MicroBoards Technology Premium Pro Specifications

DVD Premium Pro
LightScribe Series
Stand-Alone, NET, and Rackmount
Users Manual
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Microboards Statement Regarding Improper Duplication ............................................................... 4
System Overview............................................................................................................................. 5
Unpacking your system ................................................................................................................... 5
Installation Requirements ................................................................................................................ 6
Connecting Master and Slave Towers............................................................................................. 7
Microboards NET Configuration ...................................................................................................... 8
Configuration Options ............................................................................................................ 8
Basic Configuration................................................................................................................ 8
Advanced Configuration ........................................................................................................ 9
Stand-Alone Operation .......................................................................................................... 9
Loading media ................................................................................................................................. 9
Main Menu ..................................................................................................................................... 10
Copy Disc to Disc .......................................................................................................................... 11
Printing Disc to Disc ...................................................................................................................... 11
Registering Data to the Hard Drive (HDD) .................................................................................... 11
Copy Hard Drive (HDD) to Disc..................................................................................................... 12
Registering Print Images to the Hard Drive (HDD)........................................................................ 12
Printing Hard Drive (HDD) to Disc ................................................................................................. 13
Clearing the Hard Drive (HDD)...................................................................................................... 13
Simulation Disc to Disc.................................................................................................................. 14
Erasing RW media......................................................................................................................... 14
Track Extraction............................................................................................................................. 15
Error status in Track Extraction: .......................................................................................... 15
Setup Menu ................................................................................................................................... 16
Mode Select ......................................................................................................................... 17
DVD WR Speed ................................................................................................................... 17
CD WR Speed ..................................................................................................................... 17
ISRC Check ......................................................................................................................... 17
Auto Run .............................................................................................................................. 17
Copy Quantity ...................................................................................................................... 17
Session Mode ...................................................................................................................... 17
Reader Select ...................................................................................................................... 17
HDD Setup........................................................................................................................... 17
Auto Generate ............................................................................................................... 17
Edit Name...................................................................................................................... 17
Master Clear.................................................................................................................. 17
HDD Format .................................................................................................................. 17
Drive Inquiry......................................................................................................................... 17
F/W Version ......................................................................................................................... 17
F/W Update.......................................................................................................................... 17
Copy and Print Logs ............................................................................................................ 17
LightScribe Template Labeler........................................................................................................ 18
Error Codes ................................................................................................................................... 19
Specifications................................................................................................................................. 25
Supported Formats........................................................................................................................ 25
Firmware Updates ......................................................................................................................... 25
Technical Support.......................................................................................................................... 25
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Microboards Statement Regarding Improper Duplication
Microboards Technology fully supports the right of any business, organization, group, or
individual to protect their property from unlicensed, unauthorized, or illegal duplication.
As a user of our equipment, we expect you to support that right as well.
Microboards Technology is neither responsible nor liable for the infringement of any laws
regarding the illegal duplication of property. Microboards Technology products are in no way
intended to encourage or condone such duplication.
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System Overview
DVD Premium Pro LightScribe Stand-Alone and Rackmount Series
The DVD Premium Pro LightScribe Series includes the Tower and the Rackmount styles. The
Tower employs up to 10 General Purpose DVD-+R/DL LightScribe recorders, while the
Rackmount employs up to 4 recorders. The hard drive comes standard with the Pro system and
allows for DVD/CD image archival and CD track extraction for CD audio compilations.
DVD Premium Pro LightScribe NET Series
The DVD Premium Pro NET Series employs 10 General Purpose DVD-+R/DL LightScribe
recorders in each tower, with the ability to have all connected drives duplicating from a single
master. The hard drive comes standard with each tower and allows for DVD/CD image archival
and CD track extraction for CD audio compilations.
The LightScribe feature allows you, with the correct LightScribe CD and DVD media, to burn a
print image to the printable side of the media. Software to create the necessary print image
format is included.
An intuitive, menu driven display
and 5-button control interface
COPY START
provide one-touch operation for
(DISC to DISC)
the novice user while providing
advanced
features
for
the
professional.
Advanced Features:
• 20-drive simultaneous burn from one master in NET mode (NET Series Only)
• Stand-Alone DVD-+R/RW/DL / CD-R duplicator
• One Touch duplication
• LightScribe Disc Printing capability
• Auto Run option
• Speed selectable (1x to 16x for DVD-+R and 4x to 48x for CD-R)
• Supports writing to DVD-+R/RW/DL, CD-R/RW
• Copy and Verify
• Hard drive comes standard for standalone DVD/CD image archival and CD track
extraction for audio compilation CDs
• Store multiple hard drive images
• Counter feature allows the user to input how many discs need to be copied and
the keeps track of the total discs completed.
• Automatically detects DVD or CD masters
• Simulation mode to ensure recording stability
• Easy-to-read, two-line display for status and error reporting
• Updates easily installed through DVD/CD reader
Unpacking your system
When unpacking your duplicator, confirm the following items are included:
• NET connection cabling with each Slave tower (NET Series Only)
• DVD Premium Pro Series duplicator
• Power cable
• LightScribe Software Installation Disc
• Starter Kit (includes Manual and Warranty information)
If any of these items are missing, please contact or Microboards Technology Technical Support at
952-556-1639.
IMPORTANT: Please keep all the packing for your DVD Premium Pro LightScribe Series
duplicator. If your unit ever needs to be sent in for service, it must be returned in the original
packing or the warranty will be voided.
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Installation Requirements
System Setup
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Connect the power cable to the DVD Premium Pro Series tower and plug in to a
protected power outlet strip or UPS power supply.
NET Series Only: Connect the 2 towers using the NET cable provided (see page 7 for
more information).
o The left port on the back is the IN port, and the right is the OUT port; the Master
tower should have the NET cable plugged into the OUT port, and the Slave
should have the cable plugged into the IN port.
o If more than 2 towers are being connected, connect the OUT port in the first
Slave to the IN port of the next. In the final chain of towers, the Master wil have
only the OUT port used, while the final tower will have only the IN port used.
Turn on power to the tower. The system is now ready to use. If you have a NET Series
system, you will need to configure the system before proceeding (see page 8).
Install your DVD Premium Pro Series duplicator in the following environment:
• On a level and stable surface
• In a well ventilated location
• Temperature and humidity
• Temperature: 5-40°
• Humidity: 20-80%RH (no dew formation)
Do not install it in the following places:
ƒ Under direct sunlight (If the machine is exposed to sunlight, the light should be blocked
by a curtain or blind.)
ƒ A dusty location
ƒ A place where there is a lot of vibration
ƒ Near open flame
ƒ A place where the temperature and humidity change drastically
ƒ Near a heating device such as a heater or furnace
ƒ A location where air from an air conditioner blows directly onto the unit
ƒ Near a container filled with water
In winter during times of low humidity or in a location where static electricity is
generated, use an anti-static-electricity mat or humidifier to prevent static electricity.
Power supply
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Use house current as the power source for the unit.
Do not use an outlet near a motor driven appliance (i.e. air conditioner, copying
machine).
Use an outlet with stable power supply voltages.
Do not overload an outlet. Do not use a service outlet from a PCs or other office
machine.
Wire the power cord properly.
Do not touch the power cord with a wet hand.
Be careful not to damage the power cord.
Inspect the power cord periodically.
In the event that the power cord is damaged, replace the power cord.
Be sure to use a tool such as a screwdriver to change the 115/230V Switch.
Do not use your finger.
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Connecting Master and Slave Towers
The Microboards DVD Premium Pro NET tower line requires a physical connection between the
towers. A tower will be designated as a Master or as a Slave tower initially based solely on the
configuration of the connection.
