HP SureStore
CD-Writer Plus
User's Guide
for your external drive
U.S.: Hewlett-Packard Company, 800 S. Taft Ave., Loveland, CO 80537
C4381-90100
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    HP SureStore CD-Writer Plus User’s Guide for your external drive U.S.: Hewlett-Packard Company, 800 S. Taft Ave., Loveland, CO 80537 C4381-90100 Copyright 1997. Hewlett-Packard Company. All rights reserved. Hewlett-Packard is a registered trademark of Hewlett-Packard Company. Microsoft and Windows are U.S. registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. Pentium is a U.S.

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Maintenance ..........2-4 Identifying CD-Writer Plus’s Drive Letter ..... . . 2-4 Chapter 3: Problem Solving Things to Try First .

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Chapter 9: HP Simple Trax Welcome to HP Simple Trax ....... . . 9-1 Protecting Files and Folders Immediately .

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    Chapter 10: Adobe PhotoDeluxe™ Welcome to Adobe PhotoDeluxe™ ......10-1 Learning PhotoDeluxe ........10-2 Looking at PhotoDeluxe .

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    HP Customer Support ........

  • Page 6: Laser Safety

    Product Certifications UL, cUL, TÜV, NOM-NYCE, CE, C-Tick, meets or exceeds FCC Class B requirements Laser: CDRH on internal laser product Laser Safety This unit employs a laser. Do not remove the cover or attempt to service this device when connected due to the possibility of eye damage. Laser-Sicherheit In das Gerät ist ein Laser eingebaut.

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    Hewlett-Packard Company Colorado Memory Systems Division Manufacturer’s Address: 800 S. Taft Ave. Loveland, Colorado 80537 declares that the product: Product Name: HP SureStore CD-Writer Plus 7200e Product Number: C4381A Product Options: conforms to the following Product Specifications: EN60950: A3:1995 EN60825-1: 1994...

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    viii Federal Communications Commission R.F. Interference Statement WARNING: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.

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    User’s manual statement for VCCI class B product Translation for VCCI class B product This equipment is in the Class B category information technology equipment based on the rules of Voluntary Control Council For Interference by Information Technology Equipment (VCCI). Although aimed for residential area operation, radio interference may be caused when used near a radio or TV receiver.

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    3. HP does not warrant that the operation of HP products will be uninterrupted or error free. If HP is unable, within a reasonable time, to repair or replace any product to a condition as warranted, you will be entitled to a refund of the purchase price upon prompt return of the product.

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    THE ENTIRE UNUSED PRODUCT FOR A FULL REFUND. HP SOFTWARE LICENSE TERMS License Grant. HP grants you a license to Use three (3) copies of the Software but only for Use in conjunction with the HP hardware product that accompanied the Software.

  • Page 12: What's In Your Package

    Chapter 1: Connecting CD-Writer Plus and Installing the Software What’s in Your Package Make sure you have the items shown below. (Keep the packaging in case you need to transport the CD-Writer Plus drive.) Software installation CDs Blank ReWritable User’s Guide...

  • Page 13: Connecting Cd-writer

    HP technician. See ”Appendix B: Customer Support”. 1. Shutdown Windows and turn OFF your computer. NOTE: The CD-Writer Plus drive can be used with laptops, desktops, and towers that meet “Minimum System Requirements” on page A-1.

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    Check that you have power to the CD-Writer Plus drive by opening and closing the CD tray by pressing the eject button. NOTE: There is no power switch on the CD-Writer Plus drive or power supply. The energy-efficient power supply automatically switches into power-saving mode when the drive is not in use, and may be safely left plugged in at all times.

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    4. Locate the parallel port (printer port) connector on your computer. If you are having trouble finding the parallel port connector, your printer may already be attached to it. The CD-Writer Plus drive can share the parallel port with your printer.

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    CD- Power cord connector Writer drive.) CAUTION: Do not plug any device other than a printer into the CD-Writer Plus drive’s printer connector. NOTE: If your printer is attached to the CD-Writer Plus drive, printing documents while using the rewritable CD drive (for example, playing audio CDs, writing to disc) will yield unpredictable results and is not a supported function.

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    Connecting CD-Writer 6. Attach the CD-Writer Plus drive’s data cable to your computer’s 25-pin parallel port connector and hand tighten the retaining screws. Attach the data cable’s remaining connector to the rewritable drive and secure it by tightening the retaining screws.

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    CDs through speakers or earphones attached to the front of the CD-Writer Plus drive. NOTE: When the CD-Writer Plus drive records music or data, it uses the data cable, not the audio cable. 8. If you have a sound board, connect the audio cable to a LINE IN audio connector on the back of your computer.

  • Page 19: If You Have Problems, Installing The Software For Windows 95 Or Windows Nt 4.0

    CD into a usable format. If your computer DOES NOT have a CD-ROM drive: 1. To get your CD-Writer Plus started right away, insert the diskette labeled Driver Installation into your floppy drive. 2. Click the Start button on the task bar, select Run.

  • Page 20: Things To Try First, If You Have Problems

    If You Have Problems If your computer DOES have a CD-ROM drive: 1. Insert the CD labeled “Software Disc 1” into your CD-ROM drive (not the CD-Writer Plus drive), if you have not already done so. The main menu appears: Click the...

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    If You Have Problems Turn off the computer’s power, wait 20 seconds, then turn it on again. Unplug the CD-Writer Plus drive and plug it in again. (This is called cycling power.) Disconnect all the cables, look for and straighten any pins, and then reconnect the cables.

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    Error message when I double-click on the CD-Writer Plus drive’s icon There is no CD in the CD-Writer Plus drive; insert a CD and try again. After inserting a CD, you need to wait a moment to let the CD-Writer...

  • Page 23: Uninstalling The Software Programs

    Select Shuttle EPAT External ATAPI Adapter, then click Disconnect. Restart your computer, or shut it down and then turn it on again. Watch for the green light on the front of the CD-Writer Plus drive to blink as the computer boots up Select Shuttle EPAT External ATAPI Adapter, then click Connect.

  • Page 24: Moving Cd-writer Plus To Another Computer

    “Minimum System Requirements” on page A-1. The CD-Writer Plus drive can be used by only one computer at a time. Do not try to use the CD-Writer Plus drive on more than one machine by attaching it to a switch box.

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    (The power plug and outlet may look different in your country.) Power supply NOTE: There is no power switch on the CD-Writer Plus drive or power supply. You may safely unplug the power supply without damage to the CD-Writer Plus drive.

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    To connect the CD-Writer Plus drive to another computer: 1. Follow the directions for “Connecting CD-Writer” on page 1-2. 2. The first time you attach the CD-Writer Plus drive to this computer, follow the directions in “Installing the Software for Windows 95 or Windows NT 4.0”...

