USER GUIDE
Aleratec
DVD/CD Stand-Alone Duplicators
Part No. 260155......... 1:1 DVD/CD Copy Cruiser Pro HS™
Part No. 260156......... 1:1 DVD/CD Copy Cruiser Pro HLS™
Part No. 260157......... 1:2 DVD/CD Copy Cruiser Pro HLX™
Copyright/Model Identification
The content of this manual is for informational purposes only and is subject to
change without notice.
This manual is copyright with all rights reserved. Under copyright laws, this
manual and the software described within may not be copied, except in the
normal use of the product(s) described within or to make a backup copy.
Copyright© 2007
Aleratec, Inc.
9851 Owensmouth Avenue
Chatsworth, CA 91311 U.S.A.
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Aleratec™, 1:1 DVD/CD Copy Cruiser Pro HS™, 1:1 DVD/CD Copy Cruiser
Pro HLS™, and 1:1 DVD/CD Copy Cruiser Pro HLX™ are trademarks of
Aleratec, Inc.
Please record the following information to help expedite any warranty claim:
Model No. _ _____________________ Serial No._________________________
Date Purchased ____________________________________________________
Place of Purchase __________________________________________________
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Radio/TV Interference Statement
The equipment described in this guide emits radio frequency energy. If it is
not installed in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions, it may cause
interference with radio or television reception.
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. If not
installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, this equipment
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 verified 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 the receiver.
• Connect the equipment to an electrical outlet on a circuit that is different
from the circuit to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult your dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
This equipment has been certified to comply with the limits for a Class B
computing device, pursuant to FCC Rules. In order to maintain compliance with
FCC regulations, shielded cables must be used with this equipment. Operation
with non-approved equipment or unshielded cables is likely to result in
interference to radio and TV reception. The user is cautioned that changes and/
or modifications made to this equipment, without the approval of manufacturer,
could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.
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Safety Regulations
WARNING
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the
unit to rain or moisture.
To avoid electrical shock, do not open the
cabinet. Refer servicing to authorized personnel
only.
CAUTION
As the laser beam in these DVD/CD Duplicators
is harmful to the eyes, do not attempt to
disassemble the cabinet. Refer servicing to
authorized personnel only.
The use of optical instruments with this product
will increase eye hazard.
This DVD/CD Duplicator is classified as a
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT.
The CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT label is
located on top of the internal drive enclosure.
CLASS 1
LASER PRODUCT
LASER KLASSE 1
PRODUKT
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Table of Contents
Introduction.............................................................................................. 2
Key Items – DVD/CD Duplicator.................................................................. 2
Front Panel...................................................................................................... 3
DVD/CD Copy Cruiser Pro Display Panel..................................................... 4
Precautions.............................................................................................. 5
Installation...................................................................................................... 5
Operation........................................................................................................ 5
Transportation................................................................................................. 5
Overview................................................................................................... 6
Main Menu...................................................................................................... 6
Subfunctions................................................................................................... 7
Using the DVD/CD Duplicator............................................................... 10
Inserting Discs.............................................................................................. 10
Ejecting Discs............................................................................................... 10
Power Up Sequence...................................................................................... 11
Quick Operating Sequence Overview.......................................................... 11
Main Menu.................................................................................................... 12
Setup...................................................................................................... 29
Advanced Setup..................................................................................... 41
Using the Duplicator as a DVD/CD-Recorder............................................. 51
Specifications........................................................................................ 53
Troubleshooting.................................................................................... 54
Technical Support................................................................................. 56
Technical Support FAX Back Form...................................................... 60
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Introduction
Thank you for purchasing this DVD/CD Duplicator. Please read this User Guide
thoroughly before using this product.
• Page 3 shows the front panel of the DVD/CD-ROM drive and the DVD/CD
Recorder used in the P/N 260155 and P/N 260156 DVD/CD Duplicators.
Note: The DVD/CD-ROM drive is the top drive. In the P/N 260157 DVD/CD
Duplicator, both drives are DVD/CD Recorders.
• Page 4 shows the Duplicator LCD Display Panel.
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Introduction
Key Items – DVD/CD Duplicator
DVD/CD-ROM Drive
or
DVD/CD Recorder
DVD/CD Recorder
Display Panel
Power Switch
Note: Choose a Good Location
1. Allow adequate clearance for moving parts.
2. Do not place near heat sources such as radiators or air ducts, or in a place
subject to direct sunlight, excessive dust, mechanical vibration or shock.
3. Good care will help assure maximum product life. Improper operating
environment and misuse may void the warranty.
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Introduction
Front Panel
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1 Disc Tray
This tray is for loading the disc. It will accept 120 mm and 80 mm discs.
Please place the disc in the exact center of the tray.
2 Emergency Eject Pinhole
In the event of loss of power or failure to open the tray by pressing the
Eject button, insert the straightened end of a large paper clip or similar rigid
object into the Emergency Eject hole to open the tray.
3 Drive LEDs
This indicator lights up when data is being accessed or when data is being
recorded on a disc.
4 Eject Button
This button is used to open or close the tray.
Note: Part Numbers 260155 and 260156 – DVD/CD-ROM Drive (Top) and DVD/
CD-Recorder (Bottom).
Note: Part Number 260157 – top drive in is a second DVD/CD Recorder.
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Introduction
DVD/CD Copy Cruiser Pro Display Panel
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ENT
ESC
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1. Display shows all functions and messages
2. ENT button is used to execute a selected function