The directions below give 2 connection scenarios: a 2-tower configuration, and a Multi-Tower
configuration. Please use the appropriate instructions based on the number of towers you have.
The diagrams below show the backs of the towers.
For the 2-Tower configuration, connect the OUT port of one
tower to the IN port of the other using the provided cabling.
Whichever tower is connected by the OUT port will become
the Master tower. The tower that is connected by the IN
port other will become the Slave tower.
Once the towers are turned on and initialized, press YES
on the Master tower to enter NET mode.
Master
Tower
Slave
Tower
For Stand-alone operation, press NO on both the Master
and Slave when the configuration display is showing. Each
tower will then operate as an independent tower.
To return to NET mode, you will need to restart both
towers.
.
2-Tower Configuration
For Multi-Tower configuration (3 towers
are shown here), select one tower as
the Master and connect one end of one
of the provided cables to the OUT port
on the Master tower and the other end
to the IN port on Slave Tower One.
Plug the next cable to the OUT port of
Slave Tower One and to the IN port of
Slave Tower Two.
Master
Tower
Slave
Tower
One
Slave
Tower
Two
If you have more than 3 towers,
continue to connect the remaining
towers in the same fashion. The last
tower will only have a cable connected
to the IN port.
Once the Master and Slave towers
have initialized, the displays will give
you the configuration options.
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Microboards NET Configuration
The Microboards NET configuration allows you to connect multiple 10-drive tower duplicators.
They can function together as a single duplicator with 10 drives per tower for ultra high-quantity
production, or can operate independently as stand-alone duplicators, each copying from a
different master.
It does not matter which tower is set as the Master; the only restriction is that one tower of the
chain must have the NET cable connected to the Out port only. The last tower in the chain will
only use the In port.
Configuration Options
To set the Multi-Tower configuration, turn on power
to all of the connected towers and wait for the
configuration options to be displayed, as shown to
the right.
The exact display message and configuration
options on each tower will depend on the location of
that tower in the chain.
NET MASTER
YES: SET MASTER
Master Display alternates
between these messages
NET SLAVE 1
YES: SET MASTER
Once the configuration has been selected, you must
either power cycle all towers or run the Net Reboot
on all Master towers to change the configuration.
NET MASTER
NO: STANDALONE
NET SLAVE 1
NO: STANDALONE
First Slave Display, additional Slave
towers show Slave number sequentially
The display of any Master or Stand-Alone tower will initially read COPY
START when it is ready for duplication. The control panel on Slave towers
is disabled.
NET SLAVE X
NO: STANDALONE
Final tower in chain
Basic Configuration
The most basic configuration would be to set the first tower as the Master with the remaining
towers as Slaves. For this configuration, you would only need to press the YES button on the
Master tower when the configuration options are showing.
NET
Master
NET
Slave 1
NET
Slave 2
NET
Slave 3
NET
Slave 4
NET
Slave 5
The result with a six-tower configuration is shown above. Only the reader and hard drive on the
NET Master will be available as source drives.
Net Reboot and Basic Configuration
To run the Net Reboot, press either the ▲or ▼ button until the display reads SETUP. Press the
YES button, then press either the ▲or ▼ button until the display reads NET REBOOT. Press
YES and all towers will reboot.
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Advanced Configuration
If, however, you wish to operate them as two 3-tower Master/Slave groups, simply press the YES
button on the tower on which the Configuration Options display reads NET SLAVE 3. This will
cause all towers following this tower to be slaved to that tower. The YES button on the first tower
must also be pressed to slave towers 2 and 3 to the first tower. The reader and hard drive in the
NET Master towers of both groups can be used for duplication to the connected Slave towers.
The resulting Master/Slave configuration is shown below.
NET
Master
NET
Slave 1
NET
Slave 2
NET
Master
Group A
NET
Slave 1
NET
Slave 2
Group B
This can be done in any combination of towers. However, you must set the Master/Slave
configurations starting with the last master you want to set, following the tower chain from the end
to the beginning.
You do not need to disconnect any towers to change the Master/Slave configuration.
Net Reboot and Advanced Configuration
To run the Net Reboot, press either the ▲or ▼ button until the display reads SETUP. Press the
YES button, then press either the ▲or ▼ button until the display reads NET REBOOT. Press
YES and all towers slaved to that Master will reboot. In the example above, the Net Reboot
would need to be run on both the Group A Master tower and the Group B Master tower for all 8
towers to reboot.
Stand-Alone Operation
For all towers in the chain to operate in Stand-Alone mode, the NO button must be pressed on
each tower to select Stand-Alone mode. The order in which this is done does not matter.
You can combine Stand-Alone and Advanced Configurations. After start-up in the example
above, pressing YES on NET SLAVE 4, NO on NET SLAVE 3, and YES on the NET MASTER
tower would create 3 groups: Group A with 3 towers, Group B as a single Stand-Alone tower, and
Group C with 2 towers.
Net Reboot and Stand-Alone Operation
When in Stand-Alone Operation, the Net Reboot option does not appear in the Setup menu.
Each tower will need to be power cycled manually.
Loading media
To automatically eject all empty recorder drives in all connected towers, simply load your master
disc and press the YES button when the display reads COPY START. This will eject all drives
that have not had media loaded. When all drives are loaded and the drive LEDs turn off,
duplication will automatically begin.
If you do not need to burn a copy in each recorder drive, load the number of drives necessary,
close those drives, and wait for the drive LEDs to turn off. Press the YES button, and any open
trays will automatically close but be considered empty.
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Main Menu
The Arrow buttons (▼▲)allow you to move forward or backward in the menu without selecting
the current menu item. The NO button will move you to the next menu item. YES will select the
current menu item.
COPY START?
(DISCtoDISC)
YES
INSERT
MASTER DISC
INSERT
TARGET DISC
ANALYZING MASTER
COPY
CD-DA
15:26
20%
LABEL FILE?
YOURLABELNAME
INSERT
TARGET DISC
PRINT
LS
COMPLETE!
>HDD1? 15:26
(HDDtoDISC)
COPY START?
(HDD1toDISC)
INSERT
TARGET DISC
COPY
CD-DA
15:26
20%
REGIST
CD-DA
COPY START?
(HDD2toDISC)
INSERT
TARGET DISC
COPY
15:26
CD-DA
20%
COPY START?
(HDDXtoDISC)
INSERT
TARGET DISC
COPY
CD-DA
15:26
20%
NO,▼
PRINT START?
(DISCtoDISC)
YES
20%
NO,▼
MASTER SELECT?
(DISCtoDISC)
YES >READER?
(DISCtoDISC)
NO,▼
>HDD1? CD-DA
(HDDtoDISC)
NO,▼
>HDD2?
(DISCtoHDD/DISC)
NO,▼
YES
15:26
20%
NO,▼
>HHDX? 15:26
(HDDtoDISC)
>HDDX? CD-DA
(HDDtoDISC)
NO,▼
>MASTER CLEAR?
YES
>>HDD1 CLEAR?
YES >HDD1?
(HDDtoDISC)
NO,▼
>>HDDX CLEAR?
NO,▼
YES >HDDX?
(HDDtoDISC)
NO,▼
>>EXIT?
>EXIT?
NO,▼
ESC
SIMULATION?
(DISCtoDISC)
YES
INSERT
MASTER DISC
ANALYZING MASTER
INSERT
TARGET DISC
SIMULATION
CD-DA
15:26
20%
NO,▼
DISC ERASE?
ESC
YES
>QUICK ERASE?