  • Page 27: Using Cds

    Chapter 2: Using Your CD-Writer Plus This chapter describes how to use and purchase CDs, how to take care of your drive, and how to find out its drive letter. Using CDs Inserting a CD 1. Press the eject button on the CD-Writer front panel. 2.

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    Using CDs When you access the CD-Writer Plus drive from within a program, you should be able to read the files on the inserted CD. If you have problems: The CD may be in the tray upside-down or a little off-center; try reinserting the CD.

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    NOTE: Do not mix audio and data files on the same CD since they require different formats. Purchase HP CD-R (Recordable or write-once) media Available from your local vendor, these CDs can be read by most CD- ROM, CD-Recordable, and CD-ReWritable drives (use this type of media...

  • Page 30: Maintenance, Identifying Cd-writer Plus's Drive Letter

    Not sure which drive letter was assigned to the CD-Writer Plus drive? The CD-Writer Plus drive will have a drive icon just like a CD-ROM drive icon. You can determine which icon is your CD-ROM drive and which icon is your CD-Writer Plus drive by double-clicking on the My Computer icon, right-clicking on the CD drive icon, and selecting Eject.

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    If you need further assistance, the table on page B-1 will help you find the phone numbers for the appropriate customer support service. Read this section if you run into trouble with your CD-Writer Plus drive. If after reviewing the section you need further assistance, call the phone numbers listed in “Appendix B: Customer Support”...

  • Page 32: Common Symptoms And Solutions

    CD-Writer Plus drive’s cabling configuration. Common Symptoms and Solutions Not sure which drive letter was assigned to the CD-Writer Plus drive? (See “Identifying CD-Writer Plus’s Drive Letter” on page 2-4.) Error message when I double-click on the CD-Writer Plus drive’s icon...

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    CD-Writer Plus drive are sharing the same data cable. Make sure the audio connectors are completely plugged in to the back of the CD-Writer Plus drive and the LINE IN connector of the sound card on the back of the computer. (Your sound board may be labeled differently.)

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    CD-Writer Plus drive. Buffer underruns could also be caused by an unsupported parallel port (standard mode SPP). See “Minimum System Requirements” on page A-...

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    MSCDEX file will display. The number must be 2.23 or greater. Call Microsoft for an updated file if you need it. See if the CD-Writer Plus drive or other CD-ROM drives can read the CD. If so, the problem is probably with the CD-ROM drive. Contact the manufacturer of this drive for updated drivers.

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    Lost power to your computer or had to press CTRL-ALT-DEL while writing to the CD! If you lose power while writing to your CD (the CD-Writer Plus drive's red light is on) OR If you exit an application or press CTRL-ALT-DEL while writing to CD...

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    Check the web site listed on page B-5 for the most recent information. Maxtor Hard Drives You might be unable to write reliably to the CD-Writer Plus drive if your computer has a Maxtor hard drive (the following models): 71626A/AP (1.6 Gbyte) 712260A (1.2 Gbyte)

  • Page 38: Varying Formats, Sharing Cds Across Different Formats

    To save work in progress like presentations, documents, etc. Make weekly archives of files on your hard drive. Shuttle files between the office and home if you have a CD-Writer Plus at each location, or have an external CD-Writer Plus to use on both computers.

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    2. Copy all the information from the CD-RW disc to a unique location on your hard drive. 3. Replace the CD-RW disc in your CD-Writer Plus with a blank CD-R disc. 4. Copy the information from your hard drive to the CD-R media using Direct CD.

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    Sharing CDs across Different Formats Using CD-R Discs When should I use CD-R discs? The data you put on a CD-R can’t be erased. Use CD-R discs: When you want to protect your data so that it cannot be erased If you want to share your CD with users that have standard CD-ROM drives For audio CDs...

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    Sharing CDs across Different Formats extension. Files and executables that expect a specific file name may not function as anticipated in Windows 3.x and DOS. What if I used Easy CD Audio to create my CD-R disc? This application automatically writes the audio format understood by millions of car and home CD players in existence today.

  • Page 42: Uses For Directcd

    Chapter 5: Making Data CDs ™ To make data CDs, you can use DirectCD. DirectCD provides a way to write files directly to a CD-Recordable (CD-R) or CD-ReWritable (CD-RW) disc, much like you would to a floppy diskette or removable drive. With DirectCD you can read and write files directly to your CD with any software application that can read and write to a drive letter.

  • Page 43: Starting Directcd

    Starting DirectCD Disseminating information to field offices Transferring and distributing data to other Windows 95 systems Starting DirectCD To start DirectCD so you can begin writing data to your CD: Double-click the CD-RW drive icon on the right side of the taskbar.

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    Starting DirectCD The DirectCD Disc Ready window appears when the formatting is complete. 8. Click OK. The DirectCD disc is ready for you to write information directly to the Adding Data to a DirectCD Disc Once your CD is formatted as a DirectCD disc, there are a number of ways to add data to it: Drag and drop files from Windows Explorer onto the CD-RW drive icon.

  • Page 45: Erasing The Contents On A Directcd Disc, Getting Help

    Erasing the Contents on a DirectCD Disc 1. Insert the DirectCD disc into your CD-RW drive. 2. Wait for the DirectCD Disc Ready window to appear. 3. Click OK and continue writing more data to your CD. Erasing the Contents on a DirectCD Disc If you are using CD-RW discs and a CD-RW drive, you can erase the contents on the CD so you can rewrite new information to the CD.

  • Page 46: Starting Easy-cd Audio

    To start Easy-CD Audio so you can begin making your own music CDs, follow these steps: 1. In Windows 95, click the Start button located on the left side of the taskbar. 2. Select Programs, point to HP CD-Writer Plus, and select Make Music CDs. The Easy-CD Audio Wizard window appears.

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    How to Make a Music CD How to Make a Music CD To make an audio CD, you can record songs from: Tracks on an existing CD Wave files stored on your hard drive (*.wav, a standard Windows format for sound files.) A combination of Wave files and tracks NOTE: Easy-CD Audio is designed to assist you in reproducing material in which you own the copyright or have obtained permission to copy from the...

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    How to Make a Music CD 2. Follow the on-screen instructions in the Wizard windows. A list of the audio tracks you are adding to your CD appears in the main Easy-CD Audio window. A final message box notifies you when the recording is complete.

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    How to Make a Music CD 3. Insert the source CD, which contains the songs you want to record, into your CD-RW drive. NOTE: You can record directly from a CD-ROM drive only if it supports digital audio extraction. See “Recording from a CD-ROM Drive” in the Easy-CD Audio Online Help.

