Product specifications | Fujitsu 1300U2 Computer Drive User Manual

3.5-inch Magneto-Optical Disk Drive
U S E R ’ S M A N UA L
Contents
Introduction...................................................................................................................1
Important ..............................................................................................................................................................1
Formatted Capacity of MO Disks .........................................................................................................................2
Using this Product for Applications with High Safety Levels ................................................................................2
Notes on Handling this Product ....................................................................................3
Before Using the MO Drive...........................................................................................8
Hardware and Software Requirements .................................................................................................................8
1- About the MO Drive .................................................................................................9
1-1 Component Names and Functions.............................................................................................................10
1-2 Handling the MO Drive ...............................................................................................................................11
1-2-1 Handling the MO Drive and MO Disks ............................................................................................11
1-2-2 Notes on Using the MO Drive .........................................................................................................11
1-2-3 Maintenance ...................................................................................................................................12
1-2-4 Using the AC Adapter (Sold Separately) ........................................................................................12
2- MO Drive Setup .....................................................................................................13
2-1 Setup Procedure ........................................................................................................................................14
2-2 For Windows XP/Windows 2000 Users .....................................................................................................15
2-2-1 Preparing the MO Drive and Accessories.......................................................................................15
2-2-2 MO Drive Orientation ......................................................................................................................15
2-2-3 Installing the Utility Software on Your Computer ............................................................................16
2-2-4 Connecting the MO Drive to Your Computer ..................................................................................18
2-3 For Windows Me/Windows 98 (including Second Edition) Users ..............................................................20
2-3-1 Preparing the MO Drive and Accessories.......................................................................................20
2-3-2 MO Drive Orientation ......................................................................................................................20
2-3-3 Installing the Utility Software on Your Computer ............................................................................21
2-3-4 Connecting the MO Drive to Your Computer ..................................................................................24
2-4 For Macintosh Users ..................................................................................................................................25
2-4-1 Preparing the MO Drive and Accessories.......................................................................................25
2-4-2 MO Drive Orientation ......................................................................................................................25
2-4-3 Connecting the MO Drive to Your Computer ..................................................................................26
3- Using the MO Drive ...............................................................................................28
3-1 Handling MO Disk ......................................................................................................................................29
3-1-1 Inserting MO Disk ...........................................................................................................................29
3-1-2 Ejecting MO Disk ............................................................................................................................29
3-1-3 How to Use Eject and format privilege Tool....................................................................................31
3-1-4 Write Protection ..............................................................................................................................32
3-2 Formatting MO Disks .................................................................................................................................33
3-2-1 For Windows Users.........................................................................................................................33
3-2-2 For Macintosh Users.......................................................................................................................36
3-3 Disconnecting the MO Drive ......................................................................................................................39
3-3-1 For Windows Users.........................................................................................................................39
3-3-2 For Macintosh Users.......................................................................................................................40
Contents
4- Uninstalling Utility Software ...................................................................................41
4-1 Windows XP/Windows 2000 ......................................................................................................................42
4-2 Windows Me/Windows 98 (including Second Edition) ...............................................................................43
5- MO Eject Tool ........................................................................................................45
5-1 The MO Eject Tool .....................................................................................................................................46
5-1-1 Overview of MO Eject Tool .............................................................................................................46
5-1-2 Notes...............................................................................................................................................46
5-1-3 Installing..........................................................................................................................................46
5-1-4 Using MO Eject Tool .......................................................................................................................48
5-1-5 Uninstalling .....................................................................................................................................48
6- Using SecureMO Light28 ......................................................................................49
6-1 Overview/Installing of SecureMO Light28 ..................................................................................................50
6-1-1 Overview .........................................................................................................................................50
6-1-2 Notes...............................................................................................................................................50
6-1-3 Installation.......................................................................................................................................51
6-2 How to use of SecureMO Light28 ..............................................................................................................52
6-2-1 Start or close SecureMO Light28....................................................................................................52
6-2-2 Creating a Secure MO disk.............................................................................................................53
6-2-3 Setting of Password ........................................................................................................................54
6-2-4 Unlocking a Secure MO disk...........................................................................................................55
6-2-5 Locking a Secure MO disk ..............................................................................................................56
6-2-6 Changing a Password.....................................................................................................................57
6-2-7 Formatting Secure MO disk ............................................................................................................58
6-2-8 Uninstall ..........................................................................................................................................59
7- Troubleshootings ...................................................................................................60
7-1 Troubleshootings........................................................................................................................................61
8- Product Specifications...........................................................................................65
8-1 Product Specifications................................................................................................................................66
Copyright and Trademarks
All Rights Reserved, Copyright© 2003 FUJITSU LIMITED.
This document and all materials contained herein are subject to copyright.
The document may not be copied, in whole or in part, without the written consent of FUJITSU LIMITED.
• FUJITSU, FUJITSU logo and DynaMO are registered trademarks of FUJITSU LIMITED, Japan.
• GIGAMO is a trademark.
• Microsoft and Windows are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation registered in the United States
and other countries.
• Apple, the Apple logo, Mac and Macintosh are trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc., registered in
the United States and other countries.
The specifications may be changed without notification.
Introduction
Thank you for purchasing this DynaMO 1300U2 Pocket magneto-optical disk drive (hereafter referred
to as the MO drive). Please read this manual before using this product.
Important
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
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Unauthorized transfer or duplication of all or any part of this document is forbidden.
Where required for product improvements, etc., this product and this manual are subject to
change without prior notice.
FUJITSU LIMITED accepts no responsibility whatsoever with regard to third-party rights or other
rights originating from the use of data described in this manual.
Every care and effort has been taken in the manufacture and production of this product and the
contents of this manual. In the unlikely event that a problem should exist, contact FUJITSU
LIMITED at your earliest convenience.
Note that FUJITSU LIMITED accepts no liability whatsoever for the loss of or damage to any data
as a result of the use of this product. Important data should be backed up on a regular basis as a
precautionary measure.
Further to item 5, FUJITSU LIMITED accepts no liability whatsoever for compensation with regard
to systems, data or MO disks. Further, FUJITSU LIMITED is not liable for any compensation with
regard to losses due to software or hardware faults, incorrect operation, or any other causes.
In no event should this product be disassembled. If this product is disassembled, FUJITSU
LIMITED shall not be required to provide compensation, even where an accident occurs that
results in damage to property. Note also that, the customer is liable for the cost of repairs to
disassembled products, even where that MO drive is still under warranty.
Formatted Capacity of MO Disks
The indicated capacity of MO disks is based on the calculation of 1KB as being equal to 1,000 bytes.
However, when a disk is formatted by your operating system or when you check a disk's properties,
the displayed capacity may be different, as it is calculated on the basis of 1KB being equal to 1,024
bytes.
Using this Product for Applications with High Safety Levels
This product is designed and manufactured for use in ordinary applications, such as general office,
personal and home use. It is not designed or manufactured for applications that require high levels of
safety.
Do not use this product for applications where high safety levels are needed without first taking
measures to ensure the necessary safety is provided.
Examples of applications where extremely high levels of safety are required are given below. The
failure to ensure such safety levels can lead directly to serious risk of death and/or injury.
Note that FUJITSU LIMITED accepts no responsibility whatsoever for injury or damage occurring as a
result of the use of this product for applications where high safety levels are required.
Applications with
High Safety Levels
Nuclear Power Core Control
Aircraft Flight Control
Air Traffic Control
Mass Transportation Operation Control
Life Support
Weapons Firing Control etc.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference
received, including interference that may cause undesired operation:
FCC WARNING:
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the
user's authority to operate the equipment.
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 receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Laser Label:
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
This product is Class 1 laser product to EN 60825-1.
