Table of Contents Welcome ........2 Hardware System Requirements .
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Hardware System Requirements Minimum Intel ® Pentium ® III 800 MHz. ■ 256 MB memory. ■ Used for such things as data backup. ■ Recommended Intel Pentium 4 1.0 GHz. ■ 512 MB memory. ■ Highly recommended for all DVD recording. ■...
(refer to your computer’s documentation). ^ Check the jumper settings on the NEC DVD drive: If you are replacing an existing drive, set the jumper to the same setting as the drive you are replacing. The jumper is the black plastic piece on the back of your drive bridging two of the six pins as seen below [Fig 4].
CABLE SELECT (CSEL), set the jumper on the NEC DVD drive to CSEL also. & Slide the NEC DVD drive into the empty drive bay, from the front of the computer. [Fig 5] * Mount the drive to your computer’s chassis using the existing mounting hardware, or the provided screws (refer to your computer’s documentation).
Using Your Drive Disc Tray Busy Indicator LED Busy Indicator LED: Lights up when reading or writing data. Eject Button: Press to load or unload a disc. Disc Tray: Open or close by pressing the eject button. Load discs into the tray with the label side facing up. Forced Eject Hole: If the eject button will not open the tray, insert a stiff rod such as a large paper clip into the hole and push in to eject the tray after the drive has been turned...
Disc Types NEC Supports DVD-ROM ........Read DVD-Video .
Read Speed: 16x max. DVD-ROM and 48x max. CD-ROM Write Speed: DVD+R: 16x max., DVD+RW: 8x max., DVD+R DL: 4x max., DVD-R: 16x max., DVD-RW: 6x max., CD-R: 48x max., CD-RW: 24x max. Access Time: 120 ms (CD), 140 ms (DVD)
Disc Care To clean the disc, use a soft cloth and wipe from the ■ inside to the outside edge rather than in a circular motion. Do not use record-cleaning or anti-static agents as the ■ solutions may damage a disc. Always store discs in proper storage cases when not in use.
Make sure the drive is securely mounted to the computer’s ■ chassis. Excessive vibration can be caused by loose or uneven mounting. Still having problems? Visit NEC customer support at http://support.necsam.com ■ or call (801) 401-1466 for assistance Monday-Friday, 5:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Pacific Time.
Warranty Information NEC Solutions (America), Inc. (“NECSAM”) warrants this hardware product (“Product”) against defects in material and workmanship for a period of one year from the date of original purchase (as established by the date of purchase on your sales receipt) from an authorized NECSAM dealer, retailer or distributor.
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