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    How to Make a Music CD To record Wave files stored on your hard drive to a blank CD, follow these steps: 1. Insert a blank CD into your CD-RW drive. 2. Select New CD Layout from the File menu or open an existing layout. 3.

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    How to Make a Music CD You can pre-record one Wave file at a time. To pre-record a Wave file from an existing CD, follow these steps: 1. Insert the source CD, which contains the song you want to pre-record to your hard drive, into your CD recorder.

  • Page 52: Modifying Your Cd Layout

    Modifying Your CD Layout Combining Both Audio Tracks and Wave Files You can make a music CD that contains songs both from pre-recorded Wave files stored on your hard drive and from audio tracks on an existing music CD. To do so, follow the steps outlined in “Recording Audio Tracks from an Existing Music CD”...

  • Page 53: Playing Music Cds

    Playing Music CDs Renaming Songs in Your CD Layout To rename a song listed in your CD Layout, follow these steps: 1. Select the song you want to rename in the Audio CD Layout window. 2. Select Rename in the Track menu. 3.

  • Page 54: Getting Help

    Getting Help Getting Help For setup and connection problems with your CD-RW drive, refer to the Troubleshooting section of the hardware guide. For information about Easy-CD Audio refer to the appropriate topics in the Online Help. To access the Easy-CD Audio Online Help: Select Help Topics from the Help menu.

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    Chapter 7: Making Inserts and Labels A jewel case insert is a cover you can print and insert in the CD’s jewel case—the plastic case that holds the CD—to indicate the title and contents of your CD. The cover is printed on one side of a sheet of paper and then folded. One side lists the files or tracks and the other side shows the title and may also contain graphics.

  • Page 56: Starting Jewel Case Designer, How To Make A Jewel Case Insert

    Starting Jewel Case Designer There are two ways to start the Jewel Case Designer: 1. In Windows 95, click the Start button, select Programs, point to HP CD-Writer Plus, and select Make Inserts and Labels. 2. If you are already in Easy-CD Audio, click the Jewel Case Layout tab.

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    How to Make a Jewel Case Insert 2. From the Page menu, select the part of the insert you want to view: Jewel Front—to view the Inside Jacket and Front Cover Jewel Back—to view the Back Cover Disc Printer—to view the Compact Disc label Easy-CD Audio displays the view.

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    How to Make a Jewel Case Insert To display or hide the rulers, do the following: Select the Ruler option from the View menu to view rulers. Deselect the Ruler option from the View menu to hide rulers. Using Grids Grids help you to more precisely position objects on the insert with respect to other objects on the physical page.

  • Page 59: Adding Text

    How to Make a Jewel Case Insert Adding Text You can add as much text as you like to the jewel case insert. When you add text, you can define some attributes, such as font style, color, and background fill color. To add text, follow these steps: 1.

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    How to Make a Jewel Case Insert Editing Text Objects To change the attributes of any text object in the jewel case layout, follow these steps: 1. Double-click the text object you want to edit. 2. Select the text attributes you want to change. See “Adding Text” on page 7-5.

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    How to Make a Jewel Case Insert Deleting tracks while making an audio CD may cause blank rows to appear in the tracks list of the Jewel Case Layout tab. Therefore, if you make changes to the track list that affect the position of the tracks on the Jewel Case Layout window, Easy-CD Audio asks if you want the tracks automatically repositioned.

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    Getting Help To fit the tracks on the page as described above: Select Best Fit from the Arrange menu. Printing Jewel Case Inserts You can print a jewel case insert while the Jewel Case Layout tab is open. The commands and options available for printing depend on the type of printer that is connected to your computer.

  • Page 63: What Kinds Of Cds Can I Copy?

    Chapter 8: Copying CDs The most common use for making a copy of a CD is to create a working copy of a CD and archive the original in a safe place. NOTE: CD Copier is designed to assist you in reproducing material in which you own the copyright or have obtained permission to copy from the copyright owner.

  • Page 64: Starting Cd Copier

    To do so, follow these steps: 1. In Windows 95, click the Start button located on the left side of the taskbar. 2. Select Programs, point to HP CD-Writer Plus, and select Copy CDs. The CD Copier Source and Destination tab appears.

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    How to Make a Copy of a CD How to Make a Copy of a CD To make a backup copy of a CD, follow these steps: 1. Select the source drive from which you want to copy the CD. This can be your CD-R, CD-RW, or CD-ROM drive.

  • Page 66: Cd Copier Advanced Tab Settings, Getting Help

    CD Copier Advanced Tab Settings CD Copier Advanced Tab Settings Setting Description Current CD Select the speed at which you want to create the Recorder Speed backup copy of the CD. For greater certainty, record at 1x. Disc Copy Select this option to copy the source CD to your hard drive first to speed up the recording process if you are making more than one copy of a CD.

  • Page 67: Welcome To Hp Simple Trax

    Retrieving one or more files or folders from a CD is a snap — just treat the Simple Trax folder as a regular CD drive and copy the files using HP Simple Trax's handy popup menus. HP Simple Trax asks you for the correct CD(s) as needed to retrieve the selected files.

  • Page 68: Protecting Files And Folders Immediately

    HP Simple Trax is installed along with your other CD-Writer Plus software. No special installation or configuration is necessary. All you need to do before using HP Simple Trax is to prepare a CD for writing with your CD-Writer Plus. The method to prepare a CD can be found on page 5-2.

  • Page 69: Creating A Protection List

    CD-Writer Plus and places information about the protected files into its information vault. If the CD you placed in your CD-Writer Plus has not been used with HP Simple Trax before, the program prompts you to type a name to identify the CD.

  • Page 70: Scheduling A Protection Session To Run Automatically

    CTRL 3. Point to HP Simple Trax and click Add to Protection List from the HP Simple Trax menu. The View Versions option only appears if you have selected a single file.

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    For a scheduled protection session to run unattended you will need to have a CD that already has a name for use in HP Simple Trax. If it is the first time you use the CD in HP Simple Trax the software will prompt you to type a name to identify the CD when the session begins.

  • Page 72: Retrieving Protected Files And Folders

    Retrieving Protected Files and Folders Retrieving protected files and folders using HP Simple Trax is very quick and easy. You don’t need to insert a CD into your CD-Writer Plus before the retrieval actually begins. HP Simple Trax shows you all the files and folders you have protected on all CDs and prompts you for the correct CD(s) during the retrieval process.

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    5. Click Retrieve from the popup menu. 6. Set the retrieve options: Make sure Ask before overwriting files is checked to prevent retrieved files from overwriting existing files of the same names without HP Simple Trax prompting you to do so first.

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    7. Click OK to continue. 8. Insert the correct CD if it is not already in your CD-Writer Plus. HP Simple Trax prompts you for the required CD.

