Preface The HP 12x Speed CD-ROM Disc Drive User’s Guide describes how to install, configure, and use the HP 12x Speed CD-ROM Disc Drive with an HP 9000 Series 700 binary–compatible workstation. We’ve organized this guide as follows: Chapter 1 Describes the preparation procedures for installing the CD-ROM Disc Drive into the system.
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Preface Documentation Conventions Unless otherwise noted in the text, this guide uses the following symbolic conventions: literal values Bold words or characters in formats and command descriptions represent commands that you must use literally. Pathnames are also in bold. user-supplied Italic words or characters in formats and command descriptions values represent values that you must supply.
Chapter 1 Preparing for Installation This document describes the HP 12x Speed CD-ROM disc drive, and its installation, operation and maintenance. This chapter introduces the CD-ROM disc drive and contains the following information: General description of the CD-ROM drive Major features of the CD-ROM drive Preparing to install the CD-ROM drive Powering off the workstation and any peripherals 1–1...
Introduction General Description The HP 12x Speed CD-ROM drive is a random access, read-only, mass storage device that uses removable CD-ROM discs. The drive contains a semiconductor laser for reading data optically, and includes an embedded controller with a SCSI interface. The CD-ROM drive supports the ISO 9660 and High Sierra format standards.
Introduction Major Features of the CD-ROM Drive The CD-ROM drive offers the following features: 12cm/8cm discs 1800 KB sustained transfer rate Supports 1X, 4X, or 12X rotational modes 125 ms random access time 115 ms random seek time Built-in SCSI controller Electric load/eject tray Emergency eject Remote SCSI ID jumper block...
Introduction CD-ROM Drive Environmental Requirements The CD-ROM drive has the following environmental requirements: Temperature Operating 5 deg. C to 40 deg. C (41 deg. F to 122 deg. F) Non-Operating –10 deg. C to 60 deg. C (14 deg. F to 140 deg. F) Altitude Operating 3000 m (10,000 ft.)
Introduction CD-ROM Drive Physical Specifications The following illustration describes the physical specifications of the CD-ROM drive. Audio Out SCSI ID Mode Select SCSI Connector Power REAR LEFT AND RIGHT SIDES 4.3 cm 4–M3 (TAP) 19.6 cm 4–M3 (TAP) BOTTOM 14.95 cm 12 Location Mounting Screws Figure 1–2.
Introduction Preparing to Install the CD-ROM Drive The following information is provided to prepare the CD-ROM for installation. Tools Required The following tools are needed to install the CD-ROM drive: #2 Phillips screwdriver Small needlenose pliers Verifying Kit Contents Verify that the kit contains one of each of the following: CD-ROM drive (drive P/N A4xxx–60001) Set of 4 screws (M4x6) Power adapter cable...
Introduction Set the SCSI Address The CD-ROM drive must have a unique SCSI target address. The CD-ROM drive’sjumpers are set at the factory to the SCSI default address of 2, as shown in Figure 1–3. You must also ensure that the operating mode jumpers are set for correct drive operation.
Introduction Address Jumpers To set the drive’s address, use the SCSI address jumpers. Perform the following steps to set the drive’s address: Attach the static-grounding wrist strap by following the instructions on the package that contains the strap. Attach one end of the strap to the system chassis. Locate the address jumpers on the rear of the CD-ROM drive, as shown in Figure 1–3.
Introduction Preparing the System Perform the following steps to prepare the system for the CD-ROM drive installation: Determine the existing SCSI address settings currently in use on your system. Before installing the drive, determine which SCSI ID address settings are already being used on your system by completing the following steps: If you are using HP-UX 9.x, enter the following at the prompt: /etc/ioscan –d scsi...
Introduction The list appears similar to the following: H/W Path Class Description ============================================ I/O Adapter ext_bus GSC built-in Fast/Wide SCSI Interface 8/0.0 target 8/0.0.0 disk QUANTUM LPS1080WD 8/0.5 target 8/0.5.0 disk DSP3210SW 8/0.6 target 8/0.6.0 disk DSP3210SW 8/12 Core I/O Adapter 8/12/5 ext_bus Built-in SCSI...
