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Monster Huma H5 V3.2 Notebook User Manual


Monster Huma H5 V3.2 Notebook User Manual

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Safety Notices

  • Avoid dropping the unit on the ground or by other strong impact.
  • Do not use in extreme cold, heat (<35celcius), excessively humid, dusty environment, long-term use, do not let the machine in the sun.
  • Try to avoid using in magnetic, strong electrostatic environment.
  • Once water or other liquids to spill on the unit, should be immediately shut down, the unit wipe dry before use.
  • Do not use any cleaner or other liquid containing chemical ingredients to clean the machine to avoid corrosion and moisture damage, if absolutely necessary cleaning, use a soft, dry cloth or paper towel.
  • The company’s hardware and software were non-normal operation, the machine repair or other data loss resulting from unforeseen circumstances or delete is not responsible for, nor bear the losses caused.
  • When using the file card of T-Flash, do not remove the card to avoid damage to the memory card or device.
  • Please feel free to back up your important data to avoid loss.
  • Do not disassemble the unit, otherwise it will lose warranty rights.
  • Manual and related software updates at any time without notice, and Quick Start Guide found discrepancies, please prevail in kind.

Configuration information

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Device overview

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  1. 03,5mm DC Interface
  2. USB Port
  3. HDMI Interface
  4. Thunderbolt
  5. Power Indicator
  6. Charging Indicator
  7. TF Card Slot
  8. 8-g USB Port
  9. 03,5mm DC Interface
  10. Fingerprint


Press the power button 3-5 seconds and release the seed.
(Note: There is no response when you press the power button, the device may need to recharge).


Open the Start menu, click on the “Power” button, select “Restart” button.


  • Press 4 seconds to force shutdown.
  • Hit the Start menu, click on the “Power” button, select “Off”


In the power-on state Short press the power button to enter standby or wakes

Get Online

To connect to a Wi- Fi network in Windows, select the Network icon ( or ) on the taskbar. Select the Wi-Fi network you want > Connect, then type the password and follow the instructions. That’s it—you’re connected! This icon will appear in the taskbar.

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After you’re connected, you’re ready to set up email, browse the web, and do a whole lot more online. If Wi- Fi isn’t available, or you just want the assurance of a wired connection, the Ethernet cable is your friend—just connect your PC to your router or modem, and then do your thing.

Connect to Bluetooth devices

Thanks to Bluetooth, you can use all sorts of wireless devices with your Windows PC—Bluetooth headphones, speakers, phones, fitness trackers—just to name a few. Start by pairing your Bluetooth device with your PC. The way you do this depends on the kind of Bluetooth you’re using.

To connect a Bluetooth headset, speaker, or other audio device.

  • Turn on your Bluetooth audio device and make it discoverable. The way you make it discoverable depends on the device. Check the device or visit the manufacturer’s website to learn how.
  • Turn on Bluetooth on your PC if it’s not on already. To do this, on the taskbar, select action center >Bluetooth.
  • In action center, select Connect> the device name.

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  • Follow any more instructions that might appear. Otherwise, you’re done and connected. Your Bluetooth device and PC will usually automatically connect anytime the two devices are in range of each other with Bluetooth turned on.

To connect a Bluetooth mouse, or other device.

  • Turn on your device and make it discoverable.
  • Select the Start button, then select Settings >Devices>Bluetooth.
  • Turn on Bluetooth > select the device > Pair.
  • Follow any more instructions if they appear.

Sign in with a Microsoft account

Select the Start button, then select Settings > Accounts > Email & app accounts. Under Accounts used by other apps, select Add a Microsoft account. Follow the prompts to add your Microsoft account. You may need to verify your identity by entering a confirmation code.

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Start Menu

Apps, settings, files—they can all be found on the Start menu. Just select the Start button on the taskbar. Next, make it yours by pinning apps and programs, or moving and regrouping tiles. If you need more space, resize the Start menu.

Your apps and programs—right at your fingertips

Open File Explorer, Settings, and other apps you use often from the left side of the Start menu. Scroll down the app list to see all apps and programs alphabetically, from A to Xbox.

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  • Menu (expands to show names for all menu items)
  • Account
  • File Explorer
  • Settings
  • Power

Organize your apps

To see live updates on what’s happening in your world—such as new email, your next appointment, or the weekend weather. When you pin an app, it’s added to the Start menu as a new tile.

Pin apps to Start.

  • Select the Start button, then press and hold (or right-click) the app you want to pin.
  • Select Pin to Start.

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Once you pin a new app, resize it. Press and hold (or right-click) the app tile, select Resize, and then choose the tile size you want.


Drag and drop apps from the apps list to pin them to the Start menu as tiles.

Group your apps

After you’ve pinned an app, move it into a group. To create a new group of tiles, move an app’s tile up or down until a group divider appears, and then release the tile. Move apps in or out of the group to organize your tiles for perfect productivity.

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To give your new group a name, select the open space above your new group and type a name.

Action Center

Click in the lower right corner of the taskbar to open the “Action Center”, you can quickly open or close the tablet mode, rotation mode, flight mode, VPN, power-saving mode, the networking, Bluetooth, location, project and adjust brightness.

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You no longer need to open action center to see how many notifications you have—the number on the action center icon shows you how many notifications are waiting for you. Other apps pinned to the taskbar can also show the number of notifications you’ve missed.


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