  • Page 75: Searching The Hp Simple Trax Information Vault

    Searching the HP Simple Trax Information Vault HP Simple Trax helps you find protected files in the HP Simple Trax information vault so that you can see if a file has been protected, see when it was last protected, and retrieve it if desired.

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    9-10 Searching the HP Simple Trax Information Vault To find protected files in the HP Simple Trax information vault: 1. Run Explorer by clicking the Start button, pointing to Programs, and clicking Windows Explorer. 2. Double-click the HP Simple Trax icon.

  • Page 77: Hp Simple Trax Control Panel Overview

    To run the HP Simple Trax Control Panel, double-click the HP Simple Trax Control Panel shortcut on your desktop or click the Start button, point to Programs, then to HP CD-Writer Plus, then to HP Simple Trax, and click Control Panel.

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    9-12 HP Simple Trax Control Panel Overview Selection Tab The Selection tab gives you full control over the HP Simple Trax Protection List, allowing you to add and remove files and folders as needed to protect your valuable information. The HP Simple Trax Control Panel Selection tab is divided into two...

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    9-13 HP Simple Trax Control Panel Overview 1. All Files & Folders: Selects all files and any subfolders in the current folder for protection. The contents of the current folder appear in the File List. 2. File Type: Specifies the type of files that are selected for protection and displayed in the File List.

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    Keep last x error log entries: Click this radio button to set the number of error log entries HP Simple Trax is to keep. Type the number of error logs to keep or use the spin buttons to set the desired number.

  • Page 81: Welcome To Adobe Photodeluxeâ„¢

    In Windows, click the Start button, click Programs, click Adobe, click PhotoDeluxe 2.0, and click Adobe PhotoDeluxe 2.0. NOTE: When using PhotoDeluxe, keep the HP SureStore Plus CD in your CD- ROM drive as much as possible. Although the CD is not required to use the program, you will need it when you want to use the sample photos and clip art or use the guided activities stored on it.

  • Page 82: Learning Photodeluxe

    Help menu. In addition to this guide and the online Help, the documentation for this program includes the tour movie on the HP SureStore Plus CD, which demonstrates some PhotoDeluxe fundamentals. The movie is provided only in English.

  • Page 83: Looking At Photodeluxe

    10-3 Looking at PhotoDeluxe Looking at PhotoDeluxe PhotoDeluxe is organized so that the most important tools are ready when you need them. Step-by-step guided activities make projects easy. A. Buttons organize guided activities into categories. B. Introduction (Intro) tabs acquaint you with each section or guided activity. C. Numbered tabs guide you through steps in order.

  • Page 84: Getting A Photo Into Photodeluxe

    10-4 Getting a Photo into PhotoDeluxe Toolbar and Photo Organizer You’ll find the toolbar at the top of the photo window. A. Zoom In button magnifies an image. B. Zoom Out button reduces an image. C. Zoom tool magnifies the area you click or drag across. D. Zoom menu lets you choose a magnification.

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    If you don’t have any digital photos yet, you can still use PhotoDeluxe with any sample photo from one of the photo organizer galleries stored on the HP SureStore CD. Using the Get Photo Button The Get Photo button gives you access to all of the ways you can get a digital photo into PhotoDeluxe.

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    Sample Photos and Clip Art galleries, which you can find using the Get Photo button. Unlike galleries you create, the Sample Photos and Clip Art galleries are permanently stored on the HP SureStore Plus CD, so you cannot change them.

  • Page 87: Saving And Printing Your Photos

    10-7 Saving and Printing your Photos 2. Click the Get Photo button, click the Get Photo tab, and then click the My Photos, Sample Photos, or Clip Art button. The gallery appears in a photo organizer window. 3. Drag a photo from the photo organizer window to the PhotoDeluxe window.

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    10-8 Saving and Printing your Photos 2. Drag the photo to the My Photos window. NOTE: If you are not using the Object selection tool, choose it before dragging to the My Photos window. To save changes to a photo: With the photo window open and in front, choose the Save command from the File menu.

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    10-9 Saving and Printing your Photos 2. Click the button that matches the destination of your photo, and follow the instructions on the tabs. To send a photo to a file format for use in another program: 1. With a photo open, complete any activity you may be using, click the Send button, and then click the To Disk tab.

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    10-10 Saving and Printing your Photos Printing a Photo You can print completed photos or projects with your printer. To prevent mistakes and save paper, use Print Preview to check the size of the photo on the paper you selected and confirm settings in Page Setup before you actually print.

  • Page 91: Touching Up A Photo

    10-11 Touching Up a Photo To print multiple copies on a single page: 1. Click the Send button at the upper left corner of the screen, click the To Printer tab, and click the Tiled Printing button. 2. Specify the number of copies you want on the same page for Copies Across and Copies Down and then click Print.

  • Page 92: Adding Text

    10-12 Adding Text Undoing Mistakes Changes you make don’t always look right the first time. Use the following strategies to correct mistakes in various situations: You can undo the most recent change by clicking the Undo button on the toolbar. When you have a choice between clicking Undo and correcting the mistake manually, click Undo—it is faster and will preserve more image quality than making a second change over the first.

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    10-13 Adding Text 2. Type into the Text Tool box. The text automatically goes to the next line in the text box, but will appear as a single line in the photo unless you press Enter where you want to create a new line. In this box you can select other options, but you won’t see the effects of options until you click OK to close the Text Tool box.

  • Page 94: Exploring Advanced Features

    10-14 Exploring Advanced Features 6. Click OK after you set the options you want. After clicking OK, you can drag the text to any position within the photo. The text appears on the photo surrounded by a box with small black squares (called handles) on each side and corner.

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    10-15 Exploring Advanced Features A. The Advanced button presents PhotoDeluxe features without guided activities so you can use them in any order. Clicking the Advanced button also displays long menus. B. To keep long menus on when the Advanced button is not selected, choose the Long Menus from the Preferences menu on the File menu.

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    10-16 Exploring Advanced Features NOTE: The view menu will only appear when long menus are activated. To activate long menus select File, Preferences, Long Menus.

  • Page 97: What's In Corel Print House Magic?

    Chapter 11: Corel Print House Magic ™ Corel Print House™ is back, and it's better than ever! Welcome to Corel Print House Magic™, a powerful suite of applications designed to help you create exciting printing projects in no time at all. Whether it's for business or home, Corel Print House Magic has everything you need to create cards, stationery, banners, and more.

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    11-2 What's in Corel Print House Magic? newly designed user interface, including an on-screen Color Palette redesigned Notebook, for easier access to all of the Corel Print House features and functionality Symbol tool, for drawing all sorts of shapes Symbol Sprayer tool, for scattering symbols as you drag your mouse over the page Zoom tool, for changing the project view quickly and easily thousands of new sample files, and 150 new fonts...