YES SURE ?
YES
(REWRITABLE)
DISC ERASE
Please wait...
NO,▼
NO,▼
>QUICK ERASE?
YES
SURE ?
YES
DISC ERASE
Please wait...
NO,▼
>EXIT?
NO,▼
Trk EXTRACTION?
ESC
(DISCtoHDD1)
NO,▼
ESC
SETUP?
(MODE CHANGE)
YES
EXTRACTION OK?
YES
NO,▼
YES
SETUP MENU
(see pg 12)
NO/ESC
INSERT
MASTER DISC
ANALYZING MASTER
EXTRACT THE Trk?
TRK 01/12
YES = execute the selected track
YES,NO,▼,▲
NO,▼,▲ = skip track
EXTRACT THE Trk?
TRK 12/12
YES,NO,▼,▲
END EXTRACTION?
NO,▼
YES
NO COPY TO HDD OK?
YES
REGIST
CD-DA
15:26
NEXT MASTER
YES
20%
NO
COPY START
(HDD1toDISC)
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Copy Disc to Disc
1. Place the Master Disc into the Reader drive.
Place the blank disc(s) into the Recorder drive(s) and wait 10 seconds for the light(s) on
the front of the Recorder(s) to stop blinking. Note that the blanks must be of the same
media type as the master; you cannot copy a CD master to DVD’s, for instance.
2. The display reads COPY START? (DISC to DISC).
Copy Start?
3. Press YES. If you have the Auto Run feature set to ON,
(DISC to DISC)
the duplication will begin when the master is loaded and
all drives are loaded with blank media.
4. The drive trays will open on any recorder without blank discs installed. If you do not want
to make a copy in those drives, close the tray(s), wait for the drive light to go out, and
then press the YES button to start the copy job.
5. The display will now show the progress of the Copy
COPY
4.0GB
Job.
DVD
25%
6. The Recorder(s) will eject the recordable discs when
the job is complete.
Printing Disc to Disc
1. Place a disc containing your print image into the Reader drive.
2. Place the unprinted disc(s) into the Recorder drive(s) with the print surface down and wait
10 seconds for the light(s) on the front of the Recorder(s) to stop blinking.
3. Press ▼ until the display reads PRINT START? (DISC
PRINT Start?
to DISC).
(DISC to DISC)
4. Press YES. If you have the Auto Run feature set to ON,
the duplication will begin when the master is loaded and
all drives are loaded with blank media.
5. If you have more than one print image on the disc in the reader drive, use the ▼ button to
scroll through the list. Press the YES button when the image you want is displayed.
6. The drive trays will open on any recorder without discs loaded. If you do not want to print
to those drives, close the tray(s), wait for the drive light to go out, and then press the YES
button to start the print job.
PRINT
7. The display will now show the progress of the Print Job.
LS
25%
8. The Recorder(s) will eject the printed discs when the job
is complete.
Registering Data to the Hard Drive (HDD)
1. At the COPY START? (DISC to DISC) menu, press
the NO or ▼ button until the display shows MASTER
SELECT? (DISC TO DISC)
2. Place the Master disc into the Reader drive.
3. Press the YES button.
4. The display will show:
5. Press the NO or ▼ button
6. The display will now show:
The number in the lower right corner of the display
indicates the amount of free space remaining on the
hard drive.
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MASTER SELECT?
(DISC to DISC)
READER?
(DISC to DISC)
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7. You will see this screen after the contents of the master
LIGHTSCRIBE?
have been analyzed:
DATA?
Press the NO button to register your master as a disc
image.
8. Next, name the disc image:
If you do not have the Auto Generate in the Setup menu
NAME?
feature turned on, use the ▲or ▼buttons to change the
(_
character in the position shown by the cursor. Press the
YES button to move the cursor to the right or NO to move back to the left.
cursor is on the 14th character, press YES to begin registering the master.
9. The display will now show the progress of the data being
transferred to the hard drive:
YES
NO
4.2GB
)
Once the
REGISTER
DVD
4.2GB
25%
10. Once the Master disc has been copied to the HDD, the
Reader drive will eject the disc. When you go back into the MASTER SELECT? Menu,
and select a partition with data stored on it, the display will show the type of data (ROM
or Video) and the capacity of that data. Proceed to COPY HDD TO DVD section.
Copy Hard Drive (HDD) to Disc
1. Follow the instructions on page 11 to register the Master
to the HDD.
MASTER SELECT?
2. Press to NO or ▼ button until the screen displays:
(DISC)
3. Press the YES button.
4. The display will show READER.
5. Press the NO or ▼ button and the display will show HDD1. If this is the hard drive
partition you wish to copy, press the YES button.
6. The screen will display COPY START? (HDD1 to DISC)
COPY START?
7. If you wish to select a different hard drive partition, press
(HDD1 to DISC)
the NO or ▼ button in step 5, unit the display shows the
partition you wish to copy.
8. Place the blank disc(s) into the Recorder(s) and wait 10 seconds for the light(s) on the
front of the Recorder(s) to stop blinking.
9. The drive trays will open on any recorder without blank discs installed. If you do not want
to make a copy in those drives, press the YES button to start the copy job.
10. The display will now show the progress of the copy job
COPY
4.0GB
from the HDD to the Recorder(s):
DVD
25%
11. After the Copy job is complete, the disc(s) will be ejected
from the Recorder(s).
Registering Print Images to the Hard Drive (HDD)
NOTE: Each print image will occupy 1GB of hard drive space regardless of actual image size.
For assistance with creating print images, please refer the LightScribe Template
Labeler section of this manual or to the Help menu within application.
1. At the COPY START? (DISC to DISC) menu, press the
NO or ▼ button until the display shows MASTER
SELECT? (DISC TO DISC).
2. Place the Master disc into the Reader drive.
3. Press the YES button.
4. The display will show READER? (DISC to DISC).
5. Press the NO or ▼ button.
6. The display will now show:
The number in the lower right corner of the display
indicates the amount of free space remaining on the
hard drive.
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MASTER SELECT?
(DISC to DISC)
READER?
(DISC to DISC)
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7. You will see this screen after the contents of the master
LIGHTSCRIBE?
YES
have been analyzed:
DATA?
NO
Press the YES button to add a LightScribe print image.
8. You can have up to 20 print images on your disc. Use the ▲or ▼buttons to select the
image you want and press YES. You can only select 1 image at a time.
9. The display will now show the progress of the print
REGISTER
image being transferred to the hard drive:
LS
25%
10. Once the Master image has been copied to the HDD,
the Reader drive will eject the disc. When you go back
into the MASTER SELECT? Menu, and select a partition with a print image stored on it,
the display will read LS in the upper right corner and show the name of that image.
Proceed to PRINTING HDD TO DVD section.
Printing Hard Drive (HDD) to Disc
1. Follow the instructions on page 12 to register the Print
Image to the HDD.
MASTER SELECT?
2. Press to NO or ▼ button until the screen displays:
(DISC)
3. Press the YES button.
4. The display will show READER.
5. Press the NO or ▼ button and the display will show HDD1. If this is the image you wish
to print, press the YES button. ALL LIGHTSCRIBE PRINT IMAGES SAVED TO THE
HARD DRIVE WILL SHOW LS IN THE UPPER RIGHT CORNER OF THE DISPLAY.
6. The screen will display:
PRINT START?
7. If you wish to select a different image, press the NO or
YOURLABELNAME
▼ button in step 5, unit the display shows the print
image you wish to print.
8. Place the unprinted disc(s) into the Recorder(s) and wait 10 seconds for the light(s) on
the front of the Recorder(s) to stop blinking.
