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LaCie Dupli Disc DVD121 USB 2.0
User Manual
Table of Contents
page Table of Contents
Health and Safety Precautions
General Use Precautions
Media Precautions
1. Introduction To The LaCie Dupli Disc DVD121
1.1. A Few Words About Copyright Laws
1.1.1. Data Safety
1.1.2. Manual Updates
2. Your LaCie Dupli Disc DVD121
2.1. Supported DVD Formats
2.2. Supported CD Formats
2.3. Views Of The Drive
2.3.1. Front View
2.3.2. Front View - Control Panel
2.3.3. Front View - DVD-ROM And DVD±RW Drives
2.3.4. Rear View
3. Setting Up Your LaCie Dupli Disc DVD121
3.1. Powering On Your LaCie Dupli Disc DVD121
3.2. Connecting Via USB
3.2.1. How to activate USB connectivity on your duplicator:
3.3. Turning Off The LaCie Dupli Disc DVD121
4. Using Your LaCie Dupli Disc DVD121
4.1. “1. Copy”
4.2. “2. Test”
4.3. “3. Test & Copy”
4.4. “4. Verify”
4.5. “5. Compare”
4.6. “6. Prescan”
4.7. “7. Disc Info”
4.8. “8. Select Source”
4.9. “9. Image”
4.10. “10. Edit Track”
4.10.2. “10.2 CD to HDD”
4.10.3. “10.3 Play Audio Track”
4.10.4. “10.4 Close Session”
4.11. “11. Setup”
4.11.1. “11.1. Language”
4.11.2. “11.2. CD Burn Speed”
4.11.3. “11.3. DVD Burn Speed”
4.11.4. “11.4. Read Speed”
4.11.5. “11.5. Auto Start Drive”
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4.11.6. “11.6. Startup Menu”
4.11.7. “11.7. Auto Verify”
4.11.8. “11.8. Auto Compare”
4.11.9. “11.9. Auto Prescan”
4.11.10. “11.10. Eject Disc”
4.11.11. “11.11. Burn On The Fly”
4.11.12. “11.12. Burn Mode”
4.11.13. “11.13. Display Time”
4.11.14. “11.14. Button Sound”
4.11.15. “11.15. Device Info”
4.11.16. “11.16. System Info”
4.11.17. “11.17. Quick Erase”
4.11.18. “11.18. Full Erase”
4.12. “12. USB Mode”
4.13. “13. Advanced Setup”
4.13.1. “13.1. UnderRun Protect”
4.13.2. “13.2. Overburn”
4.13.3. “13.3. Read Error Skip”
4.13.4. “13.4. Format HDD”
4.13.5. “13.5. Verify HDD”
4.13.6. “13.6. Burn-in”
4.13.7. “13.7. Update Firmware”
4.13.8. “13.8. Compare Firmware”
4.13.9. “13.9. H/W Diagnostic”
4.13.10. “13.10. Local Default”
4.13.11. “13.11. CD + G”
4.13.12 “13.12. ISRC & MCN”
4.13.13. “13.13. CD-TEXT”
4.13.14. “13.14. USB Option”
5. Troubleshooting
5.1. About The Display Screen
5.2. About Error Messages
5.3. Errors With The DVD Drives
5.4. Errors With Control Panel Buttons
5.5. High Disc Failure Rates
5.6. Emergency Ejection Of Discs
5.7. Display Screen Messages
6. Contacting Customer Support
6.1. Before You Contact Technical Support
7. Warranty
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Copyrights
Copyright © 2006 LaCie. All
rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a
retrieval system, or transmitted in any
form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or
otherwise, without the prior written
consent of LaCie.
Trademarks
All trademarks mentioned in this
manual are the property of their respective owners.
Changes
The material in this document is
for information only and subject to
change without notice. While reasonable efforts have been made in the
preparation of this document to assure
its accuracy, LaCie assumes no liability
resulting from errors or omissions in
this document, or from the use of the
information contained herein. LaCie
reserves the right to make changes or
revisions in the product design or the
product manual without reservation
and without obligation to notify any
person of such revisions and changes.
Canada Compliance Statement
This Class A digital apparatus
meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment
Regulations.
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page FCC Statement
LaCie Dupli Disc DVD121 USB 2.0
Tested To Comply
With FCC standards
FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE
This device complies with Part 15
of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject
to the following conditions:
1. The devices may not cause harmful
interference
2. The devices must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
NOTE: This equipment has been
tested and found to comply with the
limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses
and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may
cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning
the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try and 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.
Modifications to this product not
authorized by LaCie could void the
FCC & Industry Canada regulations
and negate your authority to operate
the product.
CAUTION: Modifications
not authorized by the manufacturer may void the user’s authority to operate this device.
Manufacturer’s Declaration
for CE Certification
We, LaCie, solemnly declare
that this product conforms to the following European standards: Class B
EN60950, EN55022, EN50082-1,
EN61000-3-2
With reference to the following conditions:
73/23/EEC Low Voltage Directive
89/336/EEC EMC Directive
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This symbol on the product or on its packaging
indicates that this product must not be disposed
of with your other household waste.
Instead, it is your responsibility to
dispose of your waste equipment by
handing it over to a designed collection point for the recycling of waste
electrical and electronic equipment.
The separate collection and recycling
of your waste equipment at the time of
disposal will help to conserve natural
resources and ensure that it is recycled in a manner that protects human
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page health and the environment. For more
information about where you can drop
off your waste equipment for recycling,
please contact your local city office,
your household waste disposal service,
or the shop where you purchased the
product.
Class I Laser product
This equipment is certified to comply
with DHHS Rule 21 CFR Chapter I,
subchapter J in effect as of the date of
manufacture.
I Laser product and no hazardous laser
radiation is emitted outside the drive.
