The follow steps must be performed to properly install your DVD-RAM.
l Set DVD-RAM drive jumper settings.
l Connect audio cable.
l Install SCSI host adapter board.
l Attach SCSI interface cable.
l Connect power cable.
l Mount DVD-RAM.
The block of mode select jumpers are located on the rear of the DVD-
RAM. If the jumper covers both pins
on the jumper block, it is ON; if
there is no jumper or only one of
the pins is covered, the jumper is
OFF. The jumper settings include
SCSI ID, Parity, Verify, One LUN/
Two LUN, Test, and Termination.
SCSI ID - All SCSI devices attached to
your computer are assigned a SCSI ID
number from 0 to 7. Your DVD-RAM's
SCSI ID must be set so that its ID num-
ber does not conflict with any other
device's SCSI ID in your system. In
most cases, your DVD-ROM will be set
to SCSI ID 4 at the factory. Also note
that your SCSI interface card in most
cases has a SCSI ID of 7. This chart
shows the jumper settings for the eight
possible ID numbers.
ID1 ID2 ID4
Verify - When the jumper is in OFF mode, written data on the media is
verified after the write operaiton.
One LUN/Two LUN - The LUN jumper sets LUN (Logical Unit Number)
to One LUN or Two LUN mode. The default setting is no jumper present,
which sets drive to One LUN mode.
Parity - In the OFF mode, the parity bit
ONE LUN/TWO LUN
check function on the SCSI data bus is
activated which enhances data bus re-
liability. Therefore, the jumper should
remain in the OFF mode.