LG | GCC-4320B | LG GCC-4320B Owner’s Manual

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CAUTION
The laser used in the CD-RW/DVD-ROM drive
:
Do not
attempt
to open the
To reduce the risk of electric
No user-serviceable
Refer
can
damage
your eyes.
cover.
shock, do
parts inside.
service
servicing
to
qualified
Use of controls
or
performance
of
not
remove cover
(or back).
personnel.
procedures
other than those
specified
herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire
:
rain
or
or
electric
shock, do
not expose this
appliance
to
moisture
Industry Canada requirement
This class B
digital apparatus
Equipment Regulations.
Cet
appareil numerique
meets all
de la classe B
requirements
respecte
of the Canadian
toutes les
exigences
Interference-Causing
du
Reglement
sur
le
materiel brouilleur du Canada.
FCC COMPLIANCE STATEMENT
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
However, there is
no
If this
does
cause
harmful interference to radio communications.
particular installation.
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
equipment
guarantee that interference will
cause
not
occur
harmful interference to radio
or
in
a
television
receiver is connected.
-
?
Consult the dealer
Authorized Service Center for
help.
expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance
to operate the equipment.
This CD-RW/DVD-ROM Drive is for use only with UL listed personal computers that have
installation instructions detailing user-installation of card cage accessory.
Changes
or
modifications not
could void the user's
?
or an
FCC WARNING
authority
i
This
product is manufactured to comply with the radio interference requirements
89/336/EEC, 93/68/EEC and 73/23/EEC.
of
EEC DIRECTIVE
CAUTION
INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN AVOID EXPOSURE TO BEAM.
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VARNING-OSYNLIG
LASERSTRALNING NAR
DENNA DEL
AR OPPNAD STRALEN AR
CLASS 1
LASER PRODUCT
KLASSE 1
LASER PRODUKT
LUOKAN 1
LASER LAITE
KLASS 1
LASER APPARAT
FARLIG.
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUKT
OPPNAS KAN MAN UTSATTAS FOR BADE SYNLIG OCH
STRALNING. UNDVIK ATT SE DIREKT MOT LASERSTRALEN OCH
BETRAKTA STRALEN MED OPTISKA INSTRUMENT.
VARNING-NAR
APPARATEN
OSYNLIG LASER
UNDVIK ATT
Laser
straldata
780nm/650nm
Vaglangd
Uteffekt
Pulstle
This unit
4.3mW/5mW
Continuous
uses
CD-ROM discs with the
When you use this unit as a CD
discs with the following mark
player,
following
This unit
uses
CD-R discs with the
This unit
uses
CD-RW discs with the
This unit
uses
High Speed
use
following
mark
compact
mark.
following
mark.
ReWritable
CD-RW discs with the
following
mark.
ReWritable
Only drivers bearing the logo Compact Disc ReWritable High Speed
High Speed CD-RW media.
WARNING:
erase
High Speed CD-RW Media
Speed logo on the disc label
4Xto10X,orUpto10X
can
HighSped
write
or
may be
or
recognized by the same Compact Disc ReWritable High
packaging material, or by the fact that it lists recording speeds of
Attempted writes to High Speed CD-RW media using CD-RW
Compact Disc ReWritable High Speed may result in data loss.
ii
drives NOT
bearing
the
logo
Contents
Introduction
Features........................................2
ImportantPrecautions.............................3
SystemEnvironment..............................4
LocationandFunctionofControls...................5
Installation
InstallingtheDrive...............................6
DeviceDrivers..................................11
Operation
HowtoUsetheDiscs............................12
Appendix
Troubleshooting.................................13
Specifications..................................14
PC DOS is
trademark of IBM Inc.
a
MS-DOS, Windows, and
Windows
95
the United States and other countries
The company
trademarks
or
names
and
registered
product
are
by
trademarks
the Microsoft
names
registered in
Corporation.
written in this manual
trademarks of the
are
respective companies.
Thank you for
this
purchasing
CD-R/DVDROM Drive.
Features
?
Enhanced-IDE
?
Power
tray loading
disc
(The
can
and
also be
interface.
ejection
of disc.
ejected manually.)
?
Combination CD-R/RW and DVD-ROM Drive functions into
?
Supports
?
Supports Region playback
?
Supports
?
?