Laser Specification
Class I Laser product
Wave Length: 635-675 nm / 640-66
nm, 775-815 nm
Laser Power: No hazardous radiation
is emitted.
This equipment is classified as a Class
Health and Safety Precautions
• Only qualified persons are authorized to carry out maintenance on
this device.
• Read this User Manual carefully
and follow the correct procedure
when setting up the device.
• Do not open your duplicator or attempt to disassemble or modify it.
Never insert any metallic object
into the drive to avoid any risk of
electrical shock, fire, short-circuiting or dangerous emissions. Your
duplicator contains no user-serviceable parts. If it appears to be malfunctioning, have it inspected by a
qualified LaCie Technical Support
representative.
• Never expose your device to rain,
or use it near water, or in damp or
wet conditions. Never place objects
containing liquids on the duplicator,
as they may spill into its openings.
Doing so increases the risk of electrical shock, short-circuiting, fire or
personal injury.
• Make sure that the computer and
duplicatord are electrically grounded. If the devices are not grounded,
there is an increased risk of electrical shock. Power requirements 100240 V~, 1.5 A, 60-50 Hz, (Supply
voltage fluctuations not exceeding ±
10% of the nominal, transient overvoltages according to over-voltage
category II).
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• Do not expose the duplicator to
temperatures outside the range of 5°
C to 35° C (41° F to 95° F); or to operational humidity beyond 5-80%,
non-condensing, or non-operating
humidity beyond 10-90%, noncondensing. Doing so may damage
the duplicator or disfigure its casing.
Avoid placing your duplicator near
a source of heat or exposing it to
sunlight (even through a window).
Inversely, placing your duplicator in
an environment that is too cold or
humid may damage the unit.
• Rated cooling for altitudes up to
2000 meters.
• Always unplug the duplicator from
the electrical outlet if there is a risk
of lightning or if it will be unused
for an extended period of time.
Otherwise, there is an increased risk
of electrical shock, short-circuiting
or fire.
• Use only the power supply shipped
with the device.
• Do not use the duplicator near
other electrical appliances such as
televisions, radios or speakers. Doing so may cause interference which
will adversely affect the operation of
the other products.
• Do not place the duplicator near
sources of magnetic interference,
such as computer displays, televisions or speakers. Magnetic inter-
ference can affect the operation and
stability of your duplicator.
• Do not place heavy objects on top
of the duplicator or use excessive
force on it.
• Never use excessive force on your
duplicator. If you detect a problem,
consult the Troubleshooting section
in this manual.
CAUTION: The LaCie Dupli
Disc DVD121's warranty may
be void as a result of the failure
to respect the precautions listed
above.
Media Precautions
• Do not use or store CD-ROM
and DVD-ROM discs and blank
CD-R/RW or DVD-R/RW discs
in places which are dirty or dusty;
which are subject to extreme temperatures; which are warm, humid or
favorable to condensation; or which
are exposed to direct sunlight.
• Do not use cracked, warped or damaged discs.
• Do not touch or write on the disc’s
reading/writing surface.
• Do not drop, bend, flex or place any
heavy objects on the disc.
• Do not apply any disc labels that
may come off inside the drive.
• Store discs in their protective
sleeves or cases when they are not
being used.
• Do not incinerate unwanted or unusable discs: discs that are no longer
used should be disposed of properly
according to local rules and regulations.
• Do not mix CD-R/DVD-R/
DVD+R and CD-RW/DVD-RW/
DVD+RW media when duplicating. When duplicating a master disc,
use either only all CD-R/DVD-R/
DVD+R or all CD-RW/DVDRW/DVD+RW media in the target
drives. Otherwise, a duplication error will occur.
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Introduction
page 1. Introduction To The LaCie Dupli Disc DVD121
Your LaCie Dupli Disc DVD121 is a smart and
easy-to-use device dedicated to DVD and CD duplication, bringing you the following features:
• Two IDE DVD±RW drives that can record almost
any type of data on DVD+R, DVD+RW, DVD-R,
DVD-RW, DVD-R9/+R9 Double Layer, CD-R
and CD-RW discs (see page 8 for details);
• A smart IDE electronic controller that automatically
recognizes the data format of the disc you have inserted in the source drive;
• A sturdy casing with an integrated long-life power
supply.
When used as a stand-alone duplication solution,
your LaCie Dupli Disc DVD121 is completely autonomous, requiring no software or computer to duplicate
DVDs or CDs. Its various functions allow you to make
copies of a master disc at once for quick, easy duplication.
To ensure fail-proof duplication, the LaCie DVD
Dupli-121 provides a duplication test function, allowing
you to simulate a recording without actually recording
to the blank disc. We recommend using this feature if
you feel your master or target DVD or CD media may
be scratched or damaged. This will help you to use your
blank media more efficiently.
With its Read Check and Verification functions,
you can check that your burned audio CDs will be read
properly and that your burned data CDs/DVDs have
been duplicated correctly.
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Introduction
page 1.1. A Few Words About Copyright Laws
Your new LaCie duplicator opens up a whole world
of possibilities for copying data and audio onto disc.
Please be responsible in your use of this wonderful technology. Before copying anything onto a CD-R, CDRW, DVD±R or DVD±RW disc, make sure you are not
violating any copyright laws.
Most software companies allow licensed owners to
make one (1) backup or archive copy of their software.
Check your software’s license agreement for specific details.
Copying audio CDs for distribution to third parties
is illegal and punishable by law. LaCie cannot be held
responsible for the inappropriate use of these devices.
■ 1.1.1. Data Safety
LaCie and its suppliers accept no liability for any
loss of data or any other damage, whether direct or indirect, resulting from the use or malfunction of this product. As a precaution, it is recommended that the discs
be tested after they have been written to. Please ensure
that a backup copy of any important data is made on a
separate storage unit in order to have a safe copy in the
event of data loss or corruption. Under no circumstances
do LaCie or its suppliers guarantee the reliability of the
CD or DVD media used in this drive.