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Notes on Handling this Product
■ About the Symbols Used
The symbols and details shown below are used to indicate important information on the handling of
this product.
Be sure to read this information and observe it carefully to ensure that you use this product properly.
Warnings
WARNING indicates a hazardous situation could result
in death or serious personal injury if the user does not
perform the procedure correctly.
Cautions
CAUTION indicates a hazardous situation may result in
minor or moderate personal injury if the user does not
perform the procedure correctly. This alert signal also
indicates that damages to the product or other property,
may occur if the user does not perform the procedure
correctly.
■ The Meanings of the Icons Used
The icons and details shown below are used to indicate important information on the handling of this
product.
Be sure to read this information and observe it carefully to ensure that you use this product properly.
Indicates information that prompts a Warning or Caution.
Indicates information on prohibited items.
Indicate information on mandatory items.
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Warnings
4
When handling this
product, carefully
follow any warnings or
cautions.
When handling this product, carefully follow any warnings or cautions provided by
the computer and peripheral device manufacturers.
Do not disassemble.
Never disassemble this device in any way. Disassembly of this device can cause
damage, faults or serious accidents, such as a fire, short circuit or electric shock.
In the event of such accidents, FUJITSU LIMITED shall not be held liable for any
damage incurred by the customer.
If an abnormality
occurs.
If the device emits an unusual odor, smoke, fire or electrical sparks, or if there is a
lightning strike nearby, immediately turn off the power and unplug the AC cable
from the outlet.
Do not insert foreign
objects.
There are mechanical moving parts as well as parts carrying high-voltage
electricity inside this device. Do not insert foreign objects as this can cause a
serious incident, such as a short circuit, electrical damage or device failure. Such
an action could also cause a fire, short circuit or electric shock. Water or other
liquids entering or soaking this device could result in damage to or a fault in the
device, and could also cause a fire, short circuit or electric shock. In some cases,
this could result in irreparable damage. If any foreign object enters the device, do
not attempt to disassemble the device or remove the object yourself. Contact your
FUJITSU dealer and request repairs.
Handling this product
with wet hands is
dangerous.
Never operate this device or plug/unplug the SCSI cable or AC adapter when your
hands are wet. This could cause a serious accident, such as damage to the device
or a device fault, and could also cause a fire, short circuit or electric shock.
Do not use in very
moist or very humid
locations.
Do not use this device in very moist or very humid locations such as bathrooms as
this can cause a serious accident, such as a fire, short circuit or electric shock.
Notes on handling the
ejector pin.
Keep the ejector pin out of the reach of small children to prevent the pin from being
accidentally swallowed.
Cautions
5
Avoid sources of
strong magnetic fields
and electrical signals.
Keep this device away from magnets or other objects that generate a magnetic
field and away from wireless equipment or other devices that emit electrical signals
as such equipment could cause this device to malfunction.
Do not drop or bump
the device.
Dropping or bumping the device during operation or transportation could result in
strong shocks or vibrations that could cause faults or damage.
Remove the MO disk
before moving the
device.
Do not move the device while it is operating or while an MO disk is inserted in the
device as this could damage the MO disk. When moving the device, be sure to
remove the MO disk first.
Avoid equipment that is
sensitive to electrical
signals.
Because the use of this device in close proximity to a radio or television receiver
could disrupt signal reception, it should not be set up close to such equipment. It
should also be kept away from other devices that are sensitive to electrical signals
as it could cause such devices to malfunction.
Install the device
appropriately.
Take care not to install the device in locations affected by strong vibrations or large
amounts of dust or in locations where chemicals are sprayed as this could result in
device faults.
Do not use in conditions
or places where there
are extremes of
temperature or
humidity.
Do not use this device in locations subject to extremely high (or low) temperatures,
in very humid locations, in direct sunlight or near heating appliances (heaters,
cooking appliances, etc.) as this could cause device faults. Note also that because
sudden changes in temperature can result in condensation-related faults, allow the
ambient temperature to stabilize before using the device.
Do not operate the
device during MO disk
read/write operations.
Because it uses a cache write function, this device continues to operate even after
writing has finished on the computer. Do not switch the device off or eject the disk
while the access light is flashing as this could result in device damage or faults, or
physical damage to the MO disk and/or the data on the disk.
Back up your data.
Unanticipated malfunctions or damage occurring during an MO disk read/write
operation can cause the data on the MO disk and/or the data that was being
read/written to be unrecoverable. The data involved should be backed up
beforehand as a precautionary measure. Also, be sure to write-protect MO disks
containing important data and programs.
Do not place objects
on the device.
Do not place objects on top of this device as this could scratch or damage the
device.
Do not insert objects
(other than MO disks)
into the device.
Do not put anything (floppy disks, etc.) other than MO disks into the slot as this
may cause damage or a fault.
Handle MO disks
carefully.
Eject the MO disk before connecting or disconnecting the MO drive from your
computer.
Warnings
6
When using the AC adapter
Plug the AC adapter
firmly all the way in.
If the AC adapter is not plugged firmly all the way into the power outlet, dirt or other
foreign matter in the gap could cause a fire. When unplugging the AC adapter, do
so by gripping the plug itself rather than the cord. Pulling the plug out by the cord
may damage or break the wiring, which could result in a fire, electrical problems or
other serious accidents.
Take care when
disconnecting the AC
cable.
Take great care not to damage the power cable. Pulling the plug out by the cable,
placing objects on top of the cable or allowing the cable to come into contact with
sharp objects may damage to the cable sheathing, which could cause a
malfunction, fire, electrical problems or other serious accidents.
When unplugging the
AC adapter.
If you unplug the AC adapter while power is being supplied to the MO drive from
your computer via the USB port, the MO drive is reset and the MO disk may be
damaged. Before unplugging the adapter, first unplug the USB cable for the MO
drive or switch the computer off. Do not unplug the AC adapter from the mains
power socket by pulling on the adapter cord. Unplug the AC adapter carefully by
gripping the body of the adapter itself. Pulling on the AC adapter’s cord may
expose the core wires of the cord and could cause an electric shock or a fire.
If the MO drive emits
unusual sounds or
odors.
If the MO drive behaves abnormally, such as emitting excessive heat, smoke, or
unusual odors or sounds, immediately switch the MO drive off and unplug the AC
cable from the mains power supply. Check that the MO drive is no longer emitting
smoke and then take the MO drive to the shop where you bought it for repairs. Do
not attempt to repair the MO drive yourself, as this is dangerous. Note that
continuing to use a faulty MO drive could cause an electric shock or fire.
If a foreign object gets
inside the MO drive.
If foreign matter (water, metal fragments, liquid, etc.) gets inside the MO drive,
immediately switch the MO drive off and unplug the AC cable from the mains.
Continuing to use the faulty MO drive could result in an electric shock or fire.
Immediately take the MO drive to the shop where you bought it for repairs.
If you drop or damage
your MO drive.
If you drop or damage the MO drive, immediately switch the MO drive off and
unplug the AC cable from the mains. Continuing to use the faulty MO drive could
result in an electric shock or fire. Immediately take the MO drive to the shop where
you bought it for repairs.
If lightning strikes
nearby.
If lightning strikes nearby unplug the AC cable from the mains, continuing to use
the MO drive may result in electrical damage to the MO drive and could cause an
electric shock or fire.
Do not unplug the AC
adapter with wet hands.
Please do not unplug the AC adapter with your hands wet as this could cause an
electric shock.
Do not damage or
attempt to modify the
AC adapter.
Do not damage or tamper with the AC adapter. Pulling on the adapter, using
undue force to bend or twist the adapter, heating the AC adapter or placing heavy
objects on the adapter will damage the adapter and could cause an electric shock
or fire.