3. ESC button is used to cancel a selected function
4. Up arrow is used to scroll up through functions or menus
5. Down arrow is used to scroll down through functions or menus
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Precautions
Before installing your DVD/CD Duplicator, please read the following.
Installation
Avoid placing the DVD/CD Duplicator in a location subject to:
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High humidity
High temperature
Excessive dust
Mechanical vibration
Direct sunlight
Electromagnetic radiation
Operation
Do not move the DVD/CD Duplicator during operation. This may cause it to
malfunction during operations.
Avoid exposing the duplicator to sudden changes in temperature as condensation
may form on the lens inside the duplicator. Operating the duplicator immediately
after a sudden increase in temperature may result in a malfunction during
playback or writing operations.
Note: The DVD/CD Duplicator must never be cleaned with a lens cleaning kit!
Transportation
Keep the original packing materials for future moving or shipping of the DVD/
CD Duplicator.
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Overview
Main Menu
This section provides a listing of the functions on the DVD/CD Duplicator.
Detailed descriptions of each function are given in the next section. The
functions are numbered for easy reference; these numbers are also used in the
next section.
There are 12 main menu items that will display in the DVD/CD Duplicator
Display Panel. These are:
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ENT
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1. Copy
7. Disc Info
ESC
ENT
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8. Select Source
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ENT
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2. Test
ENT
ESC
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9. Image
ESC
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ENT
ENT
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ENT
10. Edit Track
ENT
ESC
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ENT
11. Setup
ENT
ESC
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ENT
ESC
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6. Prescan
ESC
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5. Compare
ESC
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4. Verify
ESC
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3. Test & Copy
ESC
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12. Adv Setup
ESC
ENT
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ESC
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Note: Main Menu items “Select Source” (number 8) and “Image” (number 9) are
not supported.
Note: Main Menu items “Edit Track” (number 10) is for Audio disc only.
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Overview
Subfunctions
The main menu “Edit Track” (for Audio disc only) function has 4 subfunctions.
These are:
10.1 CD to CD Edit
10.2 (Not supported)
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10. Edit Track
ENT
ESC
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10.3 Play Audio Track
10.4 Close Session
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Subfunctions - continued
The main menu “Setup” function has 18 subfunctions. These are:
11.01 Language
11.02 CD Burn Speed
11.03 DVD Burn Speed
11.04 Read Speed (max.)
11.05 Auto Drive Start
11.06 Startup Menu
11.07 Auto Verify*
11.08 Auto Compare*
11.09 Auto Prescan*
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11. Setup
ENT
ESC
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11.10 Eject Disc*
11.11 Burn On The Fly*
11.12 Burn Mode*
11.13 Display Time
11.14 Button Sound*
11.15 Device Info (Not supported)
11.16 System Info
11.17 Quick Erase Disc
11.18 Full Erase Disc
Note: For functions with options, the default setting (where applicable) is
indicated with an asterisk (*).
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Subfunctions - continued
The main menu “Adv Setup” (Advanced Setup) function has 16 subfunctions.
These are:
12.01 UnderRun Protect*
12.02 Overburn*
12.03 Read Error Skip*
12.04 (not supported)
12.05 (not supported)
12.06 Burn-in
12.07 Update Firmware
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12. Adv Setup
ENT
ESC
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12.08 Compare Firmware
12.09 Hardware Diagnostic
12.10 Load Default
12.11 CD&G Format (Not supported)
12.12 ISRC
12.13 CD-Text (Not supported)
12.14 USB Option
12.15 USB Auto-Link
12.16 Use Big Block
Note: For functions with options, the default setting (where applicable) is
indicated with an asterisk (*).
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Using the DVD/CD Duplicator
Inserting Discs
1. Press the Eject button on the DVD/CD Recorder.
2. Place the disc in the tray. The printed (non-shiny) surface of the disc should
be up.
3. To close the tray, press the Eject button or lightly push the front center of
the tray.
Note:
• Never place two discs in the tray at the same time.
• Do not touch the surface of the disc where it has been recorded.
• When using a 120 mm disc, please place it in the center of the tray where you
are able to see the larger position specifically for the 120 mm disc.
• When using a 80 mm disc or Business Card CD-R, please place it in the
center of the tray where you can see the position for the 80 mm disc.
Ejecting Discs
Disc copies will Auto Eject upon completion of a successful copy. Discs can also
be manually ejected from the drives.
1. Press the drive’s Eject button.
2. Carefully lift the disc from the tray.
3. To close the tray, press the Eject button or lightly push the front center of
the tray.
Note:
• After the tray has been ejected and the disc has been removed or placed
onto the tray, make sure to close the tray to its original position to avoid the
accumulation of dust or miscellaneous items inside the tray.
• In case of emergency, insert the straightened end of a large paper clip or
similar rigid object into the Emergency Eject Pinhole to open the tray. Then
gently pull the tray out.
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Power Up Sequence
During the normal powering up sequence the DVD/CD Duplicator will preform
a self-test sequence.
Quick Operating Sequence Overview
• Select Copy function by pressing arrow button. Place the source DVD or
CD in the top drive. Place blank DVD-R/RW, DVD+R/RW, CD-R/RW, or
CD-RW media in the DVD/CD-Recorder. After the recorder detects the blank
DVD/CD disc, press the ENT button to start copying.
• When Copy is completed, a good disc copy will be ejected automatically.
Failed discs will remain in the DVD/CD-Recorder and can be ejected
manually. (Default setting: a good disc will be ejected. This can be changed;
see the Set Up section.) For continuous duplication, reload blank discs into
the DVD/CD-Recorder and repeat the procedure.
• A failed disc will remain in the DVD/CD-Recorder. (Default setting: A failed
disc is NOT ejected.) To manually eject a disc, press the ENT button to eject
a failed disc or press the eject button on the DVD/CD-Recorder to eject the
disc.
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Main Menu
Functions are selected with the arrow keys. The numbers correspond to the
Function listing in the previous section.
Copy
During the duplication process, data will be written to a blank DVD-R/RW,
DVD+R/RW, or CD-R/RW disc loaded in the Duplicator. Before starting the
duplication process, please make sure the source DVD/CD is placed in the
DVD/CD-ROM drive.
1. Place a blank DVD-R/RW, DVD+R/RW, or CD-R/RW disc into the DVD/
CD-Recorder; when the DVD/CD-Recorder detects the disc is present, press
the ENT button, and the duplicator will start copying.
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1. Copy
ENT
ESC
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2. The LCD will display the status of the copying process.