  • Page 99: Corel Print House 3

    If you created a shortcut to Corel Print House on your desktop, double-click the shortcut. In Windows 95 or Windows NT 4.0, click Start, Programs, HP CD- Writer Plus, Corel Print House Magic, Corel Print House 3. 2. In the Notebook, click the method you want to use to design your project.

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    11-4 Corel Print House 3 Start from scratch to build your project from the ground up. The Scratch wizard lets you choose from various blank paper layouts. Then, it's up to you to add text, clipart, and other graphics. Choose the Open Existing option to access any project you have saved previously.

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    11-5 Corel Print House 3 The Notebook The Notebook is located on the left side of the Corel Print House desktop. Use the Notebook to access the catalog of Corel Print House resources, including clipart, backdrops, borders, phrases, and photos get assistance with tasks such as adding graphics, editing text, and saving and printing projects add color, line, shadow, text, and wrappers to your project...

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    11-6 Corel Print House 3 By default, the Color Palette automatically appears when you launch Corel Print House. You can hide the Color Palette by clicking View, Color Palette. The check mark beside the command name disappears when the Color Palette is hidden. The rulers Rulers measure the size of the page and tell you the exact location of your cursor.

  • Page 103: Corel Photo House 2

    If you created a shortcut to Corel Photo House on your desktop, double-click the shortcut. In Windows 95 or Windows NT 4.0, click Start, Programs, HP CD- Writer Plus, Corel Print House Magic, Corel Photo House 2. Beginning your work There are several ways to setup an image for editing or enhancement in Corel Photo House.

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    11-8 Corel Photo House 2 Setting up the page When you create a blank image, you set the image size and resolution and choose the paper color. The image's size and resolution are particularly important because they affect both the size of the file and the quality of your printed image.

  • Page 105

    11-9 Corel Photo House 2 The Notebook The Notebook is located on the left side of the Corel Photo House desktop. Use the Notebook to get assistance with tasks such as using the painting and selection tools choose brushes, colors, and effects access the photos available on the Corel CD (non-U.S.

  • Page 106: Corel Family & Friends

    11-10 Corel Family & Friends Dust And Scratches effect can be used to improve damaged areas of images. Special effects Special effects let you transform your photos in fun and interesting ways. They can change image colors and textures, create three-dimensional effects, and distort image appearances.

  • Page 107

    11-11 Corel Family & Friends The Calendar helps you schedule events and displays them in the familiar format of a paper calendar. However, it lets you add even more detail than a paper calendar. The Details window lets you display messages about each event you schedule and shows you how often the event repeats.

  • Page 108: Getting Started

    Chapter 12: Photo Organizer Welcome to Photo Organizer—the best way to create electronic photo albums, catalog all their photos for easy retrieval, create Internet web pages, and launch popular “digital darkroom” photo-editing programs. The Photo Organizer is installed automatically with the CD-ROM software.

  • Page 109

    12-2 Getting Started Adding Photos to the Media Library Photo Organizer can import picture files from any drive that can be accessed by your computer: hard drives, floppy drives, CD-ROM drives, and network drives. It can also import pictures directly from a scanner. To add photos to the Media Library: 1.

  • Page 110

    12-3 Getting Started Rearranging Pictures on the Gallery Tab To rearrange the order of pictures on the Gallery tab: Click the left mouse while dragging a picture to its new location. To place a picture in front of another picture, position the mouse pointer on the left side of the picture.

  • Page 111

    12-4 Getting Started Creating Albums Albums are collections of pictures. You can group pictures into albums by subject, event, or any other criteria that you choose. Pictures can be added to an album by scanning or importing, or by copying or moving pictures from the Light Table or from other albums.

  • Page 112

    12-5 Getting Started Cataloging Pictures Pictures can be cataloged for later retrieval using the Search tool. Keywords and classifications are used to catalog pictures. Keywords are words or phrases that you create to identify pictures. Keywords that are common to a group of pictures can be entered during the import process.

  • Page 113

    12-6 Getting Started 4. Click the major classification that applies to the picture. 5. Expand the major classification by clicking the plus sign (+) beside it. 6. Choose the sub-classification that applies to the picture. 7. Click the Add button to assign the selected classification to the picture. 8.

  • Page 114

    12-7 Getting Started Performing Keyword Searches To search for pictures using the list of existing keywords: 1. Switch to the Tree Browser by clicking the Tree Browser button. 2. Open the Keywords listing by clicking the plus sign (+) beside Keywords. All the keywords that have been assigned to pictures are listed in alphabetical order.

  • Page 115

    12-8 Getting Started specify only one of the dimensions; the program automatically changes the other. Crop Image—To crop a picture, press the left mouse button and outline the cropped area. To resize the image so that it fills the entire area before cropping, click the Scale Image button.

  • Page 116

    12-9 Getting Started right side of the dialog. To cancel the color and/or exposure corrections and restore the original settings, click the Reset button. To scale a picture to fill the white drawing space, click the Scale Picture button. Note that this does not apply to the Save As or Resize command. Sending Pictures to Other Imaging Programs Pictures from Photo Organizer can be opened in other image editing programs.

  • Page 117

    Chapter 13: PaperMaster Live Quick-Start Tutorial This tutorial is designed to get you up and running quickly with PaperMaster Live. You’ll learn the basics and find out that PaperMaster Live is fun and easy to use! Once you’ve completed this tutorial, you’ll be familiar with: Searching for a document Viewing and customizing documents...

  • Page 118: Searching For A Document

    13-2 Searching for a Document Searching for a Document One of the main features that makes PaperMaster Live such an effective organizing tool is its AutoSearch capability. With AutoSearch, you can locate documents in your cabinet quickly and easily without having to remember where they were filed.

  • Page 119: Viewing And Customizing Your Documents

    13-3 Viewing and Customizing Your Documents 5. Click on “Documents” in the Search For box if it’s not already selected. 6. Click “Search.” Matching documents are then displayed by Rank (frequency of keywords). The number of document found (under “Items Found”), and the number of documents searched (under “Items Searched”) are also displayed.

  • Page 120

    13-4 Viewing and Customizing Your Documents sticky note icon, and another is through the “Type Text” tool, which allows you to type directly onto the document. “Sticky Note” Annotation Use this type of annotation to make notes to yourself about the documents you’ve filed.

  • Page 121: Faxing And Printing Your Documents

    13-5 Faxing and Printing Your Documents 2. Position the mouse where you’d like to have text, click the left mouse button once, and begin filling out the DocuMagix registration card. To delete a text annotation, just point and click on the box around it, go into the Edit menu, and choose Delete Annotation.