Do not use if the AC
adapter cord or the
plug are damaged, or if
the mains power outlet
is loose.
Do not use the AC adapter if the adapter cord or the plug is damaged, or if the
mains socket is too loose. Using the AC adapter in such situations could cause an
electric shock or fire. Return the AC adapter to the store where you purchased it
for repairs.
If there is dust in the
mains socket used for
the AC cable.
If there is dust in apertures of the mains socket used for the AC cable or dust on or
near the metal pins of the plug, wipe it off thoroughly with a dry cloth. Using the AC
cable without cleaning off any dust could cause a fire.
Cautions
7
When using the AC Adapter
Do not use the AC
adapter with the cord
bundled.
Do not use the AC adapter with the cord bundled as this generates heat and could
cause a fire.
Always unplug the AC
cable from the mains
power outlet if the MO
drive will be left unused
for a long period.
If you do not plan to use the MO drive for a long period, unplug the AC cable from
the mains supply as a safety precaution. Failing to do so could cause a fire or fault.
Before Using the MO Drive
Hardware and Software Requirements
Computers
PC
Apple Macintosh computers
Operating systems
Windows XP Professional and Home Edition
Windows 2000 Professional
Windows Me
Windows 98 (including Second Edition)
Mac OS 9.0.4 or later
Mac OS X 10.0.1 or later
MO disks
ISO Standard 90mm (3.5-inch) MO Disk
640MB / 540MB / 230MB / 128MB
640MB / 540MB / 230MB*1 MO Disk with Direct Over Write (DOW)*2
GIGAMO Standard 90mm (3.5-inch) MO Disk
1.3GB
Interface
USB 2.0/USB 1.1
Restrictions
• Operation guaranteed only for direct connections to a computer’s USB
port.
• You may need to use the optional AC adapter/AC cable, depending on the
power supply performance provided by your computer’s USB bus.
• The interface of the computer must be USB 2.0 compatible in order to
achieve the USB 2.0 high-speed transfer (480Mbps).
• Operation by the Macintosh series with USB 2.0 is not verified as of
August, 2003. Only interfaces up to USB 1.1 with a full-speed of 12Mbps
are supported.
• Use only the USB cable provided. Using with other cables is not
guaranteed.
*1 ISO standards do not apply to 230MB MO disks with DOW.
*2 The writing speed of the DOW disk is equivalent to a standard MO Disk.
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About the MO Drive
1 -1
Component Names and Functions
Power/Access Light (This product uses blue LED. *1)
Off: When the MO drive is not connected to a computer or
when power is not supplied from the optional AC
adapter/AC cable.
On: When the MO drive is connected to a computer or when
power is supplied from the optional AC adapter/AC cable.
Short interval flashing: When the MO drive with USB 2.0 is
busy state.
Long interval flashing: When the MO drive with USB 1.1 is
busy state.
Eject Button
Press this button to eject an MO disk.
* If you are using a Macintosh, this button does not operate.
Manual Eject Hole
Use this to eject an MO disk if
the disk will not eject normally.
USB Connector
DC IN (Power Supply)
Used for
connecting the
USB cable from
the computer.
Used for connecting the DC
plug to supply power from
the optional AC adapter.
* Peel off the sticker before
use.
(See figures at right.)
*1 According to International Electrotechnical Commission provides standard IEC60073 and IEC60204-1 “The meaning concerning the
state of the color of the display light and the machine”, a blue display light has an obligatory meaning (The state to demand the
behavior of those who operate it is indicated). This product adopts blue LED by occasion of the design. There is no meaning about the
LED color that the behavior of those who operate it is demanded.
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1-2
Handling the MO Drive
1 Handling the MO Drive and MO Disks
Handling the MO Drive
MO Drive Installation Modes
The MO drive is designed to be used in a
horizontal position, but it can also be used
standing upright using the upright stand provided.
Do not use any means other than the stand
provided to keep the MO drive in a vertical
position as this could make the MO drive
unstable and result in damage to the MO drive.
Lying flat
Upright
Handling MO Disks
About MO Disk Labels
When affixing labels on MO disks, always use the dedicated labels and stick them to the disk in the designated
position. Take care also to wipe off any dirt or oil on the disk before sticking on a label. Using labels other than
the dedicated labels, re-using labels, or sticking labels onto a soiled surface could cause the label to peel off
and then adhere to the inside of the MO drive. Extracting such labels is difficult and excessive force should not
be used in attempting to remove them. Take the MO drive to the store where you purchased the MO drive and
request repairs.
1-2
2 Notes on Using the MO Drive
● Do not disconnect the USB cable while the MO drive is operating (access light flashing).
● While the MO drive is operating (access light flashing), do not eject an MO disk by pushing the eject button
or right-click the icon and ejecting.
Eject an MO disk before allow the computer to switch to an energy saving mode, such as stand-by or sleep.
* In particular, do not put your computer to sleep while copying files as this could damage the data on the
MO disk.
● If the computer does not recognize your MO drive, unplug the USB cable from your computer, wait a few
moments and then plug it back in and try again.
● MO disks formatted with Windows 2000 or Windows XP into the NTFS format cannot be used in other
operating systems.
● If you are listening to music or playing back a movie (real time operation) using a USB device (including the
MO drive), the operation of another USB device (including an MO drive) may stop, interrupt or restart
playback.
● Use only the USB cable provided. Normal operation is not guaranteed with any other USB cable.
● You may need to use the optional AC adapter/AC cable, depending on the power supply performance
provided by your computer’s USB bus.
● Do not connect or disconnect the AC cable while the MO drive is operating (access Light flashing).
● Use only the optional AC adapter/AC cable provided. Operation is not guaranteed with any other AC
adapter/AC cable.
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3 Maintenance
Contaminants such as dust, tobacco smoke or ash adhering to your MO drive and MO disks can cause their
performance to deteriorate and can also cause damage to the MO drive itself. Regularly clean your MO drive
and MO disks to ensure that you can continue to use them safely and effectively.
1. Cleaning Your MO Drive
First, disconnect the USB cable connecting the MO drive to your computer. Gently wipe away the dust from the
body of the MO drive with a soft dry cloth or a cloth slightly moistened with either water or a neutral detergent.
Do not use volatile solvents (alcohol, benzene, thinners, etc.) as they could cause discoloration or deformation
of the MO drive.
* Never perform maintenance on your MO drive while it is connected to a computer.
* Never perform maintenance on your MO drive while it is connected to the AC adapter.
2. Cleaning MO Disks
In general, you should clean your disks using the special cleaner once every three months or so.
◆ The time between cleaning differs according to the operating environment and frequency of use.
Product Name
Product Number
Optical Disk Cleaning Kit
CA90003-0702
* When purchasing cleaning kits, consult the store where you purchased your MO drive.
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4 Using the AC Adapter (Sold Separately)
The optional AC adapter must be connected to the DC jack when:
The power supply performance of the computer’s USB bus is such that the power is supplied
to the MO drive is insufficient for it to operate properly.
* When purchasing an AC adapter, consult the store where you purchased your MO drive.
* The DC jack is located on the back of the MO drive as shown in the figures below. Peel off the sticker before use.
DC jack
Follow the steps below to use the AC adapter
1.
2.
3.
Connect the AC adapter to the DC jack.
Plug the AC adapter into the mains power socket.
Connect the USB cable to the MO drive.
Note
When using an AC adapter/AC cable (sold separately), never connect the DC jack to the MO Drive while the
MO drive is in operation.
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MO Drive Setup
2 -1
Setup Procedure
The MO Drive setup procedure is shown below.
Use the appropriate setup procedure for the operating system on your computer.
The screens shown and procedures used in the installation differ for each operating system. Refer to the setup
procedure for your operating system.
