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Pretty standard stuff, there are no extra volume or other media control buttons like on some other consumer notebooks out there. Using Windows Xp United States Of America Installing And Configuring Fax Below the touchpad are the indicator lights for, caps lock, scroll lock, Number lock, and hard drive. Starting Windows Media Center

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Using A Memory Card Laser Safety Statement The underside of the machine gets warm, but not to the point where I felt any discomfort. Restarting rebooting Your Notebook Using An Extended Desktop Scheduling Maintenance Tasks Replacing The Battery Carv palm rest barely gets warm, and when the fan does run it is quiet and hardly noticeable.

Using The Gateway Web Site Installing Your Old Programs Table of contents Table Of Contents Safety, Regulatory, And Legal Information Recharging The Battery ies Using Voice Recognition Programming The Buttons The flex seems to be worse towards the edges of the keyboard. Setting Up Your Wireless Network Using Windows Security Center Drivers And Applications Recovery Help And Support Overall though, I would say that this notebook exceeded my expectations in build and overall attractiveness.

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Adding Or Replacing Memory Modules Kensington Lock Slot The main difference I see is the smaller 1 mb L2 cache. If you readr a mouse and are right handed, this may be an issue for you. Bluetooth and Infrared are not included. The MT can also be upgraded with a faster gatweay drive and maybe another gig of RAM if desired down the road, but I feel that it has exceeded my expectations and is quite quick as delivered.

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