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3. Push the disk gently home until it 'clicks' into place. The drive
4. The system should now be able to access the disk and the
Pressing the button, when the drive is not in use, will eject the
floppy disk. Use only the 'High Density' type of floppy disk which
has a formatted capacity of 1.44 Mbytes and is readily identified by
the HD logo next to the metal window.
Using a CD-ROM drive
Current options include the fitting of a CD-ROM drive to a system.
A great deal of software is now supplied on this format, mainly due
to the large capacity of the CD-ROM disk.
A CD-ROM drive is available either as an upgrade kit from your
supplier, or may have been pre-installed for you at the factory.
Unless either a second hard drive has been installed, or the existing
hard drive has been given more than one partition, a CD-ROM
drive will usually become drive D:.
The drive has its own headphone jack, with associated volume level
control, for use in playing an audio CD. It is also possible if you
wish to link the headphone socket, via a cable, to your Hi-fi system
and play CDs at higher power.
button will also move outwards slightly. The drive door will stay
open, leaving the disk just visible
information it may contain. While the system is accessing the
disk, the 'drive in use' LED should be lit.
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