Upon hooking up all cables and needed inputs, you are greeted with a nice blue active light from the docking station.
On the top of the unit next to the memory card slots is the lock and power on button. Once you turn the unit on, you are greeted with a screen that shows you all the options you can use.
One of the great things about the Pavio is that it comes with USB2.0 support. Right after plugging in the USB cable, the device shows up in Windows explorer as another drive. This makes for adding, deleting and moving files much easier. The device also comes with a File Manager where you can manage your files on the Pavio.
The first thing you'd probably want to do is move a few files you want to play into the corresponding directories on the device. They can be movie (DivX/XviD), MP3s or picture files. You can place your files in the root directory or create your own sub-directories for easier management.
When selecting an option, you are greeted with a file manager that lists all your directories and files.
With the left Ok dial, move it right once to get access to your files. This method will work in every sub-menu on the device.