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Addonics Technologies AJCHDIS User`s guide
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T E C H N O L O G I E S
Jupiter Combo Hard Drive
For the following models:
AJCHDIU, AJCHDIF, AJCHDIS
AJCHDSAU, AJCHDSAF, AJCHDSAS
User’s Guide
Version 1.0
FCC Warning Statement
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 instructions,
it may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is
no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If the
equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the equipment on and off, the user is
encouraged to try and correct the interference by one or more of the following
suggestions.
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna
• Increase the distance between the equipment and the receiver
• Connect the equipment to a different power outlet other than the
one where receiver is connected
• Consult a certified television or radio technician
LIMITED WARRANTY
Addonics guarantees that every product is free from physical defects in material
and workmanship during the warranty period specified for each product when
used within the limits set forth in th e Specifications section in the user guide.
Unauthorized tampering of the product or using it outside the scope of the
product specifications will result in voiding the warranty. If the product proves
defective during this warranty period, call Addonics Technical Support to
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Contents
FCC Warning ................................................................................... 1
Limited Warranty ............................................................................ 1
Contents............................................................................................ 2
Chapter 1 General Information ......................................................... 3
Features............................................................................ 3
Chapter 2 Jumper Setting for Jupiter Combo Hard Drive................4-5
Chapter 3 Hardware Installation Guide .......................................... 6-9
Jupiter Combo Hard Drive ........................................ 10-13
Optional Hardware ................................................... 14-15
Chapter 4 Attaching USIB Interface Cable ..................................... 16
Chapter 5 USB2.0 USIB Interface Cable Driver Installation ...... 17-18
Serial ATA USIB Interface Cable Driver Installation .... 19
Firewire USIB Interface Cable Driver Installation ......... 20
How to use Disk Management ................................... 21-22
Technical Support & Contact Information................................ …23
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Chapter 1
General Information
The Addonics Technologies Jupiter Combo Hard Drive is a portable 2.5” Hard
Disk Drive kit.
Features
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Stylished and rugged black anodized aluminum housing
Compact size and light weight
Shock proof - up to 3 feet drop damage protection for the hard drive
Easy hard drive installation
Choice of standard or encryption drive enclosure
The most versatile hard drive kit in the market
Connect as an External Hard drive to any computer via USB2.0,
Firewire/iLink and Serial ATA port (only one of these cables is included in
Turn any 2.5” hard drives into external hard drive or removable hard drive
Use as a removable Hard Drive on Desktops PC
Plug & Play Operation under Windows 98SE, Me, 2000, XP and 2003
Server
Portable: Fits any Briefcase or Notebook PC Case.
Jupiter Combo Hard Drive
Item Number
AJCHDIU
AJCHDIF
AJCHDIS
AJCHDSAU
AJCHDSAF
AJCHDSAS
Product Description
Jupiter Combo Hard Drive USB 2.0 for 2.5” IDE hard
drive
Jupiter Combo Hard Drive Firewire/iLink for 2.5” IDE
hard drive
Jupiter Combo Hard Drive SATA for 2.5” IDE hard drive
Jupiter Combo Hard Drive USB 2.0 for 2.5” SATA hard
drive
Jupiter Combo Hard Drive Firewire/iLink for 2.5” SATA
hard drive
Jupiter Combo Hard Drive SATA for 2.5” SATA hard
drive
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Chapter 2
Jumper Settings Inside the Jupiter Combo Hard Drive Case
A. Settings when Jupiter ExDrive is used as an External Enclosure
1. If the Jupiter ExDrive will be used externally with the external AC adapter,
the switch from the case must be switch to the right, labeled EXT to grab
power from external power supply.
Application: Jupiter ExDrive can be set to receive power EXT and be used
with three types of USIB cables: USB2.0 USIB, Firewire USIB & SATA USIB
2.
If the Jupiter ExDrive will be used externally without the external AC
adapter, the switch from the case must be switch to the left, labeled INT to
grab power from system.
