Philips FM08FD02B manual


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    EN Blue edition Click here 2 FR Blue edition Cliquez ici X DE Blue edition Hier klicken X ES Blue edition Haga clic aquí X NL Blue edition Klik hier X IT Blue edition Fare clic qui X PR Blue edition Clique aqui X RU Blue edition Щелкните здесь X FMXXFD02B/00 Register your pr oduct and get support at www elcome USB Flash[...]

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    1 Impor tant 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 pr ovide reasonable pr otection against harmful interfer ence in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and,[...]

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    Note Data is safe in the follo wing environments: In X-ra y security systems at airports and in magnetic fields with strengths not ex eeding 3,500 Oe . F or customers in the U.S.A. Changes or modifications made to this equipment not expressl y appr oved by compan y may v oid the FCC authorization to operate this equipment. Operation is subject to t[...]

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    • The Company cannot accept an y liability for : problems with y our computer or other hardwar e arising from the use of this pr oduct; the suitability of this product f or specific hardware, software, or peripherals; operating conflicts with other installed software; data loss; or other accidental or una voidable damage. • The Company cannot a[...]

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    2 Y our USB flash dr iv e Congratulations on your pur chase and welcome to Philips! T o fully benefit fr om the suppor t that Philips offers, r egister your product at www 3 Install Microsoft ® Window s Vista, XP , 2000, ME, MA C OS 9.0 or higher : • The device driv er is installed automatically when the drive is connected [...]

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    Click Search f or the best driver for y our device . Then click the Next button. Click Specify a location . Then click the Bro wse button. When the dialog bo x appears, specify the folder where the installation program is stor ed. Click the OK button to close the dialog bo x . Then click the Next button. Click the Next button. Click the Finish butt[...]

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    Insert the USB flash drive’ s USB connector into one of the computer’ s USB por ts (fig. 2). > The USB flash drive’ s LED lights up.The light intensity of the LED will gradually incr ease and then diminish again.This will continue for as long as the driv e is connected to the computer . 5 Enjo y Operating the USB flash drive • Once the U[...]

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    T o be able to use Windows ReadyBoost your computer must ha ve: – Windows Vista ™ installed; – a USB 2.0 port; – access to a flash memory device with at least 1GB a vailable storage . Using Windows ReadyBoost • Insert the flash drive USB connector into one of the computer’ s USB ports (fig. 2). > Windows Vista now checks to see if th[...]

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    Mac OS 9.0 and higher Drag the drive icon to the T rash . After confirming that the the USB flash drive is in standb y mode , remo ve the the USB flash drive fr om the computer’ s USB por t . 6 T echnical specifications Interface • High-Speed USB 2.0 (backwards compatible with USB 1.1) T ransfer rate • Read: max. 15MB per second / Write: max.[...]

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    © 2007 K oninklijk e Philips Electronics N.V . All rights reserved. Repr oduction in whole or in par t is prohibited without the prior written consent of the cop yright owner . The information pr esented in this document does not form par t of an y quotation or contract,is believ ed to be accurate and reliable and ma y be changed without notice. N[...]