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Accessories

Preparations
Inserting batteries into the mouse 1 Set the power/mode switch located on the bottom of
the mouse to OFF.

Using the Presentation Function (Presentation Mode)
Set the power/mode switch located on the bottom of the mouse to P to turn off the red light and enter presentation mode. In presentation mode, you can move the pointer from a distance and button functions are set to make presenting easier.
1

Wireless receiver (VGP-WRC3) (1) Manganese IEC R6 (size AA) batteries (for testing purposes) (2)*3 Software CD-ROM (1) Operating Instructions (this document) (1)

Wireless Presentation Mouse VGP-WMS50
Operating Instructions Mode d’emploi
2-634-362-21(1)
© 2005 Sony Corporation Printed in Japan

2 3

Open the battery compartment cover. Insert the two supplied IEC R6 (size AA) batteries with the correct + – orientation.

Warranty Card (1) * This unit does not support communication with wireless LAN and Bluetooth®.

*2 The value may vary depending on the setting and operating conditions. *3 The supplied batteries are for testing purposes only. You can use the mouse longer by using alkaline batteries.
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.

Troubleshooting
Note

z When using presentation mode
The following icon is displayed in the notification area:

English

To prevent battery fluid leaks and damage, observe the following precautions. • Insert the batteries with the correct + – orientation. • • • • Do not charge dry cell batteries. Do not mix old and new batteries, or batteries of a different type. If the mouse has not been used for a long time, remove the batteries. If a battery fluid leak occurs, carefully wipe the battery compartment, and insert new batteries.

If you experience any of the following difficulties while using the mouse, use this troubleshooting guide to solve the problem. If a problem persists, consult your nearest Sony dealer. Nothing happens when I press a mouse button. ❒ The receiver is not connected properly to the USB port. ❒ The operating system is not compatible.
c Use a supported operating system. c Close all programs, and then reconnect the receiver to your computer.

Basic operations in presentation mode

WARNING
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain or moisture.
Hereby, Sony, declares that this product is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC. To obtain the declaration of conformity(DoC) for R&TTE Directive, please access the following URL address. http://www.compliance.sony.de/ This product complies with European standards EN55022 Class B and EN55024 for use in the following areas: residential, commercial and light industrial. It also complies with the EN 60825-1, being classified as a CLASS 1 LED product. Repair and maintenance only by authorized Sony technicians. Improper use and repairs can create a safety hazard. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits set out in the EMC Directive by using a connection cables not longer than 3 meters. Do not open the wireless devices, as opening them, for whatever reason, could lead to damages that are not covered by the guarantee. Avoid looking directly at the red light emitted from the bottom of the mouse. Doing so could harm your eyes.

Button functions will change to the following in presentation mode: Scroll Pointer When you move the Scroll Pointer, the pointer displayed on your screen moves in the same direction. Right button • Clicking: When using PowerPoint2003 or later, begins slide show from selected sheet. • Holding the button for more than 1 second: Opens the menu box and lets you select specific functions. For details, see “Opening the menu box.” First button/Second button Left button Displays the previous/next slide. Same function as in mouse mode.

❒ The USB port is not available.
c Check the “System Properties” of your computer.

• To prevent accidental operation, be careful not to press any buttons or move the Scroll Pointer when replacing the batteries.

❒ The mouse batteries are drained.

4

Close the battery compartment cover.

c If the power does not come on when the power/mode switch is set to either MOUSE (mouse mode) or P (presentation mode), replace the batteries. For details, see “Preparations”. c Perform steps 1 and 2 of “Enabling communication between the mouse and receiver” to ensure that proper communication is possible. c In some operating environments, the usable distance may be notably shorter, preventing normal operation. In such a case, use the mouse farther away from other electronic devices such as other computers and displays. c If the mouse is too far from the receiver, communication is not possible. Bring the mouse and receiver closer together.

z
Under normal operating conditions, a set of alkaline batteries lasts about three months. If the cursor movement becomes sluggish and the communication distance between the mouse and receiver decreases, check the low battery lamp on the mouse. Replace the batteries if the low battery lamp is flashing red. When not using the mouse, set the power/mode switch to OFF. This will make the batteries last longer.