  • Page 122: Creating A New Cabinet And Copying Information

    13-6 Creating a New Cabinet and Copying Information Printing 1. Choose Print under the File menu. This Print dialog box lets you set the print range, scaling options, print quality, number of copies, collation, and whether to print annotations. If everything is correct, click OK. The Print Annotations, Type Text box needs to be selected to print your filled-in Registration Card.

  • Page 123: Creating Customized Drawers And Folders

    13-7 Creating Customized Drawers and Folders 1. Using the right mouse key, drag the Open Me First! drawer from the old cabinet into an empty slot in the “Backup Cabinet” cabinet. When the Move/Copy menu pops up, select Copy. As a default, dragging and dropping containers between two cabinets using the left mouse button will perform a Copy command.

  • Page 124

    13-8 Creating Customized Drawers and Folders Creating a New Drawer 1. Create a drawer by choosing New Drawer from the cabinet window’s File menu. This brings up the New Drawer dialog box. 2. Replace the default name “Drawer #1” in the name field with “DocuMagix”.

  • Page 125: Filing A Document Into Papermaster Live

    13-9 Filing a Document into PaperMaster Live Filing a Document into PaperMaster Live There are several ways of filing documents into PaperMaster Live, including scanning, downloading from the Web, importing, and filing from any Windows application (including fax software, word processors and e-mail).

  • Page 126: Publishing, Sharing And Archiving Cabinets To Cd, Closing A Cabinet

    13-10 Publishing, Sharing and Archiving Cabinets to CD Publishing, Sharing and Archiving Cabinets to CD If you have a CD-R or CD-RW, you have the tool necessary to take a large cabinet with all of your custom documents just about anywhere. Because CD’s are very light and compact while providing a large medium for storage, they are the ideal mechanism for storing and sharing information.

  • Page 127: Viewing A Cabinet Given To You On Cd, Congratulations!, Upgrade Notification

    13-11 Viewing a Cabinet Given to you on CD Viewing a Cabinet Given to you on CD If you own PaperMaster Live, you can view a cabinet on a CD simply by selecting Open Cabinet from your local cabinet and opening the one on the CD.

  • Page 128

    13-12 Upgrade Notification PaperMaster Live 98 allows allows you to store common Window’s application files in their original format directly into your file cabinet. This let’s you search for all of your documents (scanned paper, web pages and even application files) in one easy to organize file cabinet. For more information on the new features in PaperMaster Live 98, check the DocuMagix Web page at http://www.documagix.com/customer/ upgrades.

  • Page 129: About Norton Antivirus

    Chapter 14: Norton AntiVirus This chapter explains how to use Norton AntiVirus to protect your computer from viruses. In general, Norton AntiVirus operation is the same for Windows 95, Windows NT 3.51, and Windows NT 4.0. Wherever there are differences, they are specifically noted. About Norton AntiVirus Norton AntiVirus is the most sophisticated and powerful product available to defend your computer from virus infection.

  • Page 130

    14-2 About Norton AntiVirus well as damage data, delete files, and even completely erase your hard disk. Macro viruses, the newest threat, infect and spread throughout Word and Excel documents. Whenever an infected program is run or an infected document is opened, the attached virus is activated and spreads to other programs and documents.

  • Page 131: Using Norton Antivirus

    14-3 Using Norton AntiVirus online (for example, over the Internet) or by mail. See “Keeping virus protection current” on page 14-14. WHY? New viruses are being written all the time. You have to regularly obtain files from Norton AntiVirus that contain the latest virus protection.

  • Page 132: What Else Can I Do With Norton Antivirus?

    Norton AntiVirus works, or click LiveUpdate to get the latest virus protection files directly from Symantec. To open the Norton AntiVirus window: On the Windows taskbar, click Start, point to Programs, point to HP CD-Writer Plus, point to the Norton AntiVirus group, then click Norton AntiVirus.

  • Page 133

    14-5 What else can I do with Norton AntiVirus? Register Norton AntiVirus WHY? After registration, you are eligible for 90 days of free technical support, special upgrade pricing, and up-to-date product and company information. To register Norton AntiVirus: 1. In the Norton AntiVirus main window, choose About Norton AntiVirus from the Help menu.

  • Page 134

    14-6 What else can I do with Norton AntiVirus? Scan for viruses WHY? We recommend you scan all floppy disks before you use them. To scan drives for viruses: 1. Start Norton AntiVirus. 2. In the Norton AntiVirus main window, check specific drives in the Drives list box or select multiple drives by checking items in the Drive types box.

  • Page 135

    14-7 What else can I do with Norton AntiVirus? 9. Windows 95: Click Minimize to close the dialog box but leave the Norton Scheduler running. Under Windows NT, the Scheduler service runs all the time. Your computer must be turned on when the scan is due to take place. Customize Norton AntiVirus WHY? Norton AntiVirus is preset to provide you with complete protection against viruses.

  • Page 136

    14-8 What else can I do with Norton AntiVirus? To create or update rescue disks: 1. On the Windows taskbar, click Start, point to Programs, point to HP CD-Writer Plus, point to the Norton AntiVirus group, then click Rescue Disk.

  • Page 137

    14-9 What to do if a virus is found What to do if a virus is found Windows 95: If you see a virus alert 1. Look for words that identify the type of problem. Read the whole message. 2. Press Enter to choose the action that is preselected for you, or type the first letter of the action you want to take (for example, type R for Repair).

  • Page 138

    14-10 What to do if a virus is found NOTE: If a virus is detected during Windows 95 startup, a text message will be displayed. Just follow the on-screen instructions.Quick guide to alert actions Actions If a Norton AntiVirus alert or Problems Found dialog box appears on your screen, use this table to decide what to do.

  • Page 139: What To Do If Norton Antivirus Can't Repair

    14-11 What to do if Norton AntiVirus can’t repair What to do if Norton AntiVirus can’t repair WHY? One of the most common reasons Norton AntiVirus can’t repair a file is that you don’t have the most up-to-date virus protection files. Click LiveUpdate in the Norton AntiVirus main window to obtain the latest files via modem or Internet.

  • Page 140

    4. Use a program such as Norton Navigator, WinZip, or PKUNZIP to uncompress the file in the temporary folder. 5. On the Windows taskbar, click Start, point to Programs, point to HP CD-Writer Plus, point to the Norton AntiVirus group, then click Norton AntiVirus.

  • Page 141

    14-13 What to do if Norton AntiVirus can’t repair To restore your hard disk: 1. Switch off your computer using the power switch. 2. Place your write-protected Norton AntiVirus Emergency Boot Disk in the A: drive, then switch on your computer. 3.

  • Page 142: Keeping Virus Protection Current

    14-14 Keeping virus protection current Keeping virus protection current WHY? Norton AntiVirus relies on up-to-date information to detect and eliminate viruses. One of the most common reasons you may have a virus problem is that you have not updated your protection files since you purchased the product.

