Operating the FC-2600
FC-2600 Operator’s Manual
Warm Boot Occasionally, a program may encounter an error from
which it cannot recover. In this case, you can perform a Warm Boot,
which reinitializes the device without affecting the contents stored in
To perform a warm boot do the following:
1. Tap StartProgramsToolsWarm Boot. The Warm Boot
confirmation window displays (Figure 2-8).
Figure 2-8. Confirmation Dialog Box
2. Press Ye s to continue or No to quit.
Manually Saving the Persistent Registry The FC-2600 internal
memory consists of DRAM and Flash. Typically, any changes made
to the FC-2600, including file creation, are temporarily stored in the
unit’s DRAM. To store the information permanently, copy the files
from DRAM to internal flash memory.
Consequently, if you do not store the information to flash memory
and the device loses power, all information stored in DRAM will be
lost; however, when you make changes that affect the registry, such as
changing settings in the Control Panel or installing software, you can
permanently store registry changes without writing to flash memory
by using the Persistent Registry.
To permanently store registry information on the FC-2600:
The FC-2600 also stores registry information every
time you perform a suspend/resume operation.