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Disc Duplicator
User Guide
Version x.10
Xerox Disc Duplicator
User Guide

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  • Page 1 Disc Duplicator User Guide Version x.10 Xerox Disc Duplicator User Guide...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Xerox EH&S Contact Information ........
  • Page 4: Safety Introduction

    Your Xerox product and supplies have been designed and tested to meet strict safety requirements. These include safety agency evaluation and cer- tification, and compliance with electromagnetic regulations and estab- lished environmental standards.
  • Page 5: Fcc Notices For The Usa

    Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. ■ (Reference Part 15 Section 15.21) CFR 47 Changes or modifications to this equipment not specifically approved by the Xerox Corporation may void the user’s authority to operate this equip- ment. Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 6: Operational Safety Information

    Operational Safety Information Operational Safety Information Your Xerox equipment and supplies have been designed and tested to meet strict safety requirements. These include safety agency examination, approval, and compliance with established environmental standards. To ensure the continued safe operation of your Xerox equipment, follow...
  • Page 7: Electrical Safety Information

    If you are not sure whether or not an outlet is correctly grounded, consult an electrician. 5. Do not use an adapter to connect any Xerox equipment to an electrical outlet that lacks a ground connection terminal. 6. Do not place this equipment where people might step or trip on the power cable.
  • Page 8: Disconnect Device

    If any of the following conditions occur, turn off the machine immediately and disconnect the power cable(s) from the electrical outlet(s). Contact an authorized Xerox Service Representative to correct the problem: The equipment emits unusual odors or makes unusual noises.
  • Page 9: Product Safety Certification

    EN 55024:1998/A1:2001/A2:2003 Regulatory Information Certifications in Europe CE Mark (European Union) The CE mark applied to this equipment symbolizes Xerox’s declaration of conformity with the following applicable Directives of the European Union as of the dates indicated: 2006/95/EC December 12, 2006 Council Directive 2006/95/EC as amended. Approxi- mation of the laws of the member states related to low voltage equip- ment.
  • Page 10: Product Recycling & Disposal

    Xerox environmental programs, visit www.xerox.com/ environment.html. If you are managing the disposal of your Xerox product, please note that the product may contain lead, mercury, Perchlorate, and other materials whose disposal may be regulated due to environmental considerations.
  • Page 11: Xerox Eh&s Contact Information

    Please ask you retailer for information. Prior to disposal, please contact your local dealer or Xerox representative for end of life takeback information. Xerox EH&S Contact Information...
  • Page 12: Operation

    Chapter 1: Operation The Xerox CD/DVD Duplicator is a reliable, high performance, high speed, standalone manual tower duplicator. With its professional industrial de- sign and simple beginner user interface, it will make your duplicating expe- rience easier than ever. Before You Start...
  • Page 13 Please take this into consideration when using this manual. Notice: If you purchased a Xerox Duplicator with Blu-ray drives, the operation in- structions for your unit will mirror those contained in this user manual for the CD and DVD duplication procedures.
  • Page 14: Controls And Display

    Controls and Display Figure 1-1 shows the controls and display found on the Xerox Duplicator. Actual size will vary based upon the model you purchase. Figure 1-1 CD/DVD Duplicator Controls and Display The components shown in Figure 1-1 are: 1. Power Button 2.
  • Page 15: Lcd Front Panel

    Pressing the shortcut key takes you to the Speed menu and allows you to select the Burn Speed. Shortcut key to change the master Reading Source. Source Pressing the shortcut key takes you directly to the Reading Source menu Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 16: Tutorial Guide