Application: Jupiter ExDrive can be set to receive power INT and be used with
the following types of USIB cables: USB2.0 USIB & Firewire USIB
FOR 2.5” IDE HARD DISK DRIVE
Note: We recommend setting the hard drive to MASTER mode/setting at all
times. (Default setting)
J4 Pin Definition for Master Setting
Hard Drive Brand
Hitachi
NEC
Fujitsu
Toshiba
Seagate
J4 Jumper Setting
Pin 1~6 Open
J1 Pin Definition for USIB Interface
Hard Drive Setting
Master
J1 Jumper Setting
Pin 3 - Pin 5 Short
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FOR 2.5” SATA HARD DISK DRIVE
J2 Pin Definition for USIB Interface
Pin 3 - Pin 5 shorted
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Chapter 3
Hardware Installation Guide
FOR 2.5” IDE HARD DISK DRIVE
top cover
2.5” hard drive
shock
absorbers
IDE connector
switch
PCB
bottom cover
screw
FOR 2.5” SATA HARD DISK DRIVE
top cover
2.5” SATA hard drive
shock
absorbers
SATA
connector
PCB
switch
bottom cover
screw
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Step 1
Separate the top from the bottom cover
of the drive enclosure by loosening the
screw as shown on the photo.
Step 2
(IDE HDD)
Align the male IDE connector on the
2.5” hard drive with the female IDE
connector on the PCB.
(SATA HDD)
Align the SATA connector in the 2.5”
hard drive with the SATA connector on
the PCB.
Push the hard drive till the connector pins on the har d drive is fully seated
inside the connector on the PCB.
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Step 3
Wrap the shock absorbers around the hard
drive and PCB.
Step 4
Turn over the PCB and secure the hard
drive to the PCB with the mounting screws
that come with the kit.
Step 5
Mount the board to the bottom cover.
Step 6
Put the top cover on by holding it in near
vertical position and sliding the two metal
clips inside the two small slots on the rear
of the bottom cover.
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Step 7
Lower the front of the top cover and
making sure the two covers lined up
properly. Tighten the small retaining
screw on the front of the bottom cover
to close the enclosure.
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Jupiter Combo Hard Drive
Note: Combo hard drive is the combination of Jupiter ExDrive kit and the IDE
cartridge cradle.
Allows a 2.5” Jupiter ExDrive to be used as an external hard drive and also be
plug-in to a desktop computer internally. You may use an available 3.5” Floppy
bay like the image shown below to install the Jupiter ExDrive cradle. If none is
available you can mount one to a 5.25” bay with mounting brackets to fit the
bay.
Jupiter ExDrive is used as External Enclosure
USIB Interface
Cable
Jupiter
External power
input jack (for
use as external
Note: Use the jumper settings in chapter 2 for the above configuration
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Jupiter ExDrive is used as an Internal Enclosure
Power Socket
40 Pin IDE
Connector
MC-36 Pin
Connector
Note: Use the jumper settings on the next page for the above configuration
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Configuration: Jupiter Cipher ExDrive enclosure is inside mobile rack.
Mobile rack is connected to the IDE Controller on the mainboard with an
IDE cable.
FOR 2.5” IDE HARD DISK DRIVE
A. Jupiter ExDrive is set to MASTER
Hard Drive
Brand
Hitachi
NEC
Fujitsu
Toshiba
Seagate
Hard Drive
Setting
Master
J4 Jumper
Setting
Pin 1~6 Open
J1 Jumper
Setting
Pin 1 – Pin 3 Short
Pin 2 – Pin 4 Short
B. Jupiter ExDrive is set to SLAVE
Hard Drive
Brand
Hitachi
NEC
Fujitsu
Seagate
Toshiba
Hard Drive
Setting
Slave
J4 Jumper
Setting
Pin 1 – Pin 2 Short
Pin 3 – Pin 4 Short
J1 Jumper
Setting
Pin 1 – Pin 3 Short
Pin 2 – Pin 4 Short
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FOR 2.5” SATA HARD DISK DRIVE
J2 Pin Definition for USIB Interface
Pin 1 - Pin 3 shorted
Pin 2 - Pin 4 shorted
Since the Jupiter Mobile Rack will be use internally without external AC
adapter, the switch from the case must be switch to the left, labeled INT to grab
power from system.
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Optional Hardware
A.
SATA Cartridge Cradle System
4-pin Molex
power connector
for PC power
supply
2-pin connector on
the PCB board
SATA connector
IDE to SATA
converter
2-pin connector on the
IDE to SATA converter
board
For Win98SE, Me, 2000 and XP
Note: There are no drivers needed to use the Serial ATA cable as long as the
drivers are installed for the Serial ATA Controller card/chip. It is plug and
play.