9. Press the YES button. If you have the Auto Run feature set to ON, the printing will begin
when all drives are loaded with unprinted media.
10. The drive trays will open on any recorder without discs installed. If you do not want to
print using those drives, close the tray(s), wait for the drive light to go out, and then press
the YES button to start the copy job.
11. The display will now show the progress of the print
PRINT
job from the HDD to the Recorder(s):
LS
25%
12. After the Print job is complete, the disc(s) will be
ejected from the Recorder(s).
Clearing the Hard Drive (HDD)
The Master Clear option will not appear if there is no information stored on any of the hard drive
partitions.
1. At the COPY START? (HDD1 to DISC) menu, press the NO or ▼ button until the display
shows MASTER SELECT? (HDD1 to DISC).
2. Press the YES button.
3. The display will show READER? (DISC to DISC).
4. Press the NO or ▼ button until you the screen
MASTER CLEAR?
displays MASTER CLEAR? (HDD):
(HDD)
5. Press the YES button.
6. You can now select which hard drive partition to erase. Pressing the NO or ▼ button will
scroll you though the partition selections.
7. Press the YES button if you are sure you want to clear the HDD.
8. The hard drive will now be cleared and you will be
>HDD1?
asked if you want to register another master to the
(DISC to HDD)
HDD.
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9. Press YES and the Reader drive will eject and you can insert another master to register
to the HDD.
10. Press NO and to exit this menu without registering data to the hard drive partition.
Simulation Disc to Disc
Important: Simulation is not allowed when using DVD+R/RW media.
1. At the COPY START? (DISC to DISC) menu, press
SIMULATION??
the NO or ▼ button until the display shows
(DISC to DISC)
SIMULATION? (DISC to DISC).
2. Place the Master Disc into the Reader drive.
3. Place the blank disc(s) into the Recorder drive(s) and wait 10 seconds for the light(s) on
the front of the Recorder(s) to stop blinking.
4. Press YES.
5. The drive trays will open on any recorder without blank discs installed. If you do not want
to make a copy in those drives, close the tray(s), wait for the drive light to go out, and
then press the YES button to start the copy job.
6. The display will now show the progress of the
SIMULATION
4.0GB
Simulation Copy Job.
DVD
25%
7. The Recorder(s) will eject the DVD-R discs when the
job is complete.
Note: DVD-R media will NOT be recorded to in Simulation Mode.
Erasing RW media
DISC ERASE?
1. At the COPY START? (DISC to DISC) menu, press
(REWRITABLE)
the NO or ▼ button until the display shows DISC
ERASE? (REWRITABLE):
2. Load the Recorder(s) with the CD-RW or DVD-+RW media you wish to erase. You can
erase one disc at a time or fill all the Recorders to erase multiple discs at once. All discs
loaded must be of the same type.
3. Press the YES button
4. The next screen asks if you want to perform a Quick Erase.
QUICK ERASE?
If you wish to perform a Full Erase, press the NO button.
FULL ERASE?
Pressing the YES button at either of these selections will show the following screen:
SURE?
5. Press the YES button if you are sure you want to erase the DVD-+RW disc. If you do not
wish to erase the disc, press the NO button and you will go back to the DISC ERASE
screen (step 1).
6. The screen will now show:
DISC ERASE
7. Once the erasing is complete, the Recorder(s) will
eject the disc(s).
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Track Extraction
When extracting tracks to the internal hard drive, the DVD Premium Pro Series will use the next
available partition space on the hard drive. Like any time a master is registered to the hard drive,
you have the ability to name the partition.
1. At the COPY START? Menu, press the NO or ▼ button
until the display reads:
Press the YES button.
2. Press YES again in the following screen.
Trk EXTRACTION?
(CDtoHDD)
EXTRACTION OK?
3. Once the analysis of the master completes, you will
need to name the disc image.
NAME?
79:28
If you do not have the Auto Generate in the Setup menu
(_
)
feature turned on, use the ▲or ▼buttons to change the
character in the position shown by the cursor. Press the
YES button to move the cursor to the right or NO to move back to the left. Once the
cursor is on the 14th character, press YES to begin registering the master. Insert a
master audio disc into the reader drive. The duplicator will analyze the master disc.
4. Next, it displays Selected Track Number / Total Track Number.
This master data has total 12 tracks.
Press NO or ▼ to skip forward a track.
EXTRACT THE Trk?
Press YES to select the track you want to
TRK 01/12
extract.
5. If you skip forward all tracks, it asks if you want to end extraction for the master data.
Press YES to finish extraction and register selected
END EXTRACTION?
tracks in HDD.
Press NO or ▼ to add more tracks from this master
data.
6. If you press YES in step 5, the display asks you to register
COPY TO HDD OK?
the extracted tracks in HDD.
Press YES to start registration.
7. After registration completes, decide if you want to extract
more tracks from other master audio discs.
NEXT MASTER?
Press YES to extract more tracks from other master audio
discs.
Press NO to complete extraction.
8. If you press NO, the changes back to the COPY menu so that you can copy the extracted
tracks in HDD to blank CD-R media.
Error status in Track Extraction:
In the following situation in TRACK EXTRACTION, the display shows an error status on the LCD.
1. If you try to extract a track which is not CD-DA, the
track number does not display properly, showing “—“.
Pressing the YES button will not add the track.
EXTRACT THE Trk?
--/12
2. If the total time of extracted audio tracks is over 80
minutes or 99 tracks have already been selected, the
display will read OVER. Pressing the YES button will
not add the track.
EXTRACT THE Trk?
06/12
OVER
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Setup Menu
SETUP
Yes
MODE SELECT?
(COPY MODE)
Yes
COPY?
(DISC to DISC)
VERIFY?
(DISC to DISC)
COPY + V?
(DISC to DISC)
EXIT?
COPY?
DVD WR
SPEED?
(MAX)
Yes
MAX?
12X?
1X?
EXIT?
MAX?
CD WR SPEED?
(MAX)
Yes
MAX?
40X?
4X?
EXIT?
MAX?
ISRC CHECK?
(OFF)
Yes
ISRC ON?
ISRC OFF?
Auto Run?
(OFF)
Yes
ON?
OFF?
COPY QUANTITY?
(xxxx/xxxx)
Yes
COPY QUANTITY?
0---
SESSION MODE?
(AUTO)
Yes
AUTO?
READER SELECT?
(DRIVExx)
Yes
EXIT?
CLOSE?
OPEN?
ISRC ON?
EXIT?
AUTO?
DRIVE01
READER
THE DISPLAY WILL CYCLE
THROUGH THE MAKE, MODEL,
AND FIRMWARE OF THE
SELECTED DRIVE UNTIL YOU
PRESS A BUTTON.
DRIVE02
RECORDER
DRIVExx
RECORDER
DRIVE01
READER
EXIT?
DRIVE INQUIRY?
Yes
HDD
HDD
THE DISPLAY WILL CYCLE
THROUGH THE MAKE, MODEL,
AND FIRMWARE OF THE
SELECTED DRIVE UNTIL YOU
PRESS A BUTTON.
DRIVE01
READER
DRIVExx
RECORDER
EXIT?
HDD
HDD
F/W VERSION
Yes
Premium Pro 1020
VER A.BC
F/W UPDATE
Yes
INSERT
PROGRAM DISC
Yes
NET REBOOT?
(with NET option only)
COPY LOG?
Yes
Checking
REBOOTS MASTER
AND SLAVE TOWERS
OK
NG
EXIT?
H/W INFO
12ΦπρΨ
KEY
xxxxxxx
xxxxxxx
UPDATE?
