LG | CRD-8320B | LG CRD-8320B Owner’s Manual

CD-ROM DRIVE
OWNER'S MANUAL
MODEL
To
:
enjoy fully all
CRD-8320B
the features and functions of your CD-ROM Drive,
carefully and completely.
Please read this Owner's Manual
CAUTION:
The laser
used in
the CD-ROM
Do not attempt to open the
drive can
damage your eyes.
cover.
To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not
remove cover
(or back).
No user-serviceable parts inside.
Refer
servicing
This unit
uses
symbol:
performance
or
personnel.
CD-ROM discs
marked with this
Use of controls
service
qualified
to
of
other than those
procedures
specified
herein 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
moisture.
or
CSA Notice
This class B
digital apparatus
meets all
of the Canadian
requirements
Interference-Causing Equipment
Regulations.
Cet
appareil numerique
de la classe B respecte toutes les
exigences
du
Reglement
sur
le materiel brouilleur
du Canada.
FCC COMPLIANCE STATEMENT
Note : This
has been tested and found to
equipment
comply with
These limits
are
designed
installation. This
to
provide
reasonable
equipment generates,
protection against
uses, and
can
and used in accordance with the instructions, may
However, there is
does
cause
equipment
following
-
-
-
-
Reorient
or
no
harmful interference to radio
off and on, the
is
user
or
not
television
encouraged
to
radiate radio
cause
guarantee that interference will
a
Class B
digital device,
try
harmful interference in
a
frequency energy and,
if not installed
residential
harmful interference to radio communications.
occur
in
reception,
a
particular
which
can
installation. If this
be determined
to correct the interference
by
equipment
by turning
one or more
the
of the
measures:
relocate the
receiving
antenna.
Increase the
separation
between the
equipment
Connect the
equipment
into
on a
Consult the dealer
or an
an
outlet
and receiver.
circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
Authorized Service Center for
help.
WARNING
°§FCC
Changes
user's
°§This
the limits for
to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
pursuant
or
modifications not
authority
to
CD-ROM Drive is for
detailing
user
expressly approved by
the party
responsible
for
compliance
could void the
operate the equipment.
use
only with
UL listed
personal computers
installation of card cage accessory.
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that have installation instructions
FEATURES
FEATURES
ßo E-IDE interface
ßo 90ms Random
access
ßo Multimedia PC
time
compatible
ßo Photo CD multisession
ßo Small CPU bandwidth
ßo
ßo
ßo
ßo
ßo
ßo
ßo
ßo
support
(MPC spec.)
32X-speed Max 4800KB/sec data transfer rate
Intelligent 128KB data buffering system
Horizontal/Vertical mounting support
Tray Loading system without caddy
Designed for internal mounting
Emergency Eject Support
Easy audio CD control button support
Supports Windows 95 Plug and Play ATAPI protocol
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
An IBM PC
or
compatible
with the
following system components:
ßo IBM
Compatible 486SX or above
(With PIO mode 4 recommended)
ßo A Minimum of 640K memory
ßo
Floppy
disk drive
(3
1/2
ßo MS-DOS version 3.1
inch)
or
greater
ßo An open,
drive
ßo An
PC with
front-facing, half-height
existing IDE controller in your
bay.
an
available cable connector
IDE controller that you will install.
SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES
Item
Quantity
Owner's Manual
1
Setup
diskette
1
Audio Cable
1
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or a new
LOCATION AND FUNCTION OF CONTROLS
FRONT VIEW
A
Headphone Jack
jack for monitoring
3.5mm
the audio
Headphone Volume Control
Adjusts the headphone sound
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level.
a
CD-ROM disc
on
its
tray.
Busy Indicator
Busy Indicator lights during
The
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I
from audio CDs.
Disc Drawer
Accepts
I
signal
Emergency Eject Hole
Insert a paper clip here to eject the
Play/Skip
When
initialization and data-read
drawer
manually or when
operations.
there is
no
power.
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
I
an
to the next track.
Open/Close/Stop Button
pressed to open or close the CD tray.
The button works only when power is applied to the drive.
If an audio CD is playing, pressing this button will stop it,
will open the tray.
This button is
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and
pressing
it
again
BACK VIEW
A
Digital
Audio
This is
a
You
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can
Ouput Connector
digital audio output connector or Video
connect this to the digital audio system
CD
or
output
connector.
Video CD Board.
Audio
Output Connector
Output Connector connects to a sound card.
supplied audio cable is a SoundBlaster type cable.