For Windows XP/Windows 2000 Users
(See P.15)
For Windows Me/
Windows 98 (including Second Edition)
Users
(See P.20)
Prepare the MO drive and accessories.
Turn your computer on and start the operating system.
Place the enclosed CD-ROM into your computer’s CD-ROM drive.
Install the device drivers and utilities.
Connect the MO drive to your computer.
Finish setup.
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For Macintosh Users
(See P.25)
2 -2
2-2
1 Preparing the MO Drive and Accessories
a
2-2
For Windows XP/
Windows 2000 Users
MO Drive
b
Stand
c
USB cable
2 MO Drive Orientation
Upright
Lying flat
Underside of the stand
▲
Set up the drive and stand so that
“FRONT” on the underside of the
stand faces forward (towards the
disk slot).
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d
CD-ROM (includes
device drivers and
manual)
2-2
3 Installing the Utility Software on Your Computer
To install the utility software on your computer, log on
using Administrator privileges or a Computer
Administrator account.
1.
Insert the enclosed CD-ROM into your
computer’s CD-ROM drive.
2.
The FJSTART screen appears. Click the [Install device driver and Utilities] button.
* If the screen does not appear, double-click icon with the explorer.
(CD-ROM Drive:\Fjstart.exe)
● About other buttons
[Show online manual]
Displays the online manual (this document).
[Install Acrobat Reader]
Installs the Acrobat Reader.
[Install Eject Tool]
Installs the Eject Tool (Refer to Page 46).
[Install SecureMO Light28]
Installs the SecureMO Light28 (Refer to Page 51).
3.
Click the [Next] button.
* The screen shown is for Windows XP.
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4.
Click the [Next] button.
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5.
Click the [Install] button.
6.
Click the [Finish] button.
7.
Click the [Next] button.
8.
Click the [Install] button.
9.
Click the [Finish] button.
10.
Click the [Yes] button and then restart your PC.
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4 Connecting the MO Drive to Your Computer
1.
Connect the USB cable (mini-B connector) to
the USB port on the MO drive.
2.
Connect the USB cable (A-type connector) to the USB
port on your computer.
Check that the MO Drive is connected correctly
1.
Open [My Computer].
* In Windows XP, select [My Computer] from the [Start] menu.
2.
If a removable disk icon appears, the MO drive has
been recognized successfully.
* If there is no [Removable Disk] icon, disconnect the USB cable
from your computer, wait a few moments and then reconnect it.
If the icon still does not appear, refer to the “Troubleshooting”
section.
Windows 2000
Windows XP
Note
Once the drivers for this product are successfully installed, the devices listed below are added to the [Device
Manager] window.
Check the Device Manager
● In Windows 2000
Right-click the [My Computer] icon, click [Properties], click the [Hardware] tab and then click [Device
Manager] to open the Device Manager window.
● In Windows XP
From the [Start] menu, right-click [My Computer], click [Properties], click the [Hardware] tab and then click
[Device Manager] to open the Device Manager window.
OS
Windows 2000/
Windows XP
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Added Location
USB (Universal Serial Bus)
Controllers
Disk Drives
Storage Area Volume
Added Device Name
USB High Capacity Storage Device
FUJITSU MCS3130UB-S USB Device
General-purpose Volume
Important!
● When you connect this product to a PC running
Windows XP, the write cache between Windows
and the MO drive is disabled in the default
settings and optimum performance cannot be
achieved as a result. To enable the write cache,
double-click [FUJITSU MCS3130UB-S USB
Device] from [Disk Drives] in the [Device
Manager] window and open the [Properties]
window.
● Select the [Policies] tab from [FUJITSU
MCS3130UB-S USB Device Properties] and click
the button for [Optimize for performance].
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2-3
1 Preparing the MO Drive and Accessories
a
2-3
For Windows Me/
Windows 98 (including Second Edition) Users
MO Drive
b
c
Stand
USB cable
2 MO Drive Orientation
Upright
Lying flat
Underside of the stand
▲
Set up the drive and stand so that
“FRONT” on the underside of the
stand faces forward (towards the
disk slot).
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d
CD-ROM (includes
device drivers and
manual)
2-3
3 Installing the Utility Software on Your Computer
1.
Turn your computer on and insert the enclosed
CD-ROM into your computer’s CD-ROM drive.
2.
The FJSTART screen appears. Click the [Install device driver and Utilities] button.
* If the screen does not appear, double-click icon with the explorer.
(CD-ROM Drive:\Fjstart.exe)
● About other buttons
[Show online manual]
Displays the online manual (this document).
[Install Acrobat Reader]
Installs the Acrobat Reader.
[Install Eject Tool]
Installs the Eject Tool (Refer to Page 46).
[Install SecureMO Light28]
Installs the SecureMO Light28 (Refer to Page 51).
3.
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Click the [Next] button.
4.
Click the [Next] button.
■ For Windows Me Users
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5.
Click the [Next] button.
6.
Click the [Next] button.
■ For Windows 98 Users
7.
Click the [Next] button.
8.
Click the [Finish] button.
9.
Click the [Finish] button.
10.
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Restart your PC.
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4 Connecting the MO Drive to Your Computer
1.
Connect the USB cable (mini-B connector) to
the USB port on your MO drive.
2.
Connect the USB cable (A-type connector) to the USB
port on your computer.
Check that the MO Drive is connected correctly
1.
Double-click the [My Computer] icon on the desktop.
2.
If a removable disk icon appears, the drive has been recognized
successfully.
* If there is no [Removable Disk] icon, disconnect the USB cable from your computer,
wait a few moments and then reconnect it. If the icon still does not appear, refer to the
“Troubleshooting” section.
Note
Once the drivers for this product are successfully installed, the devices listed below are added to the [Device
Manager] window.
Check the Device Manager
Right-click the [My Computer] icon, click [Properties] and then click [Device Manager] to open the Device
Manager window.
OS
Windows 98
(including Second Edition)
Windows Me
Location Added
Universal Serial Bus Controllers
Disk Drives
Hard Disk Controllers
Universal Serial Bus Controllers
Disk Drives
Storage Devices
Added Device Name
USB Magneto-Optical Disk Drive (MO Drive)
FUJITSU MCS3130UB-S
Fujitsu USB-MO Drive
?USB HIGH CAPACITY STORAGE
DEVICE*
FUJITSU MCS3130UB-S
USB Disk
* In Windows Me, a white question mark is displayed inside a green circle. This is because the standard Windows Me drivers were
installed. This device will operate properly with these drivers and can be used as is.
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2-4
1 Preparing the MO Drive and Accessories
a
2-4
For Macintosh Users
MO Drive
b
Stand
c
USB cable
2 MO Drive Orientation
Upright
Lying flat
Underside of the stand
▲
Set up the drive and stand so that
“FRONT” on the underside of the
stand faces forward (towards the
disk slot).
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d
CD-ROM (includes
manual)
2-4
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3 Connecting the MO Drive to Your Computer
1.
Connect the USB cable (mini-B connector) to the USB port on
the MO drive.
2.
Connect the USB cable (A-type connector) to the USB
port on your computer.
Check that the MO Drive is connected correctly.
Mac OS 9.0.4 or later
Launch the Apple System Profiler
from the Apple Menu, click the
[Devices and Volumes] tab and
check that High-capacity Storage
Device (USB Magneto-Optical
Device) is among the USB items
listed.
Mac OS X 10.0.1 or later
■ In Mac OS X 10.0.x
Double-click [Apple System
Profiler] inside the [Utilities] folder
in the [Applications] folder to
launch the Apple System Profiler.
Then click the [Devices and
Volumes] tab and check that
[FUJITSU (MCS3130UB-S)] is
listed among the USB devices.