    Drive 0 and press >> to select it. If you would like to use one of the Writer Drives as the source, use the up or down buttons to locate Drive 1 and press >> to select it: Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 17 Or, you can select “Specify Counter” between 1 to 9999 by pressing the up or down navigation button to the following screen. Counter: Specify Counter Step 3: Then press the >> button to submit, and you should then see the following screen. Specify Counter: Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 18 >> once to submit your counter value, and you should see the follow- ing screen. Preparing Waiting for Master Preparing Waiting for Blanks Note: If either one of the above two screens is displayed for more than two minutes, check your master disc or blank discs for quality. Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 19 After two to three seconds of processing time, one of the follow- ing Copy Progress screens will appear. The left-hand screen is shown when “No Counter” is selected, and the right-hand screen is shown when “Counter” is selected. Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 20 You can also press << to terminate your project and go back to the Main menu. If you’ve specified a counter value for your project and your project is com- pleted, you should see the following screen. 21 Discs Copied Press OK to Finish Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 21 You can continue to copy or you can eject the extras. Note: If you happen to have any failed discs (bad copies), the failed disc(s) will not be ejected automatically. You need to manually eject them and throw them away if they are write- once recordable disc(s). Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 22: Making Hard Drive-to-disc Copies

    It can be loaded into a disc image by reading the master disc from ■ one of the CD-ROM/DVD drives (usually the reader Drive) It can be written to the duplicator from an external PC over the USB ■ connection. Note: The Xerox Duplicator USB Installation Utility must be installed. Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 23: Loading A Cd-rom/dvd Master Onto The Hard Drive

    Press >> to submit your selection. After your selection has been submitted, you should see the following screen. XEROX 2.14 8.Select Source Step 4: Load your master disc onto the hard drive. Use the up or down arrow button to navigate to the following screen. Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 24 You can now name the partition you are about to load into the hard drive. To enter the name, you need to use the up or down buttons to select the character and use >> or << button to move the cursor position Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 25 Step 10: You should now see the following confirmation screen. Load Partition? [FUN.VEF], Step 11: Press the >> button to confirm. Once your master disc has been recognized. The loading progress indicator will be displayed and you should now see the following screen. Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 26 You can then press the >> button to go back to the Hard Drive Setup menu. and the << button to go return to the Main menu. You should see the fol- lowing screen. XEROX 2.14 10. Hard Drive Setup Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 27: Loading A Master Disc Image From The Computer

    Step 3: To load an image file onto the hard disk in the duplicator, drag it from the source folder on the computer’s hard drive and drop it into the dup directory on the duplicator’s hard drive: Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 28 Step 7: Use the up or down arrow buttons on the duplicator’s front panel to turn the USB Connection option to “Off” and press the >> key to submit the change for the setting: USB Connection: Step 8: Restart the duplicator when prompted. Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 29: How To Make A Copy From The Hard Drive

    Start the Copying Process Insert your blank discs into the writer trays (make sure the Reader tray is empty) and press >> button to enter Copy menu. You will be asked to choose which hard drive partition to copy from. Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 30 4 digits, fill the leading spaces with 0s (any leading zero will be skipped). An example of that 4-digit number could be 0234 (two hundred thirty four), or 0010 (ten). Remember, the beginning 0s are skipped, therefore, 0010 means 10, which is the number ten. Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 31 Step 8: Allow 5 to 10 seconds for the duplicator to detect your hard drive partition and blank discs as well. After your hard drive partition and blank discs have been recognized, then you should see the following screen. Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 32 Step 9: After 2 or 3 seconds of processing time, one of the following Copy Progress screens should appear. The left-hand screen is shown when “No Counter” is selected, and the right-hand screen is shown when “Counter” is selected. Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 33 You can also press << to terminate your project and go back to the Main menu. If you’ve specified a counter value for your project and your project is com- pleted, you should see the following screen. Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 34 You can continue to copy or you can eject the extras. Note: If you happen to have any failed discs (bad copies), the failed disc(s) will not be ejected automatically. You will need to manually eject them and throw them away if they are write- once recordable disc(s) Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 35: How To Select The Duplication Speed

    Speed Selection menu. You should see the following screen. Select Burn Speed CD to CD Select the Duplication Speed Type There are different types of recording speeds. HDD/CD to CD. Copying to CD-R/RW media from pre-loaded CD par- ■ titions or original CD media. Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 36 Once your selection has been changed successfully, you should see the following screen for two seconds. DVD to DVD Speed: Adjusted to:8x You will then be directed back to the Main menu. XEROX 2.14 7. Select Burn Speed Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 37: How To Rename A Hard Drive Partition Name From The Front Panel

