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CD-ROM DRIVE
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GCR-8520B/GCR-8521B
OWNER'S MANUAL
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CAUTION
The laser used in the CD-ROM drive
Do not attempt to open the cover.
:
can
damage
To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not
No user-serviceable parts inside.
Refer servicing to
This unit
uses
English
service
remove cover
(or back).
personnel.
CD-ROM discs
marked with this
Use of controls
qualified
your eyes.
symbol
:
performance of procedures other than those specified here
or
in may result in hazardous
radiation exposure.
PRODUCT COMPLIES WITH DHHS
RULES 21 C.F.R. SUB-CHAPTER J,
IN EFFECT AT THE DATE OF MANUFACTURE.
WARNING
:
To reduce the risk of fire
do not expose this
or
electric shock,
appliance
to rain
or
moisture.
Industry Canada requirement
This class B
digital apparatus
meets all
requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment
Regulations.
Cet appareil numerique de la classe B respecte toutes les
brouilleur du Canada.
exigences du Reglement
sur
le materiel
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
can radiate radio frequency energy and,
installation. This equipment generates, uses, and
a
residential
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
-
-
-
-
?
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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 Authorized Service Center for help.
FCC WARNING
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the
authority to operate the equipment.
This CD-ROM Drive is for use only with UL listed personal computers that have installation instructions
detailing user installation of card cage accessory.
user 's
product is manufactured to comply with the radio interference requirements of EEC DIRECTIVE
89/336/EEC, 93/68/EEC and 73/23/EEC.
This
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Features
Features
[
E-IDE interface
[
52X-speed
[
75ms random
[
Intelligent
time
access
128KB data
[
Small CPU bandwidth
[
Motorized tray
[
buffering system
(MPC spec.)
loading system
Horizontal/Vertical mounting support
[
Designed
[
Emergency eject support
[
Easy audio CD control button support
Supports Windows 95, 98, 2000, ME &
Multimedia PC MPC compliant
[
[
[
English
Max 7800KB/sec data transfer rate
for internal
mounting
XP
Plug-and-Play
ATAPI
protocol
Photo CD multisession support
System Requirement*
[
IBM PC AT
[
higher recommended).
640 Kb memory (16Mb or higher recommended).
A suitable free standard 51/4" internal drive bay.
(Pentium
[
or
compatible,
133 Processor
[
MS-DOS version 3.1
[
31/2"
[
An
1.44 Mb
or
Floppy
486 SX 25 processor
or
higher
or
higher. (Windows
95 and above
recommended).
Drive.
existing IDE controller with
(recommended with
controller
an
available cable connector
IDE PIO Mode 4
capability)
or a
new
to install.
*
Please note: certain software
playback) may require
acceptable results.
an
(i.e. particularly those including Video
considerably increased specification PC to give
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IDE
that you will need
Location and Function of Controls
Front View
COMPACT
1
2
4567
3
Back View
12
Supplied
3
4
5
Accessories
zOwner 's Manual
zAudio Cable
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Front View
1.
Headphone
Jack
Standard 1/8"
CDs.
2.
3.
4.
5.
(3.5mm)
stereo
jack
for
listening
to the audio
from audio
signal
Headphone Volume Control
Adjusts the headphone sound level.
Disc Drawer
Accepts a CD-ROM disc on its tray.
Busy Indicator
The Busy Indicator lights during initialization and data-read operations.
Emergency Eject Hole
Insert a paper clip here to eject the drawer manually or when there is no
power.
6.
Play/Skip
When
Button
Audio CD is in the Disc Drawer, pressing this button will start
playing audio CDs from the first track. If an audio CD is playing, pressing this
button will skip to the next track.
7.
an
Open/Close/Stop
Button
This button is pressed to open or close the CD tray.
If an audio CD is playing, pressing this button will stop it, and
again will open the tray.
pressing
it
Back View
1.
Digital
This is
You
a
can
Audio
Connector
audio output or Video CD output connector.
connect this to a digital audio system or a Video CD Board.
Output
digital
Audio Output Connector
The Audio Output Connector connects to
2.
Analog
3.
Master/Slave/CSEL Jumper
a
sound card.
These three jumpers are used to set the CD-ROM Drive to either
Slave, or CSEL device.
4.
5.
Interface Connector
This 40-pin connector is used to transfer data and control
CD-ROM Drive and your PC.
Power-in Connector
Attach a power cable from the computer to this connector.
E-5
signals
a
Master,
between the
Installing the Drive
Before
installing
the drive, turn off the system power. Follow the steps below to
install the CD-ROM drive:
1.