0%
74:00
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Copying
650.0MB
ENT
ESC
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3. When Copy is finished, the finished copy will be ejected automatically. Any
failed discs will remain in the DVD/CD-Recorder. Press the ENT button to
eject any failed discs.
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1. Copy
OK: 03
ENT
ESC
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Note: DVD-RW, DVD+RW, and CD-RW discs which already contain data can
also be used as blanks in the DVD/CD Duplicator. Any data stored on -RW discs
will be automatically erased before copying new data. Be sure you do not want
data on DVD-RW, DVD+RW, or CD-RW discs inserted as blanks as any DVD/
CD-RW discs inserted in the DVD/CD-Recorder to be used as blank media
will automatically be erased, and then the content from the source disc will be
recorded on them.
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Copy - continued
When copying audio CDs, it is highly recommended to copy at a speed of 16x or
lower to ensure the best possible quality audio reproduction. Go to “Setup” and
then “Burning Speed” to change copy speed before selecting tracks.
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Main Menu
Test
This function is a test process that simulates data being written to the DVD/
CD-R/RW disc, without actually burning a disc. When the test process is
complete, the DVD-R/RW or CD-R/RW discs will remain blank. For DVD-RW
or CD-RW discs that contain data, “Test” will quick erase all old data before
simulation. Therefore, never perform “Test” on DVD/CD-RW discs that contain
important data.
Note: Test is not supported by DVD+R/RW discs.
1. Press the ENT button to start the disc simulation, or press ESC to exit.
Pressing ESC before the simulation is complete will not affect the DVD-R/
CD-R disc and they will still remain blank.
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2. Test
ENT
ESC
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2. For DVD/CD-RW discs that contain data, Test will perform a Quick Erase
before the actual testing. Thus, never run Test on DVD/CD-RW discs that
contain important data.
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Erasing Disc
ENT
ESC
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3. The LCD will display the status of the erasing and testing of the DVD/CD.
0%
74:00
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Testing
650.0MB
ENT
ESC
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4. When the process is completed, the LCD will display the status.
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2. Test
OK: 03
ENT
ESC
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Main Menu
Test & Copy
This function will run Test described above before automatically starting the
Copy Function.
Note: Test & Copy is not supported by DVD+R/RW discs.
1. Press the ENT button to start the test and copy process. Before starting the
Copy function, the Test function as described above will be performed.
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3. Test & Copy
ENT
ESC
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2. When testing is completed, the duplicator will start writing data onto the
DVD/CD-R/RW disc. When the process is completed, the LCD will display
the status.
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Testing
650.0MB
0%
74:00
ENT
Copying
650.0MB
0%
74:00
ENT
ESC
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ESC
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3. When the process is completed, the LCD will display the status.
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3. Test & Copy
OK: 03
ENT
ESC
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Main Menu
Verify
This function will verify that the disc copies can be read correctly in a DVD/
CD-ROM after duplication. Leave the source disc in the DVD/CD-ROM, and
the duplicate disc in the DVD/CD-Recorder will be verified simultaneously.
1. Press the ENT button to start disc verifying, or press ESC to exit.
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4. Verify
ENT
ESC
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2. The LCD will display the status of the verification.
0%
74:00
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Verify
650.0MB
ENT
ESC
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3. When the process is completed, the LCD will display the result.
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4. Verify
OK: 03
ENT
ESC
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Main Menu
Compare
The function will compare the data on the source disc to the target discs after
disc copy.
1. Press the ENT button to do the disc compare, or press ESC to exit. Press
the ENT button again to show detailed “Compare” information. The LCD
display shows information for the source.
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5. Compare
ENT
ESC
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0%
74:00
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Compare
650.0MB
ENT
ESC
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2. When the comparison is completed, the LCD will display the result.
OK: 3
Diff: 0
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Compare
Fail: 0
ENT
ESC
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3. Press ENT again for the status of each copy.
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Src: 01 DVD/CD-ROM
Total:
650.0MB
ENT
ESC
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4. If the compare result is identical, the LCD will display the message shown.
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Src: 02 DVD/CD-RW
Identical
ENT
ESC
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Compare - continued
5. If the comparison fails, the LCD will display the number of discs that failed
and passed.
OK: 2
Diff: 0
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Compare
Fail: 1
ENT
ESC
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6. Press the ENT button again for the status of each copy.
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Src: 01 DVD/CD-ROM
Total: 0 Bytes
ENT
ESC
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7. If the comparison fails, the LCD will display the reason for the failure.
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Src: 02 DVD/CD-RW
TOC not match
ENT
ESC
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Main Menu
Prescan
This function will scan the source disc and determine if it can be read correctly
and test the reading speed. The reading speed of the source disc should be higher
than the writing speed for the target disc(s).
1. Press the ENT button to prescan the disc, or press ESC to exit.
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6. Prescan
ENT
ESC
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2. The LCD will display the status of the prescan.
0%
74:00
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Scanning
650.0MB
ENT
ESC
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3. If a disc can be read correctly, the LCD will display OK.
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Prescan OK!
ENT
ESC
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4. If it cannot read the source disc correctly, the LCD will display FAIL. A
FAIL disc cannot be copied.
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Prescan Fail!
ENT
ESC
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Main Menu
Disc Info
This function will show the track information of the source disc.
1. Press the ENT button to show the disc information, or press ESC to exit.
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7. Disc Info
ENT
ESC
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2. The LCD will display the results of the disc information.
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Total 02 Sessions
Total 10 Tracks