❒ The mouse and receiver are not communicating.

z
• You can configure the right button, left button, First button, and Second button functions. For details, see “Adjusting Mouse Properties.” • For details on how to use during presentations, see “Giving presentations (steps and hints).”

❒ The mouse is being used on an unsuitable surface.

Connecting the receiver to the computer
Insert the receiver into the computer’s USB port.

Opening the menu box 1 Press and hold the right button for more than 1 second.
The menu box opens.

c When used on a mirror, glass, or other shiny surface, or on a transparent or strongly patterned surface, the sensor on the bottom of the mouse may not be able to correctly detect the mouse movements. On such surfaces, use a mouse pad.

Installing drivers and utilities
Notes
• Depending on the computer or the software installed, some functions may not be available. • Make sure your CD-ROM drive is ready to use. For details on how to connect and use your CD-ROM drive, refer to the operating instructions supplied with the drive. • Optical disc drives such as CD drives will be referred to as a CD-ROM drive in this manual.

❒ The mouse may have difficulty communicating in a 2.4 GHz wireless LAN environment.
c It is best to use the mouse in a location with low interference from wireless devices. c Check whether batteries are inserted in the mouse. For details, see “Preparations”. c If the power/mode switch on the mouse is set to OFF, communication with the receiver is not possible. Check the power/mode switch setting on the bottom of the mouse. c If the power does not come on when the power/mode switch is set to either mouse mode or presentation mode, the batteries may be drained. Under normal operating conditions, a set of alkaline batteries lasts about three months. Replace the batteries. For details, see “Preparations”. c Communication between the mouse and receiver may not have been properly established. If the CONNECT button on the mouse is not pressed within 30 seconds of pressing the Connect button on the receiver, the receiver cancels communication. In such a case perform the procedure again to enable communication. For details, see “Enabling communication between the mouse and receiver”. c If the mouse and receiver are too far apart, communication is not possible.is about 32 ft. (10 m). If used on a metal table or if the mouse and receiver The maximum communication distance between obstacles lie between the mouse and receiver, the usable distance may be less.

2

Use the Scroll Pointer to move the pointer to an icon, and click the right button.
The menu box closes and the selected function takes effect.

Pressing the Connect button does not establish a connection.

Closing the menu box
When the menu box is open, you cannot move the pointer outside of the menu box’s frame. To close the menu box, select an icon or click the left button.

Disposal of AA batteries
• All wireless devices are powered by AA batteries. • For installing the batteries, please refer to the instruction manual. • Do not handle damaged or leaking batteries. Dispose of promptly and properly. • Batteries may explode or leak if recharged, disposed of in fire, mixed with other types of battery or improperly installed. • Batteries used in these devices may present a fire or chemical burn hazard if mistreated. Do not disassemble, heat above 60°C (140°F) or incinerate. • Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer. • Keep away from children. • Dispose of properly at end-of-life. • In some areas, the disposal of batteries in household or business waste may be prohibited. Please use the public collection system.

Giving presentations (steps and hints)
The following are steps and hints on giving presentations using PowerPoint software.

1

Turn your computer on. Once Windows has finished starting up, insert the supplied installation disc into the CD-ROM drive.
Installation should start automatically. If it does not, click “setup.exe” on the CD-ROM.

1 2

Open the presentation file. Start the slideshow.
• For PowerPoint2003 or later: Click the right button. • For any other software: Press and hold the right button for more than 1 second to open the menu box, move the pointer to the icon in the center ( ), and click the right button.

2

Complete the installation according to the instructions shown on the display.
When the installation is complete, the following icon will be displayed in the Windows notification area.

z Having the mouse pointer displayed during the slideshow z If the icon does not appear
Restart your computer and make sure the icon is displayed. Under the default settings, the pointer is hidden when the mouse is not moved for more than 3 seconds. While giving a PowerPoint slideshow presentation, change the settings to have the pointer displayed.

The scrolling features do not work. ❒ The operating system is not compatible.
c Use a supported operating system.

