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ThinkCentr e User Guide Machine T ypes: 3132, 3134, 3140, 3143, 3147, 3154, 3157, 3167, 3171, 3176, 5033, 5039, and 7339.
Note: Before using this information and the pr oduct it supports, be sur e to read and understand the “Important safety information” on page v and Appendix A “Notices” on page 111.
Contents Important safety information . . . . . . v Service and upgrades . . . . . . . . . . . . . v Static electricity prevention . . . . . . . . . . . v P ower cor ds and power adapters . . . . . . . . vi Extension cords and relat ed devices . . . .
Chapter 6. Recovery information . . . 63 Creating and using recovery media . . . . . . 63 Creating recovery media . . . . . . . . . 63 Using r ecovery media . . . . . . . . . . 64 P erforming backup and r ecovery operations . . . 64 P erforming a backup oper ation .
Electronic emissions notices . . . . . . . . . 113 F ederal Communications Commission Declaration of Conformity . . . . . . . . 113 Additional r egulatory information . . . . . . . 115 Appendix C. WEEE and recycling statements . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Important safety information CA UTION: Before using this manual, be sur e to read and understand all the r elated safety information for this product. Refer to the information in this section and the safety information in the ThinkCentre Safety and W arranty Guide that you received with this pr oduct.
or CRU , do not open the static-pr otective package containing the part until the instructions dir ect you to install it. When you handle options or CRUs, or perform any work inside the comput er , take the following pr ecautions to avoid static-electricity damage: • Limit your movement.
Plugs and outlets If a receptacle (power outlet) that you int end to use with your comput er equipment appears t o be damaged or corroded, do not use the outlet until it is r eplaced by a qualied electrician. Do not bend or modify the plug. If the plug is damaged, contact the manufacturer to obtain a r eplacement.
F or your safety and to maintain optimum computer performance, always follow these basic pr ecautions with your deskt op computer: • Keep the cover closed whenever the computer is plugged in. • Regularly inspect the outside of the comput er for dust accumulation.
Laser compliance statement CA UTION: When laser pr oducts (such as CD-ROMs, DVD drives, ber optic devices, or tr ansmitters) are installed, note the following: • Do not remove the covers. Removing the covers of the laser product could r esult in exposure to hazardous laser r adiation.
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Chapter 1. P roduct overview This chapter pr ovides information about the comput er features, specications, softwar e progr ams pr ovided by L enovo, and locations of connectors, components, parts on the system board, and int ernal drives. F eatur es This section provides information about the computer featur es.
• Desktop Management Interface (DMI) Desktop Management Int erface provides a common path for users to access information about all aspects of a computer , including processor type, installation date, attached printers and other peripherals, power sour ces, and maint enance history .
P ower supply Y our comput er comes with 240-watt automatic voltage-sensing power supply . Security features • Computrace Agent software embedded in rmwar e • Cover presence switch (also called.
Specications This section lists the physical specications for your comput er . Dimensions Width: 99 mm (3.9 inches) Height: 335 mm (13.19 inches) Depth: 382 mm (15.04 inches) Weight Maximum conguration as shipped: 6.86 kg (15.12 lb) (without package) Maximum conguration as shipped: 9.
Lenovo ThinkV antage T ools The Lenovo ThinkV antage ® T ools pr ogram guides you to a host of information sour ces and provides easy access to various tools to help you work more easily and securely . Note: The L enovo ThinkV antage T ools pr ogram is only available on comput ers with the Windows 7 oper ating system fr om Lenovo.
Note: The ThinkV antage Client Security Solution pr ogram is only available on computers with the Windows Vista oper ating system from L enovo. ThinkV antage P assword Manager The ThinkV antage P assword Manager pr ogram automatically captures and lls in authentication information for Windows applications and Web sites.
Antivirus softwar e Y our computer comes with antivirus software that you can use t o detect and eliminate viruses. Lenovo provides a full version of antivirus softwar e on your har d disk drive with a free 30-day subscription. After 30 days, you must r enew the license t o continue receiving the antivirus pr ogram updat es.
Locating connectors on the rear of your computer Figure 2 “Rear connect or locations” on page 8 shows the locations of the connectors on the rear of your computer . Some connectors on the r ear of your computer ar e color -coded to help you det ermine where to connect the cables on your computer .