Introduction Shut down the system. If you are running HP-UX under HP VUE, shut down your system by performing the shutdown procedure described in the system Owner’s Guide which came with your workstation. If you are running HP-UX without HP VUE, shut down your system by typing the following command: # /etc/shutdown –h RETURN...
Introduction Single-Ended SCSI Bus Configuration Constraints For the single-ended SCSI bus, HP-UX supports only one of each type of removable- media disk drive (i.e., floppy disk, CD-ROM, or magneto-optical drives) and two of the same type tape devices (i.e., 4-mm DDS tape drives or 9-track tape drives) per SCSI bus. You may connect no more than seven SCSI devices to each single-ended SCSI bus.
Introduction Table 1–1. Single-Ended SCSI Bus Configuration Constraints (per bus) Maximum Number of Each Single-Ended SCSI Devices Type of Device Allowed Hard Disk Drives Floppy Disk Drives CD-ROM Drives 4-mm DDS Tape Drives 9-Track Tape Drives 650-MB Magneto-Optical Drives Magneto-Optical Autochangers (see NOTICE below) 8-mm Cartridge Tape Subsystem 8 Serial Port Terminal Server Maximum Number of SCSI Devices (per bus)
The last device connected to the SCSI bus must be terminated with a SCSI terminator. Use a Hewlett-Packard K2291 50-pin low-density bail-lock active terminator or a Hewlett-Packard C2904A high-density thumbscrew active terminator to terminate the last SCSI option device.
Introduction Powering Off the Workstation and any Peripherals To power off the workstation and any peripherals, perform the following steps: Power off the workstation, using the power switch on the front of the workstation. CAUTION: Do not power off your workstation without first shutting down HP-UX.
Chapter 2 Using Your CD-ROM Drive This chapter provides the following information on using your CD-ROM drive: Your CD-ROM drive configuration Controls and features of the CD-ROM drive Using the CD-ROM drive NOTICES: Be sure you read and understand the information on mounting and unmounting CD–ROM discs before you begin using your CD–...
Using Your CD-ROM Drive Your CD-ROM Drive Configuration Your HP-UX operating system comes with preconfigured device files and drivers. If you use these preconfigured device files and drivers, you won’t need to configure your CD-ROM drive with the operating system. To create your own device files, you must reconfigure your drive with the operating system.
Using Your CD-ROM Drive Controls and Features of the CD-ROM Drive Figure 2–1 shows the operating controls and features of the CD-ROM drive. Table 2–1 describes each of these controls and features. CD-ROM Disc Loading Tray Emergency Eject Headphone Jack Volume Control Busy Indicator Load/Eject Button...
Using Your CD-ROM Drive Table 2–1. CD-ROM Drive Operating Controls and Features Control/Feature Purpose Load/Eject Button Press the Eject Button to eject the disc tray. When the drive is in use, you must unmount the disc before ejecting it. Refer to “Unmounting a CD-ROM disc”...
Using Your CD-ROM Drive Using the CD-ROM Drive This section provides the following information about using the CD-ROM drive: Media description Disc tray description Loading and unloading the CD-ROM disc Mounting and unmounting a CD-ROM disc Reading the drive’s busy light Media Description CD-ROM discs are identical to audio compact discs (CDs), except that they store computer data.
Using Your CD-ROM Drive Disc Tray Description This CD-ROM drive is able to be mounted either horizontally or vertically. The disc tray has four disc holders which are used when the CD-ROM drive is mounted vertically. The CD-ROM drive may be mounted with the EJECT button positioned up or down. The disc holders slide to hold the disc in place.
Using Your CD-ROM Drive Loading a CD-ROM Disc in a Horizontally Mounted Drive This CD-ROM drive has an automatic loading/ejecting feature. To load a disc in the CD-ROM drive, follow these steps: Check that the workstation is powered on. To open the disc tray, press and release the load/eject button on the CD-ROM drive. Ensure the disc holders are slid away from disc.