ENT
ESC
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3. Press the ENT button again and the LCD will display the time and capacity
of the source disc.
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Total 74:00
Total 10 Tracks
ENT
ESC
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4. Press the ENT button again, and use the arrow keys to display information
on the sessions.
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Session 01
Track 01 - 09
ENT
ESC
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5. Press the ENT button again, and use the arrow keys to display information
on the tracks.
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Track 01
AUDIO 03:54
ENT
ESC
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Main Menu
Select Source
Not supported.
Image
Not supported.
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Main Menu
Edit Track
Edit Track is a function that allows you to create your own audio compilation
CDs. Several tracks can be selected from different CDs and copied to one or
more blank CDs. When copying audio CDs, it is highly recommended to copy
at a speed of 16x or lower to ensure good quality audio reproduction. Go to
“Setup” and then “Burning Speed” to change copy speed before selecting tracks.
This function includes 4 subfunctions. These are:
• 10.1 CD to CD Edit
• 10.2 (Not supported)
• 10.3 Play Audio Track
• 10.4 Close Session
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Main Menu
Edit Track
10.1 CD to CD Edit
1. Insert a Source CD into the DVD/CD-ROM and the blank disc in the DVD/
CD-Recorder.
2. Use Up Arrow or Down Arrow to scroll through the menu until “Edit
Track” is displayed on the LCD screen. Press the ENT button to select or
press ESC to go to the next setting.)
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10. Edit Track
ENT
ESC
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3. Select “CD to CD Edit” displayed on the LCD screen.
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10. Edit Track
CD to CD Edit
ENT
ESC
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4. Press ENT and scroll to “Select Track” to select the track you want to copy.
Press the ENT button to select the track, a “+” will appear by the track
selected. Pressing the ENT button again will cancel the selection.
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03:25
Select Track:
+1/10
03:25
ENT
ESC
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Select Track:
1/10
ENT
ESC
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Edit Track - continued
5. Repeat for all tracks you want to copy. Then use the arrow keys to move to
“End”, then press the ENT button to finish disc editing. Use the arrow keys
to make “Yes” or “No” selection. Select “Yes” by pressing the ENT button.
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Select Track:
End
1Trk03:35
ENT
End edit disc
and burn? Yes
ENT
ESC
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ESC
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6. The LCD will display the status of the copying process. At the completion
of the copying process, the LCD will display the “Burn Complete!”
message. Press the ENT button to continue to step 7.
ENT
ESC
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Burn Complete!
OK: 03
Edit
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Copying
1/10 - > 1/1
ENT
ESC
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7. The system will display: “Continue Edit”, “Next Disc? Yes”. Use the arrow
keys to make “Yes” or “No” selection. To continue, select “Yes” to select
tracks from the next disc. Repeat steps 1 - 7 above. If yes is selected, the
source disc will be ejected. Insert another audio disc to be edited.
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Continue edit
next Disc? Yes
ENT
ESC
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Main Menu
Edit Track - continued
8. When you have finished and the display shows: “Continue Edit”, Next
Disc? Yes”, use the arrow keys to make “Yes” or “No” selection. Select
“No”.
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Continue edit
next Disc? No
ENT
ESC
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9. The system will ask to close the disc session. “Close all disc’s session?
Yes”. Use the arrow keys to make “Yes” or ‘No” selection. Select “Yes”.
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Close all disc’s
session? Yes
ENT
ESC
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10. LCD display will show the process of closing the session: “Closing Session
Please Wait —”.
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Closing Session
Please wait - - -
ENT
ESC
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Note: You will NOT be able to use the new audio CD until you close the
session.
11. When the session is closed, this message will be displayed.
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Closing Complete
OK:03
Fail:0
ENT
ESC
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Main Menu
Edit Track - continued
10.2 (Not supported)
10.3 Play Audio Track
By selecting “Play Audio” you can play music with your DVD/CD Duplicator.
You can connect headphones or speakers to the headphone jack on the DVD/
CD-ROM or the speaker jacks on the back of the unit.
1. Load the CD you want to play in that drive and press the ENT button to
play music. Press ESC to index to the next setting.
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10-03 Edit Track
Play Audio Track
ENT
Select Track
1/10
ENT
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04:25
ESC
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Playing Track-1
00:00 / 03:35
ESC
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ENT
ESC
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Main Menu
Edit Track - continued
10.4 Close Session
Selecting “Close Session” will finalize the disc; no further data can be added.
This function will make the disc readable on a normal CD player.
1. Press the ENT button to enter the setting, or press ESC to index to the next
setting.
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10-04 Edit Track
Close Session
ENT
ESC
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2. The system will ask to close the disc session. “Close all disc’s session?
Yes”. Use the arrow keys to make “Yes” or ‘No” selection. Select “Yes”.
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Close all disc’s
session? Yes
ENT
ESC
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3. LCD display will show the process of closing the session: “Closing Session
Please Wait —”.
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Close Session
Please Wait---
ENT
ESC
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4. When the session is closed, this message will show the passed and failed
discs.
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Close Complete
OK:03
Fail:0
ENT
ESC
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Main Menu
Setup
You can change the original default settings using this setup menu. There are
different settings to control the duplicator’s operation. In general, using the
original default settings for optimal performance is suggested.
This function includes 18 subfunctions. These are:
• 11.01 Language (LCD Type 1: English)
• 11.02 CD Burn Speed
• 11.03 DVD Burn Speed
• 11.04 Read Speed (Maximum)
• 11.05 Auto Drive Start
• 11.06 Startup Menu
• 11.07 Auto Verify
• 11.08 Auto compare
• 11.09 Auto Prescan
• 11.10 Eject Disc
• 11.11 Burn On The Fly
• 11.12 Burn Mode
• 11.13 Display Time
• 11.14 Button Sound
• 11.15 Device Info
• 11.16 System Info
• 11.17 Quick Erase Disc
• 11.18 Full Erase Disc
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Main Menu
Setup
11.01 Language (Optional)
This function selects the language shown on the display (English, Traditional
Chinese, Simplified Chinese, and Japanese).
1. To select, press the ENT button, or ESC to exit.