Connector Description Ethernet connector Used to attach an Ethernet cable for a local ar ea network (LAN). Note: T o oper ate the computer within FCC Class B limits, use a C ategory 5 Ethernet cable. Microphone connect or Used t o attach a microphone to your computer when you want t o r ecord sound or if you use speech-recognition softwar e.
Locating components Figure 3 “Component locations” on page 10 shows the locations of the various components in your computer . T o open the comput er cover , see “Removing the computer cover” on page 32.
Locating parts on the system board Figure 4 “System board part locations” on page 11 shows the locations of the parts on the system boar d. Figure 4.
Locating internal drives Internal drives are devices that your comput er uses t o r ead and stor e data. Y ou can add drives to your computer to incr ease st orage capacity and enable your computer to r ead other types of media. Int ernal drives ar e installed in bays.
Machine type and model label The machine type and model label identies your comput er . When you contact L enovo for help, the machine type and model information helps support technicians to identify your computer and provide fast er service. The following is a sample of the machine type and model label.
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Chapter 2. Using your computer This chapter pr ovides information on using some of the comput er components. F requently ask ed questions The following ar e a few tips that will help you optimiz e the use of your comput er .
Note: Y ou can use the mouse or the Up and Down arr ow keys t o highlight menu selections. Y ou can close the Start menu or the conte xt menu by clicking the mouse or pressing Esc.
Adjusting audio Sound is an important part of the comput er experience. Y our computer has a digital audio controller built into the syst em boar d. Some models also have a high-performance audio adapt er installed in one of the PCI card slots.
Using CDs and DVDs Y our computer might have a DVD ROM drive or recor dable DVD drive installed. DVD drives use industry-standard, 12 cm (4.75-inch) CD media or DVD media.
1. With the computer on, pr ess the Eject/Load button. When the tr ay slides out automatically, carefully remove the disc. 2. Close the tr ay by pr essing the Eject/L oad button or by gently pushing the tr ay forward.
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Chapter 3. Y ou and your comput er This chapt er pr ovides information about accessibility, comfort, and r elocating your computer to other countries or regions. Accessibility and comfort Good ergonomic pr actice is important t o get the most fr om your personal comput er and t o avoid discomfort.
Adjust the monitor so the top of the screen is at, or slightly below, eye level. Place the monitor at a comfortable viewing distance, usually 51 to 61 cm (20 to 24 inches), and position it so you can view it without having to twist your body . Also, position other equipment you use regularly, such as the telephone or a mouse, within easy r each.
Register your comput er with L enovo T o regist er your comput er , go to http://www.lenovo.com/r egister. Then, follow the instructions on the screen to complete the registr ation. This can help authorities return your computer to you if it is lost or stolen.
Replacement power cords If you relocate your comput er t o a country or r egion that uses an electrical outlet style differ ent fr om the type you ar e currently using, you will have to pur chase either electrical plug adapters or new power cor ds. Y ou can or der power cords directly fr om Lenovo.
Chapter 4. Security This chapt er provides information about how to prot ect your computer from theft and unauthoriz ed use. Security featur es The following security featur es ar e available on your .
Locking the comput er cover Locking the comput er cover helps prevent unauthoriz ed people from gaining access to the inside of your computer . Y our computer comes with a padlock loop so that the computer cover cannot be removed when a padlock is installed.
Attaching an integr ated cable lock An int egrated cable lock, sometimes referr ed to as the Kensington lock, can be used to secure your computer t o a desk, table, or other non-permanent xture. The cable lock attaches to the integr ated cable lock slot at the r ear of your comput er and is oper ated with a key .
• Administrat or Passwor d: Setting an Administr ator P assword deters unauthoriz ed users from changing conguration settings. If you are r esponsible for maintaining the congur ation settings of several computers, you might want t o set an Administr ator P assword.
F or more information about how t o use your antivirus softwar e, refer to the help syst em of your antivirus software. Chapter 4 . Security 29.
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Chapter 5. Installing or r eplacing har dware This chapter provides instructions on how to install or r eplace hardwar e for your computer . Handling static-sensitive devices Do not open the static-prot ective package containing the new part until the defective part has been removed from the computer and you ar e ready t o install the new part.