Disposal of Old Electrical & Electronic Equipment (Applicable in the European Union and other European countries with separate collection systems)
This symbol on the product or on its packaging indicates that this product shall not be treated as household waste. Instead it shall be handed over to the applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health, which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling of this product. The recycling of materials will help to conserve natural resources. For more detailed information about recycling of this product, please contact your local Civic Office, your household waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product. • VAIO and are trademarks of Sony Corporation. • Microsoft, Windows and PowerPoint® are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. • All other names of systems, products, and services are trademarks of their respective owners. In this manual, the ™ or ® marks are not specified. In this manual, Microsoft® Windows® XP Home Edition, Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional and Microsoft® Windows® XP Media Center Edition are referred to as Windows XP.

Enabling communication between the mouse and receiver 1 Turn the mouse on.
of the following positions. When using as a wireless mouse (mouse mode) : MOUSE When using in presentations (presentation mode) : P Note

Moving back and forward during the slideshow
Click First button or Second button.

❒ The program you are using is not compatible with the scrolling features. ❒ After the receiver was installed, the computer was returned to normal mode from power-saving mode.
c The scrolling features only work with programs that use a scroll function. c Some programs do not support the scrolling features.

Moving the pointer
Move the Scroll Pointer.

Set the power/mode switch located on the bottom of the mouse to one

3

End the slideshow.
Press and hold the right button for more than 1 second to open the menu box, move the pointer to ( ), and click the right button.

c Disconnect the receiver from the USB port, wait a few seconds, and then reconnect it.

The pointer does not move when I move the mouse.
c Processing performed by Windows or other software may temporarily disable the mouse. Wait a few moments for the processing to finish before using the mouse. c You may find some useful solutions in your computer’s operating instructions. Refer to the manuals provided with your computer.

Whenever you operate the power/mode switch, be careful not to stare directly into the red light emitted from the base of the mouse.

Adjusting Mouse Properties
1 2
Double-click the mouse icon ( notification area. Click the tab for the mouse property you want to change, and adjust the specific category. or ) in the

z When using the mouse for the first time
We recommend that you set the power/mode switch to MOUSE.

❒ The mouse batteries are exhausted.
c either power does not come on when the power/modebatteries. For to If the mouse mode or presentation mode, replace the switch is set details, see “Preparations”.

2

Press the Connect button on the receiver.
Note
If you find it difficult to press the Connect button, use a ballpoint pen or similar pointed objects to gently press the button.

❒ The mouse is not set to mouse mode.

c Set the power/mode switch on the bottom of the mouse to MOUSE (mouse mode). c Perform steps 1 and 2 of “Enabling communication between the mouse and receiver” to ensure that proper communication is possible. c To reduce interference from other radio waves, keep the mouse away from other wireless devices. c If the mouse is too farreceiver closer together. Bring the mouse and from the receiver, communication is not possible.

The receiver LED lights up green, and the mouse can be recognized for a period of about 30 seconds.

Note
Select the “Scroll & Pointer” tab to adjust the Scroll Pointer settings.

❒ The mouse and receiver are not communicating.

3

Press the CONNECT button on the mouse.
Note
If you find it difficult to press the CONNECT button, use a ballpoint pen or similar pointed objects to gently press the button.

Precautions
Safety
• Avoid looking directly at the red light emitted from the bottom of the mouse. Doing so could harm your eyes. • If any solid object or liquid falls onto the mouse, disconnect it and have it checked by qualified personnel before continuing its use. Do not place the mouse in a location where it is: • On an unstable surface • In very humid areas or where there is no ventilation • Subject to excessive dust • Subject to direct sunlight or extreme heat • Extremely cold If the mouse is brought directly from a cold to a warm location or is placed in a very damp room, moisture may condense on the inside of the mouse. If this occurs, the mouse may not work properly. In this case, wait about 30 minutes for the moisture to evaporate. If the mouse does not work properly after one hour, consult your nearest Sony dealer.

Communication is established between the mouse and receiver.

❒ The mouse is being used on an unsuitable surface.
c When used on a mirror, glass, or other shiny surface, or on a transparent or strongly patterned surface, the sensor on the bottom of the mouse may not be able to correctly detect the mouse movements. On such surfaces, use a mouse pad.