* On some versions of Mac OS, only
FUJITSU may be displayed.
■ In Mac OS X 10.1.x
■ Caution
1) If the MO drive does not appear, disconnect the USB cable from your computer, wait several seconds and then reconnect it.
If it still does not appear, refer to the Troubleshootings section.
2) Always connect the MO drive to your Macintosh’s USB port. Operation is not guaranteed if you connect to the USB port on
the Apple USB Keyboard or the Apple Monitor.
3) The MO drive does not support the Sleep or Wake functions. Do not use the Energy Saver functions when using the MO
drive.
4) You cannot boot up from the MO drive.
5) When shutting down the Mac OS, eject the MO disk first.
6) The Multiple Users function in Mac OS 9.0.4 and later is not supported.
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Using the MO Drive
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3-1
Handling MO Disk
1 Inserting MO Disk
Insert the disk front first into the MO slot. Push it in all the way until you
hear it click into place. After the MO disk is inserted, the access light
flashes for several seconds. During this time the MO drive checks the
control status of the MO disk and prepares for reading/writing.
3-1
2 Ejecting MO Disk
For Windows XP/Windows 2000 Users
Log on using an account with administrator privileges. If you are not logged on, refer to page 31 and change
your privileges using the Eject and format privilege Tool.
1.
Open [My Computer] and right-click the Removable Disk icon.
* The screen shown is for Windows XP.
2.
3.
Select [Eject] from the shortcut menu.
The MO disk is ejected from the MO drive.
■ Caution
1) Never eject an MO disk when the MO drive access light is flashing.
2) If you have a file from the MO disk open, close the file before ejecting the MO disk.
● Using the Eject button to remove disks
Check that the MO drive’s access light is lit and then press the Eject button.
■ Caution
• Even after writing has finished on the computer, the MO drive may continue to operate using the cache writing function. To
ensure that your data is safely preserved, use the option in right-click menu to eject the MO disk.
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For Windows Me/Windows 98 Users
1.
Open [My Computer] and right-click the Removable Disk icon.
2.
Select [Eject] from the shortcut menu.
3.
The MO disk is ejected from the MO drive.
■ Caution
1) Never eject an MO disk when the MO drive access light
is flashing.
2) If you have a file from the MO disk open, close the file
before ejecting the MO disk.
For Macintosh Users
1. Drag the MO disk icon on the desktop into the Trash.
■ Mac OS 9.0.4 or later
■ Mac OS X 10.0.x or later
2.
The MO disk is ejected from the MO drive.
■ Caution
1) Never eject an MO disk when the access light on the MO drive is flashing.
2) You cannot use the eject button on the MO drive to eject MO disks.
3) If you have a file from the MO disk open, close the file before ejecting the MO disk.
How to eject disk manually (For all Users)
If you cannot eject a disk the normal way due to a problem of some kind, eject the disk by inserting the ejector
pin into the manual eject hole.
1.
2.
Disconnect the USB cable from the MO drive.
Insert the ejector pin into the manual eject hole and press with
moderate force to eject disk.
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* You can create the ejector pin by straightening a common paper clip.
Eject Hole
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3 How to Use Eject and format privilege Tool
For Windows 2000 or Windows XP users, you can only format or eject an MO disk if you log on with
administrator privileges.
The Eject and format privilege Tool allows you to format or eject disks from an account that does not have disk
formatting or ejecting privileges. However, the Eject and format privilege Tool can only be run only from an
account with administrator privileges.
Using the Eject and format privilege Tool
1.
Select [MO Utilities for XP] from [All Programs] in the [Start] menu in the taskbar, then click [Eject and
format privilege].
* The screen shown is for Windows XP.
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2.
Select either [Computer Administrators] or [All
Users], then click the [Apply] button.
3.
Click the [OK] button and restart the computer. The
new privilege will apply after the computer restarts.
4 Write Protection
To prevent the inadvertent erasing of data written to an MO disk, you can write-protect your disks. Move the
tab on the back of the MO disk to the Write-protect position. To write additional data to the disk, move the tab
back to the Write-enable position.
Write-enable position
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Write-protect position
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Formatting MO Disks
The MO Disk Formatter initializes (formats) MO disks to make them readable on user’s systems.
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1 For Windows Users
For Windows XP Users
Important!
To format an MO disk with non-administrator privileges, see How to use Eject and format privilege Tool.
OS Built-in Formatter
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1.
2.
Open [My Computer] from [Start] button.
3.
Set the required items in the dialog box and click the [Start] button.
Right-click the Removable Disk icon corresponding to the MO drive
and select [Format...].
For Windows 2000 Users
Important!
To format an MO disk with user privileges, see How to use Eject and format privilege Tool.
OS Built-in Formatter
1.
2.
From Explorer, open [My Computer].
3.
Set the required items in the dialog box and click the [Start] button.
Right-click the Removable Disk icon corresponding to the MO drive and
select [Format...].
FUJITSU MO Disk Formatter
Note
All menus and messages for this software are shown in English.
1.
Insert the MO disk then run the MO Disk Formatter.
The dialog box will appear.
2.
Select the MCS3130UB-S (DynaMO 1300U2 Pocket) in the [Select an
MO drive] list box.
3.
4.
Select [Floppy Type (FAT32)] in the [Select a Format Type] combo box.
Type an appropriate volume label in the [Volume Label] edit box.
Important!
Use only English alphabet (A-Z) and/or numeric number (0-9) and/or
underscore (_).
5.
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Press the [Start] button to continue formatting. Confirm the message and
click the [OK] button. Formatting will start.
For Windows Me and Windows 98 Users
OS Built-in Formatter
1.
2.
From Explorer, open [My Computer].
3.
Set the required items in the dialog box, and click the [Start] button.
Right-click the Removable Disk icon corresponding to the MO drive and
select [Format...].
FUJITSU MO Disk Formatter
Note
All menus and messages for this software are shown in English.
1.
Insert the MO disk then run the MO Disk Formatter.
The dialog box will appear.
2.
Select the MCS3130UB-S (DynaMO 1300U2 Pocket) in the [Select an
MO drive] list box.
3.
4.
Select [Floppy Type (FAT32)] in the [Select a Format Type] combo box.
Type an appropriate volume label in the [Volume Label] edit box.
Important!
Use only English alphabet (A-Z) and/or numeric number (0-9) and/or
underscore (_).
5.
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Press the [Start] button to continue formatting. Confirm the message and
click the [OK] button. Formatting will start.
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2 For Macintosh Users
■ Caution
• Formatting an MO disk erases all the data on the disk. Before formatting a disk, always check carefully that it
contains no data that you want to retain.
For Mac OS 9.0.4 or later Users
1.
Insert the MO disk into the MO drive. If you insert an MO disk that has not been formatted, an initialization
dialog box appears on the desktop.
To reformat an MO disk that has already been formatted, select the MO Disk and then select [Format
Disk] from the Special menu.
● Inserting a formatted disk
An MO disk icon appears on the desktop.
● Inserting a non-formatted disk
2.
If you wish to give the MO disk a name, enter the
name in the box.
3.
Select either [Mac OS Standard] or [Mac OS
Extended] as the format to be used.
4.
Click [Initialize] to begin formatting.
5.
If formatting is completed successfully, the MO
disk icon appears on the desktop.
■ Caution
1) The Mac OS Standard or Mac OS Extended format should be used for Macintosh formatting. Note that the Mac OS Extended
format cannot be used with Mac OS 8.0 or earlier systems.
2) 1.3GB/640MB (2KB/Secter) MO disks formatted on Windows systems cannot be used on Macintosh computers.
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For Mac OS X Users
1.