Removing the computer cover Attention: Do not open your computer or att empt any repair before r eading and understanding the “Important safety information” on page v.
2. Remove the comput er cover . See “Removing the comput er cover” on page 32. 3. Remove the front bez el by r eleasing the three plastic tabs on the top of the front bez el and pivoting the fr ont be zel outward to remove it from the computer .
Accessing the syst em boar d components and drives Attention: Do not open your computer or att empt any repair before r eading and understanding the “Important safety information” on page v. This section pr ovides instructions on how t o access the system boar d components and drives.
5. T o lower the drive bay assembly, press the drive bay assembly clip 1 inwar d and pivot the drive bay assembly downwar d as shown. Figure 13. L owering the drive bay assembly Installing or replacin.
• If you ar e r eplacing an old memory module, open the retaining clips and gently pull the memory module out of the memory slot. Figure 14. Removing a memory module • If you are installing a memory module, open the retaining clips of the memory slot into which you want to install the memory module.
8. P osition the new memory module over the memory slot. Make sur e that the notch 1 on the memory module aligns correctly with the slot key 2 on the syst em boar d. Push the memory module str aight down int o the slot until the retaining clips close.
Figure 17. Removing a PCI card Notes: a. The card ts tightly int o the car d slot. If necessary, alt ernate moving each side of the car d a small amount until it is r emoved fr om the card slot. b. If the card is held in place by a retaining latch, pr ess the card r etaining latch 1 as shown to disengage the latch.
6. Install the new PCI card into the appr opriate PCI card slot on the system boar d. Then, install the screw to secur e the new PCI car d in place. Figure 18. Installing a PCI card 7. If necessary, connect any cables between the PCI card and the system boar d.
3. Locat e the battery . See “Locating parts on the syst em board” on page 11. 4. Remove the old batt ery . Figure 19. Removing the old battery 5. Install a new batt ery . Figure 20. Installing a new battery 6. Reinstall the comput er cover and connect the cables.
4. Note the location of the four scr ews 1 that secur e the hard disk drive. Then, pivot the drive bay assembly upward. Figure 21. Pivoting the drive bay assembly 5. Hold the hard disk drive and remove the four screws that secur e the har d disk drive.
7. Connect one end of the signal cable t o the r ear of the new hard disk drive and the other end to an available SA T A connector on the system board. See “L ocating parts on the syst em board” on page 11. Then, locate an available ve-wire power connector and connect it to the r ear of the new har d disk drive.
Note: The optical drive is only available in some models. T o r eplace the optical drive, do the following: 1. T urn off the comput er and disconnect all power cor ds fr om electrical outlets. 2. Remove the comput er cover . See “Removing the comput er cover” on page 32.
7. Pr ess the drive bay assembly clip 1 inward and pivot the drive bay assembly downward as shown. Figure 26. L owering the drive bay assembly 8. Slide the optical drive out of the front of the computer .
9. Slide the new optical drive int o the optical drive bay fr om the fr ont of the computer . Figure 28. Installing a new optical drive 10. Hold the new optical drive and pivot the drive bay assembly upward. Align the scr ew holes in the new optical drive with the corr esponding holes in the drive bay .
11. Connect one end of the signal cable t o the rear of the new optical drive and the other end t o an available SA T A connector on the system board. See “Locating parts on the syst em boar d” on page 11. Then, locate an available ve-wire power connect or and connect it t o the r ear of the new optical drive.
3. Pivot the drive bay assembly upwar d. Then, pivot the two plastic r etaining clips outwar d t o remove the heat sink fan duct fr om the failing heat sink and fan assembly . Figure 31. Removing the heat sink fan duct 4. Disconnect the heat sink and fan assembly cable from the micropr ocessor fan connector on the syst em board.
5. F ollow this sequence t o r emove the four screws that secure the heat sink and fan assembly to the system boar d: a. P artially remove screw 1 , then fully r emove screw 2 , and then fully remove screw 1 . b. Partially r emove screw 3 , then fully remove screw 4 , and then fully remove screw 3 .
10. Lower and position the heat sink fan duct on the t op of the heat sink and fan assembly until it snaps into position. Figure 33. Installing the heat sink fan duct What to do ne xt: • T o work with another piece of hardwar e, go t o the appropriate section.