    PC have a .ISO extension. Step 5: Use the up or down arrow button to find the desired partition and then press >> to submit your selection. You should see the following confirmation screen. Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 38 Then, press >> once to submit your name selection. Once you have completed the above, you should see the following screen. [FUN2.VEF] Renamed! You will then be directed back to Hard Drive Setup menu. Hard Drive Setup 3. Rename Partition Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 39: How To Rename A Hard Drive Partition Name From The Computer

    Step 3: To rename one of the files (partitions) on the duplicator’s hard dive, right-click on the file name and select rename from the menu that ap- pears. Type in the new file name when prompted. Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 40: How To Delete An Existing Hard Drive Partition Permanently

    If for some reason you would like to delete your existing hard drive parti- tion permanently, you can do the following: Use the up or down arrow button to navigate to the following screen. XEROX 2.14 10. Hard Drive Setup Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 41 Delete Partition [FUN.VEF] Step 5: Press >> to confirm and you should see the following screen for 2 seconds. Partition [FUN.VEF] Deleted Then, you will be directed back to Hard Drive Setup menu. Hard Drive Setup 4. Delete Partition Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 42: How To Change The Setup Settings

    >> to submit your selection. You should see the following screen. Setup 2. Auto Start Step 6: If you would like to modify more settings, then go back to Step 3. Otherwise, press << button to bring you back to the Main menu. Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 43: Audio Cd Editing

    Go to the Edit Audio Track menu. Press the up or down arrow button to navigate to the following screen. XEROX 2.14 11. Edit Audio Tracks Step 2: Press the >> button to enter the Edit Audio Track menu, and you should see the following menu. Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 44 Allow 5 to 10 seconds for the duplicator to detect your master and blank discs, as well. After your master and blank discs have been recognized, then you should see the following screen Total: 0 Trk Om:0 Track 1: 4 m:31s Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 45 1 indicates that it is working on ■ track 1. 4m:31s indicate the track play- ■ back time Once the copying process is complete, you have a choice to finalize it (mark the completion) or insert another audio CD for more songs. Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 46 Processing to Disc Finalizing Please Wait When the whole process completes, your mixed copy will be ejected and should see the following screen. Job Completed Press OK to Finish You will then be directed back to the Main menu. Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 47 Track 2: 4m:49s Step 5: Use the up or down arrow button until you see “Track 4” on the second line, and then press >> to confirm. A “ ” symbol will appear on the left of Track 4. Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 48 Step 11: Use the up or down arrow button until you see “Track 3” on the second line, and then press >> to confirm. A “ ” symbol will appear to the left of Track 3. Total: 3 Trk 14m:35s Track 3: 4m:47s Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 49 Step 16: Once the loading process to the CD is complete, you should see following screen. Total: 5 Trk 24m:29s Finish Editing? Step 17: Since we have finished selecting all of our tracks. Press the >> button to continue to finalize. You should see following screen. Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 50: Introduction To The Account Management Feature

    Administrator. The pre-defined password for this func- tion is “0000”. By adding additional users, each individual user will have his or her own settings. Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 51: Account Management Feature Overview

    After you have entered the password, you will need to press >> on OK to submit your password. Once your password is validated, you will be guided to the main Manage Accounts screen as follows. Manage Accounts 1. View User Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 52 NOT change the user name for this account, but you will be able to change the password for this account. User names can consist of maximum eight alphanumeric letters or numbers. User passwords can consist of four numbers. Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 53: Using Autocopy

    Use the up or down arrow button to navigate to the following screen. Another alternative to access the Autocopy feature is by pressing the “Copy” shortcut key. XEROX 2.14 15. AutoCopy Step 2: Press >> to enter the AutoCopy Mode. You should see the fol- lowing screen. Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 54 1 minute for DVD duplication. This is caused by the initializing and finalizing stages. Step 6: Once the duplication run is completed, the successful copies will be ejected and you should see the following screen. Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 55 Writer Trays. Note: If you have a failed disc(s) (bad copies), the failed disc(s) will not be ejected automatically. You will need to manually eject the disc(s) and discard them if they are write once record- able disc(s) Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 56: Setup Guide