  • Page 143

    14-15 Keeping virus protection current TIP: We recommend Find Device Automatically. However, you may want to control the choice depending on long-distance telephone charges for the direct modem connection or access time from the Internet site. 4. Click Next to start the automatic update. Using LiveUpdate Email WHY? Whenever a major virus threat is discovered that requires an update to your virus protection, Symantec can notify you by email so...

  • Page 144

    14-16 Keeping virus protection current 5. Select Monthly for the Frequency. 6. Click OK to close the dialog box, then click OK again to confirm. 7. Click Exit in the upper-right corner of the Norton Scheduler dialog box. 8. Windows 95: Click Minimize to close the dialog box but leave the Norton Scheduler running.

  • Page 145: Troubleshooting

    14-17 Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Norton AntiVirus can’t repair my infected files. The main reason that Norton AntiVirus may not be able to repair your infected files is: You don’t have the latest virus definitions files installed on your computer. You should update these files monthly to protect your computer from the latest viruses.

  • Page 146

    14-18 Troubleshooting The source of the infection is a floppy disk. Scan all the floppy disks you use for viruses. Some Norton AntiVirus features are password protected, and I don’t know the password. Uninstall Norton AntiVirus, then reinstall it. A program does not work properly after repair. Although Norton AntiVirus removes the virus, the file may be damaged beyond repair.

  • Page 147

    14-19 Troubleshooting Sometimes, your Norton AntiVirus Emergency Boot Disk does not work properly because you have more than one operating system installed, such as Windows NT and Windows 95. To modify the disk, do the following: Start up from your hard disk, insert your Norton AntiVirus Emergency Boot Disk in the A: drive, and, from a DOS prompt, type SYS A: and press Enter.

  • Page 148

    14-20 Troubleshooting Enables (+) or disables (-) scanning of subfolders for /S[+|-] any folders specified in the pathname. S+ is the default. Windows 95 only: Enables (+) or disables (-) scanning /M[+|-] of memory (for example, NAVW32 C: /M+ or NAVW32 D: /M-) Windows 95 only: Only memory is scanned.

  • Page 149: Minimum System Requirements

    Appendix A: Technical Specifications Minimum System Requirements Your computer should meet or exceed these requirements: IBM or compatible Pentium/75 Mhz processor or above ® ® ® Microsoft Windows 95 or Windows NT NOTE: For Windows NT, Service Pack 3 is required. 16 MB RAM Hard drive with at least 528 MB storage capacity (that is, with a transfer rate of at least 800 kB/sec and disk access time of less than 20...

  • Page 150: What Affects System Performance

    EPP and ECP modes. Systems shipped before this date may only support SPP. SPP mode allows the CD-Writer Plus drive to run at up to a 2x read speed and up to a 1x write speed if the other minimum system requirements are met.

  • Page 151: Drive Specifications

    For optimum performance, run SCANDISK.EXE and DEFRAG.EXE on your hard drive before using your CD-Writer Plus drive for the first time (see your Windows manual for more information). Then run them periodically after that. These programs improve access times to the hard drive, which will help improve system performance while writing to and reading from the CD-Writer Plus drive.

  • Page 152

    Drive Specifications ISO 9660 Disc Data Capacity (74 Minute CD) Number Size required for header Size available for data/ information per session sessions approximately 23 MB* 627 MB one session approximately 79 MB 114 MB each session (approx. 23 for the first, 14 MB each of the rest) approximately 149 MB 50 MB each session...

  • Page 153: Who Do You Need To Call For Help?

    Who do you need to call for help? following table will help direct you to the appropriate customer support service Software or Hardware Customer Support Service Page HP CD-Writer Plus HP Customer Support page B-2 Direct CD Adaptec Customer Support page B-2...

  • Page 154: Before You Call Hp

    For help finding this information, see page B-3. If you receive an error message, write it down before you call. Information For your computer CD-Writer Plus drive model Drive firmware version Drive serial number Computer brand and model Operating system and version? Windows 95 or Windows NT 4.0...

  • Page 155

    Writer Plus drive, and then click on the Settings tab. Example: Firmware revision 1.00 Drive serial number The CD-Writer Plus drive serial number appears on the main label on the top of the drive. See page 1-5. It also appears on the underside of the CD tray.

  • Page 156

    Other IDE devices Any devices attached to IDE controllers in your computer system, such as a CD-ROM drive, hard drive, tape drive, and so on. Example: HP Colorado IDE adapter board brand/model If you are using a paddle board to add another IDE controller to your computer system, check the manual that came with your IDE board.

  • Page 157: Hp Customer Support

    ........Go HPSYS World Wide Web ....www.hp.com/isgsupport/cdplus Bulletin board site (8,N,1,F, 1200-28.8K baud) Europe .

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  • Page 159

    HP Customer Support Asia/Pacific Australia (M-F 7am-7pm, Eastern Standard Time). . . (03) 9272 8000 China (M-F 8:30-17:30) ..... (8610)-62625666...

  • Page 160: Adaptec Customer Support

    Adaptec Customer Support Adaptec Customer Support Electronic Support Technical information, including product literature, answers to commonly asked questions, information on software upgrades and other topics is available electronically through the following: World Wide Web ......www.adaptec.com On the Internet, you can send CD-ROM, CD-R, and CD publishing-specific messages to support@adaptec.com.

  • Page 161: Adobe Photodeluxe Technical Support

    Adobe PhotoDeluxe Technical Support Adobe PhotoDeluxe Technical Support U.S. and Canada Adobe's CustomerFirst program offers the following Technical Support options: A technical support database on the World Wide Web providing PhotoDeluxe technical notes: http://www.adobe.com/supportservice/custsupport/ Adobe FaxYI, a free fax-on-demand system that can fax any of more than 1,000 technical and customer service documents on PhotoDeluxe.

  • Page 162

    B-10 Adobe PhotoDeluxe Technical Support CUSTOMER SERVICE Disk replacements or User's Manuals can only be provided from the manufacturer that included the PhotoDeluxe program with your new hardware device. European Support Email ....... . techdocs@adobe.com Fax(Call BackByFax Service to documents) .

  • Page 163: Corel Print House Magic Service And Support

    B-11 Corel Print House Magic Service & Support Corel Print House Magic Service & Support Corel is committed to providing customers with high-quality, timely technical support. This section describes the range of support services available. Note: The terms of Corel's technical support offerings are subject to change without notice.

  • Page 164

    B-12 Corel Print House Magic Service & Support Middle East Dubai ........971.4.523.526 Isreal .

  • Page 165: Photo Organizer Customer Support

    B-13 Photo Organizer Customer Support Photo Organizer Customer Support Call the appropriate number listed in this section if you have questions about the Photo Organizer software. US ......... 301 419 0000 Canada .