CA UTION: Never remove the cover on a power supply or any part that has the following label attached. Hazardous voltage, current, and energy levels ar e present inside any component that has this label attached. There ar e no serviceable parts inside these components.
6. At the r ear of the comput er , remove the three scr ews that secur e the power supply assembly . P ress the power supply clip 1 downward to r elease the power supply assembly and then slide the power supply assembly to the fr ont of the computer .
8. Install the new power supply assembly into the chassis so that the screw holes in the new power supply assembly are aligned with the corresponding holes in the r ear of the chassis. Then, install the three screws to secur e the new power supply assembly in place.
10. Lower and position the heat sink fan duct on the top of the heat sink and fan assembly until the two screw holes in the heat sink fan duct are aligned with those in the heat sink and fan assembly . Install the two screws to secur e the heat sink fan duct.
Note: Do not let the thermal grease on the bottom of the heat sink and fan assembly get in contact with anything. 5. Lift the small handle 1 and open the r etainer 2 t o access the micropr ocessor 3 . Figure 38. Accessing the microprocessor 6. Lift the micropr ocessor str aight up and out of the micropr ocessor socket.
b. Note the orientation of the micr oprocessor in the socket. Y ou can either look for the small triangle 1 on one corner of the micr oprocessor or note the orientation of the notches 2 on the micropr ocessor . This is important when installing the new micr oprocessor on the system boar d.
What to do ne xt: • T o work with another piece of hardwar e, go t o the appropriate section. • T o complet e the replacement, go to “Completing the parts r eplacement” on page 60.
11. Lower the drive bay assembly . See “ Accessing the syst em board components and drives” on page 34. 12. Reinstall the fr ont bez el. See “Removing and r einstalling the fr ont bezel” on page 32. What to do ne xt: • T o work with another piece of hardwar e, go t o the appropriate section.
Figure 42. Removing the syst em fan assembly 9. Install the new system fan assembly by aligning the new rubber mounts that came with the new syst em fan assembly with the corr esponding holes in the chassis, and then push the rubber mounts thr ough the holes.
10. Connect the new system fan assembly cable to the syst em fan connector on the syst em boar d. See “Locating parts on the system board” on page 11. 11. Reinstall the heat sink fan duct. See “Replacing the heat sink and fan assembly” on page 46.
1. Remove all media from the drives. Then, turn off all attached devices and the comput er . 2. Disconnect all power cords from electrical outlets. 3. Disconnect the old mouse cable fr om the computer . 4. Connect a new mouse to the appr opriate connect or on the computer .
5. P osition the computer cover on the chassis so that the r ail guides on the computer cover engage the rails on the chassis. Then, slide the computer cover t o the fr ont of the computer until it snaps into position and is closed. Then, install the two scr ews to secur e the computer cover .
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Chapter 6. Recovery information This chapter pr ovides information about the r ecovery solutions provided by Lenovo. This chapt er contains the following t opics: • Creating and using r ecovery medi.
Note: On the Windows 7 oper ating system, you can creat e r ecovery media using discs or e xternal USB stor age devices. On the Windows Vista oper ating system, you can cr eate r ecovery media using only discs, so this operation is also called “ creating P roduct Recovery discs.
• T o perform a backup oper ation using the Rescue and Recovery pr ogram on the Windows 7 oper ating system, do the following: 1. F r om the Windows desktop, click Start ➙ All P rograms ➙ Lenovo ThinkV antage T ools ➙ Enhanced Backup and Restor e .
• Restor e your har d disk drive from a Rescue and Recovery backup: If you have back ed up your hard disk drive using the Rescue and Recovery pr ogram, you can r estore the hard disk drive from a Rescue and Recovery backup, even if you cannot start the Windows operating syst em.
3. Click the Create Rescue Media icon. The Creat e Rescue and Recovery Media window opens. 4. In the Rescue Media ar ea, select the type of the rescue medium you want t o cr eate. Y ou can creat e a r escue medium using a disc, a USB har d disk drive, or a secondary int ernal hard disk drive.