■ 1.1.2. Manual Updates
LaCie is constantly striving to give you the most
up-to-date, comprehensive User’s Manuals available on
the market. It is our goal to provide you with a friendly,
easy-to-use format that will help you quickly install and
utilize the many functions of your new device.
If your manual does not reflect the configurations of
the product that you purchased, please check our Web
site for the most current version available.
Important Info: Using these devices to
duplicate more than one personal copy of CDROM, CD-DA (audio) CD software, DVD-ROM
or any other CD or DVD protected by copyright is
strictly prohibited.
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page 2. Your LaCie Dupli Disc DVD121
2.1. Supported DVD Formats
Your LaCie DVD Dupli-121 can duplicate the following DVD formats:
DVD-ROM with ISO Header
ISO 9660
Personal DVD-Video discs
DVD±R
Hybrid CD (ISO & HFS)
DVD-ROM pure UDF
DVD±RW
HFS
UDF 1.5
DVD-R9/+R9 Double Layer
JOLIET
UDF 2.0
Important Info: Although it features a
DVD-ROM drive, you cannot copy professional
DVD-Video movies with the LaCie DVD Dupli121. All professional DVD-Video movies are
protected by copyright laws.
2.2. Supported CD Formats
Your LaCie DVD Dupli-121 can record most of the
popular CD formats, including:
CD-ROM
Photo CD
CD-ROM XA
Video CD
CD-DA (audio)
CD-Plus (CD-Extra)
CD-Mixed mode
CD-Bridge
CD+G (Karaoke CDs)
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■ 2.3.1. Front View
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Control Panel
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Source/Master Drive (default setting: see
“Menu 8” to modify)
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Target/Slave Drive (default setting: see
“Menux8” to modify)
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Activity/Power LED
5
On/Off Button
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■ 2.3.2. Front View - Control Panel
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Display Panel - Shows which function is being
performed and displays messages.
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Up Arrow - Push this button to scroll up through
the functions and menus.
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ENT Button - Push this button to start a selected
function.
4
ESC Button - Push this button to cancel a selected function.
5
Down Arrow - Push this button to scroll down
through the functions and menus.
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■ 2.3.3. Front View - DVD-ROM And DVD±RW Drives
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Media Tray - This is where you insert the master
and blank media.
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Load/Eject Button - Opens and closes the media
trays.
3
Activity LED - Lights up when the drive is accessing media.
4
Emergency Eject Hole - Insert a straightened paper
clip (or similar object) and push to eject the tray
if the load/eject button does not work. In normal
operation, the eject button should always be used
to unload the tray. If you must use the emergency
eject hole, make sure the drive’s power is turned
off and wait until disc rotation has stopped. See
page 38, Emergency Ejection of Discs for more
details.
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■ 2.3.4. Rear View
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Power Supply Connector - This is where you plug
in the power supply cable supplied with your
LaCie DVD Dupli-121.
2
Fan - Helps keep your LaCie DVD Dupli-121
cool during operation. Do not block and ensure
there is sufficient space to allow for proper
operation.
3
Serial Number Sticker - Write down the serial
number and keep it in a safe place, because you
will need to provide the number in the event you
have to call LaCie Technical Support for any
reason in regard to the drive’s performance. The
serial number would also come in handy if your
drive is lost or stolen.
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USB Port - This is where you connect a USB
chord in order to interface with your computer.
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3. Setting Up Your LaCie Dupli Disc DVD121
3.1. Powering On Your LaCie Dupli Disc DVD121
Setting up your LaCie Dupli Disc DVD121 is a
snap – just follow these basic steps:
1. Set-up your LaCie Dupli Disc DVD121 on a flat
surface, in an appropriate place.
2. Connect the provided AC cable to the back of the
LaCie Dupli Disc DVD121 and the other end to a
properly grounded outlet.
3. Turn on the LaCie Dupli Disc DVD121 using the
On/Off switch located on the front of the device.
Once the LaCie Dupli Disc DVD121 is turned on,
the following messages will appear (see right hand column).
After the initialization is completed, the LaCie Dupli Disc DVD121 will automatically reach the Copy
menu.
DVD Duplicator
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Initialize SDRAM
Detect Drives
IDE BUS: 1 MASTER
Detect Drives
IDE BUS: 2 SLAVE
3.2. Connecting Via USB
Your LaCie Dupli-121 can also be used as a standard
USB DVD±RW when connected to any USB-equipped
Mac or PC.
This feature is useful for creating Master CDs/
DVDs. However please note that, in USB, mode duplication is no longer possible, as you will only be able
to use the master/source drive (the top drive). Once you
have created your master disc, you will need to switch
back to Standalone mode to duplicate it.
We advise you connect your duplicator to a USB 2.0
port to take advantage of the full 16x speed of the drive.
When connected to a USB 1.1 port the writing speed of
the device will be limited to 4x.
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■ 3.2.1. How to activate USB connectivity on
your duplicator:
1. Connect the duplicator to your PC or Mac via the
USB 2.0 port on the back of the duplicator.
2. Scroll to menu 12. USB Mode and press ENT.
12. USB Mode
3. When the USB mode is activated, you will see the
following message (“LH” = link host):
USB LH mode
Once USB is activated, the top drive will operate as a
standard external DVD burner on your Mac or PC. Use
the bundled software to create CD or DVD masters. Make sure that you are using the duplicator on a
Hi-Speed USB 2.0 host. Connected to a USB 1.1 host,
the drive will only record CDs at 4x maximum. DVD
recording with USB 1.1 is not possible due to the limited transfer rate of the USB 1.1 interface.
3. Switch back to Stand-alone mode. You need to return to the standalone mode to duplicate discs. From
the above screen, USB LH Mode, press the Down
Arrow. Choose Yes to return to Standalone (SA) or
No to remain connected via USB.