*
UDF for easy
writing
32X
max
16X
Reading (DVD-ROM),
Items
to CD-RW discs.
error
prevention technology-SuperLink
ReWriting (CD-RW),
and 40X
on
max
capabilities
Reading (CD-ROM)*.
of discs.
result, for high speed write/rewrite, you should
labelled
High Speed
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
use
media
ReWritable discs
Item
-
Quantity
Internal CD-RW/DVD-ROM Drive
1
CD
1
Recording
MPEG-2
E-IDE
drive.
control Phase II.
10X
Writing (CD-R),
Writing speed depends
a
one
Windows 95, 98, 2000, ME & XP/NT4.0.
Automatic buffer underrun
As
Package
(ATAPI)
Software
Software(Power DVD)
(ATAPI)
cable
1
Audio Cable
Mounting
1
1
Screws
4
Manual for CD-RW/DVD-ROM Drive
1
Manual for CD
1
Recording
Software
Important Precautions
Follow these
Precautions
?
when
handling
the drive
or
discs.
Please take notice that the manufacturer of this
offer any
or
?
precautions
warranty against data loss due
handling,
or
direct
or
indirect
equipment does not
inappropriate installation
to
damages.
Please take notice that the manufacturer will bear
for direct
or
indirect
damages
caused
by
the
no
responsibility
product or its
of this
use
malfunction.
?
?
Please take notice that the manufacturer will bear
damage to data caused by this product.
Please backup (copy) all important data
no
responsibility
protection against
as
for
data
loss.
Installation
?
Avoid
-
-
-
-
-
placing the drive
high humidity
high temperature
in
a
location
sunlight
using the drive
use it in tilted position.
Don't
move
raise the
causing
?
Make
?
?
?
the drive
room
in
suddenly
a
or
from
a
cold
vertical
place
to
position.
a warm one or
temperature suddenly. Condensation may
abnormal
occur,
operation.
sure to remove the disc before moving the drive. The disc may
damaged, causing data loss.
Be careful to prevent foreign objects, such as liquids or metal, from
entering the drive. In case a foreign object enters the drive, please
consult the dealer where the drive was purchased.
Don't interrupt the electric power while the drive is operating.
When connecting two IDE devices to the Primary or Secondary
connectors, make sure that the two devices are not configured as
both Master, or both Slave. If they are both set the same, Windows
may fail to run or recognize the drives.
The total length of the IDE cable should be no more than 18 inches
(about 45 cm).
be
?
horizontal
mechanical vibration
direct
Do not
?
to:
excessive dust
We recommend
Operation
subject
System Environment
Computer
This unit
can
be
operated
System
requirements
in the
system environment explained here.
233MHz
CPU
or
Memory
(or faster) Pentium (for
recommended)
faster
Windows 95/98
:
32MB
or
10x
speed,
greater.
Windows NT Workstation Ver. 4.0: 32MB
(64MB
recommended)
Windows 2000:64MB or greater(128MB
recommended)
75MB
Hard disk
greater
or more
free space.
for
or over
writing depends
on
the
Enhanced-IDE interface
Interface
Secondary
5.25-inch
bay
Master
or
(as Primary Slave,
Slave)
half-height bay required
+5V/+12V power socket
Power
Software
or
or over
(The free space needed
quantity of data.)
Drive
350MHz
Required
OS
Workstation Ver.4.0
CD-R
CD-R, CD-RW discs
required
Windows 95/98/2000/ME/XP, Windows NT
or
Taiyo Yuden,
SKC discs
CD-RW
later*
LG, Ricoh, Mitsubishi Chemical, Verbatim,
:
:
Mitsui Toatsu, TDK, Kodak,
are
or
recommended.
Ricoh, Mitsubishi chemical, Verbatim,
Imation, Sony discs are recommended.
Occasionally the CD-R and CD-RW discs written by the CD-R/RW drive cannot be
read by other CD drives*. These unreadable discs may need to be read using the
CD-R/RW drive on which they were written.
*
The disc written
using the CD-R/RW drive might not be readable by
compatible (UDF compatible) CD-ROMs.
CD-ROMs
other than Multi-read
Multiread
compatible (UDF compatible)
CD-ROMs
1.
CD-ROMs that
can
2.
CD-ROMs that
support Packet Write.
are:
read low reflectance.
Please note: Certain software
(i.e. particularly those including Video playback)
specification PC to give acceptable
results. While this CD-RW/DVD-ROM drive can read DVD-video discs, decoding
them to display on your pc's monitor requires separate MPEG decoding that is
done by separate hardware (either an MPEG decoder card or MPEG decoding
done by your video card), or separate software that you install to do MPEG
decoding. For further details, refer to the documentation that comes with MPEG
may
require
a
considerably
increased
software.