4

Before Use
The Wireless Presentation Mouse is a USB mouse specifically designed for Sony VAIO® computers* and IBM PC/AT compatible computers with USB ports and pre-installed with Windows XP. * This includes Windows XP Ready PCs upgraded with the Windows XP Upgrade Program distributed by Sony Corporation. This product features a presentation mode, enabling use not only as a wireless mouse but also as a presentation remote, allowing for pointer movement and slideshow direction from a distance. Mouse mode: Use as a wireless mouse. Presentation mode: Use as a pointing device, ideal for presentations.
• Inserting the wireless receiver into the computer’s USB port may disable neighboring USB ports. • Operation is not guaranteed for every computer that meets the above conditions. • Operation is not guaranteed for home-built computers, white box PCs, and computers with OS upgrades and multi-boot systems.

Wait until the receiver LED turns off before moving the mouse (or moving the Scroll Pointer in presentation mode).
If the pointer on the computer screen moves, you can use the mouse.

Pressing First button or Second button does not switch the screen. ❒ The program you are using is not compatible with First button and Second button.
c First button and Second button only work with compatible programs. c The mouse settings may have been changed.on displaying the “Mouse “Mouse Properties” screen. For instructions Check the settings on the Properties” screen, see “Adjusting Mouse Properties”.

Location

To stop using the mouse
Disconnect the receiver from the USB port of the computer. You can disconnect and connect the receiver without turning the computer off. By setting the mouse power/mode switch to OFF, you can conserve battery power.

Operating distance of the mouse
The mouse can normally be operated within about a 32 ft. (10 m) radius around the receiver. Depending on the usage environment, sometimes the usable distance may be notably shorter, preventing normal operation. In such a case, take the following measures: • Use the mouse as far away from other wireless devices as possible. • Use the mouse closer to the receiver. • Use a mouse pad.

Operation

When I am using the mouse, the display goes dark or the computer enters power-saving mode. ❒ The computer enters power-saving mode even while a USB device is in use.
c Change the power management settings for the computer to prevent it from entering power-saving mode. For details, refer to the manuals provided with your computer. c Touch the touchpad or press any key on the keyboard to exit powersaving mode.

Notes

Cleaning the outside of the mouse
Clean the mouse with a soft, dry cloth or a soft cloth lightly moistened with a mild detergent solution. Do not use any type of abrasive pad, scouring powder, or solvent such as alcohol or benzine.

The computer does not return from Standby mode.
c Touch the touchpad or press any key on the keyboard to exit this mode.

The mouse pointer does not move smoothly across the screen.

Using as a Wireless Mouse (Mouse Mode)
To use the unit as a wireless mouse, set the power/mode switch located on the bottom of the mouse to MOUSE. When you move the mouse, the pointer displayed on your computer screen moves in the same direction.

Replacing the batteries
The following indicate low battery charge. Replace the batteries in such cases. • The low battery lamp on the mouse flashes red. • The low battery message pops up on your screen and the mouse icon ( or ) in the notification area located on the bottom right corner of the screen changes to the following: When the batteries are replaced, the low battery lamp will stop flashing and the mouse icon will return to normal.

c The optical mouse distinguishes movement by reflecting the red light from its base off surfaces and detecting shadows with an optical sensor. The optical mouse may not operate correctly on the following surfaces: – Transparent surfaces (such as glass) – Surfaces that reflect light (such as glossy plastics or mirrors) – Surfaces with a repetitive pattern, such as screening (like those used for printing photos in magazines and newspapers) – Surfaces that are striped or have another distinct, high-contrast pattern If the mouse pointer does not move smoothly across the screen, make sure you are not using the mouse on one of the surfaces listed above.

Names of Parts
Wireless mouse
CONNECT button Low battery lamp

z When using as a wireless mouse
Notes

The following icon is displayed in the notification area: • The optical mouse distinguishes movement by reflecting the red light from its base off surfaces and detecting shadows with an optical sensor. The optical mouse may not operate correctly on the following surfaces: – Transparent surfaces (such as glass) – Surfaces that reflect light (such as glossy plastics or mirrors) – Surfaces with a repetitive pattern, such as screening (like those used for printing photos in magazines and newspapers)

Exiting power-saving mode with the mouse takes a long time or is not possible.
c Press any key or the power button on the keyboard.

When I start the computer an error message appears, saying that the mouse is not connected.