Using Your CD-ROM Drive Unloading a CD-ROM Disc from a Horizontally Mounted Drive Perform the following steps to unload a disc from the CD-ROM drive: Press the eject button to eject the disc tray from the drive. If the drive is in use, you must unmount the disc to eject the disc tray.
Using Your CD-ROM Drive Loading a CD-ROM Disc in a Vertically Mounted Drive NOTICE: This procedure is the same for a CD-ROM drive mounted with the EJECT button positioned up or down. Slide the two disc holders at the bottom of the tray towards each other until they snap into place, as shown in Figure 2–5.
Using Your CD-ROM Drive Slide the disc holders at the top of the tray towards the disk until the snap into place so that they hold the disc in the tray. To close the disc tray, push the front of the disc tray gently towards the drive until it closes by itself.
Using Your CD-ROM Drive Unloading a CD-ROM Disc in a Vertically Mounted Drive Press the eject button to eject the disc tray from the drive. If the drive is in use, you must you must unmount the disc to eject the disc tray. The emergency eject feature allows you to eject the disc tray if the normal procedure fails.
Using Your CD-ROM Drive Figure 2–7. Removing a CD-ROM Disc from the Disc Tray (Vertical Mount) 2–12...
Using Your CD-ROM Drive Mounting a CD-ROM Disc To access your CD-ROM drive, you must mount a CD-ROM disc every time you insert it into the drive. This applies to file system information only. If you wish to load a music CD, for example, you would not need to mount the disc.
Using Your CD-ROM Drive The Disks and File Systems window opens. Choose the CD–ROM, Floppy, and Hard Disks option. The following screen message appears: Scanning the system’s hardware... The CD–ROM, Floppy, and Hard Disks window opens containing a list of drives currently configured on this system.
Using Your CD-ROM Drive Unmounting a CD-ROM Disc You must unmount the CD-ROM disc before you eject it from the drive. CAUTION: If you use the CD–ROM disc as a mounted file system, you must unmount the CD-ROM disc every time you unload it from the drive.
Using Your CD-ROM Drive The following screen message appears: Scanning the system’s hardware... The CD–ROM, Floppy, and Hard Disks window opens containing a list of drives currently configured on this system. Choose the disc you want to unmount and then choose Remove a Hard Disk Drive from the Actions menu.
Using Your CD-ROM Drive Reading the Busy Light The CD-ROM busy light shows the status of the drive during self test and during activity with the host system. The CD-ROM drive performs a self test when one of the following happens: You insert a disc into the drive.
Chapter 3 Maintenance and Troubleshooting This chapter provides the following information on maintenance and troubleshooting your CD-ROM drive: Caring for CD-ROM discs Troubleshooting Removal and replacement procedures 3–1...
Caring for the CD-ROM Discs Use the following guidelines to help care for your CD-ROM discs. Use CD-ROM discs in a clean environment to prevent dust particles from scratching disc surfaces. Store CD-ROM discs in a cool, dry place to prevent moisture and heat damage. If a CD-ROM disc is dirty, wipe it with a soft cloth.
Troubleshooting If you have trouble with any of these procedures for using your CD-ROM drive, see the System Owners Guide. This chapter explains what to do if you experience problems during the configuration process. It also explains how to run the Support Tool Manager or the Extended Self Test to verify your system.
A screen similar to the following appears: H/W Path Description Status ==================================== 1.0.0 graphics ok(0x577) 2.0.1 scsi ok(0x7071) 184.108.40.206.0 disk ok(0x202) 2.0.2 ok(0x7072) 2.0.3 ok(0x7073) 2.0.4 serial ok(0x7075) 2.0.5 serial ok(0x7075) 2.0.6 parallel ok(0x7074) 2.0.7 scsi ok(0x707c) 220.127.116.11.0 disk ok(0x101) Look under the H/W Path heading for device paths beginning with the sequence 2.0.1.
If you are using HP-UX 10.x, enter the following at the prompt: /usr/sbin/ioscan –d sdisk RETURN After a few moments the ioscan utility lists all of the SCSI I/O devices it could find. The list similar to the following appears: H/W Path Class Description...