Software
Install the
supplied
CD
Recording
Software before
using
this unit.
DirectCDTM v2.5b(s)
Introduction
Location and Function of Controls
Front Panel
6
5
WR TE
ED WR
READ
12
1.
3
4
6. Drive
Headphone Jack
activity indicators
Two colored LEDs
2. Volume Control
indicate the
3.
Emergency Eject Hole
4. Stop/Eject Button
5. Disc Tray
are
operation
used to
of CD-RW/
DVD-ROM Drive.
(1)
Read
The orange color is
displayed
when the
spindle motor begins the Spin up operation:
accessing data, reading data, playing
Audio, and up loading tray.
(2)
Write
The green color is flashed
writing
during
disc
sessions.
Rear Panel
POWER
INTERFAC
DIG ITAL
AUDIO
ANALOG
AUDIO
CSM
RGL SLA
E
1
+5
GND
+12
2
39
40
DG
123
1.
2.
3.
5
Digital Audio Output Connector
Analog Audio Output Connector
Jumper Connector
This
jumper
Changing
4.
4
determines whether the drive is
the master-slave
configuration
configured
master
as a
or
slave.
takes effect after power-on reset.
IDE Interface Connector
Connect to the IDE
(Integrated
Device
Electronics)
Interface
using
a
40-pin
flat IDE cable.
NOTE
could
:
Do not connect
cause a
OFF when
5.
5
or
disconnect the cable when the power is on,
short circuit and
connecting
Power Connector
or
damage
disconnecting
the
system. Always
the cable.
as
this
turn the power
DirectCDTM v2.5b(s)
Installation
Installing
Before
Before
the Drive
the
installing
drive, please
You will need the
Installation
?
A
screw
note the
following points.
following:
driver of
a
suitable size to fit the
securing
computer,
find the
screws
for the drive unit.
?
The manual for the
positions
so
you
can
mounting
for the IDE controller cable.
Turn off all
peripheral appliances of the computer and the computer
itself, and disconnect their power cords from the wall sockets.
Removing the
Computer
Discharge
any static
computer
covers, etc.
Make
are
all
peripheral
off, and then
on
your person
devices of the
remove
the
NOTE
avoid
the
1.
:
There may be
2.
Remove the 51/4′′ drive
bay panel
Refer to the manual for the
cover.
inside the
computer
so
take
care
to
computer
securing
computer. Refer
to the
bay.
Do not
apply
excessive pressure to
computer.
Secure the drive with the
space behind the
from the
for details.
Insert the drive unit into the
the cables inside the
3.
the
injury.
manual for the
Drive
sharp edges
by touching
computer and the computer itself
cover.
computer for details about removing the
Cover
Mounting
sure
turned
electricity
drive,
screws
provided.
If there is not
enough
connect the IDE and other cables before
the drive.
READ
E
RTE
READ WR
I
TE
NOTE
:
This is
a
general
installation
guide.
If your PC hardware appears
different, please consult your hardware manual for installing peripheral
devices.
6
DirectCDTM v2.5b(s)
Installation
Before
Jumper Setup
installation,
The drive
set the
jumper
be connected
can
interface. When several
(up
must be set in
way.
a
unique
connector
the Master
on
the
or
Slave
panel.
rear
EIDE (ATAPI)
four) EIDE devices are connected, each
Specific knowledge of hardware and
as
on an
to
software is necessary to install the drive.
NOTE
:
If two
nected to the
may fail to
peripheral devices with the same settings are both conPrimary or to the Secondary EIDE bus, the host computer
run or
may malfunction. Careful attention is necessary.
CS: Cable Select
(CSEL)
SL: Slave
POWER
I
DIGITAL
AUDIO
ANALOG
AUDIO
CSM
RGL SLA
1
NTERFACE
+5
GND
+12
MA: Master
2
39
40
DG
G
UDIO
CSM
GL
NOTE
If
more
:
Only
than
one
one
jumper
jumper
should be installed
is
39
40
SLA
on
the
jumper
connector.
installed, the drive may malfunction
or
be
damaged.
Master/Slave
setting is determined by jumper installation on the Jumper
following table shows the possible jumper settings.
Connector. The
Name
MA
Function
Drive set
as
Master
Drive set
as
Slave
C
S
M
S
L
A
(Master)
SL
(Slave)
CS
Drive mode set
(Cable Select)
host IDE interface
by
CSEL
on
the
If you use CSEL setting, the MASTER/SLAVE setting will
automatically, depending on the hardware configuration.