Insert the MO disk into the MO drive. If you insert an MO disk that has not been formatted, an initialization
dialog box appears on the desktop. To reformat an MO disk that has already been formatted, double-click
[Disk Utility] in the Utilities folder located inside the Applications folder of the startup disk.
● Inserting a non-formatted disk
● Inserting a formatted disk
An MO disk icon appears on the desktop.
2. Select the MO drive and then click the [Partition] tab in the sequence shown below.
■ Mac OS X 10.0.x
■ Mac OS X 10.1.x
(2)
(2)
(1)
(3)
(1)
(1) Click [Drive Setup].
(2) Click the disk to be formatted.
(3) Click the [Partition] tab.
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(1) Click the disk to be formatted.
(2) Click the [Partition] tab.
■ Mac OS X 10.0.x
■ Mac OS X 10.1.x
(3)
(4)
(4)
(5)
(5)
(6)
(4) To name your MO disk, entering the name and then press
the Return key.
(5) Select the format to be used.
(6) Click the [Partition] button.
(3) To name your MO disk, entering the name and then press
the Return key.
(4) Select the format to be used.
(5) Click the [OK] button.
3.
A warning message appears. Check the message and click the [Partition] button if you wish to continue
formatting. Formatting then begins.
■ Mac OS X 10.0.x
■ Mac OS X 10.1.x
4.
If formatting is completed successfully, the MO disk icon appears on the desktop. Exit [Disk Utility].
■ Caution
1) When you are using an MO disk in Mac OS X, it is recommended to use a single partition in the Mac OS Extended
format. Note that the Mac OS Extended format cannot be used with Mac OS 8.0 or earlier systems.
2) 1.3GB/640MB (2KB/Secter) MO disks formatted on Windows systems cannot be used on Macintosh computers.
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Disconnecting the MO Drive
Use the procedures given below to disconnect the USB cable from
the MO Drive while the computer is running.
■ Caution
1) Only disconnect the MO drive once the MO disk has been ejected.
2) Never disconnect the MO drive while files are being copied or if a file is open.
3-3
1 For Windows Users
Windows 98 (including Second Edition)
To disconnect the MO drive, first eject the MO disk and then disconnect the USB cable.
Windows XP, Windows 2000 or Windows Me
1.
2.
3.
4.
If there is an MO disk in the MO drive, eject the MO disk.
Click the
icon displayed in the task tray.
Click the message shown below in the menu that appears.
● Windows Me.........“Stop USB disk drive.”
● Windows 2000......“Stop USB high-capacity storage device drive.”
● Windows XP .........“It is safe to remove the USB high-capacity storage device drive.”
The dialog box shown below appears. Click the [Stop] button and then select the device and click the [OK]
button.
■ Windows XP
■ Windows Me
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5.
The following message appears.
You can disconnect the MO drive.
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2 For Macintosh Users
1.
2.
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If there is an MO disk is in the MO drive, eject the MO disk by dragging the MO disk icon to the Trash.
Disconnect the USB cable from the USB port on the Macintosh.
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Uninstalling Utility Software
4 -1
Windows XP/Windows 2000
When you no longer need the utility software, you can delete them
using the procedure given below.
To uninstall the utility software in Windows 2000 or Windows XP, first log on with Computer Administrator
account or an account that has Administrator privileges.
Note that you can no longer use the MO drive if you uninstall the utility software.
Removing the MO Drive
1.
Disconnect the MO drive. (Refer to the instructions for disconnecting the MO drive on page 39.) Then
disconnect the USB cable from the computer.
2.
Open [Control Panel] and then double-click [Add or Remove Programs] to open the Add/Remove
Programs window.
* [Add/Remove Programs] (Windows 2000)
(The screen displayed is for Windows XP.)
Delete MO Supplement
3.
Select [MO Supplement for XP] (for Windows XP) or
[MO Supplement] (for Windows 2000) and click
[Remove].
4.
Follow the instructions.
Uninstall the Eject and format privilege Tool
5.
Open [Add or Remove Programs] from [Control Panel]
as shown in step 2.
* [Add/Remove Programs] (Windows 2000)
● Windows 2000
Select [MO Disk Formatter] and click [Remove].
■ Caution
• Uninstalling the Eject and format privilege Tool also uninstalls
the formatting tools.
● Windows XP
Select [MO Utilities for XP] and click [Remove].
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Follow the instructions.
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Windows Me/
Windows 98 (including Second Edition)
When you no longer need the Utility software, you can delete them
using the procedure given below.
Note that you can no longer use the MO drive if you uninstall the utility software.
Disconnect the MO Drive
1.
Disconnect the MO drive. (Refer to the instructions for disconnecting
the MO drive on page 39) Then disconnect the USB cable from the
computer.
2.
Double-click [Control Panel] in [Settings] and then double-click
[Add/Remove Programs] to open the Add/Remove Programs window.
Delete MO Drivers and Formatter
3.
4.
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Select [MO Drivers and Formatter] and click [Add/Remove].
Follow the instructions.
* Windows 98 users
Delete the USB MO Storage Class Driver
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5.
Select [USB MO Storage Class Driver] and click
[Add/Remove].
6.
Follow the instructions.
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MO Eject Tool
5 -1
5-1
The MO Eject Tool
1 Overview of MO Eject Tool
The MO Eject tool automatically ejects MO disks at Shut down (Turn off)/Restart/Hibernate/Standby/Log off.
5-1
2 Notes
1) To change settings of the MO Eject Tool on Windows 2000/Windows XP, log on with the [Administrators]
privileges or the [Computer Administrator] account. The changes apply to all users.
2) The most recent changes to [Eject] settings take effect.
3) You cannot eject the MO disk if the following error message appears:
Failed to lock the MO drive. Make sure to close all the windows and/or files opened from the MO drive.
When this error message appears, check that no other programs (Explorer, antivirus software etc.) are using
the MO disk. When you don’t know which programs are using the MO disk, set the [Eject] settings of the MO
Eject Tool to [OFF], or select [Close], and eject the MO disk. (Refer to the Ejecting MO Disk on page 29.)
4) You cannot eject MO disks not supported (for example 2.3GB disks) by your drive.
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3 Installing
To install the MO Eject Tool on Windows 2000/Windows XP, log on with the [Administrators] privilege or the
[Computer Administrator] account.
1.
2.
Insert the enclosed CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive.
Click the [Install Eject Tool] button from the CD-ROM menu.
* When the program does not start, open the CD-ROM icon in [My Computer] and double click [FJSTART.EXE] file.
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3.
Click the [Next] button.
4.
Click the [Next] button.
5.
Click the [Finish] button and remove the
CD-ROM.
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4 Using MO Eject Tool
Using MO Eject Tool
1.
2.
Right click the MO Eject Tool icon
displayed on the task tray.
Select either [ON] or [OFF] from the [Eject] menu.
* The most recent changes to [Eject] settings are in effect.
Closing MO Eject Tool
1.
2.
Right click the MO Eject Tool icon
displayed on the task tray.
Select [Close].
* When you select [Close] for the MO Eject Tool, the MO Eject
Tool icon disappears from the task tray. The icon appears
when you restart the computer or log on again.
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5 Uninstalling
To uninstall the MO Eject Tool from Windows XP/Windows 2000, log on with the [Administrators] privilege or
the [Computer Administrator] account.
1.
Open [Control Panel] and select [Add or
Remove Programs].
* In Windows 2000 select [Add/Remove Programs].
2-a.
Windows XP/Windows 2000
Select MO [Eject Tool for Windows NT4/2000/XP]
and click [Change/Remove].
2-b.
Windows Me/Windows 98
Select [MO Eject Tool for Windows 95/98/Me] and
click [Add/Remove].
3.
