC IN 15.6V Touch Pad ( page 19) Power Switch POWER USB Port ( "USB Devices") Depending on the shape of the plug, some USB devices cannot be connected to the USB port. In this case, use a commercially-available USB...

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Names and Functions of Parts Headphone Jack Use this connector to connect headphones or amplifierequipped speakers. Audio output from the internal speaker is disabled when headphones or external speakers are connected. External Keyboard/Mouse Port ( External Display Port "External Display") Parallel Port Serial Port Expansion Bus Connector ( "Port Replicator") External Antenna Connector The external antenna connector is for use as an extension in the future. Getting Started Security Lock LOCK A cable can be connected to prevent theft of your computer. For more information, read the manual ...

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First-time Operation 3 Slide the battery pack inward until it is firmly in place. CAUTION Do not touch the terminals on the battery pack and the computer. The battery pack may no longer function properly if the contacts are dirty or damaged. Also, the computer may not operate properly. Be sure to insert the battery pack as illustrated. 4 Close the cover until it clicks into place. 5 Lock the cover by sliding the latch to the left. 4 3 CAUTION Getting Started Confirm that the latch lock is correctly in place. If you carry your computer without the latch lock in place, the battery pack may...

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7 Setup Windows. Moving the cursor ( ) or clicking buttons can be performed with the touch pad. NOTE The touchscreen does not work properly during the Windows setup. CAUTION Do not press any keys or touch the touch pad until [Windows XP Professional Setup] is displayed. agreement], then select [Next]. NOTE If [I don't accept this agreement] is selected, the Windows setup will be aborted. 3 Select settings for your region, then select [Next]. 4 Enter your name and organization and then select [Next]. 5 Enter your computer name and administrator password and then select [Next]. CAUTION ...

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First-time Operation 9 Create a new account. Select [start] - [Control Panel] - [User Accounts] - [Create a new account]. Enter a name for the new account, then select [Next]. Select [Computer administrator], then select [Create Account]. Select the new account you have created and select [Create a password]. Follow the instructions on the screen to create a password. 5 Select [start] - [Turn Off Computer] - [Restart] to restart the computer. 1 2 3 4 CAUTION Getting Started Remember this password! If the password is forgotten, Windows cannot be operated. You can create a password reset ...

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Information for Windows XP Depending on the Windows settings, installed applications, and drivers, menus and other displays may differ, or some functions (such as use of the password reset disk) may be inoperable. Check with your system administrator for details. You can select Classic view for the Control Panel or select the Classic Start menu. You can also change the way a user logs on or off. The procedure in this manual uses the method or view of the Windows XP default setting (not Classic view or Classic Start menu etc.). Resetting the password Windows XP has a function to reset a ...

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Starting Up/Shutting Down Starting Up Latch 3 2 1 Open the display. 1 Pull the carrying handle forward. 2 Press the latch as illustrated. 3 Lift up the latch and open the display. 1 2 Turn your computer on. Slide the power switch and hold it for approximately one second until the power indicator turns on before releasing it. Power Indicator CAUTION Under the condition that both the AC adaptor and the port replicator are not connected, the power will not go on if the display is closed. While booting, avoid the following until the hard disk drive indicator ( ) has turned off. • ...

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3 Log on to Windows. After confirming that the hard disk drive indicator ( ) has turned off, select the user and input the password, then select . Until the correct password is entered, the computer will not operate. 4 Select your application. You are able to start working on your computer. NOTE The power saving function is factory set, so if there is no input from a key, the touch pad, the touchscreen (only for models with touchscreen) or an external mouse (when one is connected) for a certain interval of time, the power to the LCD and hard disk may be turned off. The LCD will resume ...

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Starting Up/Shutting Down Shutting Down (power off your computer) 1 Save important data and close each application. 2 Select [start] - [Turn Off Computer]. 3 Select [Turn Off]. Your computer will power off automatically. Restarting your computer (without shutting down) Select [Restart]. To shut down using the keyboard; Press , U , and select [Turn Off] with U . CAUTION Do not do the following during the shutdown/restart procedure. • Connecting or disconnecting the AC adaptor. • Touching the power switch. • Performing any keyboard, touch pad, touchscreen (only for models ...

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Touch Pad (Basic Operation) Work Surface Use the touch pad to move the cursor on the screen and perform computer operations. For instructions on how to operate, refer to "Touch Pad". Function Moving the Cursor Touch Pad Operation Move the tip of your finger lightly over the surface. Tapping/Clicking Right Button Left Button Double-Tapping/ Double-Clicking tapping or clicking or double-tapping double-clicking Dragging or Handling the Touch Pad By design the touch pad is to be used with a finger tip only. Do not place any object on the work surface or press down forcefully with sharp-...

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Reference Manual The Reference Manual and the Important Tips can be accessed on your computer. When a printer is connected, these manuals can also be printed. The Reference Manual explains functions for you to make greater use of the computer, such as how to add peripheral devices, how the Setup Utility works, and other useful information. (Refer to the cover of this manual for a list of the main contents included.) Important Tips provides information on how to maximize use of the battery pack, which is necessary for computing away from your home or office. It also offers helpful explanations...

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Specifications Main Specifications Model No. CPU L2 (Second) Cache Memory Memory Video Memory LCD Type Displayed Colors*3 CF-29ETKGZKM CF-29ETPGZKM ® ® Intel Pentium M Processor 1.3 GHz LV 1 MB*1 256 MB*1 (768 MB*1 Max.) 512 MB*1 (1 GB*1Max.) UMA (64 MB*1 Max.)*2 13.3 XGA type (TFT) with Touchscreen 65536/Approx. 16,000,000 colors (800 x 600 dots/1024 x 768 dots) CF-29E3KGZKM 256 MB*1 (768 MB*1 Max.) External Display Hard Disk Drive Keyboard Floppy Disk Drive Slot PC Card Slot Allowable ...


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Main Specifications Model No. Battery Pack Operating Time*9 Charging Time*9 Power On Power Off Clock Battery AC Adaptor*12 CF-29ETKGZKM CF-29ETPGZKM CF-29E3KGZKM Li-ion 11.1 V, 6.6 Ah Main battery: Approx. 5 hours - 8.5 hours*10 (Approx. 7.5 hours*11) Main battery + Second battery: Approx. 8 hours - 14 hours*10 (Approx. 11 hours*11) Main battery: Approx. 7 hours Main battery + Second battery: Approx. 11 hours Main battery: Approx. 4 hours Main battery + Second battery: Approx. 7 hours ...

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