11-01. Setup
Language
ENT
ESC

11.02 CD Burn Speed
This setting controls the maximum CD writing speed of the DVD/CDRecorders. The default setting is “Auto”, which will use the highest writing
speed of the recorders. Sometimes maximum writing speed causes a high failure
rate due to poor CD quality or unstable CD writing due to high speed. Lowering
the writing speed will increase the probability of making successful copies.
1. Press the ENT button to change the setting, or ESC to exit.

11-02. Setup
CD Burn Speed
ENT
ESC

2. Use the arrow buttons to select the desired speed, then press the ENT
button.
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
CD Burn Speed
Auto
ENT
ESC

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11.03 DVD Burn Speed
This setting controls the maximum DVD writing speed of the DVD/CD
Recorders. The default setting is “Auto”, which will use the highest writing
speed of the recorders. Sometimes maximum writing speed causes a high failure
rate due to poor CD quality or unstable CD writing due to high speed. Lowering
the writing speed will increase the probability of making successful copies.
1. Press the ENT button to change the setting, or ESC to exit.

11-03. Setup
DVD Burn Speed
ENT
ESC

2. Use the arrow buttons to select the desired speed, then press the ENT
button.

DVD Burn Speed
Auto
ENT
ESC

11.04 Read Speed
This function sets the reading speed of the source DVD/CD-ROM.
1. Press the ENT button to change the setting, or ESC to exit.

11-04. Setup
Read Speed
ENT
ESC

2. Use the arrow buttons to select the desired reading speed, then press the
ENT button.

Read Speed
Maximum
ENT
ESC

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11.05 Auto Start Drive
The function of the Auto Start Drive is to copy or test automatically once blank
discs are loaded into recorders.
1. Default setting is “Off”. Press ENT button to change, or ESC to exit.

11-05. Setup
Auto Start Drive
ENT
Auto Start Drive
Off
ENT
ESC


ESC

11.06 Startup Menu
This function selects the menu item that will be the first item shown on the
display when you turn on the duplicator. The default setting is Copy.
1. Use the arrow buttons to select the desired item (1 - 11), then press the ENT
button.

ENT
Startup Menu
1.Copy
ENT
ESC


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Startup Menu
ESC

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11.07 Auto Verify
This setting controls auto verify on the target discs.
1. Default setting is “Off”; press the ENT button to change, or ESC to exit.

11-07. Setup
Auto Verify
ENT
Auto Verify
Off
ENT
ESC


ESC

11.08 Auto Compare
This setting controls auto compare of data between source and target discs after
copying.
1. Default setting is “Off”; press the ENT button to change, or ESC to exit.

11-08. Setup
Auto Compare
ENT
Auto Compare
Off
ENT
ESC


ESC

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11.09 Auto Prescan
This setting controls auto prescan of the master to verify that it can be read
properly, and also tests the reading speed.
1. Default setting is “Off”; press the ENT button to change, or ESC to exit.

ENT
Auto Prescan
Off
ENT
ESC


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11-09. Setup
Auto Prescan
ESC

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11.10 Eject Disc
This setting controls the ejection of discs by the DVD/CD-Recorder. Three
options are available: “Eject Good Only”, “Eject All Disc”, and “Do Not Eject”.
1. “Eject Good Only” will only eject the passed disc automatically and leave a
failed disc in the DVD/CD-Recorder.

11-10. Setup
Eject Disc
ENT
Eject Disc
Eject Good Only
ENT
ESC


ESC

2. “Eject All Disc” will eject the disc, whether it has passed or failed.

Eject Disc
Eject All Disc
ENT
ESC

3. If you select “Do Not Eject”, the disc will remain in the DVD/CD-Recorder
when the job is done and you will have to eject the disc from the DVD/CDRecorder manually. Press the ENT button to change the setting, or ESC to
exit.

Eject Disc
Do Not Eject
ENT
ESC

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11.11 Burn On The Fly
If a disc that contains data is placed in the source drive it will automatically
become the source and burn directly to the target drive with this setting “On”.
This setting should always be “On”. Data will copy directly from the source
drive to the target drives.
1. Default setting is “On”; press the ENT button to change, or ESC to exit.

11-11. Setup
Burn On The Fly
ENT
Burn On The Fly
On
ENT
ESC


ESC

11.12 Burn Mode
This setting controls the writing modes of the disc, including “Disc At Once”
(DAO) or “Track At Once” (TAO).
1. Default setting is “DAO”. Press the ENT button to change, or ESC to exit.

ENT
Burn Mode
DAO
ENT
ESC


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11-12. Setup
Burn Mode
ESC

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11.13 Display Time
This setting controls the time display.
1. Default setting is “On”; press the ENT button to change, or ESC to exit.

11-13. Setup
Display Time
ENT
Display Time
On
ENT
ESC


ESC

11.14 Button Sound
This setting controls the button sound.
1. Default setting is “On”; press the ENT button to change, or ESC to exit.

11-14. Setup
Button Sound
ENT
Button Sound
On
ENT
ESC


ESC

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11.15 Device Info
This function will show information about the DVD-ROM and the DVDRecorder.
1. Press the ENT button to see Device Information, or ESC to exit.

11-15. Setup
System Info
ENT
ESC

11.16 System Info
This function will show the system information on the display.
1. Press the ENT button to see the system information, or ESC to exit.
ENT
ESC


System Info

11-16. Setup
System Info
ENT
ESC

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11.17 Quick Erase Disc
This function is used for quickly erasing DVD/CD-RW discs.
Note: The Quick Erase Disc simply deletes the directory track, rather than
deleting all the data from the disc (contrast this with Full Erase Disc).
1. Press the ENT button to enter Quick Erase Disc, or ESC to exit. Use the
arrow keys to select Yes or No, and then press the ENT button to execute,
ESC to go back.