Reinstalling preinstalled device drivers This section provides instructions on how to reinstall pr einstalled device drivers. Attention: When you reinstall device drivers, you are changing the curr ent congur ation of your comput er . Reinstall device drivers only when it is necessary t o correct a problem with your comput er .
Reinstalling device drivers T o reinstall a device driver for an option you installed, refer to the documentation that comes with the option. When you reinstall device drivers, you ar e changing the current conguration of your computer . Reinstall device drivers only when it is necessary to corr ect a problem with your computer .
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Chapter 7. Using the Setup Utility pr ogram The Setup Utility pr ogram is used t o view and change the congur ation settings of your computer , r egardless of which oper ating system you ar e using. However , the operating system settings might override any similar settings in the Setup Utility progr am.
P assword considerations A passwor d can be any combination of up t o 64 alphabetic and numeric char acters. F or security r easons, it is r ecommended to use a strong password that cannot be easily compr omised.
Note: A passwor d can be any combination of up t o 64 alphabetic and numeric char acters. F or mor e information, see “P assword consider ations” on page 72. Erasing lost or forgott en passwords (clearing CMOS) This section pr ovides instructions on how to er ase lost or for gotten passwor ds, such as a user password.
Selecting a startup device If your computer does not start up fr om a device such as the disc or hard disk drive as e xpected, do one of the following to select the startup device you want. Selecting a tempor ary startup device Use this pr ocedure to select a t emporary startup device.
1. Start the Setup Utility pr ogram. 2. F r om the Setup Utility progr am main menu, select P ower ➙ Automatic P ower On , and pr ess Enter . 3. Select W ake Up on Alarm and pr ess Enter . Then follow the instructions on the scr een. 4. Pr ess F10 to save changes and e xit the Setup Utility pr ogram.
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Chapter 8. Updating syst em progr ams This chapter pr ovides information about updating the POST and BIOS, and how to r ecover fr om a POST and BIOS update failure. Using system programs System pr ograms ar e the basic layer of softwar e built int o your comput er .
Updating (ashing) the BIOS from your oper ating system Note: Because L enovo makes constant improvements to its W eb sites, the W eb page contents are subject to change without notice, including the contents r eferenced in the following pr ocedure.
14. T urn on the comput er to r estart the operating system. Chapter 8 . Updating system progr ams 79.
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Chapter 9. P reventing pr oblems This chapter provides information that can help you avoid common pr oblems and keep your computer running smoothly . K eeping your computer current In some situations you may nd it necessary to have the most curr ent softwar e progr ams, device drivers, or operating system.
can contain applications, device drivers, BIOS ashes, or softwar e updates. When the System Updat e progr am connects to the L enovo Support Web site, the Syst em Update pr ogram aut omatically rec.
• Do not get the power switches or other controls wet. Moisture can damage these parts and cause an electrical hazard. • Always disconnect a power cord by gr asping the plug, but not the cord. Cleaning your computer It is a good pr actice to clean your computer periodically to pr otect the surfaces and ensur e tr ouble-free operation.
Cleaning a at-panel monitor surface If you have a at-panel comput er display that has a exible lm surface, do the following t o clean the special surface. Wipe it gently with a soft, dry cloth, or blow on the scr een to remove grit and other loose particles.
3. T urn off the comput er and all attached devices. Y our hard disk drive automatically parks the r ead/write head in a nondata area. This pr events damage to the hard disk drive.
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Chapter 10. T r oubleshooting and diagnostics This chapter describes some basic troubleshooting and diagnostic pr ograms. If your comput er pr oblem is not described her e, see Chapt er 11 “Getting information, help, and service” on page 107 for additional troubleshooting r esources.
Symptom Action The operating syst em does not start. V erify that: • The startup sequence includes the device where the operating system r esides. Usually, the operating system is on the har d disk drive. F or more information, see “Selecting a startup device” on page 74 .
1. Remove the new hardwar e option or softwar e. If you must remove the computer cover to r emove a hardwar e option, make sur e you r eview and follow the electrical safety information pr ovided with your computer . F or your safety, do not oper ate the computer with the cover removed.
Note: When e xternal-speaker or headphone cables ar e attached t o the audio connector , the internal speaker , if present, is disabled. In most cases, if an audio adapter is installed in one of the e xpansion slots, the audio function built int o the system board is disabled; use the audio jacks on the adapter .