VER a.bc -> b.cd
Yes
Premium Pro 1020
VER A.BC
Updating
Caption indicates button to press
No caption indicates display sequence
▲ (Back), NO, or ▼ (Forward)
PRINT LOG?
Yes
OK
NG
xxxxxxx
xxxxxxx
YES (Accept) or ESC (Return to Menu)
EXIT?
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Setup Menu
1. At the COPY START? (DISC to DISC) menu, press the NO or ▼ button until the display
shows SETUP? (MODE CHANGE). Press the YES button.
2. Pressing the NO or ▼ button will allow you to move from menu to menu.
3. Pressing the YES button will allow you to view or change the configuration of the system.
4. Please follow the flow chart on page 16 to navigate through the different menus.
Here is a description of each setup menu item:
Mode Select
COPY - Duplication from master disc to blank disc, or HDD to blank disc if master data is saved.
VERIFY - It compares a copied disc with the master disc.
COPY+V - Copying in the COPY+VERIFY mode
DVD WR Speed
Available speeds range from 16x down to 1x.
CD WR Speed
Available speeds range from 48x down to 4x.
ISRC Check
Default setting is ON. This feature will copy the ISRC codes from the Master audio disc to the
blank discs.
Auto Run
Default setting is OFF. When set to ON, this allows the duplicator to start the duplication process
when all recorders are loaded with blank media. If you are copying Disc-to-Disc, the master must
be loaded before duplication will begin.
>>COPY QUANTITY
Copy Quantity
0750
Set up the number of disc you want to copy.
Use the ▼▲buttons to change the number in the current column up or down. YES will move you
one column to the right, NO will move you 1 column to the left. Press YES when in the right
column to save the number of copies entered. The example above shows that 750 copies have
been entered with the cursor currently in the right column (underlined).
Session Mode (CD only. Invalid for DVD)
Select either from AUTO, CLOSE, or OPEN.
AUTO: Make the session of copied disc as same as the master.
CLOSE: Close the session of copied disc.
OPEN: Leave the session of copied disc open.
Reader Select
Changes which drive is selected as the reader. This setting should not be changed.
HDD Setup
Access to the Hard Drive maintenance functions.
Auto Generate
This option will create Hard Drive partition names for you automatically if ON is selected.
When OFF is selected, the user will need to name each partition added.
Edit Name
This option will allow you to modify partition image names (See pages 11-12).
Master Clear
This option will allow you to remove specific hard drive partition images.
HDD Format
This option will completely erase all hard drive partition images.
Drive Inquiry
Displays an inquiry of each drive connected, showing drive model and firmware.
F/W Version
Shows DVD Premium Pro LightScribe Series firmware version and H/W information.
F/W Update
Used when updating the firmware of the DVD Premium Pro LightScribe Series duplicator.
Copy and Print Logs
Displays the number of successful and unsuccessful burned and printed discs over the entire life
of the duplicator.
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LightScribe Template Labeler
The LightScribe Template Labeler and LightScribe System Software included with the DSR
Premium Pro LightScribe Series duplicator are required for creating the necessary print image
files for the LightScribe Print feature to work.
Do not update or attempt to use any version of the LightScribe Template Labeler or the
LightScribe System other than those provided by Microboards Technology.
To successfully create print image files that can be used with the DSR Premium Pro
LightScribe Series duplicator, launch the LightScribe Template Labeler application
using the LightScribe shortcut on your desktop.
The first step is to select the template you wish to
use for the print image. The number of images you
would like to add to the print image, the amount of
text you need to include, and the background image
will all determine which template to select.
Click Next when you have chosen your template.
Additional template packages are available for
downloading at www.lightscribe.com/go/labelgallery.
After choosing your template, add images or text to
the design. For more information on this process,
please review the Help menu in the application.
When you are done with this step, click the Preview
and Print button.
In the Preview window, select Microboards
LightScribe Disc Publisher as the Drive.
Select the Contrast Level. Options are Best,
Normal, and Draft. By default, Best is selected.
Select the Disc Color. This will only change the
color of the displayed preview, and will have no
impact on the printed disc. The base color of the
disc will not be changed during printing.
Finally, click the Print button and provide the name
of the print image file and location to which you
would like to save the file.
Once the print image file is created, burn the print image to a disc for use in the DSR Premium
Pro LightScribe Series duplicator.
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Error Codes
Read Errors
ASC
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00
00
00
00
00
00
00
01
02
04
04
04
04
04
05
06
08
08
08
08
09
09
09
09
0A
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0B
0B
10
11
11
11
11
11
11
12
13
14
14
14
15
15
15
17
17
17
17
17
17
18
18
18
18
1A
1B
ASCQ
00
06
11
12
13
14
15
17
00
00
00
01
02
03
07
00
00
00
01
02
03
00
01
02
03
00
00
01
02
00
01
02
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0F
10
00
00
01
05
06
00
01
02
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01
02
03
04
05
00
01
03
04
00
00
Description
NO ADDITIONAL SENSE INFORMATION
I/O PROCESS TERMINATED, PLAY OPERATION ABORTED
AUDIO PLAY OPERATION IN PROGRESS
AUDIO PLAY OPERATION PAUSE
AUDIO PLAY OPERATION SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED
AUDIO PLAY OPERATION STOPPED DUE TO ERROR