Hot Swap using Serial ATA connection is supported only on host controller
using Silicon Image chipset.
Disk Management for Windows 98
Note: Refer to the SATARAID Management Utility Manual
SATARAID Manual V1.30 (for non-RAID5 Controllers) found in the
Addonics Technologies website
B.
USB 2.0/1.1 Cartridge Cradle System
4-pin Molex
power connector
for PC power
supply
2-pin connector on
the PCB board
USB connector
2-pin connector on the
IDE to USB converter
board
IDE to USB2.0
converter
Note: The Hot Swap feature for the above configurations is enabled by the
connection of the power cable connected to the 2-pin connector on the PCB
board on the cradle and the 2-pin connector on the IDE to SATA or IDE to
USB converter boards. With this feature you can remove the Jupiter ExDrive
from the cradle without shutting down the system.
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Jumper Settings for Internal Cartridge Cradle System
FOR 2.5” IDE HARD DISK DRIVE
Jupiter ExDrive is set to MASTER
Hard Drive
Brand
Hitachi
NEC
Fujitsu
Toshiba
Seagate
Hard Drive
Setting
Master
J4 Jumper
Setting
Pin 1~6 Open
J1 Jumper
Setting
Pin 1 – Pin 3 Short
Pin 2 – Pin 4 Short
FOR 2.5” SATA HARD DISK DRIVE
J2 Pin Definition for USIB Interface
Pin 1 - Pin 3 shorted
Pin 2 - Pin 4 shorted
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Chapter 4
Attaching USIB interface cable
USIB connector for
use with the
Addonics USIB
interface cable
External power input
jack (for use as external
hard drive)
Addonics USIB
interface cable
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Chapter 5
5.1
USB2.0 USIB Cable (Model: AAUSBC-309)
Note:
USB Jupiter ExDrive is Plug and Play under Windows XP, 2000 and
98Me. There is no third party driver needed.
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Since USB 2.0 Hi-Speed is an evolution of the existing USB 1.1
specification, it is fully forward and backward compatible with current
USB systems.
If you do not have an USB2.0 port, you may install an optional USB2.0
adapter or controller
Driver Installation for Win98 and Win98SE
Downloading the USB2.0 USIB Cable Driver from the Addonics Driver
Disk
1. Insert the Addonics Driver Disk in the CDROM drive. The Addonics
Driver Disk window opens.
2. Select Drivers > Interface Cables Drivers > USB2.0 Cable (AAUSBC-309)
Win98/98SE Only.
3. The Winzip Self-Extractor –AT2LP.exe window opens. Unzip file in My
Documents.
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Driver Installation for Win98 and Win98SE
1. Make sure your computer is up and running.
2. Insert the USB2.0 USIB cable to the USB Port.
3. A "New Hardware Found" message shall pop up, click Next.
4. “What do you want Windows to do?” message opens. Select “Search for
the best driver for your device,” click Next.
5. “Specify Location” message opens. Point to the location of
C:\mass_storage_601where you unzip the files for the driver. Click Next.
6. “Driver file search for the device %VID_ODBF&PID_0303%” then
Building a driver database message opens. Let Windows finish the
installation and click Finish.
Disk Management for Windows 98
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Select Start > Setting > Control Panel > System. The System Properties
window opens.
Select the Device Manager tab, under Device type, Disk Drives, select your
new hard drive. Click the Properties button.
Select the Settings tab and under the Options box, click the Removable
check box. The Reserved drive letters box becomes active. Select the drive
letter for your new drive. Click Ok.
Click Yes to restart your system to make changes take effect.
Double click My Computer icon and there should be an extra drive letter
for the Jupiter ExDrive drive. You may now access the drive.
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5.2
SATA USIB Cable (Model: AASAC-605)
For Win98SE, Me, 2000 and XP
Note: There no drivers needed to use the Serial ATA cable as long as the
drivers are installed for the Serial ATA Controller card/chip. It is plug and
play.
Disk Management for Windows 98
Note:
Refer to the SATARAID Management Utility Manual
SATARAID Manual V1.30 (for non-RAID5 Controllers) found in the
Addonics Technologies website
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5.3
FIREWIRE USIB Cable (Model: AAFWC-406)
Note: Firewire Jupiter ExDrive is Plug and Play under Windows XP, 2000
and 98Me. There is no third party driver needed.
