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Fujitsu DynaMO 1300 User Manual

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DynaMO
2300 SCSI
1300 SCSI
3.5-inch Magneto-Optical Disk Drive
USER'S MANUAL

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    DynaMO 2300 SCSI 1300 SCSI 3.5-inch Magneto-Optical Disk Drive USER'S MANUAL...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Introduction........................... 1 Important ..................................1 Hardware and Software Requirements ........................... 2 Using this Product for Applications with High Safety Levels ................... 3 Formatted Capacity of MO Disks ............................ 3 Notes on Handling this Product .................... 4 Warnings ..................................5 Cautions ..................................

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    This document and all materials contained herein are subject to copyright. The document may not be copied, in whole or in part, without the written consent of FUJITSU LIMITED. • FUJITSU, FUJITSU logo and DynaMO are registered trademarks of FUJITSU LIMITED, Japan.

  • Page 4: Introduction

    Note that FUJITSU LIMITED accepts no liability whatsoever for the loss of or damage to any data as a result of the use of this product. Important data should be backed up on a regular basis as a precautionary measure.

  • Page 5: Hardware And Software Requirements

    Hardware and Software Requirements Computers - PC with SCSI-2 Host adapter card and cable - Macintosh (68020 or later, PowerPC processor) - Macintosh (PowerPC processor) with Adaptec Power Domain 2930U, SCSI Connect 2906 PCI SCSI card Operating systems - Windows XP Professional and Home Edition - Windows 2000 Professional - Windows Me - Windows 98 (including Second Edition)

  • Page 6: Using This Product For Applications With High Safety Levels

    Note that FUJITSU LIMITED accepts no responsibility whatsoever for injury or damage occurring as a result of the use of this product for applications where high safety levels are required.

  • Page 7: Notes On Handling This Product

    Notes on Handling this Product About the Symbols Used The symbols and details shown below are used to indicate important information on the handling of this product. Be sure to read this information and observe it carefully to ensure that you use this product properly. Warnings WARNING indicates a hazardous situation could result in death or serious personal injury if the user does not perform the procedure...

  • Page 8: Warnings

    Never disassemble this device in any way. Disassembly of this device can cause damage, faults or serious accidents, such as a fire, short circuit or electric shock. In the event of such accidents, FUJITSU LIMITED shall not be held liable for any damage incurred by the customer.

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    If the MO drive emits If the MO Drive behaves abnormally, such as emitting excessive heat, unusual sounds or smoke, or unusual odors or sounds, immediately switch the MO Drive off and odors. unplug the AC cable from the mains power supply. Check that the unit is no longer emitting smoke and then take the unit to the shop where you bought it for repairs.

  • Page 10: Cautions

    Cautions Avoid sources of Keep this device away from magnets or other objects that generate a strong magnetic magnetic field and away from wireless equipment or other devices that emit fields and electrical electrical signals as such equipment could cause this device to malfunction. signals.

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    Do not use the AC Do not use the AC adapter with the cord bundled as this generates heat and adapter with the could cause a fire. cord bundled. Always unplug the If you do not plan to use the MO Drive for a long period, unplug the AC cable AC cable from the from the mains supply as a safety precaution.

  • Page 12: Regulatory Information

    Regulatory Information This section contains compliance certification statements. FCC and LASER Standard This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

  • Page 13: Connecting Mo Drive

    Connecting MO Drive 1. Make sure that your computer has a SCSI host Power switch DIP switches SCSI Connectors adapter already installed. 2. Make sure that your computer is turned off before installing the MO Drive. 3. The MO Drive can be installed in many PC SCSI ID Selector configurations.

  • Page 14: Changing Scsi Id Setting

    Changing SCSI ID Setting You can change the setting by rotating the SCSI ID selector on the back panel. Make sure to power off the MO Drive before changing the SCSI ID setting. • Connecting other SCSI devices with the MO Drive You can connect several SCSI devices to one SCSI host adapter.

  • Page 15: Dip Switches

    DIP switches The MO drive has four DIP switches on the rear of the Write cache (ON = activated) drive. The following explains the functions and Terminator mode (Turn it off if the MO drive is not the end device in the SCSI chain.) default setting.

  • Page 16: Installing Driver For Windows

    Installing Driver for Windows 1. Always power on the MO drive first. Ensure that the power light is on. Power Light Access Light / Eject Button 2. Power on your computer. 3. Insert the included CD-ROM into your CD-ROM/DVD-ROM drive. 4.

  • Page 17: Installing Software For Macintosh

    Installing Software for Macintosh For Mac OS 7.1 to 9.2.2 1. Always power on the MO drive first. Ensure that the power light is on. Power Light Access Light / Eject Button 2. Power on your Macintosh computer. 3. Before you install, you should save and quit any of your open programs.

  • Page 18: Using The Mo Drive

    Using the MO drive Inserting MO Disk Gently insert the MO disk with the label side up, as Eject button/Access Light shown, until the disk clicks into the place. Never force the disk into the drive or insert the MO disk upside down as this may damage the drive.