Check the Hardware Installation Perform the following steps to check the hardware installation: CAUTION: The CD-ROM drive is susceptible to mechanical and electrostatic shock. When handling the drive, always wear the static strap that came in the CD-ROM drive kit. Always handle the drive carefully. Check that the SCSI terminator is connected to the single-ended SCSI port on the rear I/O panel of the system unit (if there are no external SCSI devices), or that the last external single-ended SCSI device is terminated.
CAUTION: Do not power off your workstation without first shutting down HP-UX. Powering off with HP-UX still running could damage the data on the disks associated with your workstation. Remove the drive and check the jumpers, as described in “Removal and Replacement Procedures”...
Verify the System Operation using the Suppot Tools Manager HP-UX uses a diagnostics product called the Support Tools Manager that allows you to verify your system operation. You can access the Support Tools Manager while in a terminal window. If you are using HP VUE as your interface, you can also access the Support Tools Manager through the sys_admin directory.
To run the Support Tools Manager from either HP VUE or the HP-UX command line shell, perform the following steps: To invoke the command line interface in a terminal window or command line shell, type the following at the prompt: # cstm RETURN The following screen appears:...
To verify the system operation, type the following at the prompt: CSTM> verify all CSTM> RETURN Messages that are similar to the following appear: Verification has started on device (CPU). Verification has started on device (FPU). Verification has started on device (0/0/0). Verification has started on device (2/0/1.5.0).
When you see the prompt shown above, type the following: >> RETURN The following messages and a graphics test window appear: Verification of (2/0/1.5.0) has completed. Result status–(Success). Verification of (2/0/1.6.0) has completed. Result status–(Success) Verification of (CPU) has completed. Result status–(Success). Verification of (FPU) has completed.
Removal and Replacement Procedures The Removal and replacement procedures for the CD-ROM Drive follow. CAUTION: Electrostatic charges can damage the integrated circuits on printed cir- cuit boards. To prevent such damage from occurring, follow proper ESD precautions Field Replaceable Units The following component is authorized for field replacement.
Appendix A Safety and Regulatory Statements This appendix contains the following safety and regulatory statements: Emissions regulations Emissions regulations compliance Electrostatic discharge precautions Laser safety statement A–1...
Hewlett-Packard’s system certification tests were conducted with HP-supported peripher- al devices and HP shielded cables, such as those you receive with your computer. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Hewlett-Packard could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
Safety and Regulatory Statements Emissions Regulations Compliance Any third-party I/O device installed in HP system(s) must be in accordance with the re- quirements set forth in the preceding Emissions Regulations statements. In the event that a third-party noncompliant I/O device is installed, the customer assumes all responsibility and liability arising therefrom.
Safety and Regulatory Statements Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Precautions Electrostatic charges can damage the integrated circuits on printed circuit boards. To pre- vent such damage from occurring, observe the following precautions during board un- packing and installation: Stand on a static-free mat. Wear a static strap to ensure that any accumulated electrostatic charge is dis- charged from your body to ground.
Safety and Regulatory Statements LASERTURVALLISUUS LOUKAN 1 LASERLAITE KLASS 1 LASER APPARAT HP 12x Speed CD–ROM–lukulaite sisältää laitteensisäisen CD–ROM–yksikön, joka on laserlaite. Kyseinen CD–ROM–yksikkö on käyttäjän kannalta turvallinen luokan 1 laserlaite. Nor- maalissa käytössä yksikön suojakotelo estää lasersäteen pääsyn laitteen ulkopuolelle. CD–ROM–yksikön on tyyppihyväksynyt Suomessa laserturvallisuuden osalta Työminis- teriön työsuojeluosasto.
Safety and Regulatory Statements IEC 825 Class 1 Laser Labels CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT LASER KLASSE 1 A–6...
Appendix B SCSI Connector Pinouts This appendix provides a table listing the pinouts for the SCSI Connector on the CD-ROM drive. Table B–1. SCSI Connector Pinouts Signal Signal TERMPWR DB(0) DB(1) DB(2) –ATN DB(3) DB(4) –BSY DB(5) –ACK DB(6) –RST DB(7) –MSG DB(P)
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