NEC SoftDVD Player ......................6 Installing the NEC SoftDVD Player................6 Configuring AC Power Management for Playing Movies ..........7 Starting and Using the NEC SoftDVD Player..............7 Identifying Activities and Conditions Affecting DVD Movie Playback ......8 Diagnosing Incorrect Power Management Settings............8 Displaying Movies on a Television Set ................
Using CD-RW and SoftDVD Software...
DirectCD™. Both versions provide similar functions using different software programs. Insert the NEC CD-RW software CD into the CD-RW or combination CD-RW and DVD-ROM drive. The CD-RW software loads. Depending on the version of software that comes with your system or optional drive, one of the following screens appears: Roxio EasyCD Creator 5 Adaptec Master Setup.
See the online help for information about using Easy CD Creator. Installing Adaptec Software Install two applications from the NEC CD-RW CD: Adaptec Easy CD Creator — allows you to create data and audio CDs. DirectCD — lets you write files directly to the CD in the CD-RW drive.
Finish to restart the system. Using Recommended Media NEC Computers recommends the media brands in the following table for best read and write performance. Note With other media, the sensitivity settings are not configurable – you can only use the default settings during CD creation.
If auto-insert notification is not enabled, click on the Windows desktop and select Start Run. Browse for the drive containing the NEC SoftDVD Player CD, and double click Setup The Welcome to the InstallShield for NEC SoftDVD Player window appears.
System hibernates (not applicable to Windows 98 Second Edition systems). Note Be sure to change these settings back after playing a movie with NEC SoftDVD Player. For complete information on configuring power management, see your NEC user’s guide. Starting and Using the NEC SoftDVD Player The NEC SoftDVD Player is easy to use, with self-explanatory buttons and an online manual.
To use the online manual, you must have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your system. See your NEC user’s guide for information about installing Adobe Acrobat Reader. To exit the Jet-Audio Player, click on the red square at the top left of the Jet-Audio Player control panel.
System Properties window. Uninstalling the NEC SoftDVD Player If you ever need to uninstall the NEC SoftDVD Player from your system, proceed as follows. On the Windows desktop, click , point to Settings and Control Panel, and click...
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