Toshiba SD-C2612 Computer Drive User manual

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TOSHIBA AMERICA INFORMATION SYSTEMS

STORAGE DEVICE DIVISION

IRVINE, CALIFORNIA

SD-C2612

DVD-ROM MOBILE DRIVE

USER MANUAL

CONTENTS

Introduction..............................................................................1

Setup ........................................................................................3

Using the DVD-ROM ................................................................4

Troubleshooting.......................................................................6

Specifications ..........................................................................7

Drive Connectors...................................................................10

INTRODUCTION – SD-C2612

General Features

100ms Average Access Time (DVD)

Lead (Pb) Free Printed Circuit Board

Multimedia PC-3 Spec Compliant

RPC2 Compliant

Drawer Type Manual Load/ Electrical Release

8x sampling & digital filter for CD-Audio

DVD-RAM, CD-R and CD-RW Compatible

Drive Speed

DVD 8X

CD-ROM 24X

DVD-RAM 2X

BUS Interface ATAPI

Types of Disc Formats Supported –

DVD-ROM

DVD-5 (single-sided, single layered)

DVD-9 (singled-sided, double layered)

DVD-18 (double-sided, double layered

DVD-R (read, 3.9GB/4.7GB)

DVD-RW (read, 4.7GB)

DVD-RAM (read, 2.6GB, 4.7GB/1.46GB)

CD CD-DA, CD+(E)G, CD-MIDI, CD-TEXT, CD-ROM, CD-ROM XA, MIXED MODE CD, CD-I,

CD-I Bridge (Photo-CD, Video-CD), Multi-session (Photo-CD Disc, CD-Extra, Portfolio, CD-R,

CD-RW), CD-R (read), CD-RW (read)

Front Panel

Figure 1.SD-C2612 DVD-ROM Front Panel

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Eject Button The EJECT button is used to open the disc tray so you can install or remove a disc

Busy Indicator When you install a disc into the DVD-ROM drive, the BUSY light flashes slowly as it attempts to locate the disc. One of the following will occur:

BUSY light goes out. The DVD-ROM drive is ready to read data from the disc.

BUSY light flashes slowly. The disc may be dirty.

BUSY light remains ON. The DVD-ROM is accessing data.

BUSY light remains ON indefinitely. The DVD-ROM is experiencing an error.

Emergency

Eject Hole

The emergency eject hole is to be used only when the DVD tray will not open when

EJECT button is pressed.

DVD Tray Insert DVD Disc in tray

SETUP – SD-C2612

Toshiba recommends that only trained professionals install this DVD-ROM drive into your laptop/notebook.

Installation Notes

The SD-C2612 DVD-ROM drive has no jumpers that need to be set

Mounting orientation: 15° (horizontally), 15° vertically (volume control in down position), 30°

(drive with volume control in up position).

When mounting drive use 4 M2-PO.4 tapping holes located on the left and right sides of drive.

When mounting drive, the tightening torque of the four screws must be even. Recommended screw tightening torque is 2Nm

For clearance around the front bezel, it is recommended that a clearance of more than 0.8mm should be left in all directions.

Software Driver

Toshiba's SD-C2612 drive does not require any unique device drivers for Windows '98/2000/XP/NT.

After installing your drive and re-booting, your system should recognize your drive. Win '98/2000/XP/NT

Operating Systems support all Toshiba's ATAPI drives natively. If you prefer using DOS, download the

ATAPI driver from our web site.

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USING THE DVD-ROM Drive – SD-C2612

Drive Operation

Inserting Media – Horizontally or Vertically

To insert a DVD in a DVD-ROM drive that is mounted horizontally, perform the following steps:

Figure 1.Inserting Disc

1.

Open the drive's loading tray by pressing the Eject Button and pulling out the tray.

2.

Place media disc into drive's loading tray, and lightly press down on the inner portion of the disc.

3.

Gently close the disc tray.

Removing Media

To remove media disc from the drive, perform the following steps:

1.

Open the loading tray by pressing the Eject Button, and pulling tray out.

2.

Grasp disc by it's outer edge, and lift out of loading tray.

3.

Gently close the loading tray.

Usage Guidelines

Keep the disc tray closed when not using the DVD-ROM drive

Do not press down on the disc tray when opening or closing it.

Do not place objects on the disc tray

Never use a damaged, broken, or deformed disc

Do not press the Eject button while the drive is playing a DVD movie or accessing a disc. To stop a DVD movie, click Stop button in the DVD player application program

NOTE: High-speed drives spin the disc at a high rotational speed. If a disc has printing on only half of the disc, or if there is a slight imbalance in the disc, the imbalance is greatly magnified by the high speed, causing the drive to vibrate or produce a fan-like noise. These effects are inherent in the highspeed technology and do not indicate a problem with the drive.