11-17. Setup
Quick Erase Disc
ENT
All data will be
lost, erase? Yes
ENT
Erasing disc
00:24 (Quick)
ENT
ESC


ESC


ESC

2. When the process is finished the display will show the status.

Quick Erase
OK:01
Fail:00
ENT
ESC

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11.18 Full Erase Disc
This function is similar to the [Quick Erase Disc], except it removes all the
data from the DVD/CD-RW disc. The more data on the DVD/CD-RW disc, the
longer time it takes to erase the disc.
1. Press the ENT button to enter Full Erase Disc, or ESC to exit. Use the
arrow keys to select Yes or No and then press the ENT button to execute,
ESC to go back.

11-18. Setup
Full Erase
ENT
All data will be
lost, erase? Yes
ENT
Erasing Disc
00:24 (Full)
ENT
ESC


ESC


ESC

2. When the process is finished the display will show the status.
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Full Erase
OK:01
Fail:00
ENT
ESC

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Main Menu
Advanced Setup
Some advanced setup functions allows users to change the system configuration.
Modification should only be made when you are fully familiar with all the
functions. To enter this function, press and hold the ESC button for about 2
seconds.
The main menu “Adv Setup” (Advanced Setup) function has 16 subfunctions.
These are:
• 12.01 UnderRun Protect
• 12.02 Overburn
• 12.03 Read Error Skip
• 12.04 (Not supported)
• 12.05 (Not supported)
• 12.06 Burn-in
• 12.07 Update Firmware
• 12.08 Compare Firmware
• 12.09 Hardware Diagnostic
• 12.10 Load Default
• 12.11 CD&G Format (Not supported)
• 12.12 ISRC
• 12.13 CD-TEXT (Not supported)
• 12.14 USB Option
• 12.15 USB Auto-Link
• 12.16 Use Big Block
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12.01 UnderRun Protect
This setting turns Buffer Under Run Protection (also known as “Burn Proof”,
“SafeBurn”, “JustLink”, “Seamless Link”, etc.) on or off.
1. Default setting is “On”; press the ENT button to change, or ESC to exit.

12-01. Adv Setup
UnderRun Protect
ENT
UnderRun Protect
On
ENT
ESC


ESC

12.02 Overburn
This function will allow you to burn a few MB more than the standard capacity
of the target Audio CD (e.g. 75 minutes of recording time vs. 74 minutes).
You can activate the overburn function of the DVD/CD-Recorder through this
setting.
1. Default setting is “Off”; press the ENT button to change, or ESC to exit.

ENT
Overburn
Off
ENT
ESC


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Overburn
ESC

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12.03 Read Error Skip
You can set error skipping function while reading discs with errors. The default
setting is “Off”. If an error is detected during source loading, the duplicator will
stop loading and display the error message. If the setting is “On”, there will be
no message shown even if there is an error in reading. You can use this function
to copy some DVD/CDs with errors.
1. Press the ENT button to change, or ESC to exit.

12-03. Adv Setup
Read Error Skip
ENT
Read Error Skip
Off
ENT
ESC


ESC

12.04 Not Supported
12.05 Not Supported
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12.06 Burn-in
Burn-in is a test function. You can set up to test continuously or for a specified
number of cycles.
1. Load Blank DVD/CD media in the DVD/CD-Recorder and a source disc in
the DVD/CD-ROM drive. The copy process will be simulated, but data will
not be written to the target discs.
Note: Burn In is not supported by DVD+R/RW discs.
2. Go to Burn-in and press the ENT button to enter. You can select Test to
simulate duplication of DVDs/CDs or Erase and Copy to test DVD/CD-RW
erase and write. Use the arrow key to select Continuous or the number of
test cycles you want to run. Press the ENT button to start the test, or ESC to
go back to manual operation.

12-06. Adv Setup
Burn-in
ENT
Burn-in
Test
ENT
Set Burn-in num:
Run Continuous
ENT
ESC


ESC


ESC

3. Select “Erase&Copy” to test erasing and rewriting to DVD/CD-RW discs
only.
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
Burn-in
Erase&Copy
ENT
ESC

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12.07 Update Firmware
This function is to update your firmware.
1. Make sure there are no discs in the system. Place the disc that contains the
latest firmware data into the DVD/CD-ROM. During updating, do not turn
off the power to the machine, since the updating will not be finished until
the machine resets itself.
2. Press ENT to update. Display will ask if you want to update. Select YES,
then press the ENT button. Do not turn the power off until the update
finishes and the machine resets to COPY.

12-07. Adv Setup
Update Firmware
ENT
Searching F/W--XXX/XXXXX
ENT
ESC


ESC

Procedure to make the Firmware disc:
a. Get the latest firmware download from the Aleratec website at
www.aleratec.com.
Note: Be careful to download the correct firmware; if incorrect firmware
is used the duplicator will not function
b. Unzip the firmware and write the file “cdxxx.bin” to a blank DVD/
CD-R or DVD/CD-RW disc. The Session of the disc has to be closed.
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12.08 Compare Firmware
This function compares the current version firmware with the latest version
when the firmware disc is placed into the DVD/CD-ROM.
1. Place the disc that contains the latest firmware data into the DVD/CDROM.

12-08. Adv Setup
Compare Firmware
ENT
ESC

12.09 Hardware Diagnostic
This function will detect the devices connected to the duplicator’s controller and
display information on the hardware.
1. Move to Hardware Diagnostic with the arrow keys and press the ENT
button to enter.

12-09. Adv Setup
H/W Diagnostic
ENT
ESC

2. The display will prompt you first for the button test. Follow the instructions
on the display to test each button.

 Enter ESC
Hold ESC to Exit
ENT
ESC

3. After the button function test, the system will self test and then display Test
Finished.

Test Finished
ENT
ESC

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12.10 Load Default
This function resets the Duplicator’s settings back to their factory default values.
1. By pressing the ENT button, the duplicator will be reset to it’s factory
default settings.