Analog
The Audio
The
If you have a different
sound card, you will need to contact the sound card manufacturer to obtain the
proper cable for that card.
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Master / Slave / CSEL
These three
or
jumpers
Jumper
are
used to set the CD-ROM Drive to either
a
Master, Slave,
CSEL drive.
Refer to section HARDWARE INSTALLATION.
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Interface Connector
This
40-pin
connector is used to transfer and control
CD-ROM Drive and your PC.
Connect the 40-pin IDE cable in your PC to this connector.
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Power-in Connector
Attach
a
power cable from the computer to this connector.
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signals
between the
INSTALLATION, USAGE
AND HANDLING PRECAUTIONS
ßo Installation
Avoid
-
-
-
-
ßo
placing the drive
high humidity
high temperature
in
a
location
subject
to
:
mechanical vibration
direct
sunlight
Operation
-
During operation,
excessive vibration
or a
sudden
jolt
to the drive may
cause a
malfunction.
-
Avoid
exposing
the drive to sudden
changes
in
condensation to collect inside the drive.
ßo
Transportation
-
Always
remove
the disc before
moving
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the drive.
temperature. This may
cause
HARDWARE INSTALLATION
This section describes how to install your CD-ROM drive into your
computer.
WARNING:
To
protect the CD-ROM Drive, your computer, and peripheral devices from damage,
turn off their power before
Note:
installing
the drive.
If you are not comfortable about opening your PC and attempting the CD-ROM
drive installation, many local computer shops can perform this service for a
reasonable cost.
This installation
assumes you have a PC with an available connector on an IDE
interface cable. If your PC has an IDE hard drive, there is usually an available
connector in the middle of the same cable that attaches from the motherboard (or
controller
card)
IDE connector to the hard drive. If the last sentence does not describe
your system, you may need to purchase an IDE controller card to install this CD-ROM
drive. Inspecting and knowing your PC system will make your installation easier and
less time consuming.
A final note before installation: The cable
IDE cable. Do not
attempt
If the CD-ROM drive is to be connected to the
that the hard drive is set
as
master. Hard drives
Check your hard drive owner's manual
correct
to your
connecting
floppy
disk drive is not
an
to attach the CD-ROM drive to this cable.
or
same
can
cable
be set
as
as
the hard drive, be
single, master,
or
sure
slave.
contact the hard drive manufacturer for
jumper settings.
SETTING MASTER / SLAVE JUMPER
*
You will
This
see
three
pairs
jumper
Examples
your PC.
*
Move the
CSEL
your
of
pins
and
a
jumper (cap)
is used to set the CD-ROM Drive
or
of how the
jumper (clip
MASTER
system), using
as
jumper can
on one
needed
the above
be
as a
at the back of the CD-ROM drive.
CSEL, MASTER,
placed
are
shown in
or
Figure
SLAVE device in
3 below.
pair of pins) from its default factory position (SLAVE), to
(see the following description for the setup that matches
diagram to place the jumper.
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WHEN USING A PRIMARY IDE CONTROLLER
Most PCs
(one for hard disk, the other for a
drive).
originates either on the motherboard
or on a controller card. This controller is termed the primary IDE controller, and the hard
disk attached that contains the operating system for boot-up is set up as the Primary
provide
second hard disk
one
or a
IDE cable to
CD-ROM
support
two devices
This IDE cable
Master. Your CD-ROM drive should be set to the Slave mode.
Note:
Many older 1X and 2X CD-ROM drives used a 40 pin controller card that were not
IDE compatible. These were proprietary interface cards for use with a particular
model CD-ROM Drive. Many older Sony, Panasonic, and Mitsumi drives used 40 pin
proprietary interface cards. If you are upgrading from an older CD-ROM drive, your
new CD-ROM will not work on a proprietary interface card. You will need to buy a
secondary IDE controller card.
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WHEN USING A SECONDARY CONTROLLER
*
If your PC has an additional IDE controller on the motherboard or on a system slot, each
IDE device connected to the secondary IDE controller must also be set to the Master or
Slave mode. If you are connecting your CD-ROM drive to a secondary IDE card, and it is
the 1st device you are connecting to it, then set the CD-ROM jumper to the Master
position. If it is the 2nd device, set the CD-ROM jumper to the Slave position.