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Follow the instructions on the screen to uninstall.
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Using SecureMO Light28
6 -1
6-1
Overview/Installing of SecureMO
Light28
1 Overview
SecureMO Light28 is a program that sets a password to a 1.3GB or 2.3GB capacity GIGAMO disk in order to
protect data privacy.
Once you save important personal data on a password-protected MO disk (called a Secure MO disk), access
to data on the disk cannot be obtained unless the password is entered correctly. This function is convenient to
save secret data etc., and to protect private data which you may not want to be seen by others.
When a locked Secure MO disk is accessed from the application such as Explorer, the alert message such as
“The device is not ready” is displayed. It has been proven that Secure MO disk is firmly locked as for this
message. Please unlock Secure MO disk with SecureMO Light28 when you access data.
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2 Notes
● Once a password has been set for an MO disk, the Secure MO disk cannot be changed back to an ordinary
(non-secure) MO disk.
● A Secure MO disk is usable only with an MO drive having the security function.
● Password management is your responsibility. FUJITSU does not have access your password.
● FUJITSU assumes no liability for any damage arising from the use of this program.
● An attempt to use a locked Secure MO disk through Explorer ends up with a warning message such as “The
device is not ready.” The message explains that data on the Secure MO disk cannot be accessed unless the
Secure MO disk is unlocked.
● You should lock Secure MO disk when not using it. If the disk is left unlocked, others may be able to access
the contents of the disk when you are not present. There is also the possibility that the password could be
altered. Click the [Lock] button or eject the Secure MO disk from the Secure MO drive while it is unlocked.
Shut down or Restart of Windows does not lock the Secure MO disk. Neither does disconnecting or
connecting the SCSI cable.
● When you are finished using a Secure MO disk, be sure to remove the disk from the drive and protect it from
unauthorized access.
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3 Installation
Please install it according to the following procedures.
To install SecureMO Light28 with Windows XP/Windows 2000, log on using
the [Computer Administrator] account or the [Administrators] privileges.
1.
2.
Insert the included CD-ROM into your CD-ROM drive.
The following screen is displayed.
Click the [Install SecureMO Light28] button. The installation
program starts automatically.
If the following screen is not displayed, double-click the
CD-ROM icon of [My Computer], open, and execute
[\MOWARE\Light28\Win9x\Setup.exe] or
[\MOWARE\Light28\Win2000\Setup.exe].
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3.
The installation program displays the dialog after a short time.
Please complete the installation according to the instruction.
4.
When the installation is completed, click the [Finish] button.
5.
Restart Your PC.
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6-2
How to use of SecureMO Light28
1 Start or close SecureMO Light28
Start
Select [All Programs] - [SecureMO Light28] from the [Start] menu,
and select [SecureMO Light28]. When SecureMO Light28 dialog
appears, enter the password.
Close
Select [Close] from the [File] menu of SecureMO Light28.
Important!
● If the Secure MO disk is in an unlocked state when SecureMO Light28 closes, the disk continues to be in the
unlocked state.
● To stop using the Secure MO disk, click the [Lock] button or remove the Secure MO disk from the MO drive.
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2 Creating a Secure MO disk
A password can be applied to a formatted MO disk. A password can also
be applied to an MO disk already containing data. In this case, the disk
retains the recorded data but requires the password to be entered in order
to perform read/write operations on the disk later.
1.
Select Secure MO drive.
Insert an ordinary (non-secure) disk into Secure MO drive, and start
SecureMO Light28. If you connect two Secure MO drives or more, click
the drop-down box of [Select Secure MO drive], and select the target
Secure MO drive.
2.
Displaying the [Create Secure MO disk] dialog box.
Click [Create Secure MO Disk] from the [Tools] menu.
3.
Creating a Secure MO disk.
If you want to create a Secure MO disk, click the [Create] button of
the [Creating a Secure MO disk] dialog.
Important!
● Once an ordinary disk is converted to a Secure MO disk, the converted disk cannot be changed back to an
ordinary disk.
● Secure MO disk can be used only with a Secure MO drive.
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3 Setting of Password
To display the [Set Password] screen, click the [Create] button in the [Create Secure MO disk] dialog.
Important!
● Please input a password of one character or more. Use English alphanumeric characters and the following
symbols for the password. a~z A~Z 0~9 !"%&'/()*+,-.:;<=>?_
● Please do not forget the password. Moreover, please do not give others the password.
● FUJITSU does not release your password.
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1.
Enter a password for [New Password]. The entered password is
displayed with asterisks (*).
2.
Enter the same password for [Confirmation of Password]. The
entered password is displayed with asterisks (*).
3.
Click the [OK] button.
4.
The message like the screen is displayed when ending.
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4 Unlocking a Secure MO disk
Insert Secure MO disk
1.
2.
Insert Secure MO disk in Secure MO drive.
Start SecureMO Light28.
Enter the password
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1.
Enter the password. The entered password is displayed by the
asterisk (*).
2.
Click the [Unlock] button. The illustration in the [Disk Status] field
changes when the entered password is correct.
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5 Locking a Secure MO disk
To lock a Secure MO disk, use either of the methods below.
Method 1: Click the [Lock] button on the Enter Password screen.
Method 2: Eject the Secure MO disk from Secure MO drive.
Important!
Do not lock the Secure MO disk while other program is using it.
Click the [Lock] button
Click the [Lock] button on the SecureMO Light28 start screen. When
the Secure MO disk is locked, the illustration in the [Disk Status] field
changes to a closed padlock.
Eject Secure MO disk from the drive
1.
2.
3.
Double-click the [My Computer] icon and it opens.
Right-click on the removable drive icon.
Select the [Eject] in the display menu.
Important!
● The illustration of [Disk Status] field of SecureMO Light28 does not change with this operation. Please click
the [Refresh] button to display the latest.
● Only the permitted user account can eject Secure MO disks in Windows XP and Windows 2000. Please read
Changing Format/Eject Privileges of SecureMO Light28 help, and change the authority if necessary.
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6 Changing a Password
To change a password, close all other program using the Secure MO disk.
Displaying the Change Password screen
1.
Insert the Secure MO disk on which you wish to change the
password into the Secure MO drive, and unlock it.
2.
Select [Change Password] from the [Tools] menu on the [Enter
Password] screen.
Procedure of password change
1.
2.
3.
4.
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Enter the current password for [Present Password].
Enter a new password for [New Password].
Reenter the new password for [Confirmation of Password].
To apply the new password, click the [OK] button. To retain the
current password, click the [Cancel] button.
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7 Formatting Secure MO disk
Please open the key when you format Secure MO disk.
Note
Even if Secure MO disk is reformatted, the password is not deleted.
1.
Select [Tools] - [Format].
2.
The format dialog is displayed. Select the file system in pull down
menu. Enter Volume Label if necessary. Click the [Start] button to
begin formatting.
Note
● It is possible to format a disk quickly if Quick Format is selected on a disk that has
previously been formatted.
● NTFS can be selected File system in Windows 2000 or Windows XP. However,
when MO disk is formatted in NTFS, the disk cannot be used with Windows 98 and
Windows Me.
● The screen is Windows 2000. OS, screen, differ.
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3.
A warning message is displayed, click the [OK] button.
4.
Format completion dialog is displayed. Click the [OK] button.
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8 Uninstall
SecureMO Light28 cannot be used if the software is uninstalled. It becomes impossible to read and write data
because the password cannot be sent to Secure MO disk.
To uninstall SecureMO Light28 with Windows XP/Windows 2000, log
on using the [Computer Administrator] account or the [Administrators]
privileges.
Please uninstall it according to the following procedures.
1.
Click [Start] ➞ [Control Panel].
2.
Click [Add or Remove Programs] of the window.