12-10. Adv Setup
Load Default
ENT
Load Default
Config? Yes
ENT
Load Default
OK
ENT
ESC


ESC


ESC

12.11 CD+G (Not supported)
12.12 ISRC & MCN
ISRC & MCN mean the information of international standard recording code
such as writer, country, year of publication, etc., can be written into each track.
1. Default setting is “Off”; press the ENT button to change, or ESC to exit.

12-12. Adv Setup
ISRC & MCN
ENT
ISRC & MCN
Off
ENT
ESC


ESC

12.13 CD-TEXT (Not supported)
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Advanced Setup - continued
12.14 USB Option
This function lets you connect the Duplicator to a computer. Be sure that your
computer supports USB 2.0.
Note: When the USB option is off, “14. USB Mode” will be hidden; that is, it won’t
appear in the first layer of the function menu. Only “12. Adv Setup” will appear.
When the USB option is on, the original “12. Adv Setup” will change to “12.14
Adv Setup”.
There are two ways to enter USB Mode: Auto and Manual.
1. Auto: The Duplicator has auto link. It will enter “USB L. H Mode” simply
by connecting the USB cable to the USB port of the Duplicator and the
USB port of your computer. The display will appear as shown at the left.
When you are finished with USB Mode, simply disconnect the USB cable
from the computer, and the Duplicator will switch to Stand Alone.

ENT
USB L. H Mode
D1: Mult
D2: Mult
ENT
ESC


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ESC

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12.14 USB Option
2. Manual: Press the Down Arrow to see the following display. Here you can
switch back to standalone mode (copy mode).

Copy Mode
ENT
ESC

3. Press ENT and the display will change to the following display. Press the
Down Arrow to switch to Yes. Press ENT and the Duplicator will switch
back to the standalone duplicator mode (copy mode).

Back to SA Mode
No
ENT
ESC

4. To go back to USB Mode, go to menu item “12.14 USB Mode” and press
ENT. Press the Down Arrow to switch to Yes.

Switch USB Mode
No
ENT
ESC

5. Press ENT and the display be as shown.

USB L. H Mode
D1: Mult
D2: Mult
ENT
ESC

Now you are back in computer connect USB mode. From here, you can return to
the Auto Link mode. Make sure the USB cable is connecting the Duplicator to
your computer, and switch the Duplicator’s power switch to OFF and then back
to ON.
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12.15 USB Auto-Link Option
1. Press ENT and use the up and down arrows to toggle between ON and
OFF. With USB Auto-Link ON, the controller will enter “USB L. H Mode”
simply by connecting the USB cable to the USB port of the Duplicator and
the USB port of your computer.

