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version X.YY Z
The second line is the prompt asking the user to choose the
interface format. Enter 'M' to select Menu mode and the
main menu will appear.For the layout of the menus,
see chapter 'Layout of Menu and Submenu'.
To switch between interfaces, the DVD player needs to be
switched off and on again.
Note: For player that has no Mechanical power switch, it can
be turned on by connecting the power-cable.
Usage
To select, type the number of the chosen menu-item at the
prompt. Each entry must be terminated with a 'RETURN'.
Invalid selections will cause an error message by the Menu
Handler
Example:
Select > 99
Invalid menu choice, number out of range ER @
Press RETURN to continue
Result and output of an activated (and terminated) nucleus will
be sent back to the service terminal.
Example:
Select > 3
1301 OK @
Press RETURN to continue
After the user presses a key, the current menu is rebuilt on
screen.
Pressing "RETURN" at the prompt without any further input at
the terminal will always rebuild the main menu.
Termination
The menu interface can be terminated by switching off the AC
power from the DVD player/ module.
5.9.2
Command Line Interface
The command line interface is part of level 1 diagnostic mode.
Via a command line interface the execution of Diagnostic
Nuclei can be controlled.
Set-up Physical Interface Components
Hardware required:
Control PC
one free COM port on the Control PC
special cable to connect DVD player to the Control PC
The control PC must use the following port settings for the used
COM port: 19200 bps, 8 data bits, no parity, 1 stop bit and no
flow control. The control PC is connected with a special cable
to the RS232 port of the DVD player. Via the same connection
the test pin will be connected to ground.
Activation
After power on the next text will sent to the control PC
Test Instructions Mono Board SD5.31SL
(X) Major revision number, always fixed to 7
(YY) Minor revision number, a two-digit number incremented for
every release of a DSW variant.
(Z) DSW variant ID letter, identifies the module/player where this
DSW was targeted to run:
A – SD5.11, I2C Master module-based players
B – SD5.2, I2C Master module, used in DVD760 players
C – SD5.2, I2C Master module, used in high-end SACD2003 players
D – SD5.12, I2C Slave module, used in MTV combi applications
S – SD5.31, I2C Slave module, used in MTV combi applications
CL 36532043_024.eps
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CL 16532163_038.eps
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CL 36532043_025.eps
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DVDv6 Diagnostic Software version 7.03 S
(M)enu, OR (C)ommand [M]:@ C <enter>
DD: >
The first line indicates that the Diagnostic software has been
activated and contains the version number; this is also an
indication that the first basic nucleus (nucleus number 1) has
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been executed succesfully. The second line lets the user
choose the interface format. Enter 'C' to select Command
Mode and the next three lines are the succesful result of the
two subsequent basic tests (nuclei 2, 4 and the detection of the
display type used by the panel respectively). If not all these
messages appear on the terminal screen, then the related
nucleus found an error. The last line is the prompt ("DD>"). The
diagnostic software is now ready to receive commands.
Note: For player that has no Mechanical power switch, it can
be turned on by connecting the power-cable.
Usage
The commands that can be given are the reference IDs of the
test nuclei. A command must be terminated with a <RETURN>
character from the control PC. When typing commands, the
backspace key can be used to make corrections.
In case of typing errors in the command, an error message is
returned.
Example:
DD: > CompSdarmWrR?
0001 Unknown command ER @
DD: >
If the command (the nucleus ID) is recognised, the nucleus is
executed. Result and output of an activated (and terminated)
nucleus will be sent back to the control PC according to the
standard layout.
Example for a command without error:
DD: > 13 <ENTER>
1300 OK @
DD: >
Example for a command with error:
DD: > 13 <ENTER>
1304 No response from ATAPI drive ER @
DD: >
Termination
The command line interface is terminated by switching off the
AC power from the DVD player/ module.
5.10 Layout of Menu and Submenu
5.10.1 Layout Of Menus And Submenus For The Service Terminal
NOTE: a symbol "--" in the menu layouts indicates that that
specific menu choice will invoke the display of a submenu. This
symbol will also be used in the implementation of the menus
(i.e. the "--" will also appear in the user interface).
SD-5.31SL
5.
CL 36532043_026.eps
(Nuclei name cannot be accepted)
CL 16532163_041.eps
(Execute PapAtapiEcho nuclei)
CL 36532043_027.eps
CL 36532043_028.eps
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