An audio disc or Aut oPlay-enabled disc does not automatically play when it is inserted int o a CD drive Symptom: An audio disc or AutoPlay-enabled disc does not automatically play when it is inserted into a CD drive.
Actions: • Restart the DVD player progr am. • Close any open les, turn off the computer , and then restart the computer . • T ry a lower scr een r esolution or color depth. If these actions do not corr ect the problem, run the diagnostic progr ams (see “Diagnostic pr ograms” on page 104 for instructions).
• Ensure that a DVD disc is in the drive with the shiny side of the disc facing down. • Ensure that video resolution is set t o less than 1152 x 864. • On comput ers that have a CD-ROM or CD-RW drive in addition to a DVD-ROM drive, make sure that the DVD disc is in the drive labeled “DVD”.
1. Click Start ➙ Control P anel . 2. Click Hardwar e and Sound . 3. Click Devices and Printers . 4. Double-click USB Enhanced P erformance Keyboar d . The USB Enhanced P erformance Keyboar d Customization pr ogram starts. If these actions do not corr ect the problem, have the computer and keyboar d serviced.
• The wireless Keyboar d is located less than ten met ers away from the tr ansceiver . • The tr ansceiver is fully installed. Action: If the T r ansceiver Communications LED is not on, reconnect the transceiver and the keyboar d.
If these actions do not corr ect the problem, run the diagnostic progr ams (see “Diagnostic pr ograms” on page 104 for instructions). If you need t echnical assistance, see Chapter 11 “Getting information, help, and service” on page 107. The image appears to be ick ering Symptom: The image appears to be ickering.
• “Bluetooth pr oblems” on page 98 F or more information, see “Help and Support” on page 107. Ethernet problems F or Ethernet pr oblems, select your symptom fr om the following list: • “.
Actions: • Make sure that WOL is enabled in the BIOS Setup Utility pr ogram. • If it is, check with your LAN administr ator for the necessary settings.
• “PIM items sent fr om the Windows 7 or the Windows Vista operating system cannot be received correctly” on page 99 Sound does not come from the Bluetooth headphone Symptom: Sound does not come.
An option that previously worked does not work now Symptom: An option that pr eviously worked does not work now . Actions: • V erify that all option har dware and cable connections are secur e. • If the option comes with its own t est instructions, use those instructions t o test the option.
– 1. Click Start ➙ Control P anel . 2. Click Pr ograms . 3. Click T urn Windows features on or off . 4. A list of optional Windows components is displayed. F ollow the instructions on the screen. – 1. Click Start ➙ Computer . 2. Right-click your C drive entry and then click P roperties .
Action: Run the Windows Disk Defragment er pr ogram. Note: Depending on the siz e of the har d disk drive and amount of data currently stor ed on the har d disk drive, the disk defr agmentation process might take up t o several hours to complet e. • On the Windows Vista operating system, do the following: 1.
If the problem persists, run the t ests described in the documentation that comes with your printer . If you cannot correct the problem, have the computer serviced.
– Y our comput er has the minimum memory r equirements needed to use the software. See the information supplied with the software to verify memory r equirements. (If you just installed an adapt er or memory, you might have a memory-address conict.
1. Y ou can also download the PC-Doctor for DOS diagnostic pr ogram fr om http://www.lenovo.com/support. See “PC-Doctor for DOS” on page 105 for detailed information. 2. If you ar e unable to isolat e and repair the problem yourself after running the pr ograms, save and print the log les cr eated by the pr ograms.
Note: Y ou can insert the disc into the optical drive when you ar e setting the startup device sequence. However , if you insert the disc int o the optical drive when you have alr eady enter ed the oper ating system, you need t o r estart the computer t o access the diagnostic progr am.
Chapter 11. Getting information, help, and ser vice This chapter contains information about help, service, and technical assistance for pr oducts manufactured by Lenovo. Information resources Y ou can use the information in this section t o access useful r esources r elating to your computing needs.
• Access tr oubleshooting and support information for your comput er model and other supported pr oducts. • Find the service and support phone numbers for your country or region. • Find a Service P rovider locat ed near you. Lenovo Support W eb site T echnical support information is available at: http://www.