Remove the
cover
from your computer system. Refer to manual for the
computer for details about
2.
CD-ROM drive to the drive
3.
removing the
Insert the CD-ROM drive unit into
Connect the
bay
a
rails with the
power cable and
4-pin
cover.
free 5.25-inch drive
40-pin
mounting
Secure the
bay.
screws
(supplied).
IDE interface cable to the back of
the CD-ROM drive.
Power Cable
Audio Cable
Red
Strip
IDE cable
Notes: If there is
to
purchase
The red
a
edge
no
splitter
spare power cable available in the
cable of
of the IDE cable
a
computer, you will have
suitable type.
corresponds
to
pin
1 of the IDE interface
on
the
CD-ROM drive.
Please Note:
an
IDE cable is not
supplied
and may be
required
to be
purchased
separately.
If the computer is
with
an
SoundBlasterⓒ
it
using
a
sound card, the drive is connected to the sound card
audio cable. This CD-ROM drive is
maybe
compatible
supplied
with
a
Creative Labs
audio lead, if this is not suitable for your sound card,
necessary for you to
purchase
a
suitable lead from your retailer. Refer
to the manual for the sound card for detailed information
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regarding
connection.
4.
Adjust
the Master/Slave
jumpers
the back of the CD-ROM drive
on
as
necessary.
Connect the CD-ROM drive to the IDE ports of your motherboard. In general,
Primary IDE port and Master device for booting the
the hard drive will be in
operating system. There
are
two
possible
IDE
port
alternate connection for CD-ROM
drive installation.
A) When using
Primary
a
If you need to connect your CD-ROM drive to the
CD-ROM drive should be set to Slave position.
same
Primary
IDE
port, the
Master drive
(Booting hard disk)
DIGITAL
AUDIO
DG
ANA
AUDI
R
GL
CE
1
2
Primary
PO ER
5
GND
+2
connector
Slave drive
(CD-ROM drive)
B) When using
You
can
Master
a
Secondary
IDE
port
also connect CD-ROM drive to the
Secondary
port and
IDE
set to
position.
Master drive
Master drive
(Booting hard disk)
DIGITAL
UDIO
DG
NAL
OG
U
DIO
GL
R
CSM
9
(CD-ROM drive)
INERFACE
40
1
PO ER
5
2
+2
GND
Slave drive
DIGITAL
AUDIO
DG
NALOG
UDIO
GL
R
E
1
2
(Other
PO
ER
+5GND +2
IDE
drive)
Motherboard
Primary
5.
Secondary
connector
When the installation of the drive unit is
complete, replace
the computer
cover.
6.
Reconnect the computer power cord and turn
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on
connector
the computer.
Device Drivers
When
using Windows 95/98/2000/ME/XP
the installation of any software driver or
The DOS and Windows 3.1
users can
or
Window NT Workstation Ver. 4.0,
device is not required.
special
download the DOS Device drivers
anytime
via
internet.
information, please consult the following
http://www.lge.com
http://www.lgeservice.com/drivers.html
For your
For Windows
[
In order to
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95/98/2000/ME/XP
internet sites:
Users
normal drive operation, please check the following:
displayed in
95/98/ME : [Control Panel]-[System]-[Device Manager]-[CD-ROM]
2000/XP : [Control Panel]-[System]-[Hardware]-[Device Manager]-
ensure
The drive is
Windows
Windows
[DVD/CD-ROM-Drive]
?
[
If
32-bit is
displayed in
[control panel]-[system]-[performance]
the drive is not recognized by your computer, please
check the
following
items.
?
If
displayed on the IDE controller in [control panel][system]-[device manager]-[harddisk controller], you will need to contact
an
indicator is
your PC's manufacturer
appropriate
[
or
the motherboard's manufacturer and get the
IDE controller driver.
Run ADD NEW HARDWARE in Control Panel to let PC search
again for
new
device.
For Windows NT Workstation Ver. 4.0 Users
[
In order to
?
normal drive operation, please check the following:
displayed on the IDE controller in
[control panel] [SCSI adapter] [devices]
the drive is not recognized by your computer, please check the following
ensure
The drive is
-
[
If
-
items.
?
If
an
indicator is
displayed
[SCSI adapter]-[devices],
or
on
the IDE controller in
[control panel]-
you will need to contact your PC's manufacturer
the motherboard's manufacturer and get the
driver.
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appropriate
IDE controller
Emergency Eject
This drive has
in
an
a
function that allows the CD to be
emergency, such
procedure
in such
NOTE: Don't
use
as
failure of the drive
or a
ejected manually
power
if necessary
outage. Follow this
a case.
this feature except in
1) Turn the power to OFF.