For details refer to the manual of your
7
computer.
be made
DirectCDTM v2.5b(s)
Installation
The CD-RW/DVD-ROM drive connects to the motherboard of the host
PC Connection
computer using
ROM Drive
To Install
as a
an
as a
To install the drive
Master Drive
the
IDE interface cable. You may connect the CD-RW/DVD-
Slave
Master
or
as a
device, depending
Master, the jumper
can
on
your
be left
computer.
from
supplied
as
factory.
Master drive
(Booting
hard
Master drive
disk)
DIGITAL
AUDIO
ANALOG
AUDIO
G
DR
GL
CSM
SLA
NTERFACE
39
0
1
2
POWER
+5
GND
+12
(CD-RW/DVDROM drive)
(Jumper left as
MAster)
Motherboard
Primary
Secondary
connector
connector
-ORMaster drive
(Booting
hard
Master drive
disk)
DIGIT
AL
AUDIO
ANALOG
AUDIO
G
DR
GL
CSM
SLA
39
NTERFACE
0
1
POWER
+5
GND
2
+12
DIGITAL
AUDIO
ANALOG
AUDIO
G
DR
GL
CS
SL
(CD-RW/DVDROM drive)
(Jumper left as
MAster)
E
1
POWER
+5
GND
2
+12
Slave drive
(Other
IDE
drive)
Secondary
Primary
connector
connector
NOTE
EIDE
:
A hard disk is
(ATAPI)
normally
drives and CD-RW/DVD-ROMs
8
installed
as the Primary
peripheral devices
then set differently.
interface. Other EIDE
are
Master
such
on
as
the
hard
DirectCDTM v2.5b(s)
To Install
Installation
To install the drive
as a
panel
Slave Drive
as a
Slave, change the jumper setting
on
the
rear
to SL.
Master drive
(Booting
DIGITAL
AUDIO
hard
disk)
NALOG
AUDIO
D
G
R
GL
C
SL
E
1
2
POWER
GND
5
+12
Slave drive
(CD-RW/DVD-ROM
drive)
(Jumper set to
SLave)
-ORMaster drive
(Booting
hard
disk)
Master drive
DIGITL
AUDIO
ANALOG
AUDIO
D
G
GL
R
CSM
SLA
39
NTERFACE
0
1
POWER
+5
2
GND
+12
(Other
DIGITAL
IDE
drive)
ANLOG
AUDIO
AUDI
O
DG
R
GL
CS
SL
E
POWER
1
2
5
GND +12
Slave drive
(CD-RW/DVD-ROM
drive)
(Jumper set to
SLave)
Primary
Secondary
connector
connector
Connecting
Connect the power cable from the computer's power supply to the socket
the drive unit, fitting the connector firmly into the power in connector.
the Power
on
If there is
Connector
to
no
purchase
spare power cable available in the
splitter cable of a suitable type.
computer, you will have
a
POWER
+5
POWER
INTERFACE
ANALOG
AUDIO
CSM
RGL
DIGITAL
AUDIO
1
+5
GND
GND
+12
+12
2
39
40
SLA
DG
Beveled
NOTE
:
Improper
edge
connection may
warranty. Generally, the power
9
up
damage
connector
the drive and void the
can
only
fit
one
way.
DirectCDTM v2.5b(s)
Installation
Connect the
Connecting
the Interface
connected to
Connector
IDE cable to the back of the CD-RW/DVD-ROM
40-pin
Drive, making
the coloured
sure
pin
1
on
(red) stripe
on
the IDE cable is
the CD-RW/DVD-ROM drive. Pin 1 is closest to
the Power Connector.
NOTE
:
Generally,
the IDE connector is
keyed
and will
only
fit
one
way.
POWER
INTERFACE
DIGITAL
AUDIO
DG
ANALOG
AUDIO
CSM
SLA
GND
+5
1
+12
Pin1
2
39
40
RGL
Red-edge
Connecting
If the
computer is using
card with
the Sound
cards
an
a
sound
card, the drive is connected
audio cable. The
or one can
supplied analog audio cable
purchased at a local computer store.
be
to the sound
fits most sound
Card
Refer to the manual for the sound card for detailed
information
regarding
connection.