• Engineering Change management - There might be changes that are r equired after a product has been sold. L enovo or your reseller will make selected Engineering Changes (ECs) that apply to your hardwar e available.
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Appendix A. Notices Lenovo may not offer the products, services, or featur es discussed in this document in all countries. Consult your local Lenovo r epresentative for information on the products and services currently available in your area.
T rademarks The following t erms are trademarks of L enovo in the Unit ed States, other countries, or both: Lenovo The Lenovo logo Rescue and Recovery ThinkCentre ThinkV antage Microsoft, Windows, and Windows Vista are tr ademarks of the Microsoft group of companies.
Appendix B. Regulatory information Export classication notice This product is subject to the United Stat es Export Administr ation Regulations (EAR) and has an Export Classication Control Number (ECCN) of 4A994.b. It can be r e-exported e xcept to any of the embar goed countries in the EAR E1 country list.
Industry Canada Class B emission compliance stat ement This Class B digital appar atus complies with C anadian ICES-003. Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
Informationen in Hinsicht EMVG P ar agraf 4 Abs. (1) 4: Das Gerät erfüllt die Schutzanforderungen nach EN 55024 und EN 55022 Klasse B. Kor ea Class B compliance statement Japanese VCCI Class B state.
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Appendix C. WEEE and r ecycling stat ements Important information for the Eur opean Directive 2002/96/EC EU Only The W aste Electrical and Electr onic Equipment (WEEE) mark applies only to countries within the Eur opean Union (EU) and Norway .
Collecting and r ecycling a disused L enovo comput er or monit or If you ar e a company employee and need t o dispose of a L enovo computer or monitor that is the pr operty of the company, you must do so in accor dance with the Law for P romotion of Effective Utilization of Resources.
Inde x A a rescue medium, cr eating and using 66 accessing system board components and drives 34 Administrat or, password 72 antivirus software 7 audio line-in connector 8 audio line-out connector 8 a.
PCI card 37 internal drives 1 K keyboard replacing 59 keyboard connector 9 L Lenovo ThinkV antage T oolbox 105 Lenovo ThinkV antage T ools 107 Lenovo Welcome 5, 107 locating components 10 M media, cre.
recovering 63 solving r ecovery problems 69 starting the Setup Utility pr ogram 71 startup device 74 sequence, changing 74 tempor ary, selecting 74 static-sensitive devices, handling 31 system managem.
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Part Number: 0B02835 Printed in USA (1P) P/N: 0B02835 *0B02835*.
Un point important après l'achat de l'appareil (ou même avant l'achat) est de lire le manuel d'utilisation. Nous devons le faire pour quelques raisons simples:
Si vous n'avez pas encore acheté Lenovo 3171 c'est un bon moment pour vous familiariser avec les données de base sur le produit. Consulter d'abord les pages initiales du manuel d'utilisation, que vous trouverez ci-dessus. Vous devriez y trouver les données techniques les plus importants du Lenovo 3171 - de cette manière, vous pouvez vérifier si l'équipement répond à vos besoins. Explorant les pages suivantes du manuel d'utilisation Lenovo 3171, vous apprendrez toutes les caractéristiques du produit et des informations sur son fonctionnement. Les informations sur le Lenovo 3171 va certainement vous aider à prendre une décision concernant l'achat.
Dans une situation où vous avez déjà le Lenovo 3171, mais vous avez pas encore lu le manuel d'utilisation, vous devez le faire pour les raisons décrites ci-dessus,. Vous saurez alors si vous avez correctement utilisé les fonctions disponibles, et si vous avez commis des erreurs qui peuvent réduire la durée de vie du Lenovo 3171.
Cependant, l'un des rôles les plus importants pour l'utilisateur joués par les manuels d'utilisateur est d'aider à résoudre les problèmes concernant le Lenovo 3171. Presque toujours, vous y trouverez Troubleshooting, soit les pannes et les défaillances les plus fréquentes de l'apparei Lenovo 3171 ainsi que les instructions sur la façon de les résoudre. Même si vous ne parvenez pas à résoudre le problème, le manuel d‘utilisation va vous montrer le chemin d'une nouvelle procédure – le contact avec le centre de service à la clientèle ou le service le plus proche.