    Select Burn Speed. This menu will guide you to adjust the duplica- ■ tion speed on various duplication modes. For more information, refer to “How to Select the Duplication Speed” on page 35. Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 57 Note that this function will not fix the error; it will only skip it to make the rest of the data readable. Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 58 ■ code of the Audio CD. ISRC is the serial# of the audio tracks that uniquely identifies the song in that audio track. This ISRC code is commonly found in commercial Audio CD and rarely seen on the Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 59 That informa- tion includes but not limited to manufacture, model number, etc. Load Default. This function will reset all of the options back to ■ manufacture’s default. You can perform this function if your du- Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 60 Once you see the “Ready to Power OFF” message, then you can safely turn off the machine via Power Switch. Turning off your duplicator with- out perform this function will increase the risk of damaging your du- plicator. Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 61: Troubleshooting

    Based on our experience, the quality of your media plays a big ■ role on this part. Try to use high quality media to prevent such problems. Use another DVD/CD player/ROM to test the copied media. ■ Sometimes, your DVD/CD Player/ROM may not be compatible with recordable DVD/CD disc. Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 62 >> to enter. You will see the following screen. Load Default Press OK to Continue Press >> to confirm and you system will be loaded back to de- ■ fault. Once the operation is complete, you will see the following screen. Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 63: Error Messages

    The master disc is a different format than Compatible the blank disc(s). The format between the master disc and blank must be the same. Targets Not Blank The blank media you have inserted are not blank. Check your blank media quali- Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 64 Redundant Name The partition name you have entered has already been used.Choose a different partition name. Format Failed Unable to format the built in hard drive. It is likely the hard drive is bad. Contact Tech Support for assistance. Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 65 The update file you are trying to update is not compatible for your system. Unknown Flash Model This is a system error during the system firmware update. Contact Tech Support for assistance. User Abort The system has acknowledged the abort command. Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 66: Software Installation Guide For Accessing The Hard Drive On A Computer

    CD into the CD-ROM drive. Step 1: Insert the Installation CD into the computer’s CD-ROM drive Step 2: Using the “My Computer” icon or Windows Explorer, click on the CD drive. Step 3: Double-click Setup.exe Icon as shown: Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 67 Step 4: Follow the Installation Wizard to complete the installation pro- cess. Step 5: When promoted, enter your User Information. The serial number is printed on the installation disc. Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 68 Step 6: When you have completed all of the installation steps, you will see Completing the USB Driver Utility v1.1 Setup Wizard window: Step 7: Restart your PC to complete the installation. Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 69: Using The File System Utility

    Step 7: Once the duplicator has restarted, connect the duplicator to your PC using a USB 2.0 Cable. Step 8: The File System Utility on your PC should recognize a new Drive Partition. Start the Xerox File System Manager by clicking on the Windows Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 70 Start button and using the command sequence Start: Programs: Xerox Util- ity: Xerox File System Manager. You should see the Xerox File System Man- ager main window appear: Step 9: The Xerox File System Manager automatically assigns the dupli- cator hard disk drive to the first available free drive letter. If a drive is not automatically assigned, you can assign one by performing a Change Drive Letter procedure.
  • Page 71 Step 11:Your PC should now have a Drive Partition ready to access: When using the duplicator again after completing the above steps on the same PC: Step 1: Power on the duplicator and your PC. Step 2: Turn on the “USB Connection” setting under “Setup” on the dupli- cator. Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 72: Accessing The Hard Drive On The Duplicator

    In order to create an ISO DVD/CD Image file, you must install an ISO DVD/ CD Image File Creation Utility. An example of this is the free program ImgBurn (go to http://www.imgburn.com for more information). ImgBurn program: To install the Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 73 Step 6: Click the Read Button at the bottom to perform the ISO comple- tion process. You can visit http://www.imgburn.com/index.php?act=screenshots screenshots or other functionality of this software. Contact the Xerox Sup- port Center for any questions you may have. Xerox Duplicator...
  • Page 74 For more information, call 1-800-571-9767 or visit us at www.xeroxduplicators.com Xerox® is a trademark of Xerox Corporation in the US and/or other countries and is used under license.

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