To use this CD-R/RW device, the following components are
• Personal Computer with an IDE bus (ATA compliant)
• IDE Interface cable (40 to 40 pin flat cable)
• Software -
Device driver (for reading discs only) -
This is included with most modern operating systems.
DOS device drivers can be downloaded from:
Authoring Software (for writing discs) -
Check with the software manufacurers web site to ensure
the version of your software supports the CRX-1611.
A list of compatible software can also be found at:
Installing the Drive in Your Computer
Consult your computers User Manual for instructions on how to add
new hardware. Be sure to follow their anti-static precautions.
The following parts and tools will be required to mount the drive in
• Four screws 3 mm in diameter and 6 mm in length.
• A screwdriver to suit.
• Two mounting rails if your computer has mounting tracks.
Do not turn on the power of the computer before completing the
entire installation process.
Setting the Jumpers
Set the jumpers on the rear of the drive in accordance with the
configuration of your computer system.
The illustration below shows the jumpers set to the "MASTER"
position, this is the default set by the factory.
Your computer should have a PRIMARY IDE bus and a SECONDARY IDE
bus. Each bus can have one MASTER and one SLAVE device connected
to it. Follow the configuration guidlines below for optimum performance
• Set the CRX-1611 as the MASTER device.
• The CRX-1611 can be connected to either the PRIMARY or
SECONDARY bus, however if you have an IDE Hard disk on your
computer the hard disk should be set as the MASTER device on the
PRIMARY bus. Hence the CRX-1611 must be set as the PRIMARY
device on the SECONDARY bus.
• Do not have a CD-ROM reader and a CD writer on the same IDE
bus (ie: both on the SECONDARY bus). This will cause problems if
copying from CD to CD.
Some personal computers may use CSEL in place of the MASTER/
SLAVE selection. In this case, remove the existing jumper from
MASTER or SLAVE, and set it on CSEL. When the CSEL is set high,
the drive is designated as Drive 1.
Consult your PC manufacturer, IDE Card manufacturer or dealer for