  • Page 166: Papermaster Technical Support

    B-14 PaperMaster Technical Support PaperMaster Technical Support United States and Canada DocuMagix, Inc. 2880 Zanker Road Suite 204 San Jose, CA 95134 Support........1-408-434-1001 Sales .

  • Page 167

    B-15 PaperMaster Technical Support Denmark Esselte A/S PaperMaster Nordre Fasanvej 117-119 DK-2000 Frederiksberg Telephone....... . . +45 38 16 7800 Fax .

  • Page 168

    B-16 PaperMaster Technical Support Italy/Switzerland Esselte SpA PaperMaster Centro Direzionale Lombardo Via Roma 108 I-20060 Cassina de Pecchi Milan, ITALY Telephone....... . +39 2 95 300 991 Fax .

  • Page 169: Symantec Service And Support Solutions

    B-17 Symantec Service and Support Solutions Symantec Service and Support Solutions Symantec is committed to excellent service worldwide. Our goal is to provide you with professional assistance in the use of our software and services, wherever you are located. Technical Support and Customer Service solutions vary by country. If you have questions about the services described below, please refer to the section “Worldwide Service and Support”...

  • Page 170

    B-18 Symantec Service and Support Solutions FAQs: Frequently Asked Questions documents, also known as FAQs, list commonly asked questions and clear answers for specific products. Discussion groups: Discussion groups provide a forum where you can ask questions and receive answers from Symantec online support technicians.

  • Page 171

    B-19 Symantec Service and Support Solutions Support for old and discontinued versions When a new version of this software is released, registered users will receive upgrade information in the mail. Telephone support will be provided for the previous version for six months after the release of the new version.

  • Page 172

    B-20 Symantec Service and Support Solutions NORTH AMERICA Symantec Corporation (800) 441-7234 (USA & Canada) 175 W. Broadway (541) 334-6054 (all other locations) Eugene, OR, 97401 Fax: (541) 984-8020 Automated Fax Retrieval (800) 554-4403 (541) 984-2490 BRAZIL Symantec Brazil +55 (11) 5561 0284 Av.

  • Page 173: Returning A Drive

    B-21 Returning a Drive Returning a Drive All other countries except USA. If your Hewlett-Packard product requires repair or replacement, call the HPCustomer Support at the phone number listed in ”Appendix B: Customer Support” to receive instructions. In the USA. If your Hewlett-Packard product requires repair or replacement, follow these instructions: Call the number listed in Appendix B: Customer Support, B-5.

  • Page 174

    Index Auto-Protect feature disabling temporarily Windows 95 14-4, 14-12 enabling Windows 95 14-12, 14-17 failure to load on startup Windows 95 14-17 Auto-Protect icon Windows 95 14-3 AutoSearch 13-2 access time 3-4, A-2, A-3, A-4 accessing online Help 10-2 Acer brand computer 3-7 adding graphics to inserts 7-6 adjusting a photo 10-11 backup copies...

  • Page 175

    Index-2 capacity, CD A-4 supported by CD-Writer drive A-3 CD Copier write-once 2-3, 3-5, A-3 changing temp directory location 8-4 CD-Writer drive disc copy option 8-4 audio cable 1-7, 1-14 Online Help 8-4 changing drive letter 3-5–3-6 selecting destination drive 8-3 compatibility problems 3-7 selecting source drive 8-3 connecting 1-1–1-15...

  • Page 176

    1-1 data cable Continue action button connecting 1-6 Windows 95 14-10 disconnecting 1-14 control panel for HP Simple Trax 9-11 defining text attributes 7-5 copy prevention feature 3-3 Delete action button copying Windows 95 14-10 audio CDs 8-1...

  • Page 177

    7-7 environmental specifications A-5 distortion EPS file format 10-9 audio 3-3–3-4 erasing files on CDs 5-4 video 3-4 error logs tab in HP Simple Trax 9-14 documents error message annotating 13-3 buffer underrun 3-4–3-5 cropping 13-3 cannot find CD 3-5–3-6...

  • Page 178

    DirectCD 5-4 Find Device Automatically option Easy-CD Audio 6-9 Windows 95 14-15 jewel case inserts 7-8 finding in HP Simple Trax 9-9 help. See online Help firmware version B-3 high-pressure air 2-4 fitting tracks on a page 7-7 history of protection for a file 9-8...

  • Page 179

    Index-6 inoculation changes, expected vs. unexpect- Windows 95 14-10 learning PhotoDeluxe 10-2 inserting a CD 2-1–2-2 listening to music CDs 1-7 inserting objects 7-6 LiveUpdate button B-18 installing LiveUpdates Norton AntiVirus for Windows 95 obtaining system requirements 14-3 when unable to repair files 14-11 software programs, disabling Auto-Pro- Windows 95 procedure 14-14–14-16 tect 14-4...

  • Page 180

    Index-7 conflicting device 1-10–1-11, 1-11, 1-12, connector 1-4, 1-6 naming documents 13-9 ECP 1-10, 3-5, A-2 networks 3-4 EPP 1-10, 3-5, A-2 Norton AntiVirus for Windows 95 minimum requirements A-1 automatic features 14-2 sharing 1-4–1-5, 3-3 customizing 14-7 SPP 3-4, A-2 installing PDF file format.

  • Page 181

    Index-8 printing 1-5, 10-10–10-11 renaming songs in CD layout 6-8 disc labels 7-8 Repair action button jewel case inserts 7-8 Windows 95 14-10 problems 1-11 Repair Wizard while playing audio CDs 3-3 Windows 95 14-9 printing documents 13-6 repairing infected files problems compressed solving 10-2...

  • Page 182

    1-10, 1-13, 3-2 Windows 95 14-6–14-7 Symantec World Wide Web site B-17–B-18 setup tab in HP Simple Trax 9-13 system files searching in HP Simple Trax 9-9 unable to repair selection tab in HP Simple Trax 9-12 Windows 95 14-13 Send button 10-8–10-9...

  • Page 183

    Index-10 hardware connections 1-8, 1-9–1-10, 3-1– Windows 95 14-9 Windows NT 14-9 inserting CDs 2-2 virus definitions IRQ conflict A-3 installing latest 14-16 not recognizing CD-Writer drive 1-12 virus definitions update disk B-17 parallel port configuration 1-10–1-11, 1- virus protection 11, 1-12, A-3 disabling power supply 1-12...

  • Page 184

    Index-11 Zoom In button 10-4 Zoom menu 10-4 Zoom Out button 10-4 Zoom tool 10-4 ENGLISH EXTERNAL USER’S GUIDE HP PART NO. C4381-90100...

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