Adding 2 Drives to the C1107 Series Jukebox Important! Read This First This upgrade requires code to be downloaded to the controller PCA and the drives. BEFORE starting this upgrade, obtain the following: The downloadable code required for this upgrade. Obtain this code from www.hp.com/isgsupport/optical/fw/ﬁrmware.html A PC with a SCSI interface and appropriate cables A utility to download the code - SCSI Pro from CoComp or SCSI Toolbox from...
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Adding 2 Drives to the C1107 Series Jukebox ..using 1, 2, or 3 drive Upgraded to equivalent of: Before Upgrade... upgrade kits (2 drives/kit) (# of drives) Half-capacity conﬁgurations: C1104F/G/H (4 drives) 1 kit C1105F/G/H (6 drives) Full-capacity conﬁgurations: C1107F/G/H (6 drives) 1 kit C1108F/G/H (8 drives) C1108F/G/H (8 drives)
Tools Required The following tools are needed for assembly/disassembly of the autochanger: • Torx driver with the following bits: T-10, T-20 Kit Contents Check the conversion kit to make sure you have the following parts: • 2 - 4X drives — # C1113-60x00 •...
Before You Begin Caution Do NOT switch off power to the jukebox until you are sure the . Switching off the jukebox when the SCSI bus is inactive SCSI bus is active can cause data loss and/or indeterminate bus states. When doing this upgrade, be sure that disk cartridges are not If you need to remove moved from their original slot locations.
Installing the 2-Drive Upgrade Note There are 2 drives installed in each drive enclosure. If you are upgrading a 1/2-capacity conﬁguration jukebox that has 4 drives, you will currently be using the top 2 drive enclosures, and will add 2 drives to the drive enclosure that is 3rd from the top.
Figure 1: Drive locations in 8-, 10-, and 12-drive upgrades...
1. Remove the 3 right-side panels. The side panels have 2 T-20 screws on the bottom edge. Start from the bottom panel ﬁrst. Figure 2: Screws on side and rear panels 2. Remove the two RFI panels . There are 6 T-20 screws around the edge of each panel. Figure 3: Lower and upper RFI panels...
3. If upgrading to an 8- or 12-drive conﬁguration, remove the ﬁrst available (empty) drive enclosure from the top. If upgrading to a 10-drive conﬁguration, remove the drive enclosure at position #6 (see Figure 1). a. Disconnect the fan power cable from the interposer PCA. b.
6. Check the DIP switches on the top of the drives. Make sure they are set to OFF, which is in the forward position (toward the front of the drive.) Refer to Figure 5 for DIP switch location and orientation on the top of the drives. Figure 5: Orientation of the drive DIP switches 7.
8. Insert the drive interface, power, and SCSI cables into the drive enclosure. a. Insert the SCSI cable through the enclosure opening from the inside to the outside of the enclo- sure, so that the taller, folded end is inside the drive enclosure, just behind the interface cable. b.
d. Slide the ﬁrst drive into the BOTTOM of the drive enclosure. Note If you can’t get the drive all the way into the enclosure, loosen the T-10 screws that secure the bottom access panel (one screw on each side panel). This provides a little more room, and the drive will slide right in.
Figure 10: Drives mounted - enclosure top access plate on j. Re-install the top drive cable access panel on the drive enclosure by replacing and tightening the 2 T-10 screws that previously held the cover in place. (Tighten the screws holding the bot- tom access panel if they were loosened.
lftdam.gal Figure 11: Installing the "L-shaped" air seal 10. Install the drive enclosure back into the drive stack. a. Slide the drive enclosure into the stack such that the slot portion on the bottom of the enclosure rides on the tabs on each side of the bottom of the enclosure tray. Check this by looking into the front of the stack to make sure that the slots on the front bottom edges of the drive enclosure pass over the two tabs protruding from the sides of the drive stack.
b. Replace and tighten the 2 T-20 (RLG) screws that mount each side of the drive enclosure. Plug the drive cables into the interposer PCA in the following order: 1 - drive interface cable (use the one UNDER the SCSI cable connector) 2 - SCSI cable 3 - fan power cable 4 - power cable (over the SCSI cable)