NO CURRENT AUDIO STATUS TO RETURN
CLEANINF REQUESTED
NO INDEX/SECTOR SIGNAL
NO SEEK COMPLETE
LOGICAL UNIT NOT READY, CAUSE NOT REPORTABLE
LOGICAL UNIT IS IN PROCESS OF BECOMING READY
LOGICAL UNIT NOT READY, INITIALIZING CMD. REQUESTED
LOGICAL UNIT NOT READY, MANUAL INTERVENTION REQUIRED
LOGICAL UNIT NOT READY, OPERATION IN PROGRESS
LOGICAL UNIT DOES NOT RESPOND TO SELECTION
NO REFERENCE POSITION FOUND (medium may be upside down)
LOGICAL UNIT COMMUNICATION FAILURE
LOGICAL UNIT COMUUNICATION TIME-OUT
LOGICAL UNIT COMMUNICATION PARITY ERROR
LOGICAL UNIT COMMUNICATION CRC ERROR (ULTRA-DMA/32)
TRACK FOLLOWING ERROR
TRACKING SERVO FAILURE
FOCUS SERVO FAILURE
SPINDLE SERVO FAILURE
ERROR LOG OVERFLOW
WARNING
WARNING-SPECIFIED TEMPERATURE EXCEEDED
WARNING-ENCLOSURE DEGRADED
ID CRC OR ECC ERROR
UNRECOVERED READ ERROR
ERROR TOO LONG TO CORRECT
L-EC UNCORRECTABLE ERROR
CIRC UNRECOVERED ERROR
ERROR READING UPC/EAN NUMBER
ERROR – LOSS PF STREAMING
ADDRESS MARK NOT FOUND FOR ID FIELD
ADDRESS MARK NOT FOUND FOR DATA FIELD
RECORD NOT FOUND
RECORD NOT FOUND – RECOMMEND REASSIGNMENT
RECORD NOT FOUND – DATA AUTO – REALLOCATED
RANDOM POSITIONING ERROR
MECHANICAL POSITIONING ERROR
POSITIONING ERROR DETECTED BY READ OF MEDIUM
RECOVERED DATA WITH NO EEOR CORRECTION APPLIED
RECOVERED DATA WITH RETRIES
RECOVERED DATA WITH POSITIVE HEAD OFFSET
RECOVERED DATA WITH NEGATIVE HEAD OFFSET
RECOVERED DATA WITH RETIES AND/OR CIRC APPLIED
RECOVERED DATA USING PREVIOUS SECTOR ID
RECOVERED DATA WITH ERROR CORRECTION APPLIED
RECOVERED DATA WITH ERROR CORP. & RETRIES APPLIED
RECOVERED DATA WITH CIRC
RECOVERED DATA WITH L-EC
PARAMETER LIST LENGTH ERROR
SYNCHRONOUS DATA TRANSFER ERROR
19
DVD Premium Pro LightScribe Series
1E
20
21
24
25
26
26
26
26
26
28
29
29
29
29
29
2A
2A
2A
2A
2B
2C
2C
2F
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30
30
30
35
35
35
35
35
39
3A
3A
3A
3B
3B
3B
3B
3B
3B
3B
3D
3E
3E
3E
3F
3F
3F
3F
40
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
4A
4B
00
00
00
00
00
00
01
02
03
04
00
00
01
02
03
04
00
01
02
03
00
00
05
00
00
01
02
03
00
01
02
03
04
00
00
01
02
0F
11
12
13
14
15
16
00
00
01
02
00
01
02
03
NN
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
MICROBOARDS TECHNOLOGY, LLC
RECOVERED ID WITH ECC CORRECTION
INVALID COMMAND OPERATION CODE
LOGICAL BLOCK ADDRESS OUT OF RANGE
INVALID FIELD IN CDB
LOGICAL UNIT NOT SUPPORTED
INVALID FIELD IN PARAMETER LIST
PARAMETER NOT SUPPORTED
PARAMETER VALUE INVALID
THRESHOLD PARAMETERS NOT SUPPORTED
INVALID RELEASE OF ACTIVE PERSISTENT RESERVATION
NOT READY TO READY CHANGE, MEDIUM MAY HAVE CHANGED
POWER ON, RESET, OR BUS DEVICE RESET OCCURRED
POWER ON OCCURRED
SCSI BUS RESET OCCURRED
BUS DEVICE RESET FUNCTION OCCURRED
DEVICE INTERNAL RESET
PARAMETERS CHANGED
MODE PARAMETERS CHANGED
LOG PARAMETERS CHANGED
RESERVATIONS PREEMPTED
COPY CANNOT EXECUSE SINCE HOST CANNOT DISCONNECT
COMMAND SEQUENCE ERROR
PERSISTENT PREVENT CONFLICT
COMMANDS CLEARED BY ANOTHER INITIATOR
INCOMPATIBLE MEDIUM INSTALLED
CANNOT READ MEDIUM - UNKNOWN FORMAT
CANNOT READ MEDIUM – INCOMPATIBLE FORMAT
CLEASNING CARTRIDGE INSTALLED
ENCLOSURE SERVICES FAILURE
UNSUPPORTED ENCLOSURE FUNCTION
ENCLOSURE SERVICES UNAVAILABLE
ENCLOSURE SERVICES TRANSFER FAILURE
ENCLOSURE SERVICES TRANSFER REFUSED
SAVING PARAMETERS NOT SUPPORTED
MEDIUM NOT PRESENT
MEDIUM NOT PRESENT-TRAY CLOSED
MEDIUM NOT PRESENT-TRAY OPEN
END OF MEDIUM REACHED
MEDIUM MAGAZINE NOT ACCESSIBLE
MEDIUM MAGAZINE REMOVED
MEDIUM MAGAZINE INSERTED
MEDIUM MAGAZINE LOCKED
MEDIUM MAGAZINE UNLOCKED
MECHANICAL POSITIONING OR CHANGER ERROR
INVALID BITS IN IDENTIFY MESSAGE
LOGICAL UNIT HAS NOT SELF-CONFIGURED YET
LOGICAL UNIT FAILURE
TIMEOUT ON LOGICAL UNIT
TARGET OPERATING CONDITIONS HAVE CHANGED
MICROCODE HAS BEEN CHANGED
CHANGED OPERATING DEFINITION
INQUIRY DATA HAS CHANGED
DIAGNOSTIC FAILURE ON COMPONENT NN (80H-FFH)
MESSAGE ERROR
INTERNAL TARGET FAILURE
SELECT OR RESELECT FAILURE
UNSUCCESSFUL SOFT RESET
SCSI PARITY ERROR
INITIATOR DETECTED ERROR MESSAGE RECEIVED
INVALID MESSAGE ERROR
COMMAND PHASE ERROR
DATA PHASE ERROR
20
DVD Premium Pro LightScribe Series
4C
4D
4E
53
53
55
57
5A
5A
5B
5B
5B
5B
5D
5D
5D
5E
5E
5E
5E
5E
63
63
64
65
73
80
00
NN
00
00
02
00
00
00
01
00
01
02
03
00
01
FF
00
01
02
03
04
00
01
00
00
00
xx
MICROBOARDS TECHNOLOGY, LLC
LOGICAL UNIT FAILED SELF-CONFIGURATION
TAGGED OVERLAPPED COMMANDS (NN=QUEUE TAG)
OVAERLAPPED COMMANDS ATTEMPTED
MEDIA LOAD OR EJECTED FAILED
MEDIUM REMOVAL PREVENTED
SYSTEM RESOURCE FAILURE
UNABLE TO RECOVER TABLE-OF-CONTENTS
OPERATOR REQUEST OR STATE CHANGE INPUT
OPERATOR MEDIUM REMOVAL REQUEST
LOG EXCEPTION
THRESHOLD CONDITION MET
LOG COUNTER AT MAXIMUM
LOG LIST CODES EXHAUSTED
FAILURE PREDICTION THRESHOLD EXCEEDED - Predicted Logical Unit Failure
FAILURE PREDICTION THRESHOLD EXCEEDED - Predicted Media Failure
FAILURE PREDICTION THRESHOLD EXCEEDED (FALSE)
LOW POWER CONDITION ON
IDLE CONDITION ACTIVATED BY TIMER
STANDBY CONDITION ACTIVATED BY COMMAND
IDLE CONDITION ACTIVATED BY COMMAND
STANDBY CONDITION ACTIVATED BY COMMAND
END OF USER AREA ENCOUNTERED ON THIS TRACK
PACKET DOES NOT FIT IN AVAILABLE SPACE
ILLEGAL MODE FOR THIS TRACK
VOLTAGE FAULT
CD CONTROL ERROR
VENDOR SPECIFIC
Write Errors
ASC
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00
00
00
00
00
00
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04
04
04
04
04
04
04
05
06
08
08
08
08
09
09
09
09
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0B
0B
0B
0C
ASCQ
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06
11
12
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00
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02
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04
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08
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01
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00
Description
NO ADDITIONAL SENSE INFORMATION