Driver Installation for Win98 and Win98SE
After plugging in the cable some system might prompt you for Win98SE CD,
in case you don’t have The Win98SE CD and the wizard prompt you for:
NTMAP.SYS please type C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\DRIVERS
NTMAPHLP.PDR please type C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\IOSUBSYS
Reboot your system.
Disk Management for Window 98
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Select Start > Setting > Control Panel > System. The System Properties
window opens.
Select the Device Manager tab, under Device type, Disk Drives, select QTS
FIREWIRE CABLE. Click the Properties button.
Select the Settings tab and under the Options box, click the Removable
check box. The Reserved drive letters box becomes active. Select the drive
letter for your new drive. Click Ok.
Click Yes to restart your system to make changes take effect.
Double click My Computer icon and there should be an extra drive letter
for the Jupiter ExDrive drive. You may now access the drive.
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For Windows 2000 & XP Operating Systems
How to use Disk Management
To start Disk Management:
1. Log on as administrator or as a member of the Administrators group.
2. Click Start, click Run, type compmgmt.msc, and then click OK. In the
console tree, click Disk Management. The Disk Management window
appears. Your disks and volumes appear in a graphical view and list view.
3. To customize how you view your disks and volumes in the upper and lower
panes of the window, point to Top or Bottom on the View menu, and then
click the view that you want to use
How to create a new partition or a new logical drive
To create a new partition or logical drive on a basic disk:
1. In the Disk Management window, complete one of the following
procedures, and then continue to step 2:
• To create a new partition, right-click unallocated space on the basic
disk where you want to create the partition, and then click New
Partition.
• To create a new logical drive in an extended partition, r ight-click free
space on an extended partition where you want to create the logical
drive, and then click New Logical Drive.
2. In the New Partition Wizard, click Next.
3. Click the type of partition that you want to create (either Primary
partition, Extended partition, or Logical drive), and then click Next.
4. Specify the size of the partition in the Partition size in MB box, and then
click Next.
5. Decide whether to manually assign a drive letter, let the system
automatically enumerate the drive, or do not assign a drive letter to the
new partition or logical drive, and then click Next
6. Specify the formatting options you want to use by using one of the
following procedures:
• If you do not want to format the partition, click Do not format this
partition, and then click Next.
• If you want to format the partition, click Format this partition with
the following settings, and then complete the following procedure in
the Format dialog box:
a. Type a name for the volume in the Volume label box. This is an
optional step. Click the file system that you want to use in the File
system box.
b. You can change the disk allocation unit siz e, and then specify
whether to perform a quick format, or enable file and folder
compression on NTFS volumes.
Click Next.
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7.
Confirm that the options that selected are correct, and then click Finish.
The new partition or logical drive is created and appears in the appropriate
basic disk in the Disk Management window. If you chose to format the volume
in step 6, the format process now starts.
How to format a basic volume
To format a partition, logical drive or basic volume:
1. In the Disk Management window, right-click the partition or logical drive
that you want to format (or reformat), and then click Format.
2. In the Format dialog box, type a name for the volume in the Volume label
box. This is an optional step.
3. Click the file system that you want to use in the File system box. If you
want, you can also change the disk allocation unit size, specify whether you
want to perform a quick format, or enable file and folder compression on
NTFS volumes.
4. Click OK.
5. Click OK when you are prompted to format the volume. The format
process starts.
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Technical Support
If you need assistance to get your unit functioning properly, please call
Addonics Technical Support. Our technical staff will be happy to assist you,
but they will need your help to do so. Calling the technical support staff
without all the proper information can be both time consuming and frustrating.
Here are some tips to help you out:
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
MODEL NUMBER – Please have this number on hand.
SYSTEM INFORMATION – Type of computer, peripherals, etc.
OPERATING SYSTEM – What version of Windows
WHAT’S THE TROUBLE? – Give enough information
About your problem so that we can recreate and diagnose it.
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Contact Information
Addonics Technologies
2466 Kruse Drive
San Jose CA, 95131
Phone:
Fax:
Email:
Internet:
408-433-3899
408-433-3898
sales-team@addonics.com
http://www.addonics.com
TECHNICAL SUPPORT
Phone:
Hours:
Email:
408-433-3855
9:00-6:00 PST
techinfo@addonics.com
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