Back to SA-Mode?
Yes
CAUTION: When returning to standalone
mode your duplicator will automatically restart.
3.3. Turning Off The LaCie Dupli Disc DVD121
To turn off the LaCie Dupli Disc DVD121, wait
until all duplications have finished, and then push the
On/Off switch on the front of the device.
CAUTION: Do not turn off the LaCie Dupli
Disc DVD121 during duplication. Doing so will
cancel the duplication, render the DVD±R/RW or
CD-R/RW media unusable and may damage the
unit.
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4. Using Your LaCie Dupli Disc DVD121
There are 12 major functions in the copy controller,
and there are subfunctions in functions 11 and 13 as the
following figures show.
1. Copy
2. Test
3. Test & Copy
4. Verify
5. Compare
6. Prescan
Copy Controller
7. Disc Info
10.1 CD to CD
8. Select Source
10.2 CD to HDD
9. Image
10.3 Play Audio Track
10. Edit Track
10.4 Close Session
11. Setup
12. USB Mode
13. Advanced Setup
(continued on the next page)
Press ESC for 3 seconds to
access 13. Advanced Setup
(continued on the next page)
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11.1 Language
11.2 CD Burn Speed
11. Setup
11.3 DVD Burn Speed
13.1 UnderRun Protect
11.4 Read Speed
13.2 Overburn
11.5 Auto Start Drive
13.3 Read Error Skip
11.6 Startup Menu
13.4 Format HDD
11.7 Auto Verify
13.5 Verify HDD
11.8 Auto Compare
13.6 Burn-in
11.9 Auto Prescan
13.7 Update Firmware
11.10 Eject Disc
13. Advanced Setup
13.8 Compare Firmware
11.11 Burn On The Fly
13.9 H/W Diagnostic
11.12 Burn Mode
13.10 Load Default
11.13 Display Time
13.11 CD + G
11.14 Button Sound
13.12 ISRC & MCN
11.15 Device Info
13.13 CD-TEXT
11.16 System Info
13.14 USB Option
11.17 Quick Erase
11.18 Full Erase
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4.1. “1. Copy”
The Copy mode allows you to copy data directly
from a source DVD onto a blank DVD disc. Before
copying, make sure that the source disc is placed into
the source drive.
After the initialization process has finished, press
the ENT button to select function 1. Copy. Place a
source CD or DVD into the source drive (top drive)
and a blank CD or DVD disc into the DVD±RW drive
(the bottom drive).
1. Copy
After the drives have detected the DVD media, press
the ENT button to start copying. The screen will display
the following information:
Copying - DVD* xxxx.x MB
0%
X:XX
MB = number of megabytes remaining to be copied
x:xx = remaining time before completion
x% = percentage of completion
Once the copy is complete, the screen will display
the following information:
1. Copy
OK: 01
The LaCie DVD Dupli-121 will automatically eject
the copied disc.
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4.2. “2. Test”
The Test function is designed to simulate the copying process, and does not write data to the blank disc.
Technical note: Due to a technical limitation of the DVD+ format, the Test function
does not support DVD+R or DVD+RW media.
Once the initialization is completed and the 1. Copy
menu is displayed, press the Down Arrow on the control panel once to scroll to the 2. Test menu option.
Place a source CD/DVD into the source drive and a
blank CD/DVD disc into the DVD-RW drive. Press
the ENT button to select this function.
2. Test
Technical note: If you are using a DVDRW disc that contains data, this data will be
quickly erased prior to the simulation.
The screen will display the following information:
2. Testing - DVD
xxxx.x MB
0%
d:xx:xx
When the test is completed, the screen will display the following information:
2. Test
OK: 01
Technical note: If you need to stop the
test during the testing process, this will not affect
the DVD disc. If you are using a DVD-RW disc,
the data will be erased.
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4.3. “3. Test & Copy”
The Test & Copy function first tests the source and
blank discs. If the test is OK, the Copy process will then
start automatically.
Technical note: Due to a technical limitation of the DVD+ format, the Test & Copy function does not support DVD+R or DVD+RW media.
Once the initialization is completed and the 1. Copy
menu is displayed, press the Down Arrow on the control panel twice to scroll to the 3. Test & Copy menu
option. Place a source DVD into the source drive and
a blank DVD disc into the DVD±RW drive. Press the
ENT button select this function.
3. Test & Copy
The screen will display the following information:
Testing - DVD
xxxx.x MB
0%
d:xx:xx
Once the Testing process is complete, the copying
process will begin automatically, and the screen will
display the following information during the copying
process:
Copying - DVD
xxxx.x MB
0%
d:xx.xx
When the process is completed, the screen will
display the following information:
3. Test & Copy
OK: 01
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4.4. “4. Verify”
The Verify process is used to ensure that the disc can
be read correctly.
Once the initialization is completed and the 1. Copy
menu is displayed, press the Down Arrow on the control panel three times to scroll to the 4. Verify menu
option. Place the copied disc into the DVD±RW drive.
Press the ENT button select this function.
The screen will display the following information
during the Verify process:
Verify - DVD
xxxx.xx MB
0%
d:xx.xx
When the process is completed, the screen will display the following information:
4. Verify
4. Verify
OK: 01
4.5. “5. Compare”
The Compare function is used to make a comparison between the source disc and the duplicated disc after copying in order to ensure that all data have been
copied.
Once the initialization is completed and the 1. Copy
menu is displayed, press the Down Arrow on the control panel four times to scroll to the 5. Compare menu
option. Place the source DVD into the source drive
and the copied disc into the DVD±RW drive. Press the
ENT button select this function.