I/O PROCESS TERMINATED, PLAY OPERATION ABORTED
AUDIO PLAY OPERATION IN PROGRESS
AUDIO PLAY OPERATION PAUSED
AUDIO PLAY OPERATION SUCCESSFULLY
AUDIO PLAY OPERATION STOPPED DUE TO ERRPOR
NO CURRENT AUDIO STATUS TO RETURN
NO SEEK COMPLETE
LOGICAL UNIT NOT READY, CAUSE NOT REPORTABLE
LOGICAL UNIT IS IN PROCESS OF BECOMING READY
LOGICAL UNIT NOT READY, INITIALIZING CMD. REQUIRED
LOGICAL UNIT NOT READY, MANUAL INTERVENTION REQUIRED
LOGICAL UNIT NOT READY, FORMAT IN PROGRESS
LOGICAL UNIT NOT READY, OPERATION IN PROGRESS
LOGICAL UNIT NOT READY, LONG WRITE IN PROGRESS
LOGICAL UNIT DOES NOT RESPOND TO SELECTION
NO REFERENCE POSITION FOUND
LOGICAL UNIT COMMUNICATION FAILURE
LOGICAL UNIT COMUUNICATION TIME-OUT
LOGICAL UNIT COMMUNICATION PARITY ERROR
LOGICAL UNIT COMMUNICATION CRC ERROR (ULTRA-DMA/32)
TRACK FOLLOWING ERROR
TRACKING SERVO FAILURE
FOCUS SERVO FAILURE
SPINDLE SERVO FAILURE
ERROR LOG OVERFLOW
WARNING
WARNING-SPECIFIED TEMPERATURE EXCEEDED
WARNING-ENCLOSURE DEGRADED
WRITE ERROR
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0C
0C
0C
0C
0C
0C
11
11
15
15
15
16
16
16
16
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17
17
17
17
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17
17
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18
18
18
18
18
18
18
19
19
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19
1A
1B
1C
1C
1C
1D
20
21
21
24
25
26
26
26
26
26
27
27
27
27
27
27
27
28
02
03
07
08
09
0A
00
06
00
01
02
00
01
02
03
04
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
00
01
02
03
00
00
00
01
02
00
00
00
02
00
00
00
01
02
03
04
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
00
MICROBOARDS TECHNOLOGY, LLC
WRITE ERROR-RECOVERED WITH AUTO REALLOCATION
WRITE ERROR-RECOMMEND REASSIGNMENT
WRITE ERROR-RECOVERY NEEDED
WRITE ERROR-RECOVERY FAILED
WRITE ERROR-LOSS OF STREAMING
WRITE ERROR-PADDING BLOCKS ADDED
UNRECOVERED READ ERROR
CIRC UNRECOVERED ERROR
RANDOM POSITIONING ERROR
MECHANICAL POSITIONING ERROR
POSITIONING ERROR DETECTED BY READ OF MEDIUM
DATA SYNCHRONIZATION MARK ERROR
DATA SYNC ERROR-DATA REWRITTEN
DATA SYNC ERROR-RECOMMEND REWRITE
DATA SYNC ERROR-DATA ATUO-REALLOCATED
DATA SYNC ERROR-RECOMMEND REASSIGNMENT
RECOVERED DATA WITH NO ERROR CORRECTION APPLIED
RECOVERED DATA WITH RETRIES
RECOVERED DATA WITH POSITIVE HEAD OFFSET
RECOVERED DATA WITH NEGATIVE HEAD OFFSET
RECOVERED DATA WITH RETRIES AND/OR CIRC APPLIED
RECOVERED DATA USING PREVIOUS SECTOR ID
RECOVERED DATA WITHOUT ECC - DATA AUTO-REALLOCATED
RECOVERED DATA WITHOUT ECC - RECOMMEND REASSIGNMENT
RECOVERED DATA WITHOUT ECC - RECOMMEND REWRITE
RECOVERED DATA WITHOUT ECC - DATA REWRITTEN
RECOVERED DATA WITH ERROR CORRECTION APPLIED
RECOVERED DATA WITH ERROR CORR. & RETRIES APPLIED
RECOVERED DATA - DATA AUTO-REALLOCATED
RECOVERED DATA WITH CIRC
RECOVERED DATA WITH L-EC
RECOVERED DATA - RECOMMEND REASSIGNMENT
RECOVERED DATA - RECOMMEND REWRITE
RECOVERED DATA WITH ECC - DATA REWRITTEN
DEFECT LIST NOT ERROR
DEFECT LIST NOT AVAILABLE
DEFECT LIST ERROR IN PRIMARY LIST
DEFECT LIST ERROR IN GROWN LIST
PARAMETER LIST LENGTH ERROR
SYNCHRONOUS DATA TRANSFER ERROR
DEFECT LIST NOT FOUND
PRIMARY DEFECT LIST NOT FOUND
GROWN DEFECT LIST NOT FOUND
MISCOMPARE DURING VERIFY OPERATION
INVALID COMMAND OPERATION CODE
LOGICAL BLOCK ADDRESS OUT OF RANGE
INVALID ADDRESS FOR WRITE
INVALID FIELD IN CDB
LOGICAL UNIT NOT SUPPORTED
INVALID FIELD IN PARAMETER LIST
PARAMETER NOT SUPPORTED
PARAMETER VALUE INVALID
THRESHOLD PARAMETERS NOT SUPPORTED
INVALID RELEASE OF ACTIVE PERSISTENT RESERVATION
WRITE PROTECTED
HARDWARE WRITE PROTECTED
LOGICAL UNIT SOFTWARE WRITE PROTECTED
ASSOCIATED WRITE PROTECT
PERSISTENT WRITE PROTECT
PERSISTENT WRITE PROTECT
CONDITIONAL WRITE PROTECT
NOT READY TO READY CHANGE, MEDIUM MAY HAVE CHANGED
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29
29
29
29
29
2A
2A
2A
2A
2B
2C
28
29
2A
2A
2C
2C
2C
2C
2E
2F
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
31
31
32
32
35
35
35
35
35
37
39
3A
3A
3A
3D
3E
3E
3E
3F
3F
3F
3F
40
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
4A
4B
4C
4D
00
01
02
03
04
00
01
02
03
00
00
00
00
00
01
00
03
04
05
00
00
00
01
02
05
06
08
09
00
01
00
01
00
01
02
03
04
00
00
00
01
02
00
00
01
02
00
01
02
03
NN
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
NN
MICROBOARDS TECHNOLOGY, LLC
POWER ON, RESET, OR BUS DEVICE RESET OCCURRED
POWER ON OCCURRED
SCSI BUS RESET OCCURRED
BUS DEVICE RESET FUNCTION OCCURRED
DEVICE INTERNAL RESET
PARAMETERS CHANGED
MODE PARAMETERS CHANGED
LOG PARAMETERS CHANGED
RESERVATIONS PREEMPTED
COPY CANNOT EXECUSE SINCE HOST CANNOT DISCONNECT
COMMAND SEQUENCE ERROR
NOT READY TO READY CHANGE, MEDIUM MAY HAVE CHANGED
POWER ON, RESET, OR BUS DEVICE RESET OCCURRED
PARAMETERS CHANGED
MODE PARAMETERS CHANGED
COMMAND SEQUENCE ERROR
CURRENT PROGRAM AREA IS NOT EMPTY
CURRENT PROGRAM AREA IS EMPTY
PERSISTENT PREVENT CONFLICT
INSUFFICIENT TIME FOR OPERATION
COMMANDS CLEARED BY ANOTHER INITIATOR
INCOMPATIBLE MEDIUM INSTALLED
CANNOT READ MEDIUM - UNKNOWN FORMAT
CANNOT READ MEDIUM - INCOMPATIBLE FORMAT
CANNOT WRITE MEDIUM - INCOMPATIBLE FORMAT
CANNOT FORMAT MEDIUM - INCOMPATIBLE MEDIUM
CANNOT WRITE - APPLICATION CODE MISMATCH
CURRENT SESSION NOT FIXATED FOR APPEND
MEDIUM FORMAT CORRUPTED
FORMAT COMMAND FAILED
NO DEFECT SPARE LOCATION AVAILABLE
DEFECT LIST UPDATE FAILURE
ENCLOSURE SERVICES FAILURE
UNSUPPORTED ENCLOSURE FUNCTION
ENCLOSURE SERVICES UNAVAILABLE
ENCLOSURE SERVICES TRANSFER FAILURE
ENCLOSURE SERVICES TRANSFER REFUSED
ROUNDED PARAMETER
SAVING PARAMETERS NOT SUPPORTED
MEDIUM NOT PRESENT
MEDIUM NOT PRESENT - TRAY CLOSED
MEDIUM NOT PRESENT - TRAY OPEN
INVALID BITS IN IDENTIFY MESSAGE
LOGICAL UNIT HAS NOT SELF-CONFIGURED YET
LOGICAL UNIT FAILURE
TIMEOUT ON LOGICAL UNIT
TARGET OPERATING CONDITIONS HAVE CHANGED
MICROCODE HAS BEEN CHANGED
CHANGED OPERATING DEFINITION
INQUIRY DATA HAS CHANGED
DIAGNOSTIC FAILURE ON COMPONENT NN (80H-FFH)
