DM2-PT QSG ZSD006Q - CNET Content Solutions

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Quick Start Guide
7
2-Bay RAID System for 2.5" SATA HDD
Package contents
Installation CD
HDD mounting
screws
RAID system
Mini-USB USB-A cable
FireWire 800 eSATA cable
cable
Features
Storage Bag
Quick Start
Guide
3 Remove the screw for one HDD
• Dual 2.5" drive RAID housing
• Choice of USB 2.0, FireWire 800, or
eSATA interface
• Convenient, low-profile desktop
form factor
• Supported modes: JBOD, RAID 0
(striping), RAID 1 (mirroring), and
Span (large)
• RAID Master software for easy
RAID setup
• Time Machine compatible
DC IN
Power button
AC power
adapter
eSATA
FireWire 800
holder, then remove the holder
from the RAID case.
HDD holders
Disk 1 connector
Disk 2
connector
MiniUSB
LED panel
Power
HDD 2
4 Turn the hard drive over (label side down),
line up the screw holes on the HDD holder
with the screw holes on the drive (the end
opposite the connectors), then secure it
with two HDD screws. Repeat Steps 3 and 4
for the other HDD.
5 Carefully insert each HDD’s SATA
connectors into the SATA connector in the RAID case, then secure
each HDD’s holder to the RAID
case using the screw you removed
in Step 3.
HDD 1
System Requirements
PC
• 266 MHz or faster CPU
• 64 MB RAM
• Microsoft Windows 2000, XP, Vista, 7, or higher
• One available USB 2.0, eSATA, or IEEE 1394b port
MAC
• Macintosh PowerPC or Intel processor
• 64 MB RAM
• Mac OS X 10.4 (Intel) or higher
• One available USB 2.0, eSATA, or IEE1394b port
Installing hard drives into the RAID case
1 Turn over the RAID case,
remove the four Phillips screws
on the bottom, then turn the
RAID case right-side up.
6 Place the cover back on the RAID case, then turn it over and secure
it to the case using the four screws you removed in Step 1.
7 Connect the AC power adapter to the RAID system.
NOTE
If you connect the RAID system to your computer
with the FireWire 800 interface cable, you don’t
need to connect the power adapter.
8 Connect the USB, eSATA, or FireWire 800 cable to the appropriate
ports on the RAID system and the host computer.
The RAID system should be connected to the host
computer by using only one interface cable. Using
multiple interface cables can lead to data corruption.
9 Turn on the RAID system by
pressing the power button.
2 Lift the cover off the RAID case,
exposing the drive connectors
inside the unit.
NOTE
To turn off the RAID system, press and hold the
power button for at least three seconds.
When the RAID system turns on, the power LED turns white, and the
HDD LEDs turn blue, flashing until the HDDs are detected. If, for
some reason, an HDD is not detected, its LED turns red.
Power
A message appears asking you to confirm the HDDs being erased.
HDD 2
HDD 1
TIPS
We recommend the Silicon Image eSATA host
controller for getting the best performance from the
eSATA interface with your RAID system.
5
Click Yes. RAID Master reformats the RAID system’s HDDs for the
RAID configuration you specified. When the reconfiguration is
complete, the RAID Status reflects the changes.
6
To check on the status of the RAID system device (not the HDDs
themselves), open RAID Master and click the Device Information
tab.
While using FireWire 800, you can connect other
FireWire devices (such as digital video cameras) to
the extra FireWire port.
Support for more than 2 TB HDDs varies, depending on the
operating system of the host computer.
OS
Windows
Mac
USB FireWire eSATA
Windows 2000, XP, or older
NO
NO
NO
Windows XP 64-bit, Windows 2003
32-bit/64-bit (SP1 and SP2)
YES
NO
YES
Windows Vista, Windows 2008
32-bit/64-bit, Windows 7
YES
YES
YES
Mac OS 10.4/10.5/10.6
YES
YES
YES
Installing and using the RAID Master software
RAID Master is provided with a CD that’s included in your packaging.
This software provides an easy way for you to configure your RAID
system.
1
Insert the RAID Master CD into your computer’s CD/DVD
drive, then open the “2-Bay” folder.
2
Double-click the driver file appropriate for your operating
system. The driver file decompresses.
3
Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the
software installation. When the software has finished
installing, the RAID Master screen opens.
4
Under the Configuration tab, click the RAID mode you
want to use, then click Create RAID/Apply.
TIP
For detailed information on installing, setting up,
reconfiguring, and checking the status of your RAID
system, see the user manual on the CD.
Contact Us
Important: Contact Sabio before returning system to the retailer.
605-242-1000
[email protected]
View the user guide at
www.sabioproducts.com
All contents © copyright 2010 Sabio Storage, Inc.
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