5. Compare
Compare
Fail: 0
0%
d:xx.xx
OK:1
Diff: 0
Press the ENT button to view details of the source
disc, and the screen will show the following information:
Src: 01
Total:
The screen will show the following information during the Compare process:
Compare - DVD
xxxx.xx MB
When the process is completed, the screen will show
the following information:
DVD-ROM
xxxx.xx MB
Press the ENT button to view details of the copied
disc, and the if the comparision is identical, the screen
will show the following information:
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If the comparison fails (as below), the screen will indicate the failure. Press the ENT button twice and the
screen will show the following information:
Src: 02
DVD-RW
TOC not match
4.6. “6. Prescan”
The Prescan function is used to scan the source
DVD to ensure that it can be read correctly and to test
the reading speed.
Once the initialization is completed and the 1. Copy
menu is displayed, press the Down Arrow on the control panel five times to scroll to the 6. Prescan menu
option. Place the source DVD into the source drive and
press the ENT button select this function.
The screen will display the following information
during the Prescan process:
Scanning - DVD
xxxx.xx MB
0%
d:xx.xx
When the process is completed and the source DVD
can be read correctly, the screen will show the following
information:
PreScan OK!
4.7. “7. Disc Info”
The Disc Info function is used to display information, such as disc type and capacity, regarding the source
disc.
Once the initialization is completed and the 1. Copy
menu is displayed, press the Down Arrow on the control panel six times to scroll to the 7. Disc Info menu
option. Place the source DVD into the source drive and
press the ENT button select this function.
7. Disc Info
The screen will display the following information
during the Disc Info process:
Disc Type:
Capacity:
DVD-ROM
xxxx.xx MB
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4.8. “8. Select Source”
The Select Source function is used to choose the
drive for the source data. The default source drive is the
top drive.
Note that even if you change the source drive, only
the top one can be used when connected in USB.
4.9. “9. Image”
This menu option is not available with this model.
4.10. “10. Edit Track”
The Edit Track function was designed to create a
collection of audio tracks from various audio CDs onto
one CD. This model only features the CD to CD and
Close Session options.
Press the ENT button again and the screen will display this information:
Select Track:
1/10 03:25
Once the initialization is completed and the 1.xCopy
menu is displayed, press the Down Arrow on the control panel 9 times to scroll to the 10. Edit Track menu
option. Place the source audio CD into the source drive
and a blank CD-R or CD-RW into the target drive and
press the ENT button select this function.
In this screen, the “1/10” refers to the first of 10 audio tracks, and the “03:25” refers to the length of the
audio track.
CAUTION: Do not open the DVD±RW tray
while performing the Edit Track function. Doing so
may cause an error and may close the session of the
disc being recorded, rendering the disc unreadable.
You can use the Down Arrow button on the control
panel to view additional tracks. Once the track that you
would like to add is displayed, press the ENT button. A
“+” will appear beside the selected track, as shown in the
following screen:
7. Disc Info
After selecting this option, press the ENT button
and the following screen will appear:
10-01 . Edit Track
CD to CD Edit
Select Track:
+1/10 03:25
CAUTION: Pressing the ENT button after the
track is selected will cancel the selected track.
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Once you have selected the track, use the Down Arrow button to move to the End menu, as shown in the
following screen:
Select Track:
End 1Track03:25
Press the ENT button to finish the CD editing, and
use the to confirm Yes or No.
End edit disc
and burn?Yes
The Display screen will show the copying information, and the screen will display the following information:
Copying- 48X Edit
1/10 -> 1/1
In this screen, the “1/1” refers to the first track of all
the tracks that have been selected.
When the copying is completed, the screen will display the following information:
Burn Complete!
OK: 01
The system will ask if you want to keep editing, as
shown in the screen below. Use the up and Down Arrows to confirm Yes or No.
Continue edit
next disc?Yes
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If you want to keep editing, the current source CD
will be ejected automatically, and the system will ask you
to insert another CD, as shown below:
Insert next disc
After inserting the next CD, follow the previous
steps to select the tracks and record them. When you
have compiled all of the tracks that you would like to
include on your CD and you come to the “Continue edit
next Disc?” screen, use the Down Arrow to select No
from the Continue Edit screen, as shown below:
Continue edit
next Disc?No
Press the ENT button to close the compilation process, and the system will ask you if you want to close all
of the sessions, as shown below. Use the up and Down
Arrows to confirm Yes or No.
Close all disc’s
session? Yes
Once you have closed the session, the following
screen will be displayed:
Closing Session
Please wait--The screen will then display the following information. Your CD is ready.
Close Complete
OK: 1
Fail: 0
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■ 4.10.2. “10.2 CD to HDD”
This function is not available.
■ 4.10.3. “10.3 Play Audio Track”
This function is not available.
■ 4.10.4. “10.4 Close Session”
Allows you to finish up the disc (close the session)
when you have burnt a CD using the track by track option (see page 22, “10 Edit Track”).
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4.11. “11. Setup”
The Setup menu allows you to change the LaCie
Dupli Disc DVD121 default settings. Once you have
changed a setting, press the ENT button to save the
changes.
Once the initialization is completed and the 1. Copy
menu is displayed, press the Down Arrow on the control
panel ten times to scroll to the 11. Setup menu option.
Important Info: For optimal performance,
it is recommended that you leave the default
settings as they are currently set.
11. Setup
There are 18 separate options under the “11. Setup”
menu:
11. Setup
11.1 Language
11.10 Eject Disc
11.2 CD Burn Speed
11.11 Burn On The Fly
11.3 DVD Burn Speed
11.12 Burn Mode
11.4 Read Speed
11.13 Display Time
11.5 Auto Start Drive
11.14 Button Sound
11.6 Startup Menu
11.15 Device Info
11.7 Auto Verify
11.16 System Info
11.8 Auto Compare
11.17 Quick Erase
11.9 Auto Prescan
11.18 Full Erase
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■ 4.11.1. “11.1. Language”
This function allows you to select the language that
will be used to display messages on the Display screen.