Second button Scroller and Pointer Right button Power/mode switch First button Left button

Specifications
Wireless mouse
Interface Position tracking principle Sensor resolution Transmission distance Power requirements Dimensions Mass 2.4 GHz Digital wireless transmission *1 Optical sensor 800 counts per inch 2 32 ft. (10 m) max. line of sight * 3 V DC (two manganese IEC R6 [size AA] batteries) Approx. 2.4 (w) × 1.5 (h) × 4.5 (d) in. (59.9 (w) mm × 37.3 (h) mm × 111.9 (d) mm) Approx. 4.3 oz. (120 g) (including batteries)

c Select the check box that offers not to display this message again, and then click “OK”.

The mouse does not move smoothly after returning from the powersaving mode.
c Disconnect the receiver from the USB port, wait a few seconds, and then reconnect it.

– Surfaces that are striped or have another distinct, high-contrast pattern If the mouse pointer does not move smoothly across the screen, make sure you are not using the mouse on one of the surfaces listed above. • The soles on the base of the mouse are made with a low-friction fluoroplastic, PTFE (polytetrafluoroethylene), but depending on the type of desk or mouse pad, the smoothness of movement may vary.

After connecting the receiver, it takes a while before the mouse can be used.
c If the receiver is connected while the computer is processing commands from Windows, other software, or another USB device, it may take a while for the computer to detect the receiver.

Power OFF Mouse mode Presentation mode

Basic operations
Scroll Pointer

Tilt the Scroll Pointer up, down, left, or right to scroll vertically and horizontally. You can adjust scroll speed and sensitivity in the “Mouse Properties” dialog box. For details, see “Adjusting Mouse Properties”.

The buttons and Scroll Pointer do not work as I expected. ❒ The mouse is set to the wrong operating mode.

* Hereafter referred to as Scroll Pointer.

Wireless receiver
Interface Frequency band Dimensions Mass USB (USB 2.0 compatible) 2.4 GHz Approx. 0.8 (w) × 0.5 (h) × 2.4 (d) in. (19.8 (w) mm × 10.5 (h) mm × 58.6 (d) mm) Approx. 0.4 oz. (10 g)

c Check the power/mode switch setting on the bottom of the mouse and the mouse icon in the computer’s notification area, and set the power/ mode switch to the desired position. c Open the “Mouse Properties” screen, and adjust the setting to the desired value. For details, see “Adjusting Mouse Properties”. c Select the “Wheel” tab in the “Mouse Properties” screen, and adjust the scroll setting to 2 or 3. c Check the power/mode switch setting on the bottom of the mouse and the mouse icon in the computer’s notification area. : Mouse mode : Presentation mode

Wireless receiver
Connect button USB connector

❒ The operation setting value is incorrect.

Press to open the shortcut menu and perform specific functions, such as copying text/image files and viewing file information. First button* Press to go back to previous pages when browsing the Web or to view previous screens. Second Button* Press to go forward to the next page when browsing the Web (when First button has been used to go back). Left button* Press to perform specific mouse functions, such as opening files and selecting programs. The left button is used most often when using the mouse. * You can configure the right button, left button, First button, and Second button functions in the “Mouse Properties” dialog box. For details, see “Adjusting Mouse Properties” .

Right button*

I do not know what mode the mouse is set to.

Miscellaneous
Supported models Operating temperature Computers with the Windows XP operating system 41°F to 95°F (5°C to 35°C) (temperature gradient less than 18°F (10°C)/ hour) 20% to 80% (not condensed), provided that humidity is less than 65% at 95°F (35°C) (hygrometer reading of less than 84°F (29°C)) –4°F to 140°F (–20°C to 60°C) (temperature gradient less than 18°F (10°C)/ hour) 10% to 90% (not condensed), provided that humidity is less than 20% at 140°F (60°C) (hygrometer reading of less than 95°F (35°C)

Operating humidity

The receiver is connected but the mouse icon does not appear in the notification area.
c Disconnect the receiver from the USB port, wait a few seconds, and then reconnect it.

Storage temperature

The low battery message pops up on the screen when the power/mode switch is set to OFF.
c When not using the mouse, set the power/mode switch to OFF, and disconnect the receiver from the computer.

Printed on 100% recycled paper using VOC (Volatile Organic Compound)-free vegetable oil based ink. Imprimé sur papier 100 % recyclé avec de l’encre à base d’huile végétale sans COV (composés organiques volatils).

Storage humidity

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