DIGITAL
AUDIO
DIGITAL
AUDIO
ANALOG
AUDIO
RGL
CSM
DG
ANALOG
AUDIO
RGL
INTERFACE
CSM
SLA
39
40
POWER
12
+5
GND
+12
39
40
SLA
DG
marking
L-R
LR
Sound card
Replacing the
Computer
When the installation of the drive unit is
cover
Cover
10
complete, replace
the
computer
Device Drivers
When
using Windows 95/98/2000/Me/XP or Window NT Workstation
no special device driver is required.
Your system, upon Power On and bootup after installing and connecting
the new CD-RW/DVD-ROM drive, will recognize and load native software
drivers automatically.
Ver.4.0,
The DOS and Windows 3.1
anytime
users can
download the DOS Device drivers
via internet.
For your
information, please consult the following
http://www.lge.com
http://www.lgeservice.com/drivers.html
For Windows
95/98/2000/ME/
In order to
?
ensure
The drive is
normal drive
displayed
Windows 95/98/ME
XP Users
Windows 2000/XP
?
operation, please
check the
following:
in
[Control Panels]-[System]-[Device Manager][CD-ROM]
[Control Panels]-[System]-[Hardware][Device Manager]-[DVD/CD-ROM-Drive]
:
:
32-bit is
displayed in
[Control Panels]-[System]-[Performance]
If the drive is not
following
?
internet sites:
recognized by
your
computer, please check the
items.
If
a
indicator is displayed on the IDE controller in [Control
Panels]-[System]-[Devices Manager]-[Hard Disk Controller], you
will need to contact your PC's manufacturer or the motherboard's
manufacturer and get the appropriate IDE controller driver.
Run Add New Hardware in Control Panel to let PC search
new
For Windows
NT
Workstation
Ver.4.0 Users
again
for
device.
In order to
ensure
if the drive is
normal drive
displayed on
[SCSI Adapter]-[Devices]
operation, please check to see
[Control Panels]-
the IDE controller in
If the drive is not recognized by your computer, a
indicator is
displayed on the IDE controller in [Control Panels]-[SCSI Adapter][Devices], you will need to contact your PC's manufacturer or the
motherboard's manufacturer and get the appropriate IDE controller
driver.
DirectCDTM v2.5b(s)
Operation
How to Use the Discs
When
CD-ROM
using
discs, CD-R discs, DVD discs
or
CD-RW
discs,
don't attach any stickers or labels to the discs. Using discs with them
attached not only causes read and write errors, but data on the disc may
be lost due to damage to the disc itself.
The Discs in this unit
DO NOT
may be
DO NOT
use
store data
Emergency
a
feature that allows the CD to be
an
emergency, such
use
this feature
Turn the power to OFF.
Poke a fine-tipped object
clip)
3)
except in
(such
an
play
unit
or
as
ejected manually
failure of the drive
if this
or a
emergency.
straightened heavy duty paper
eject button. The front door will
pop open and the disk tray will come partway out.
Pull the front door to open it all the way, then grip the disc tray
between thumb and forefinger and gently pull it straight out.
NOTE: This feature is
Using
12
optical
as a
into the small hole above the
READ
RE
*
drive's
outage.
NOTE: Don't
1)
2)
high speed!
warped discs. The
very
or
non-standard discs. NON-standard discs may not
becomes necessary in
power
a
properly.
This drive has
Eject
at
operate
damaged, cracked
damaged if they break.
use
it
excessively
a
will
last
measure
cause
IT
W
WRITE
to be used
only
in
an
emergency.
malfunction.
If you cannot get a good grip on the disc tray with your
steel binder clip or spring clamp to pull it out.
fingers,
use a
Troubleshooting
Before
Before
?
Requesting
Service
?
calling
for
service, check this list.
The drive doesn't have power.
?
Is the power
?
Is the Power Connector to the drive
The
?
?
?
supply
system doesn't
cable from the host
computer plugged in?
securely
attached?
start.
Are the
Primary and Secondary connections and the
Slave settings correct?
Is the total length of the IDE cable 18 inches or less?
Is each connector completely attached?
Master and
Movement of the PC may loosen connections.
?
Cannot Read
?
or
Write Discs.
Is the condition of
others)
as
?
Does the
?
Did
everything else in the system (CPU, hard disc,
(See system environment page 4.)
and
it should be?
CD-R, DVD
a screen
or
saver or
CD-RW disc have dirt
other
or
application operate
scratches?
while
writing
to the
disc?
?
Is there
free space
?
Does
even
?
Is the disc loaded in the drive with the read/write surface
right
enough
writing fail
direction?
using
on
the CD-R/RW disc?
the simulation test?