Once you are in the 11. Setup menu screen, press the
ENT button and the following screen will be displayed:
11-01.Setup
Language
Press the ENT button to choose this option and
change the language.
■ 4.11.2. “11.2. CD Burn Speed”
This function allows you to change the speed at which
the LaCie Dupli Disc DVD121 records CDs. From the
above menu, press the ESC button and use the up and
Down Arrows to scroll to the following screen:
11-02.Setup
CD Burn Speed
Press the Ent button to choose this option and
change the CD burn speed of the DVD±RW drive.
The default setting is Auto, meaning the duplicator will
automatically adapt the speed to match your media’s
speed.
Technical note: The minimum burning
speed is 4x.
CD Burn Speed
48x
■ 4.11.3. “11.3. DVD Burn Speed”
This function allows you to change the speed at
which the LaCie Dupli Disc DVD121 records DVDs.
From the above menu, press the ESC button and use
the Down Arrow to scroll to the following screen: 11-03.Setup
DVD Burn Speed
Press the ENT button to choose this option and
change the DVD burn speed of the DVD±RW drive.
The default setting is Maximum.
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■ 4.11.4. “11.4. Read Speed”
Important Info: LaCie highly
recommends that this setting not be altered and
be left at its default setting (Maximum).
This function allows you to change the speed at
which the LaCie Dupli Disc DVD121 reads DVDs.
From the above menu, press the ESC button and use
the Down Arrow to scroll to the following screen: 11-04.Setup
Read Speed
Press the ENT button to choose this option and
change the read speed of the source drive. The default
setting is Maximum.
■ 4.11.5. “11.5. Auto Start Drive”
This function allows the LaCie Dupli Disc DVD121
to automatically copy or test blank DVD discs when
they are placed in the DVD±RW drive. From the above
menu, press the ESC button and use the Down Arrow
to scroll to the following screen:
Press the ENT button to choose this option. The
default setting is Off.
11-05.Setup
Auto Start Drive
■ 4.11.6. “11.6. Startup Menu”
This function allows you to select any one of the
functions (except Advanced Setup) as the first function to appear after the LaCie Dupli Disc DVD121 has
completed its initialization after being started. From the
above menu, press the ESC button and use the Down
Arrow to scroll to the following screen:
11-06.Setup
Startup Menu
Press the ENT button to choose this option. The
default setting is Copy. After choosing a function, press
the ENT button set your choice.
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■ 4.11.7. “11.7. Auto Verify”
This function enables the LaCie DVD Dupli-121
to automatically verify if the recorded disc can be read
properly after recording. From the above menu, press
the ESC button and use the Down Arrow to scroll to
the following screen:
11-07.Setup
Auto Verify
Press the ENT button to choose this option. The
default setting is Off. Press the Down Arrow to select
On.
Technical note: To automatically check
the source disc use menu 9. Auto Prescan.
■ 4.11.8. “11.8. Auto Compare”
This function enables the LaCie DVD Dupli-121
to automatically compare the source disc to the target
disc after copying. From the above menu, press the ESC
button and use the Down Arrow to scroll to the following screen:
Press the ENT button to choose this option. The
default setting is Off. Press the Down Arrow to select
On.
11-08.Setup
Auto Compare
■ 4.11.9. “11.9. Auto Prescan”
This function enables the LaCie DVD Dupli-121
to automatically scan the source disc to ensure that it
can be read correctly, and it also tests the read speed.
From the above menu, press the ESC button and use
the Down Arrow to scroll to the following screen:
11-09.Setup
Auto Prescan
Press the ENT button to choose this option. The
default setting is Off. Press the Down Arrow to select
On.
Technical note: To automatically check
the recorded disc use menu 7. Auto Verify.
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■ 4.11.10. “11.10. Eject Disc”
This function provides three separate choices: Eject
Good Only, Eject All Disc and Do Not Eject. The
Eject Good Only function enables the LaCie DVD
Dupli-121 to automatically eject discs only when the
copy was successful. The Eject All Disc function enables
the LaCie Dupli Disc DVD121 to automatically eject
all discs, regardless if the copy was successful or not. The
Do Not Eject function ensures that all discs have to be
ejected manually.
11-10.Setup
Eject Disc
Press the ENT button to choose this option. The
default setting is Eject Good Only. Press the Down
Arrow to select Eject All Disc or Do Not Eject.
From the above menu, press the ESC button and use
the Down Arrow to scroll to the following screen:
■ 4.11.11. “11.11. Burn On The Fly”
This option is not available on this model.
■ 4.11.12. “11.12. Burn Mode”
This function allows you to set the type of recording
method for CDs. There are three modes: DAO (Disc At
Once), TAO Not Close (Track At Once, unclosed CD)
and TAO (Track At Once). From the above menu, press
the ESC button and use the Down Arrow to scroll to
the following screen:
11-13.Setup
Burn Mode
Press the ENT button to choose this option. The
default setting is DAO. Press the Down Arrow to select
TAO Not Close or TAO.
■ 4.11.13. “11.13. Display Time”
This function allows you to display the amount of
time before a function is completed. From the above
menu, press the ESC button and use the Down Arrow
to scroll to the following screen:
11-13.Setup
Display Time
Press the ENT button to choose this option. The
default setting is Off. Press the Down Arrow to select
On.
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■ 4.11.14. “11.14. Button Sound”
This function allows you to turn the sound of the
buttons when pressed on or off. From the above menu,
press the ESC button and use the Down Arrow to scroll
to the following screen:
11-14.Setup
Button Sound
Press the ENT button to choose this option. The
default setting is ON. Press the Down Arrow to select
OFF.
■ 4.11.15. “11.15. Device Info”
This function displays the basic information about
the DVD drives, such as the model and individual
drive’s firmware. From the above menu, press the ESC
button and use the Down Arrow to scroll to the following screen:
11-15.Setup
Device Info
Press the ENT button to choose this option.