  • Page 19: Write Protection

    Write Protection Enabling the write protection on an MO disk prevents the data from being accidentally lost or altered. 1. The write protect tab is located on the bottom of the MO disk. See the figure at right. 2. Move the write protect tab up to write enable and down to write protect.

  • Page 20: Formatting Mo Disk

    Formatting MO disk The MO Disk Formatter initializes (formats) MO disks to make them readable on user's systems. For Windows XP Users To format an MO disk with non-administrator privileges, see How to use Eject and format privilege Tool. OS Built-in Formatter 1.

  • Page 21: For Windows 2000 Users

    1. Insert the MO disk then run the MO Disk Formatter. The dialog box will appear. 2. Select the MCR3230SS-S (DynaMO 2300 SCSI) or MCM3130SS-S (DynaMO 1300 SCSI) in the [Select an MO drive] list box. 3. Select [Floppy Type (FAT32)] in the [Select a Format Type] combo box.

  • Page 22: For Windows Me And Windows 98 Users

    1. Insert the MO disk then run the MO Disk Formatter. The dialog box will appear. 2. Select the MCR3230SS-S (DynaMO 2300 SCSI) or MCM3130SS-S (DynaMO 1300 SCSI) in the [Select an MO drive] list box. 3. Select [Floppy Type (FAT32)] in the [Select a Format Type] combo box.

  • Page 23: For Windows Nt4.0 Users

    For Windows NT4.0 Users Log on to an account with administrator privileges. OS Built-in Formatter 1. Insert the MO disk then run Disk 2. Select the MO Drive. Administrator. 3. Create a partition of the necessary size. 4. An unformatted partition is made. 5.

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    6. Format an unformatted partition. 7. Type (FAT16) in the [File System] combo box. 8. Type an appropriate volume label in the [Volume Label] edit box.

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    FUJITSU MO Disk Formatter • All menus and messages for this software are presented in English. • FUJITSU recommends the use of the FUJITSU MO Disk Formatter. 1. Log on to Windows NT4.0 with administrator privileges. 2. Insert the MO disk then run the MO Disk Formatter.

  • Page 26: For Mac Os 7.1 To 9.2.2 Users

    For Mac OS 7.1 to 9.2.2 Users All menus and messages for this software are presented in English. 1. Double click the MO Disk Formatter. The main screen will appear. There are 4 functions on this screen; (1) SCSI/ATAPI Bus selection pull down (2) SCSI/ATAPI Device list (3) Initialize button, Option button and Mount button (4) Function Description column...

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    Click [Option] button on the main screen. The screen will appear. If your MO disk has an older version of this FUJITSU device driver on it, the Option screen allows you to update (transfer) the current driver on your MO disk.

  • Page 28: For Mac Os X 10.1 Or Later Users

    2. Select the MO Drive and then click the [Partition] tab in the sequence shown below. Disk Description: FUJITSU MCR3230SS-S Media (DynaMO 2300 SCSI) FUJITSU MCM3130SS-S Media (DynaMO 1300 SCSI) (1) Click the disk to be formatted. (2) Click the [Partition] tab.

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    (3) To name your MO disk, enter the name and then press the Return key. (4) Select the [Mac OS Extended] in the [Format] list box. (5) Click the [OK] button. 3. A warning message appears. Check the message and click the [Partition] button if you wish to continue formatting.

  • Page 30: How To Use Eject And Format Privilege Tool

    How to use Eject and format privilege Tool For Windows XP and Windows 2000 Users In the default setting, only the administrator is allowed to eject or format the MO disks. If you want to allow all users to eject/format the MO disks, use the Eject/format privilege tool and change the settings. For Windows NT4.0 users: Only the administrator is allowed to eject or format the MO disks.

  • Page 31: Uninstalling Driver For Windows

    Uninstalling Driver for Windows If you remove the device driver and utilities, you cannot use the MO drive. The following are the instructions to uninstall. For Windows XP Users 1. Click [Start] button. 2. Select [Settings...] and click [Control panel]. 3.

  • Page 32: Using Securemo Light28

    • Password management is your responsibility. FUJITSU does not have access your password. • FUJITSU assumes no liability for any damage arising from the use of this program. • An attempt to use a locked Secure MO disk through Explorer ends up with a warning message such as "The device is not ready."...

  • Page 33: Installation

    Installation Please install it according to the following procedures. To install SecureMO Light28 with Windows XP/Windows 2000, log on using the [Computer Administrator] account or the [Administrators] privileges. 1. Insert the included CD-ROM into your CD-ROM/DVD-ROM drive. 2. The following screen is displayed. Click the [Install SecureMO Light28] button.

  • Page 34: How To Use Of Securemo Light28

    How to use of SecureMO Light28 Start or close SecureMO Light28 Start Select [All Programs] - [SecureMO Light28] from the [Start] menu, and select [SecureMO Light28]. When SecureMO Light28 dialog appears, enter the password. Close Select [Close] from the [File] menu of SecureMO Light28. •...

  • Page 35: Creating A Secure Mo Disk

    Creating a Secure MO disk A password can be applied to a formatted MO disk. A password can also be applied to an MO disk already containing data. In this case, the disk retains the recorded data but requires the password to be entered in order to perform read/write operations on the disk later.