2) Poke a fine-tipped object (such
as a
an
emergency.
straightened heavy duty
paper
clip)
into
the small hole at the front. The front door will pop open and the disk tray will
come
partway
out.
3) 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
excessively
will
cause
a
last
measure
to be used
malfunction.
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only
in
an
emergency.
Using
it
Installation, Usage and Handling Precautions
[
lnstallation
Avoid
-
-
[
placing the
high humidity
drive in
mechanical vibration
-
a
location
-
Operation
During operation,
-
a
-
subject to :
high temperature
direct sunlight
excessive vibration
or a
sudden
to the drive may
jolt
cause
malfunction.
Avoid
exposing the drive
to sudden
changes
in temperature. This may
cause
condensation to collect inside the drive.
Do not use damaged, cracked, or warped discs.
Transportation
Always remove the disc before moving the drive.
-
[
-
Troubleshooting
*
When the CD-ROM drive does not work with the hard disk drive in
primary
IDE channel.
(SOLUTION)
1.
Check the CD-ROM drive Master/Slave Jumper
setting.
The CD-ROM drive must be set to the Slave mode.
2.
Check to be
3.
Check your hard disk Master/Slave Jumper setting.
Some old-version IDE type hard disks were set to Master
sure
your hard disk Interface
type is IDE type.
In that case, contact your hard disk company and
jumper setting to master mode.
4.
Only
change
mode.
your hard disk
If the CD-ROM drive does not work with above
methods, you may need a
IDE card. If you use the secondary IDE card, you should set the
CD-ROM drive jumper to the master mode if the CD-ROM drive is the first
secondary
device you
*
are
connecting
to the
secondary
IDE card.
When the CD-ROM drive does not install in OS/2 warp.
(SOLUTION)
1.
Select NON-LISTED IDE CD.
*
CD-ROM drive is not present in Windows 3.1
or
3.11
or
DOSSHELL.
(SOLUTION)
1.
When the WIN
or
DOSSHELL command lines
AUTOEXEC.BAT, make
before the WIN
or
are
present in your
that the MSCDEX.EXE command line appears
the DOSSHELL command lines.
sure
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Specifications
General
Data Capacity
Disc Diameter
553 Mbytes
12 cm/8 cm
Rotational
Approx. 10,600
Speed
(mode 1),
rpm
635
(inner
Mbytes (mode 2)
max
speed)
Performance
Interface
E-IDE
Supported System
IBM PC-AT or Compatible
Sustained Data Transfer Rate=Max 7,800Kbytes/sec
Random 75 ms Typical
125,000 Power On Hours (Duty Cycle 10%)
128 Kbytes
Transfer rate
Access Time
MTBF
Buffer size
Error Rate
ECC on
ECC off
User Data/Block
Supported
Audio
block/1015 bits (52x)
block/1012 bits (52x)
2,048 bytes/block (Mode1 & Mode2 Form1)
2,340, 2,336 bytes/block (Mode2)
2,324 bytes/block (Mode2 Form2)
2,352 bytes/block (CD-DA)
CD-DA, CD-ROM, CD-ROM XA-READY, Photo-CD
CD-Plus/CD-Extra, Mixed CD, CD-RW
1
1
Disc
Specifications
20Hz-20KHz±3dB
80 dB
0.05%at1KHz
80dBat1KHz
0.70 Vrms (33Ω)
0.70 Vrms ± 20% (47kΩ)
4-Pin terminal (Rear)
ø 3.5 mm (Front)
Frequency Response
S/NRatio
THD
Channel
Separation
Headphone Level
Line Output Level
Line Output Jack
Headphone Jack
Environment
5-45°C
Temperature
Power
Requirements
12V±5%
Ripple < 100m
5V±5%
Ripple < 100m
NOTE:
1.5A
(Maximum)
0.9A
(Maximum)
Vpp
Vpp
Specifications
are
subject
to
change
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without notice for
improvement.
ENHANCE
CD-ROM DRIVE
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KLASSE 1
LASER PRODUKT
LUOKAN 1
LASER LAITE
KLASS 1
LASER APPARAT
ⓒ 2002
Caution!
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The disc rotates at
1000
high speed in the drive unit.
damaged, or non-standard CD-ROM discs
only adversely affect the drive and cause the disc to
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shatter
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or
crush while in
Disc crush
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only
use.
occur
when you
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are
steps which
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extremely
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be taken to
occurrence,
prevent it.
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Always check your discs before
them into the drive.
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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st
you
keep your discs
from
becoming
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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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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