00 IDE1 Master
DVD-RW:_NEC
Press the Down Arrow button to choose the other
drive. Press the ENT button to select the drive.
DVD-RW ND-3550A
1.05
Press the ENT button again to view information
about the other drive.
■ 4.11.16. “11.16. System Info”
This function displays information about the duplicator system, such as the system’s firmware. From the
above menu, press the ESC button and use the Down
Arrow to scroll to the following screen:
11-16.Setup
System Info
Press the ENT button.
Example of information that may be displayed:
DVD Duplicator
1-1 ver: 2.14
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■ 4.11.17. “11.17. Quick Erase”
This function is used to erase CD-RW and
DVD±RW discs. This option only erases the TOC (Table Of Contents), and does not create any free space on
the rewritable disc. Note that your data remain on the
disc and will only be erased when the disc is rewritten.
From the above menu, press the ESC button and use
the Down Arrow to scroll to the following screen:
Press the ENT button to choose this option, and use
the arrow buttons to confirm Yes or No.
11-17.Setup
Quick Erase
■ 4.11.18. “11.18. Full Erase”
This function is used to erase both the TOC (Table
Of Contents) and data from CD-RW and DVD±RW
discs. Data cannot be retrieved after performing this
function, and this process also takes more time than a
Quick Erase. From the above menu, press the ESC button and use the Down Arrow to scroll to the following
screen:
11-18.Setup
Full Erase
Press the ENT button to choose this option, and use
the up and Down Arrows to confirm Yes or No.
4.12. “12. USB Mode”
In this function, you have the opportunity to choose
between the “USB LH mode” (“LH” = link host), which
links the top drive to your computer enabling the Dupli
Disc DVD 121 to be used as a standard external USB
DVD±RW drive;
OR
“SA mode” (standalone mode), which allows the
standalone CD/DVD duplicator features.
When switching back to SA mode, your duplicator
will automatically reboot.
See page 14, Connecting Via USB.
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4.13. “13. Advanced Setup”
The Advanced Setup menu allows you to change
the System Configuration. To access the Advanced
Setup menu, return to the Setup menu and press the
ESC button for 2 seconds.
There are 14 submenu options under the 13.
Advanced Setup menu. The following are the Advanced
Setup submenus:
13. Advanced Setup
13. Advanced Setup
Then press the Down Arrow button to scroll the
different options and menus. Press the ENT button to
select the function.
13.1 Under-Run Protect
13.8 Compare Firmwaare
13.2 Overburn
13.9 H/W Diagnostic
13.3 Read Error Skip
13.10 Load Default
13.4 Format HDD
13.11 CD+G
13.5 Verify HDD
13.12 ISRC & MCN
13.6 Burn in
13.13 CD-TEXT
13.7 Update Firmware
13.14 USB Option
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■ 4.13.1. “13.1. UnderRun Protect”
This function allows you to set and control the Buffer Under-Run Protection. We strongly suggest you to
set this function On. The default setting is On.
When burning discs, and particularly audio CDs,
this protection ensures that the data stream is as continuous as possible, thus avoiding buffer underrun errors.
■ 4.13.2. “13.2. Overburn”
This function allows you to overburn data beyond
the normal limitation of your blank media. The default
setting is Off.
■ 4.13.3. “13.3. Read Error Skip”
This function allows you to ignore any error that occurs during the duplication. Normally, when an error occurs, the LaCie Dupli Disc DVD125 displays an error
message and stops the duplication. This function may
be useful for copying defective DVD or CD discs. The
default setting is Off.
■ 4.13.4. “13.4. Format HDD”
This function is not available.
■ 4.13.5. “13.5. Verify HDD”
This function is not available.
■ 4.13.6. “13.6. Burn-in”
This function is not available.
CAUTION: LaCie warns you that enabling this
function may irreversibly damage your duplicator.
LaCie strongly recommends you NOT to enable this
function.
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■ 4.13.7. “13.7. Update Firmware”
Updating the duplicator’s firmware will allow you to
replace the duplicator’s drives. However, this will void
your warranty.
New machine firmware can be obtained on a CD
from LaCie after-sales services.
Prior to contacting our after-sales services, please
check your current duplicator’s firmware with menu
11.16. System Info.
LaCie accepts no liability for any loss of data or any
other damage, whether direct or indirect, resulting from
the use or malfunction of this product.
■ 4.13.8. “13.8. Compare Firmware”
This function is used to compare the current firmware
of your Dupli Disc DVD121 and the version burned on
the Firmware CD you’ve received from LaCie.
■ 4.13.9. “13.9. H/W Diagnostic”
This function is used to test the system: LCD display, SDRAM, IDE connectors and FLASH memory
will be tested.
■ 4.13.10. “13.10. Local Default”
This function is used to recover the Factory Settings (default setting) and cancel all the changes you’ve
made.
■ 4.13.11. “13.11. CD + G”
This option may allow you to copy the CD+G CD
(Karaoke) disc. The default setting is Off.
CAUTION: Only use LaCie firmware CDs; using an unknown CD or an inappropriate firmware
CD may damage your Dupli Disc DVD121. Also,
never switch off the duplicator while updating the
firmware, as this may damage the system.
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■ 4.13.12 “13.12. ISRC & MCN”
This is a special copy mode. The default setting is
Off.
When duplicating an Audio CD, this mode allows
you to copy of the song/album titles and author’s name,
provided this information is available on the source
CD.
■ 4.13.13. “13.13. CD-TEXT”
This function allows you to copy CD-TEXT CDs.
The default setting is Off.
■ 4.13.14. “13.14. USB Option”
Use this menu if you would like to hide the Menu
12. USB Mode. Turn the menu 12 on or off by pressing
the Up and Down Arrows.