  • Page 36: Setting Of Password

    A~Z 0~9 !"%&'/()*+,-.:;<=>?_ • Please do not forget the password. Moreover, please do not give others the password. • FUJITSU does not release your password. 1. Enter a password for [New Password]. The entered password is displayed with asterisks ( 2.

  • Page 37: Unlocking A Secure Mo Disk

    Unlocking a Secure MO disk Insert Secure MO disk 1. Insert Secure MO disk in Secure MO drive. 2. Start SecureMO Light28. Enter the password 1. Enter the password. The entered password is displayed by the asterisk ( 2. Click the [Unlock] button. The illustration in the [Disk Status] field changes when the entered password is correct.

  • Page 38: Locking A Secure Mo Disk

    Locking a Secure MO disk To lock a Secure MO disk, use either of the methods below. Method 1: Click the [Lock] button on the Enter Password screen. Method 2: Eject the Secure MO disk from Secure MO drive. Do not lock the Secure MO disk while other program is using it. Click the [Lock] button Click the [Lock] button on the SecureMO Light28 start screen.

  • Page 39: Changing A Password

    Changing a Password To change a password, close all other program using the Secure MO disk. Displaying the Change Password screen 1. Insert the Secure MO disk on which you wish to change the password into the Secure MO drive, and unlock it.

  • Page 40: Formatting Secure Mo Disk

    Formatting Secure MO disk Please open the key when you format Secure MO disk. Even if Secure MO disk is reformatted, the password is not deleted. 1. Select [Tools] - [Format]. 2. The format dialog is displayed. Select the file system in pull down menu.

  • Page 41: Uninstall

    Uninstall SecureMO Light28 cannot be used if the software is uninstalled. It becomes impossible to read and write data because the password cannot be sent to Secure MO disk. To uninstall SecureMO Light28 with Windows XP/Windows 2000, log on using the [Computer Administrator] account or the [Administrators] privileges.

  • Page 42: Troubleshootings

    Although the MO drive is designed to be highly reliable, you may occasionally experience problems. This section describes problems you may encounter when using your MO drive. If you experience any problems other than those outlined below, contact your dealer or FUJITSU subsidiary. The power light does not light up.

  • Page 43: Frequently Asked Questions

    Frequently Asked Questions Windows XP Professional and Home Edition Users Operating System Related Questions Q1: I can't eject or format an MO disk with user privileges. A1: Change the settings with Eject/format privilege tool. Connect your MO drive, and restart your PC. See also Change eject and format privileges.

  • Page 44: Windows 2000 Professional Users

    Windows 2000 Professional Users Operating System Related Questions Q1: I can't eject or format an MO disk with user privileges. A1: Change the settings with Eject/format privilege tool. Connect your MO drive, and restart your PC. See also Change eject and format privileges. Q2: I cannot eject a disk.

  • Page 45: Windows Me And Windows 98 Users

    Windows Me and Windows 98 Users Operating System Related Questions Q1: Can I use [Disk Copy] (in the right mouse button menu of the drive icon) for an MO disk? A1: No, the [Disk Copy] function only supports floppy disks and you cannot use this command for any other removable disk.

  • Page 46: Windows Nt4.0 Users

    Windows NT4.0 Users Operating System Related Questions Q1: I can't eject or format an MO disk with user privilege. A1: Only the user who has the (administrator) authority in Windows NT 4.0 can format/eject. Q2: I cannot eject an MO disk that has NTFS format. Why? A2: Windows NT4.0 cannot handle an NTFS formatted disk as a removable disk.

  • Page 47: All Windows Users

    USN journal, etc. are supported since Windows 2000. Q2: What is the difference between OS built-in formatter and the FUJITSU MO Formatter. A2: The features of each formatter are as follows.

  • Page 48: Drive Specifications

    Drive Specifications DynaMO 2300 SCSI Drive MDM3230SS Interface SCSI-2 MO Disk cartridge ISO Standard 90 mm (3.5-inch) MO Disk 640MB/540MB/230MB/128MB 640MB/540MB/230MB MO Disk with Direct Over Write (DOW) GIGAMO Standard 90 mm (3.5-inch) MO Disk 2.3GB/1.3GB Data transfer rate (Interface) 20MB/s (sync.) Average seek time 23 ms (typ.)

  • Page 49: Dynamo 1300 Scsi

    DynaMO 1300 SCSI Drive MDM3130SS Interface SCSI-2 MO Disk cartridge ISO Standard 90 mm (3.5-inch) MO Disk 640MB/540MB/230MB/128MB 640MB/540MB/230MB MO Disk with Direct Over Write (DOW) GIGAMO Standard 90 mm (3.5-inch) MO Disk 1.3GB Data transfer rate (Interface) 20MB/s (sync.) Average seek time 23 ms (typ.)

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    DynaMO 2300 SCSI/DynaMO 1300 SCSI USER'S MANUAL July 2003・1st Edition Manufactured by: FUJITSU LIMITED...

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