USB L. H Mode
D1: Mult
D2: Mult
ENT
ESC

2. When you are finished with USB Mode, simply disconnect the USB cable
from the computer, and the Duplicator will switch to Stand Alone.
12.16 Use Big Block
1. Press ENT and use the up and down arrows to toggle between ON and OFF.
When ON, Big Block enables the use 128-byte blocks for more efficient
high speed (12x, 16x, 20x) DVD burning.
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Using the Duplicator as a DVD/CD-Recorder
The DVD/CD Duplicator can be used as a DVD/VD-Recorder. Installation
consists of connecting the Duplicator to your computer, and installing the
software on your computer.
1. Connect the Duplicator to your computer.
▪▪ Connect the USB 2.0 Data Cable to the Duplicator.
Align and gently attach the USB 2.0 Data Cable.
USB 2.0 Connector
Power Connector
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▪▪ Connect the USB 2.0 Data Cable to the Duplicator.
Align and gently insert the USB 2.0 Data Cable into an available USB
2.0 port on your computer, making sure you do not bend the connector.
▪▪ For P/N 260147 and 260148 and systems running Windows 98SE only:
Install the USB 2.0 Drivers.
If you are running Windows 98SE: After your computer starts up, insert
the USB 2.0 Driver Software in your computer’s DVD/CD-ROM drive,
and run the driver install program to complete your installation.
Note: This step is not needed if you are not running Windows 98SE.
2. Go to Adv Setup step 13 and switch to USB Mode. Your computer should
recognize the DVD/CD-Recorder in the DVD/CD Duplicator.
3. Install the software from the included CD.
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Loading Mechanisms
Supported Media Types
Supported Formats
Recording Modes
Copy Speed
Power Requirements
Dimensions
(height x width x depth)
Weight
Warranty
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Tray
DVD-R/RW
DVD+R/RW
CD-R
CD-RW
120mm, mini CD (8cm/3”)
Business Card CD
Most Industry Standard DVD and CD Formats
Disk-at-Once
Track-at-Once
Session-at-Once
Selectable
115-230 VAC Auto Switching
17cm x 17.8cm x 28.9cm
(6 5/8” x 7”x 11 3/8”)
4.6 kg (10.1 lbs)
Limited 1 Year Parts and Labor
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Troubleshooting
If your DVD/CD Duplicator is not performing as expected, refer to the
symptoms in the following table, and follow the suggested corrective action.
Symptoms
Corrective Action
No message on display or • Check the power cord and the power outlet.
the unit does not operate
Reset power-on (turn power off, wait 10
when power on.
seconds, turn power back on).
Display shows an error
• During an operation like “Copy”, “Test”, or
message.
“Compare and Verify”, if you press the ESC
button to abort the operation, an Error message
will display. Aborting may cause the DVD/
CD-Recorder to hang up, and you will have
to restart the duplicator to be back in normal
operation.
• Failure to read the source may produce an error
message on the display. Change to another
source DVD/CD and try again.
• During operation, if there is a reading error,
buffer under-run error, or writing error, the
display will show an error message such as
“Pass xx”, “Failed xx”.
• If there is no drive detected by the Duplicator
while power-on, the display will show an error
message before entering the main menu.
• Check the format and the surface of the source
DVD/CD-ROM cannot
disc.
read the disc and displays
• Use the DVD/CD-Recorder to read the source.
an error message (P/N
260147 and 260148).
If it works, the DVD/CD-ROM may be
defective or the disc may not be compatible
with the DVD/CD-ROM.
Buttons do not function.
• May still be busy with last task.
• Button malfunction.
• Faulty circuit board.
Copy completed but
• Use Compare function to check.
DVD/CD-R disc is not
• Try the disc in another DVD/CD-ROM drive.
readable/executable.
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Symptoms
The failure rate is high.
Can not boot-up or fail to
upgrade BIOS.
Corrective Action
• Lower the speed of the DVD/CD-Recorder and
try again.
• Quality of blank disc is poor.
• Contact Aleratec Technical Support.
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Technical Support
After reading this User Guide, if you need additional assistance with this
product, please contact Aleratec Technical Support. Our technical staff will be
happy to assist you, but they may need your help to better assist you. Calling
Aleratec Technical Support without all the necessary information can be both
time consuming and frustrating. Therefore, please try to have the following
information ready before calling:
1. Part Number - the part number is located on the bottom of the DVD/CD
Super Copy Tower HS.
2. Serial Number - the serial number is located on the back of the DVD/CD
Super Copy Tower HS.
3. Troubles - your questions about the DVD/CD Super Copy Tower HS. Please
provide enough information about your problems so our technical staff can
recreate and diagnose it.
Technical Support Addresses and Phone Numbers
XX By e-mail: support@aleratec.com
XX By Telephone: 1-818-678-0484
Technical Support Group can be reached 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Pacific
Time, Monday through Friday, excluding U.S. holidays.
Please try to call from a phone near your computer system.
XX Access is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, via:
The World Wide Web at: www.aleratec.com
FAX at: 1-818-678-0483
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Service and Support
Aleratec, Inc., Limited Warranty
This Limited Warranty covers defects encountered in the course of normal
use of this product and does not apply to damage from improper use, abuse,
accidents, unauthorized service, or inadequate packaging when shipping the
product to Aleratec, Inc.
Aleratec, Inc. provides the following limited warranty for this product only
if the product was originally purchased for use, not re-sale, from Aleratec,
Inc., an Aleratec, Inc. authorized dealer or distributor, or any other Aleratec,
Inc. approved reseller for this product. This product is warranted to be free
from defects in workmanship and material for a period of one year from the
date of your original purchase.
If the product fails during normal and proper use within the warranty
period, Aleratec, Inc. will, at its option, repair or replace the product at no
cost (except shipping and insurance). This limited warranty does not include
service to repair damage from improper installation, accident, disaster,
misuse, abuse, or modifications to the subsystem, or by any other causes
unrelated to defective materials or workmanship.
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Please Note:
This Warranty is valid only within the United States and Puerto Rico, and
applies only to products that are new and unopened on the date of purchase.
For areas outside the United States and Puerto Rico, contact the authorized
dealer from whom you purchased this product to determine which warranty,
if any, applies.
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY CONSTITUTES YOUR SOLE AND
EXCLUSIVE REMEDY, AND THE SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE
LIABILITY OF ALERATEC, INC., AND IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER
WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
LIMITED TO ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY
OF ITEMS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
Your sole remedy shall be repair or replacement, with new or refurbished
components, as provided in this Limited Warranty. Aleratec, Inc. shall not
be liable for any direct, indirect, special incidental products or consequential
damages, including, but not limited to, any loss of data or loss of profits
or business, regardless of the form of action or theory of liability resulting
from any defect in, or use of, this product (even if Aleratec, Inc. has been
advised of the possibility of such damages).
In any event, the liability of Aleratec, Inc. under this Limited Warranty, for
damages to you or any third party, regardless of the form of action or theory
of liability, shall not exceed the purchase price you paid for this product.
Some states do not allow limitations of the disclaimer of implied warranties,
the period an implied warranty lasts, or the exclusion or limitation of
incidental or consequential damages, so the exclusions and limitations
stipulated in this Limited Warranty may not apply to you. This Limited
Warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may have other rights
which vary from state to state.
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Service and Support
To Obtain Warranty Service:
You must ship your subsystem to the authorized dealer where your
subsystem was purchased within the one year warranty period and no later
than thirty days after discovery of claimed defect, whichever occurs first.
In either case, you must provide proof of original purchase before any
warranty service can be performed. Products and parts provided as a result
of warranty service may be other than new but will be in good working
order and become your property at the time of exchange. At the same time,
the exchanged products or parts become the property of Aleratec, Inc.
When shipping the subsystem for service, you agree to insure the
Duplicator, to prepay shipping charges, and to use the original shipping
container or equivalent. Any service outside the scope of this limited
warranty shall be at Aleratec, Inc.’s or its Authorized Service Provider’s
rates and terms then in effect.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights; you may also have other
rights which vary from state to state.
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Technical Support FAX Back Form
Aleratec, Inc.
Technical Support Fax Back Form
Please record the following information to help expedite any warranty claim:
Model No.:_ _____________ Serial No.: ________________________________
Date Purchased ____________________________________________________
Place of Purchase:__________________________________________________
To: Technical Support Group FAX: 1-818-678-0483
FROM:_ _____________________FAX: ________________________________
E-MAIL _________________________
RE:_ ________________________TEL: ________________________________
DATE:_______________________ # OF PAGES: _ _______________________
I am experiencing the following problems with my DVD/CD Duplicator:
________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________
By answering these questions, your problem will be solved more rapidly. Make
copies as necessary. You can reach us electronically at: www.aleratec.com on the
internet.
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Document Number: 9399038_ENG_Rev. B Specifications subject to change without notice. Copyright © 2007
Aleratec, Inc.
9851 Owensmouth Avenue
Chatsworth, CA 91311 U.S.A.
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