*
Depending on the IDE card and whether the CD-ROM drive is a master or slave unit,
diagram below represents the different ways in which the CD-ROM may be
configured in your PC. The table below the diagram shows the possible Jumper
placements that would correspond to each of the different configurations shown.
the
If you have the system with two IDE channels (in the
do not install an IDE controller card in your system.
IDE Controller
Primary (1st
IDE
disk is
Slave(Hard
Secondary (2nd
IDE
Master(1st device on 2nd
Secondary (2nd
IDE
PC Manual says
use
card)
of
an
CD-ROM Connection
card)
card)
case
Slave(2nd
device
Jumper Placement
SLAVE
Master)
on
IDE
Card)
2nd IDE
CSEL
Card)
(default)
MASTER
SLAVE
CSEL
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enhanced IDE
(default)
PC),
MOUNTING THE CD-ROM DRIVE
Step
1. Turn
off
and
unplug
your
computer and all peripheral
devices attached to it.
Step
2. Remove the
cover
from your
computer.
Step
3. Remove the front
unused
Step
half-height
panel
from
an
slot.
4. Slide the CD-ROM drive into the
half-height slot, and secure the
place with screws and
drive in
brackets.
Note: If there is too much space between
the sides of the drive and the drive
bay,
you may need to install spacer
at your local
brackets, available
computer
Step
store.
5. Push the power
connector
connector.
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firmly
supply
cable
into the power in
6. Connect the
Step
40-pin
IDE Cable to
the back of the CD-ROM Drive.
Please make
of
edge
the
sure
that the red
IDE
connected to Pin 1
Cable
on
is
the CD-
ROM Drive.
CONNECTING AN AUDIO CABLE
If you want to connect audio equipment or
sound card to the CD-ROM drive, use
a
an
audio cable to connect the drive to the
sound device.
Note: This CD-ROM Drive
can
be used
vertically.
°§To
use
the drive
drawer and
move
the bottom to hold
vertically, open the
plastic clips on
a disc vertically. After
the 2
placing a CD into the tray, move the top 2
plastic clips to hold the top of the CD in
place. Use only standard 12cm discs.
°§ Do
not touch the unlabeled side of the
disc.
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SOFTWARE SET UP
THE SET UP PROCESS
The INSTALL program
*
Allows the
be
*
*
user
performs
to select the
the
following
functions.
target disk drive where CD-ROM device driver files will
set-up.
Unless modified by
directory(\CDROM);
Copies
the user, the INSTALL program searches the target disk for
directory(\CDROM) is created.
if it is not found, the
the CD-ROM device driver file named GSCDROM.SYS, the Microsoft CD-ROM
Extension file named MSCDEX.EXE, and the
utility files
to the
*
Modifies your CONFIG.SYS file to list the location and
*
Modifies your AUTOEXEC.BAT file to load MSCDEX.
*
Terminates and returns control to the
specified directory.
name
of the device driver.
user.
LIST OF FILES TO BE INSTALLED IN YOUR PC
¶NMSCDEX.EXE
Microsoft MS-DOS CD-ROM Extension software, which
enables the
computer
to
access
¶NGSCDROM.SYS
CD-ROM device driver.
¶NEJECT.EXE
Software
¶NCLOSE.EXE
Software close program which
¶NLOCK.EXE
eject
program which
can
can
eject
the CD
tray.
close the CD
Program which disables the Eject Button.
Eject Button will not function in the locked
The lock function is useful when you are using
CD-ROM drive for important work.
The
¶NUNLOCK.EXE
the CD-ROM drive.
state.
the
Program which enables Eject Button.
Eject Button will function properly after executing
unlock program.
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tray.
the
RUNNING THE INSTALL PROGRAM
(DOS INSTALLATION)
Step
1. Insert the CD-ROM device driver install diskette into the
Step
2. Go to the
Step
3.
Step
4. The INSTALL program will
Type
floppy
drive
by typing
A:
the word INSTALL and press
B: at the DOS
or
Step
Follow the instructions
on
the
as
appropriate.
begin loading.
on
When
the
loading
is
complete,
the
screen.
screen.
6. If you
specify the path information during the installation, the install program will copy
the CD-ROM device driver file named GSCDROM.SYS, the Microsoft CD-ROM
Extension file named MSCDEX.EXE and the
and
Step
prompt,
drive.
[ENTER].
INSTALL program identification will appear
Step.5.
appropriate
modify your
utility
files to the
specified directory,
CONFIG.SYS file and AUTOEXEC.BAT file.