MESSAGE ERROR
INTERNAL TARGET FAILURE
SELECT OR RESELECT FAILURE
UNSUCCESSFUL SOFT RESET
SCSI PARITY ERROR
INITIATOR DETECTED ERROR MESSAGE RECEIVED
INVALID MESSAGE ERROR
COMMAND PHASE ERROR
DATA PHASE ERROR
LOGICAL UNIT FAILED SELF-CONFIGURATION
TAGGED OVERLAPPED COMMANDS (NN=QUEUE TAG)
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DVD Premium Pro LightScribe Series
4E
51
51
53
53
55
57
5A
5A
5A
5A
5B
5B
5B
5B
5D
5D
5D
5D
5E
5E
5E
5E
5E
63
64
64
65
72
72
72
72
72
72
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
B6
B9
80
00
00
01
00
02
00
00
00
01
02
03
00
01
02
03
00
01
03
FF
00
01
02
03
04
00
00
01
00
00
01
02
03
04
05
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
00
00
FF
MICROBOARDS TECHNOLOGY, LLC
OVAERLAPPED COMMANDS ATTEMPTED
ERASE FAILURE
ERASE FAILURE - Incomplete erase operation detected
MEDIA LOAD OR EJECT FAILED
MEDIUM REMOVAL PREVENTED
SYSTEM RESOURCE FAILURE
UNABLE TO RECOVER TABLE-OF-CONTENTS
OPERATOR REQUEST OR STATE CHANGE INPUT
OPERATOR MEDIUM REMOVAL REQUEST
OPERATOR SELECTED WRITE PROTECT
OPERATOR SELECTED WRITE PERMIT
LOG EXCEPTION
THRESHOLD CONDITION MET
LOG COUNTER AT MAXIMUM
LOG LIST CODES EXHAUSTED
FAILURE PREDICTION THRESHOLD EXCEEDED FAILURE PREDICTION THRESHOLD EXCEEDED - Predicted Media Failure
FAILURE PREDICTION THRESHOLD EXCEEDED - Predicted Spare Area Exhaustion
FAILURE PREDICTION THRESHOLD EXCEEDED (FALSE)
LOW POWER CONDITION ON
IDLE CONDITION ACTIVATED BY TIMER
STANDBY CONDITION ACTIVATED BY COMMAND
IDLE CONDITION ACTIVATED BY COMMAND
STANDBY CONDITION ACTIVATED BY COMMAND
END OF USER AREA ENCOUNTERED ON THIS TRACK
ILLEGAL MODE FOR THIS TRACK
INVALID PACKET SIZE
VOLTAGE FAULT
SESSION FIXATION ERROR
SESSION FIXATION ERROR WRITING LEAD-IN
SESSION FIXATION ERROR WRITING LEAD-OUT
SESSION FIXATION ERROR - INCOMPATIBLE TRACK IN SESSION
EMPTY OR PARTIALLY WRITTEN RESERVED TRACK
NO MORE RZONE RESERVATIONS ARE ALLOWED
CD CONTROL ERROR
POWER CALIBRATIOIN AREA ALMOST FULL
POWER CALIBRATION AREA IS FULL
POWER CALIBRATION AREA ERROR
PROGRAM MEMORY AREA UPDATE FAILURE
PROGRAM MEMORY AREA/RMA IS FULL
PROGRAM MEMORY AREA/RMA IS (almost) FULL
MEDIA LOAD/EJECT MECHANISM FAILED
PLAY OPERATION ABORTED
VENDOR SPECIFIC
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DVD Premium Pro LightScribe Series
MICROBOARDS TECHNOLOGY, LLC
Specifications
DVD Recorder Drive:
Power Source:
Weight:
Dimensions:
Power supply:
Environment:
DVD-+R/RW/DL CD-R/RW Recorder
115V/230V 50-60Hz switchable power supply
58 pounds
7.48” (W) x 16.75” (D) x 24.5” (H)
400W
Temperature: 40°C (104°F) / 5°C (41°F)
Humidity: 20% - 80%
Supported Formats
Recording format
CD
DVD
CD
Recording capacity (nominal)
Applicable media
DVD
CD
DVD
CD-ROM Mode 1, CD-ROM XA Mode 2 (form 1, form 2),
Photo CD, CD-DA (Audio CD), CD-Extra, CD-R, CD-RW
DVD-ROM, DVD-+R/RW/DL, DVD-VIDEO
700MB
4.7GB for General DVD
8.3GB for Dual Layer
CD-R, CD-RW
DVD-+R, DVD-+RW, DVD-+R DL
Firmware Updates
Occasionally it may be necessary to load updated firmware on to the DVD Premium Pro Series
duplicator. Only those firmware versions recommended and provided by Microboards Technical
Support for this specific product should be installed. Installation of an incorrect firmware on any
Microboards Technology product may result in any remaining warranty being voided.
Technical Support
For technical questions or support issues, contact Microboards Technology technical support:
United States
PH: 952-556-1639
FAX: 952-556-1628
support@microboards.com
www.microboards.com
Europe
PH: +44 (0) 845 230 7800
www.microboards.co.uk
Japan
PH: 03-3561-2266
www.microboards.co.jp
Please have the Model and Serial Number of your duplicator available when contacting Technical
Support.
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DVD Premium Pro LightScribe Series
MICROBOARDS TECHNOLOGY, LLC
Tower Models (Stand-Alone and NET Series)
Any unauthorized modification to this equipment may result in the revocation by the FCC of the user’s
authority to operate this equipment.
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to
Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference
in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does
cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off
and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
•
•
•
•
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna
Increase the separation between the equipment and antenna
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different than that to which the receiver is connected
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help
This product is in conformity with the EMC Directive (89/336/EEC) through compliance with the following European
standards: EN 55022, EN 55024. The CE mark has been affixed in accordance with the CE Marking Directive
93/68/EEC.
Canadian Department of Communications (DOC) Statement
This Class B digital apparatus complies with the Canadian ICES-003 Issue 4:2004. Cet appareil numerique de la classe B est conforme a
la norme NMB-003 du Canade.
Rackmount Models
Any unauthorized modification to this equipment may result in the revocation by the FCC of the user’s
authority to operate this equipment.
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part
15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference, in which case the user will be
required to correct the interference at his own expense.
This product is in conformity with the EMC Directive (89/336/EEC) through compliance with the following
European standards: EN 55022, EN 55024. The CE mark has been affixed in accordance with the CE Marking
Directive 93/68/EEC.
Canadian Department of Communications (DOC) Statement
This Class A digital apparatus complies with the Canadian ICES-003 Issue 4:2004. Cet appareil numerique de la classe A est conforme a
la norme NMB-003 du Canade.
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