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Regional Coding

Region Protection Coding (RPC) of DVD Discs: this feature is supported on DVD Players and is used with DVD-Video Discs (i.e. movies). Currently, the motion picture industry has divided the world into different regional "zones." These regions or "zones" correlate to the regional markets into which the motion picture industry releases movies. Simply put, RPC Codes are placed on Movie Discs marketed throughout the world based on the region of the world where they are being sold. These RPC codes help to control and prevent the pirating of new release movies into other motion picture market regions prior to their true release dates within those markets.

The SD-C2612 DVD-ROM/CD-RW drive supports the current RPC phase 2 industry specifications. This means that when the DVD-ROM drive ships from the factory it is set to the region for which the

Operating System was intended. In other words the drive is set to support the Region 1 (North America)

Operating System and will only play Region 1 (North America) DVD-Video movie discs.

Emergency Ejection

CAUTION: The following procedure is intended only as a last resort when pressing the eject button fails to open the Loading Tray.

1.

Turn computer power OFF by properly shutting down system.

2.

Insert a solid bar (i.e. large paper clip) into Emergency Eject hole and push in as shown in the picture below.

3.

Loading tray will open/eject.

Figure 2.Using Emergency Eject

Handling Media

DVD media is sensitive to dust and fingerprints. Carefully handle media by its edges only. If a DVD movie skips or hangs during playback, clean the media. Most DVD video playback issues are mediarelated and can be remedied by proper handling and care of media.

Cleaning Media

Try to avoid touching the read area (underside) of the disc as dirt and smears will degrade the disc accessing speed.

If the disc becomes dirty wipe it with a damp soft cloth. Avoid cleaning in a circular motion, but rather from the inner side outward.

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TROUBLESHOOTING – SD-C2612

Problem

Disc tray cannot be opened

Drive is not recognized by system

Drive is not recognized by system during Boot process, but is recognized by the

Operating System (i.e. XP,

Win2000, Win98, Win NT, etc.)

BUSY Indicator LED flashes slowly

BUSY Indicator LED is constantly ON

DVD-ROM can not play a DVD in the drive or certain types of

CD media (i.e. CD-plus, etc.)

Solution

Check that there is power to drive.

Use Emergency Eject instructions to open tray.

Is the drive connected properly? Are all cables plugged in properly (e.g. Power Cable, Interface Cable and Audio Cables).

Is the software driver loaded? On a step-by-step (F8) Boot of the system is the DVD-ROM drive recognized?

(BIOS / DOS reports "device driver not found" or "no valid drivers selected."). If not, Contact Technical Support.

Has the DVD-ROM drive software driver been corrupted by a virus. Run a Virus Scan program and repair if possible. Contact

Technical Support if the Virus renders the DVD-ROM drive software drivers not useable.

Is the DVD-ROM drive software driver loaded? On a step-bystep (F8) Boot of the system is the DVD-ROM drive recognized?

(BIOS / DOS reports "device driver not found" or "no valid DVD drivers selected."). If not, Contact Technical Support.

Has the Windows DVD-ROM drive software driver program been corrupted by a virus. Run a Virus Scan program and repair if possible. Contact Technical Support if the Virus renders the software drivers not useable.

The disc may be dirty Clean it with a soft damp cloth. Avoid cleaning the disc using a circular motion. The disc should be wiped in a radial direction. That is, from the inner side outward.

The laser lens may have become cloudy or blocked by particulate matter. Please contact Technical Support.

Possible Hardware Problem. Please contact Technical Support.

Is the DVD-ROM drive driver loaded

Is the DVD disc the correct format for the type of system that you are using? (i.e. on a PC an ISO9660 IBM compatible PC format as opposed to Apple/Mac HFS disc or UNIX disc formats which will not function).

Do you have the correct software applications program/drivers installed to run a DVD disc?

Has the Windows DVD-ROM drive software driver program been corrupted by a virus. Run a Virus Scan program and repair if possible. Contact Technical Support if the Virus renders the software drivers not useable.

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SPECIFICATIONS –SD-C2612

General

Interface: ATAPI

Compatible DVD-ROM Standard - Read :

DVD: DVD-ROM (DVD-5, DVD-9, DVD-10, DVD-18)

DVD-R (ver 1.0 & 2.0, read)

DVD-RW (ver 1.1, read)

DVD-RAM (ver 1.0 & 2.1, read)

CD-ROM: CD-DA, CD+(E)G, CD-MIDI, CD-TEXT, CD-ROM, CD-ROM XA, MIXED MODE CD,

CD-I, CD-I Bridge (Photo-CD, Video-CD), Multi-session (Photo CD Disc, CD-Extra,

CD-R, CD-RW), CD-RW (read), CD-R (read)

Note: All DVD/CD formats, except CD-Red Book (audio), require additional application specific software and/or hardware. The drive is capable of reading these data formats. However, in order to run applications that use these formats, you must first have the required software and/or hardware.