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5. Troubleshooting
5.1. About The Display Screen
If, after powering on the LaCie Dupli Disc DVD121, the Display screen does not light and no images appear, check to
ensure that the power cord is firmly seated in both the drive and the power outlet.
5.2. About Error Messages
During the main functions, if you press the ESC button during an operation, an error message will appear on the Display screen. This also has the potential to cause the LaCie Dupli Disc DVD121 to hang, and you may need to power the
device off and then on. If a read fails, an error message will appear on the Display screen. Try another source disc to see if
the problem persists. If the LaCie Dupli Disc DVD121 does not detect any of the drives after powering on, an error message will be shown on the Display screen.
5.3. Errors With The DVD Drives
If either of the DVD drives cannot read a disc, check to ensure that the format is compatible with the drive and check
to see that the disc has not been damaged.
5.4. Errors With Control Panel Buttons
If none of the Control Panel buttons is responding, please contact your LaCie reseller or LaCie Technical Support.
5.5. High Disc Failure Rates
If you are experiencing a high failure rate while copying, please try the following steps:
• Lower the speed of the DVD±RW drive (refer to page 26, CD Burn Speed and DVD Burn Speed).
• Inspect the blank disc’s surface to ensure that it is not scratched or damaged.
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5.6. Emergency Ejection Of Discs
In the event that a disc cannot be ejected from either of the drives using the tray open buttons (when no duplication
operation is being performed), an emergency eject operation will open the media tray. Switch off the LaCie Dupli Disc
DVD121 drive and unplug its power cable from the power outlet.
Turn off the drive and insert a small metal poker, such as an unbent paper clip, into the emergency eject hole until it
presses against the manual eject mechanism. You will feel the mechanism eject the disc tray. Use this method only when
the tray open button is not working.
Emergency eject hole
/
CAUTION: Make sure the LaCie Dupli Disc
DVD121’s power is off and the power cable is unplugged before attempting the emergency ejection
procedure.
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5.7. Display Screen Messages
Initialize SDRAM
Initialize the memory of the system.
Detect Drives
Detect what drives are connected with the system.
User Abort!
Cancel the job during operation.
Analyzing
Analyze the source disc.
Source Drive Not Ready
Source drive is not ready to read.
Target Drive Not Ready
Target drive is not ready to write.
Source Disc Not Ready
Source disc is not ready to be read.
Target Disc Not Ready
Target disc is not ready to be written into.
Erasing disc
The system is erasing the data on the disc.
Fail to get Drive Info!
The drive information cannot be obtained.
Fail to get Src Disc Info!
The information of source disc cannot be obtained.
Save new config Fail!
The new setting of configuration cannot be saved.
Load Default Config?
Do you want to load the default settings?
Src&Tgt can’t in the same channel
During comparison the source and target discs cannot be in the same channel.
Preparing
The system is preparing to record.
Check Target Please Wait
The system is checking the target device.
Audio Disc!!! Can’t compare!
The system cannot compare the audio discs.
Identical
The comparison results are the same.
Read disc error
During comparison the disc cannot be read.
Cannot read TOC
The system cannot read the contents of disc.
TOC not match
The comparison results are not the same.
Source Disc Empty!!!
The source disc doesn’t contain any data.
Target overflow
The target disc hasn’t enough capacity to store new data.
Target Disc Not Empty!!!
The target disc still has data.
Press a Key to Eject Good Disc
Press any key to eject the good disc after copying.
Press a Key to Eject Fail Disc
Press any key to eject the failed disc after copying.
DVD-RW does not Support the Func
DVD-RW doesn’t support this function.
Hold ESC to exit
Press ESC for a second to terminate the test.
All data will be lost, erase?
All data on the disc will be lost. Confirm the erasing of data.
Erase Finished
The erasing of data is finished.
No Eraseable Disc in DVD-RW!!
The disc on the DVD-RW device is not rewritable.
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6. Contacting Customer Support
■ 6.1. Before You Contact Technical Support
Read the manuals and review the Troubleshooting
section. If you have asked yourself all of the pertinent
questions in the troubleshooting checklist, and you still
can’t get your LaCie device to work properly, contact us
via the provided Web link. Before contacting us, make
sure that you have your LaCie drive’s serial number on
hand. Also note your system’s and the drives’ firmware
information prior to contacting after sales (refer to page
30, System Info and Devic Info).
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LaCie Dupli Disc DVD121 USB 2.0
User Manual
Contacting Customer Support
page 40
7. Warranty
LaCie warrants your device against any defect in
material and workmanship, under normal use, for the
period designated on your warranty certificate. In the
event this product is found to be defective within the
warranty period, LaCie will, at its option, repair or replace the defective device.
This warranty is void if:
• The device was operated/stored in abnormal use or
maintenance conditions;
• The device is repaired, modified or altered, unless
such repair, modification or alteration is expressly
authorized in writing by LaCie;
• The device was subjected to abuse, neglect, lightning
strike, electrical fault, improper packaging or
accident;
• The device was installed improperly;
• The serial number of the device is defaced or
missing;
• The broken part is a replacement part such as a
pickup tray, etc.
• The tamper seal on the device casing is broken.
LaCie will not, under any circumstances, be liable
for direct, special or consequential damages such as, but
not limited to, damage or loss of property or equipment,
loss of profits or revenues, cost of replacement goods,
or expense or inconvenience caused by service interruptions.
Any loss, corruption or destruction of data while using a LaCie device is the sole responsibility of the user,
and under no circumstances will LaCie be held liable for
the recovery or restoration of this data.
Under no circumstances will any person be entitled
to any sum greater than the purchase price paid for the
device. To obtain warranty service, call LaCie Technical
Support. You may be asked to furnish proof of purchase
to confirm that the device is still under warranty.
All drives returned to LaCie must be securely packaged in their original box and shipped with postage prepaid.
Register online for free technical support:
www.lacie.com/register

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