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                        Federal Communications Commission
                     Radio Frequency Interference 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 when the equipment is operated in a residential installation.  
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and 
if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual 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 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 experienced radio TV technician for help.


The changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible
for compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.

 ³ DRIVE PERFORMANCE                                                        ³
 ³ Disc Data Capacity:  Mode 1   656 MB,    Mode 2   748 MB                 ³
 ³ Maximum Playing Time:  74 minutes and 42 seconds                         ³
 ³ Data Transfer Rate (KB/s) ³       Mode 1      ³       Mode 2             ³ 
 ³ Normal speed              ³       150         ³       171                ³ 
 ³   36X CD-ROM              ³       150 * X     ³       171 * X            ³
 ³   40X CD-ROM              ³                   ³                          ³
 ³   44X CD-ROM              ³                   ³                          ³
 ³   48X CD-ROM              ³                   ³                          ³
 ³                           ³                   ³                          ³
 ³ Data Buffer Size:             128 KB                                     ³
 ³ Drive Reliability (MTBF):     25,000 POH (25% duty cycle at room         ³
 ³                               temperature)                               ³
 ³ COMPACT DISC                                                             ³
 ³ Disc Type (data format):      CD-Audio, CD-ROM (mode 1 and 2 )           ³
 ³                               CD-ROM/XA (mode 2, form 1 and form 2)      ³
 ³                               CD-EXTRA, CD-I, Photo-CD (single and       ³
 ³                               multiple sessions), CD-WO, I-Trax CD, CD-RW³
 ³ Disc Size:                    80-mm and 120-mm discs                     ³
 ³ INTERFACE                                                                ³
 ³ Drive Interface Type:         E-IDE (conforms to SFF8020 v1.2)           ³
 ³ AUDIO                                                                    ³
 ³ Analog Audio Output Ports:    Headphone jack on front panel              ³
 ³                               Line-out connector on the rear end of the  ³
 ³                               drive (two stereo channels for each output ³
 ³                               port)                                      ³
 ³ Digital Audio Output Port:    Two-pin line out connector on the rear     ³
 ³                               end of the drive                           ³
 ³ Audio Sampling Frequency:     44.1 KHz                                   ³
 ³ Audio Quantization:           16 bits                                    ³
 ³ POWER REQUIREMENTS                                                       ³
 ³ Voltage:                      +5V, +12V                                  ³
 ³ PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS                                                 ³
 ³ Front Panel:                  Load/Eject button, Play/Skip button,       ³
 ³                               Power-on/Busy LED indicator, 3.5-mm stereo ³
 ³                               headphone jack, rotary volume control knob ³
 ³ Rear Panel:                   Power-supply connector, IDE interface      ³
 ³                               connector, master/slave jumper,            ³
 ³                               analog audio output connector,             ³
 ³                               digital audio output connector,            ³
   Example: 40X CD-ROM = 150* 40 = 6000KB/sec.
 ³ PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTIC                                                  ³
 ³ Mount:         36X,40X        Horizontal                                 ³
 ³                44X,48X        Horizontal, Vertical                       ³
 ³ Dimensions:    36X,40X        148mm x 42mm x 210mm (5.9" x 1.7" x 8.3")  ³
 ³                44X,48X        148mm x 42mm x 201mm (5.9" x 1.7" x 7.9")  ³
 ³ Weight:        36X,40X        Less than 1.1kg (2.4 lbs)                  ³
 ³                44X,48X        Less than 1.8kg (4.0 lbs)                  ³
 ³ ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENT                                                  ³
 ³ Temperature:                  Operating         +5 degree ~ +45 degree   ³
 ³                               Non-operating    -20 degree ~ +55 degree   ³
 ³ Humidity:                     Operating         20% ~ 80% RH             ³
 ³                               Non-operating     20% ~ 80% RH             ³
 ³ LASER COMPONENT RADIATION DATA                                           ³
 ³ Wavelength:                   785 +- 25nm                                ³
 ³ Emission light output power:  Less than 0.3 mWPmax                       ³
I Installing the CD-ROM Drive

  Before you begin, turn off the system power.  Follow the steps below to
  install the CD-ROM drive:

  1. Remove the cover from your system.  Refer to your system user's manual.

  2. Adjust the Master/Slave jumpers on the back of the CD-ROM drive as
     necessary.  (The factory default of the slave mode normally should not 
     be changed. Please refer to Section 4 for more information)

  3. Insert the CD-ROM drive unit into a free 5.25-inch drive bay.  Secure 
     the CD-ROM drive to the drive bay rails with the mounting screws 
     (included in the CD-ROM package). Refer to your system manual for 
     instructions on how to install a drive.

  4. Plug a free power connector inside your PC into the Power socket on the
     back of the CD-ROM drive.

  5. Plug a free IDE connector inside your PC into the drive's IDE interface

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           Audio Cable                  IDE Cable           Power Cable

     NOTE:   The red edge of the IDE cable corresponds to pin 1 of the IDE
             interface on the CD-ROM drive.