3.
Select [SecureMO Light28], and click the
[Change/Remove] button.
* Other than Windows XP, click [Start] ➞ [Settings] ➞ [Control Panel].
* When Windows 98 or Windows Me is used, click the
[Add/Remove] button.
4.
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Follow the instruction on the screen.
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Troubleshootings
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Troubleshootings
For All Operating Systems
Question
Check
Solution
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The formula used for calculating the capacity for the MO disk
packaging is 1KB=1,000 bytes, but on the computer it is
calculated at 1KB=1,024 bytes. Also, when you format a disk,
some disk space is used to record disk information. For these
reasons, the disk capacity displayed after formatting is lower.
(For example, the formatted capacity of a 640MB MO disk may
be around 600MB.)
Q1.
When I format an MO disk, the
capacity displayed on the
desktop is less than that listed
on the MO disk packaging.
Q2.
I can’t read MO disks
formatted in Windows on my
Macintosh.
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The Windows-formatted MO disk capacities that are compatible
with Mac OS are 128MB to 540MB. MO disks of 640MB and
larger are not compatible with Mac OS.
Windows 98 (including Second Edition)/Windows Me
Question
Q3.
I can’t format my MO disk.
Check
Check that the disk is not
write-protected.
Solution
Move the write protection tab on the under side of the MO disk
to the write position. (see page 32)
I can’t copy files to my MO
disks.
FDISK is not compatible with 1.3GB/640MB (2KB/Sector) MO
disks.
Q4.
After executing FDISK for the
MO disk, its capacity
decreased to one quarter its
previous size.
Q5.
I can’t use Drive Converter
(FAT32) with an MO disk.
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Drive Converter (FAT32) does not support MO disks.
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Windows 98 (including Second Edition)
Question
Q6.
I connected the MO, but the
icon doesn’t appear in [My
Computer].
Check
1. Is the cable connected?
Is the MO drive’s
power/access light lit?
2. Open [My computer] >
[Control Panel] > [System]
> [Device Manager] tab.
Are [Universal Serial Bus
Controller] and [USB MO
Storage Class Driver]
displayed?
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Solution
1-1 Check that the USB cable is correctly connected.
1-2 If you connected the drive while Windows 98 was not
running, or was in Standby or Suspended mode, restore
Windows 98 and then connect the USB cable.
1-3 Briefly disconnect and then reconnect the USB cable. If
your PC still does not recognize the MO drive, disconnect
the cable again, restart Windows 98 and then connect the
USB cable.
2 The utility software may not be properly installed or
Windows 98 may not be recognizing the MO drive correctly.
Use the following procedures to erase the USB information
and then reinstall the utility software.
1) Click [System] in [Control Panel] in the [My Computer]
window and then open [Device Manager] in [System
Properties].
2) Delete [USB MO Storage Class Driver] in [Universal
Serial Bus Controller] or delete [USB Magneto-Optical
Device] (may display as [USB Device]) in [Other
Devices].
3) Disconnect the USB cable for the USB MO drive.
4) Refer to page 43 and uninstall the USB MO Storage
Class Driver and TPP Storage Driver Installation.
5) Restart Windows 98.
6) Refer to page 21 and reinstall the utility software.
Windows 98 (including Second Edition) /Windows Me/ Windows 2000/ Windows XP
Question
Q7.
I can’t use Disk Copy function.
Check
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The Disk Copy function on the shortcut menu cannot be used
with MO disks.
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If the MO disk was formatted in the FAT16 (FAT) file format,
there is a limit to the number of files that can be registered in
the root directory. (If there are no files with long file names, the
maximum number of files is 512.)
If this occurs, create a folder and write the files into it. If you
cannot create a folder, delete some files and then create the
folder.
There is no limit to the number of files that can be stored in a
folder you create.
Q8.
Although there is free disk
space on the MO disk, I can’t
save files to it.
I formatted the MO disk and
then tried to copy from the
hard disk to the MO drive, but
none of the files were copied.
Solution
Although there was still free
space on the MO disk, after I
copied about 500 files to it, an
error message appeared and
the remaining files were not
copied.
Q9.
The drive icon is not displayed
when the PC wakes up from
energy saving mode.
—————
• Unplug the USB connector and then plug it back in.
Alternatively, connect to a different USB port.
• If it is connected via a USB hub, connect the MO drive directly
to the USB port on the computer itself.
• Restart the computer.
—————
• Unplug the USB connector and then plug it back in.
Alternatively, connect to a different USB port.
• If it is connected via a USB hub, connect the MO drive directly
to the USB port on the computer itself.
• Restart the computer.
Q10.
When connected using a hot
plug, the drive icon is
sometimes not displayed.
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Windows 2000
Question
Check
Solution
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There have been changes in the OS specifications and this kind
of problem occurs with the Service Packs 3 or 4. Follow the
instructions below.
1. Click the cancel button of the displayed message dialog box.
2. Eject the MO disk.
3. Inset the MO disk into the drive again.
You should now be able to use the MO disk normally.
Q11.
I have formatted the MO disk
as a Hard Disk then tried to
access the MO disk from the
application, but the message
“Unformatted disk, do you
want to format now?” is
displayed.
Examples of the changes in format that cause this problem:
1. MO disk recognized as non-logical format disk by the OS
have been formatted as a Hard Disk.
2. MO disk formatted from Floppy to Hard Disk formats.
3. MO disk formatted from Hard Disk to Floppy formats.
Windows XP
Question
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Solution
I can’t format or eject MO disks
or install or uninstall the utility
software.
When you logged on to
Windows, did you log on using
a Computer Administrator
account or an account with
Administrator privileges?
If you log on using something other than a Computer
Administrator account or an account with Administrator
privileges, you cannot format or eject MO disks or install or
uninstall Utility software. This occurs due to the restrictions
placed on users other than (Windows) system administrators to
prevent inadvertent changes to the system.
Log on using a Computer Administrator account or one that has
Administrator privileges.
Q12.
* An Administrator is a system administrator or a user with Administrator privileges.
Mac OS
Question
Check
Q13.
When I start up Mac OS with
an MO disk loaded in the MO
drive, I can’t read the MO disk
properly.
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Solution
Eject the MO disk from the MO drive. Briefly disconnect the
USB cable for the MO drive from your Macintosh’s USB port
and then reconnect it.
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Product Specifications
8 -1
Product Specifications
Product Name
DynaMO 1300U2 Pocket
ISO Standard 90mm (3.5-inch) MO disk
MO Disks
640MB/540MB/230MB/128MB
640MB/540MB/230MB*1 MO Disk with Direct Over Write (DOW)*2
GIGAMO Standard 90mm (3.5-inch) MO disk 1.3GB
4,500 min–1 (when using 640MB/540MB/230MB/128MB disks)*3
Rotation Speed
3,000 min–1 (when using 1.3GB disks)*3
Average Seek Time
45 ms
Buffer
2MB
5°C to 35°C
In Operation
Temperature
Not in Operation 0°C to 50°C
MTBF
100,000 Hours
Interface
USB 2.0/USB 1.1
Connector
USB mini-B (5 pin)
Power Supply
AC 100-240 V, 50-60 Hz, 0.3 A
AC adapter P/N CA05955-3411
Power Consumption
under 2.5 W
Dimensions
108 × 143 × 23 mm (W × D × H) (excluding protrusions)
Weight
400 g (excluding stand)
*1 ISO standards do not apply to 230MB MO disks with DOW.
*2 The writing speed of the DOW disk is equivalent to a standard MO Disk.
*3 1min–1=1rpm
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DynaMO 1300U2 Pocket USER’S MANUAL
September 2003 • 1st Edition
Manufactured by:
FUJITSU LIMITED
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