Data Disc Capacities

DVD-ROM

DVD-R (Ver 1)

DVD-R (Ver 2.0)

DVD-RAM (Ver 2.1)

DVD-RAM (Ver 1.0)

CD

4.377GB (DVD-5)

7.959GB (DVD-9)

8.754GB (DVD-10)

15.917GB (DVD-18)

3.679GB

4.377GB

4.377GB

2,324GB

688.4MB (mode 1)

785.2MB (mode 2)

Performance

User Data Blocks

CD (mode 1)

CD (mode 2)

2048 Byte/block

2,336 Byte/block

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Transfer Rate

DVD (Single)

DVD (Dual)

DVD-Video

4,463 - 10,820 Kbytes/s (3.3X - 8X)

3,380 - 8,112 Kbytes/s (2.5X - 6X)

2,298 - 5,408 Kbytes/s (1.7X - 4X)

DVD-R/-RW 2,298 - 5,408 Kbytes/s (1.7X - 4X)

DVD-RAM (Ver 1.0 & 2.1) 2,704 Kbytes/s (2X & 1X)

CD (mode 1) 1,552 - 3,600 Kbytes/s (10.3X - 24X)

CD (mode 2) 1,769 - 4,104 Kbytes/s (10.3X - 24X)

Rotational Speed

DVD single layer:

DVD dual layer:

DVD-VIDEO:

DVD-R/RW:

DVD-RAM (ver 1.0):

DVD-RAM (ver 2.1):

CD:

CD-DA Transfer:

CD-RW:

4,670rpm (3.3X - 8X)

3,792rpm (2.5X - 6X)

2,355rpm (1.7X - 2.4X)

2,355rpm (1.7X - 2.4X)

2,160 - 4,800rpm (2X)

1,380 - 3,399rpm (1X)

1,200 - 2,000rpm (4X - 5.7X)

5,100rpm (10.3X - 24X)

2,200 - 5,10rpm (10.3X)

1,850 - 4,270rpm (8.6X)

IDE Interface

Transfer Rates

16.7 Mbytes/s

16.7 Multi-word DMA

Random Access Time

DVD

CD

100ms (3.3X – 8X)

95ms (10.3X – 24X)

Data Buffer

Reliability

192Kbytes

User Error Rates (with up to 5 retries and layered ECC on)

DVD Hard Error Rate: 10 -15 max

CD Hard Error Rate: mode 1 10 -15 max

CD Hard Error Rate: mode 2 10 -12 max

Seek Error Rate (allowing 10 retries) 10 -6 max

Environmental

Ambient Temperature

Operating

Storage

Shipping

Relative Humidity

Operating

Storage/Shipping

Acoustical Noise

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5° to 50° C (41° to 122° F)

-10° to 65° C (14° to 149° F)

-40° to 65° C (-40° to 149° F)

8% to 80%

5% to 95% (wet bulb 40° C max)

40dB

Power

DC Voltage and Current Requirements

Physical

+5V ±5% (Operating), 8% (start-up)

Connectors

IDE Interface Connector 50 Pin I/F ATAPI Standard

Regulatory

The SD-C2612 DVD Writeable drive has been certified by the following regulatory agencies:

UL 1950

CSA C22.2 No. 950

TUV (EN60950I)

CE standard

DHHS 21 CFR Sub-Chapter J

FDA CFR21, EN60825

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Drive Connectors –SD-C2612

Figure 1.SD-C2612 DVD Writeable Drive Rear Panel – Connector

ATAPI

Connector

A 50-pin ATAPI interface connector is found at the rear of the SD-C2612 DVD-ROM drive.

Connecting cable should use Japan Aviation Electronics Industry Limited KX14-50Series L or equivalent connector.

Table 1.Interface Pin Assignments

PIN

NO.

1

3

I/O SIGNAL NAME PIN

NO.

O Audio L-CH

Audio Ground

2

4

I/O SIGNAL NAME

O Audio R-CH

Digital Ground

10

23 Ground

DDMARDY:

DSTROBE

24 I /DIOR: /

HDMARDT:

HSTROBE

43

45

49

+5V 40 I

+5V +5V

Ground

Ground

44

46

Ground

Ground

I Vendor Unique*

*Vender Unique, don't connect pins

50 I Vendor Unique*

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