     If you have a sound card, you can also connect a 4-pin analog audio  
     cable to the analog audio-out connector of your CD-ROM drive and the 
     audio-in connector of the sound card.

     If you have a digital audio device, you can also connect a 2-pin digital
     audio cable to the digital audio-out connector of your CD-ROM drive and
     the audio-in connector of your digital audio device.

  6. Replace the cover and turn on the power.

II Installing the CD-ROM Drivers

The CD-ROM package comes with an installation utility.  This utility 
installs the CD-ROM drivers needed by your CD-ROM drive to interact with   your PC. The driver installation diskette includes the following files:


For DOS and Windows 3.1

  To install the driver in DOS or Windows 3.1:

  1. Insert the installation diskette in your 3.5-inch diskette drive and 
     make it the active drive.

  2. At the DOS prompt, type:

  3. Follow the screen instructions to complete the installation.

     The installation program creates a directory (C:\CDROM) containing the
     CD-ROM drivers. It also updates your AUTOEXEC.BAT and CONFIG.SYS files
     as follows:


             C:\DOS\MSCDEX.EXE  /D:MSCD001  /M:10

  Changing the Settings After Installation

  To reconfigure the settings of the CD-ROM driver, use a text editor (such 
  as EDIT.COM) to modify the DEVICE= and LASTDRIVE= command lines in the 
  CONFIG.SYS and AUTOEXEC.BAT files.  Then restart your computer.

  Changing the CONFIG.SYS File
  Add the following line to your CONFIG.SYS:


  The <DEVICE_NAME> is the name of the MSCDEX file that will be used to find 
  the device driver. The maximum length of the <DEVICE_NAME> string is eight 

  For example:


  For Ultra DMA Function, please refer to UDMA.TXT

  For Windows 95 and Windows NT Environment

  Windows 95 and Windows NT will automatically detect the new CD-ROM drive  
  and load the appropriate device driver.  However, there are times when 
  Windows can not detect the CD-ROM drive.  You will have to load the 
  drivers manually.

  To install the drivers manually:

  1. Click the Control Panel Icon in My Computer and then click Add New
     Hardware.  The Add New Hardware window appears.

  2. The program will automatically search for your new CD-ROM Drive and 
     load the appropriate driver.

  For OS/2 Warp

  Under OS/2 Warp, select the non-listed CD-ROM option.  This option 
  supports the standard ATAPI CD-ROM drives.  After selecting this option, 
  OS/2 will auto-detect the CD-ROM drive.

III Using the CD-ROM Drive

  In most cases, software applications that utilize CD-ROM drives control the
  CD-ROM drive operations directly.  However, you can control the drive
  manually using the front-panel controls.

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  1. Headphone Jack
     The 3.5-mm stereo headphone jack allows you to listen to audio CDs via
     stereo headphones.

  2. Volume Control
     The volume control is a rotary knob that allows you to control the sound
     level from the headphone jack.

  3. Power-on/Busy LED
     The Power-on/Busy LED indicator lights up when the CD-ROM drive is being
     accessed. The LED blinks during a seek operation.

  4. Play/Skip Button
     The Play/Skip button allows you to play and skip tracks on an audio CD.

  5. Load/Eject Button
     The Load/Eject button opens the motorized CD tray for loading and 
     removing CDs. When an audio CD is being played, pressing this button 
     stops the playing of the CD.

  6. Emergency-eject Hole
     The emergency-eject hole allows the user to open the CD tray when the
     system has no power.

  7. Disc Tray
     The disc tray opens and closes for the loading and removal of CDs.

IV Emergency-eject Option

  The Emergency-eject option allows the user to manually open the CD tray
  during a power malfunction.

  Follow these steps to manually open the disc tray:

  1. Locate the tiny hole at the bottom of the disc tray.  Gently poke the 
     hole with a sharp needle or a clip.

  2. When the disc tray opens, pull out the tray and remove the disc from the
     CD-ROM drive.

V Jumper Settings

  This appendix explains the jumper settings on the drive and lists the pin
  configurations of each connector on the rear panel.

  The CD ROM drive comes with one jumper.  This jumper determines how your
  CD-ROM drive functions.  The figure and table below show the four possible
  jumper settings and their functions.

          C S M       C S M       C S M       C S M
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          Û o o       o o Û       o Û o       o o o

          Use CSEL       Master       Slave       Slave

         º  Jumper Setting     ³    Function        º
         º     C               ³   Use CSEL         º
         º     M               ³   Master           º
         º     S               ³   Slave            º
         º     None            ³   Slave            º
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How To Update Drivers Manually

After your driver has been downloaded, follow these simple steps to install it.

  • Expand the archive file (if the download file is in zip or rar format).

  • If the expanded file has an .exe extension, double click it and follow the installation instructions.

  • Otherwise, open Device Manager by right-clicking the Start menu and selecting Device Manager.

  • Find the device and model you want to update in the device list.

  • Double-click on it to open the Properties dialog box.

  • From the Properties dialog box, select the Driver tab.

  • Click the Update Driver button, then follow the instructions.

Very important: You must reboot your system to ensure that any driver updates have taken effect.

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