7. When the installation is
completed,
the diskette, and reboot your PC.
remove
CD-ROM EXTENSION PROGRAM MSCDEX. EXE OPTIONS
There
are several options that are set for the Microsoft CD Extension program.
Generally, these settings do not have to be changed for the CD-ROM drive to work, so
these options are needed no further. However, you may decide to change the MSCDEX
option settings depending on your operating environment.
These options are explained below:
PARAMETER
DESCRIPTION
Tells MSCDEX.EXE what the device driver°Øs
/D
(Device Name)
(must
be
same
as was
used in "/D:"
"DEVICE=" line in CONFIG.SYS
/E
/L:
/M:
/V
Tells MSCDEX.EXE to
(Device Name)
(Value)
use
expression
is
of
file)
expanded
Indicates the drive letter to be
name
memory
assigned
to the CD-ROM
drive
Tells MSCDEX.EXE how much memory to allocated for
caching.
Default is 10
(represents
10
kilobytes).
Provides memory usage statistics, such as how much
memory is used by buffers, resident data, and resident
code.
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ATAPI Installation
*
(Windows 95 and others)
For Windows 95 installation, do not
use
the installation diskette
supplied. This CDWarp compatible, generally
operating systems Below is
other operating systems, try
ROM drive is Windows 95, Windows NT 3.5, and OS/2
utilizing the generic software drivers supplied with those
the
example installing the driver for Windows 95. For
looking for either a LG Electronics or Goldstar IDE CD-ROM drive software driver.
none is found, try selecting one of the device drivers for Non-listed IDE CD-ROM
(For
Windows
If
.
95)
1. Install the CD-ROM drive in your PC
described in this manual.
as
2. Power up your PC. Upon starting Windows 95, it might
CD-ROM drive and load the driver software for it. If not,
automatically detect the new
proceed to the next step.
3. In Windows 95, Click on the Start button. Click on the Settings button. Click on the
Control Panel button. Double-Click on the Add New Hardware icon. Follow the
instructions for the
computer
to search your
the CD-ROM drive and load the
generic
system for
new
hardware. It will locate
driver.
TROUBLESHOOTING
*
When the CD-ROM drive does not work with the hard disk drive in
IDE channel.
primary
(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
sure
your hard disk Interface type is IDE type.
3. Check your hard disk Master/Slave Jumper setting.
Some old-version IDE type hard disks were set to Master
In that case, contact your hard disk company and
setting to master mode.
Only mode.
change your hard
disk
jumper
4. If the CD-ROM drive does not work with above
methods, you may need a secondary
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 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 WTN
or DOSSHELL command lines are present in your AUTOEXEC.BAT,
that the MSCDEX.EXE command line appears before the WIN or the
DOSSHELL command lines.
make
sure
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SPECIFICATIONS
General
Data
553
Capacity
Mbyte (mode 1),
Disc Diameter
12cm/8cm
Rotational
200
Speed
635
Mbyte (mode 2)
7,000 rpm
-
Performance
Interface
E-IDE
Supported System
IBM PC-AT
Transfer rate
Sustained Data Transfer Rate
Access Time
Random 90
MTBF
125,000 Power On Hours (Duty Cycle 10%)
Buffer size
128
or
Compatible
=
Max
4800Kbytes/sec
ms
Kbytes
Error Rate
ECC
on
ECC
off
1block/1015 bits(single),
1block/1012 bits(single),
User Data/Block
Supported
Audio
1
1
block/1012 bits (32°ø)
block/109 bits (32°ø)
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, CD-RW
Disc
Specifications
90Hz-20kHz+1/-3dB
Frequency Response
Dynamic Range
80 dB
S/NRatio
85 dB
THD
0.05%at1KHz
Channel
80dBat1KHz
Separation
Headphone Level
Line Output Level
Line Output Jack
Headphone Jack
0.60 Vrms
(33?y)
0.8 Vrms °æ20%
(47k?y)
(Rear)
(Front)
4 Pin terminal
ßj3.5
mm
Environment
5-45°...
Temperature
Power
Requirements
12V°æ10%
Ripple
<
100m
5V°æ5%
Ripple
NOTE:
<
100m
0.8A
(Maximum)
1.3A
(Maximum)
Vpp
Vpp
Specifications
are
subject
to
change
without notice for
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Copyright œ 1997
LG Electronics Inc.
LG Electronics USA, Inc.
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Englewood Cliffs,
Ave.
NJ 07632
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Goldstar House,
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