?
Is the drive installed in the correct orientation?
?
Was the drive
or
disc moved from
high temperature
tion
on
facing
the
(label up)
environment?
the lens in the drive
a
low
or on
the
temperature environment
is
to
a
possibility of condensasurface of the disc.)
(There
a
When you call for
service, be prepared to give as much information as
possible of your system, environment, and the specific problem. (What
happened? When? How long? What was going on? Were there any error
messages displayed? etc.)
Please Note: Since this
Phase
II,
setting
may
a
product supports Region Playback
certain MPEG decoder card
cause
enables you to
or
Software without
Control
regional
code
this drive not to read DVD-ROM discs. This Drive
change
the
regional
code up to 5 times.
Specifications
Items
General
CD/DVD/CD-RW
Supported
Discs
*Read Function
CD-ROM, CD-ROM XA, Audio CD, Mixed Mode (Audio and
Data
Combined), CD-I FMV,Video CD, Photo CD (Single
-Session), CD-Plus/CD-Extra, CD-Text
DVD-Si ngle/Dual, DVD-R/RW, DVD+RW
CD-ROM, CD-ROM XA, Audio CD, Mixed Mode (Audio and
Data Combined),CD-I FMV, Video CD, CD-Plus/CD-Extra
and Multi
*Write Function
Disc Diameter
12cm/ 8cm, standard size CD's
Host Interface
E-IDE/ATAPI
Read/Write
Write
Speed
(CD-R) : 8X, 16X, 24X,
(CD-RW) : 4X, 10X
Read (CD) : max 40X
Read (DVD) : max 16X
32X
Write
Mounting direction
Horizontal/Vertical
Performance Data transfer rate
CD: RW: 2100 to 4800 KB/s
MTBF
(14X-32X CAV)
(18X-40X CAV)
DVD: Dual: 4460 to 11080 KB/s (3.3X-8X CAV)
Single: Data: 8700 to 21600 KB/s (6.5X-16X CAV)
Movie: 4460 to 10800 KB/s (3.3X-8X CAV)
16.67 MB/s (PIO Mode 4), 16.67 MB/s (Multi DMA Mode 2)
33.34 MB/s (Ultra DMA Mode 2)
CD-RW/CD-ROM: 110ms(Typical)
DVD(Single Layer) : 120ms(Typical)
2 Mbytes
125000 Power On Hours (Duty Cycle 10%)
Line
0.7 Vrms at 47 kohm
*Sustained
R/ROM: 2700 to 6000 KB/s
*Burst(ATAPI)
Average Access
(Random)
Time
Buffer
Audio
Level
Output
capacity
Output
Headphone
Environmental When operating
Conditions
When not
Dimensions
& Mass
Dimensions
Electrical
operating
(WxHxD)
Weight
Power
The drive's appearance and
14
0.6 Vrms at 32 kohm
Temperature:5°C to 45 °C
Temperature: -20 °C to 60 °C
5.75"x7.27"x1.63"
Less than
DC
(146
x
184.7
Humidity:
Humidity:
x
41.3
2lbs.(0.90Kg)
5V, DC 12V
specifications
may
change
without
prior
notice.
10% to 80% R.H.
5% to 90% R.H.
mm)
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Copyright
Caution!
The disc rotates at
high speed in the drive unit.
Use of worn, damaged, or non-standard CD-ROM discs
can only adversely affect the drive and cause the disc to
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use a damaged
extremely rare
steps which
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be taken to
inserting
them into
1. Take
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care not to use worn, cracked, damaged,
warped or poor quality CD-ROMs, as this may
cause damage to your drive.
Check the clear plastic on the center of the disc,
cracks here
Kingdom
are
the main
cause
of disc crush.
3. Do not
play CD-ROMs which are a non-standard
(I.e. non-circular)shape, such as heart shaped
discs, or discs in the shape of a business card.
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are
an
check your discs before
Always
the drive.
United
when you
prevent it.
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Slough
use.
occur
occurrence, but there
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CD-ROM disc in the drive. It is
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Disc crush
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can
you
keep your
discs from
becoming
damaged?
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1. When not in use, remove discs from the drive.
Keep discs in the packaging supplied with them
2.
and out of direct
sunlight
and away from heat
sources.
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or
st
Website ;
Ltd.
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Excessive vibration or a sudden jolt to the drive during
operation may cause a malfunction.
Avoid exposing the drive to sudden changes in
temperature as it may cause condensation to collect
inside the drive.
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