ONE Technologies AluDISC 3.0
ONE Technologies AluDISC 3.0
SuperSpeed Notebook Kit USB 3.0
3.5“ Hard Disk Drive with ExpressCard USB 3.0 Controller
User Manual
Contents:
I. Package Contents
II. Features
III. Technical Specification
IV. Card Hardware Installation
V. Software Driver Installation
VI. Hardware Connection
VII. Unplugging Hardware
I. Package Contents
* USB3.0 ExpressCard/32 host adapter
* 3.5” Disk Drive
* Enclosure Stand
* USB 3.0 Cable
* Power Adapter
* User Manual
II. Features
- USB 3.0 ExpressCard host adapter with dual port support
- USB 3.0 SuperSpeed Device B Interface.
Transfer speed up to 5.0 Gbps (Bus speed)
Downward compatible with USB 1.1 and USB 2.0 host/device
(Note: 12 Mbps on USB 1.1 port, 480 Mbps on USB 2.0 ports)
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USB Smart Power Device
No physical on/off switching.
Hard Drive is switched ON/OFF by USB Cable
Very low power consumption when standing-by (USB disconnected.)
III. Technical Specification:
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HDD Supported:
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3.5 inch SATA I/II, up to 2.0 TB capacity
Performance:
USB 3.0, Up to 5.0 Gbps
USB 2.0, Up to 480 Mbps
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Power:
External Adapter
Input: 100-260V
Output: 12V/2A
Product Dimension:
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192(L)x 122(W)x 31(H)mm
PC Requirement:
Intel Processor 350 MHz, 512 MB RAM
Windows 2000/XP/Vista and Windows 7 Operating System
(Note: No Driver needed for Windows 7)
USB 1.1/USB2.0/USB3.0 Host ports
IV. Card Hardware Installation
If your Notebook Computer is not yet equipped with USB 3.0 ports you can use the bundled
ExpressCard Controller to upgrade it. To install the ExpressCard simply plug it into the ExpressCard slot
of your notebook!
V. Software Driver Installation
Depending of the installed Operating System, the host adapter may need to have a system driver
installed in order to operate. Please follow these few simple steps below to install drivers if needed.
1. Insert the CD disk included in the package into CD drive, then double click the icon to start the
installation
2. Click the [Next] to continue.
3. Select [I accept the terms of license agreement], and click [Next] to continue.
4. Then select the default option icons to continue setup. Till the setup wizard finish installing the
device, click [Finish] to exit the wizard.
VI. Hardware Connection
1. Make sure your computer is operational.
2. Connect the power cord. (Now the LED indicator is off)
3. Connect the enclosure to the computer with USB 3.0 cable. Now the LED activity indicator is on,
and the hard disk starts spinning up. Connecting to a USB2.0 host port will work but yields lower
performance.
4. Then, system will recognize and install the hard disk drive automatically.
ATTENTION: Before you can access and use the hard disk drive from “My Computer” or
“Windows Explorer” the drive needs to be formatted!!! If you are not familiar doing this, we included
several step-by-step guides to the CD. The instructions are provided as PDF documents on the CD.
“Acrobat Reader” from Adobe is needed to open and view them. This tool is available as free
download on www.adobe.com.
VII. Unplugging Hardware
To protect the data integrity, drive has to be removed with following procedure.
Windows 2000, XP
1. Make sure that all running applications stored in the external drive are quitted.
2. Double click the [safe remove hardware] icon in the taskbar.
3. Select [USB Disk] and click the [Stop] icon to safely remove the device. (You can also click first on
[Display] device components] to show the detailed information of the disk).
4. Once system prompts the “USB Mass Storage Device can now be safely removed from the system”
you can unplug the USB device.
Note: Do not unplug or remove the device when the HDD LED is on or blinking.
Windows Vista
1. Make sure that all relative windows are closed and all running applications that are stored on the
external drive are quitted.
2. Double click the [safe remove hardware] icon in the taskbar.
3. Select [USB Disk] and click the [Stop] icon to safely remove the device. (You can also click first on
[Display] device components] to show the detailed information of the disk).
4. Once system prompts the “USB Mass Storage Device can now be safely removed from the system”
you can unplug the USB device.
Note: Do not unplug or remove the device when the HDD LED is on or blinking.
Please also check our website www.one-technologies.com for driver updates and
useful information and additional help files.
ONE Technologies is not responsible for any loss of data!
© 2009 ONE Technologies GmbH
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