IBM ThinkPad DVD Ultrabay 2000 Drive User's Guide...
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4.00.950C means that your version is Windows 95 OSR2.5. Checking the items Your DVD Ultrabay 2000 Drive is shipped in a package that includes the following items: DVD Ultrabay 2000 Drive This user's guide DVD Software CD-ROM Copyright IBM Corp. 2000 4.0, or Windows 2000 environment.
Setting up your computer This section describes how to set up your computer to view DVD movies. Go to the appropriate section. Enabling the DMA setting This section applies to Windows 95, Windows 98, and Windows 2000. Go to the appropriate section: “For Windows 95 and Windows 98”...
For Windows 2000 For Windows 2000, do as follows: Click Start, move the cursor to Settings, and click Control Panel. Double-click System. Click the Hardware tab. Click the Device Manager button. Click IDE ATA/ATATI controller to pull down the submenu. Double-click Secondary IDE.
Viewing a DVD movie After you install the DVD drive and DVDExpress, you can view a DVD movie. You first need to set the DVD region code for your DVD content, however. DVD region codes Regional coding is part of the scheme for protecting the contents of a DVD. The world is divided into six regions so that specific content can be viewed only in the region where it is appropriate.
Start DVDExpress by inserting the DVD into the DVD drive. The region code is automatically set and you can see the movie. This is the initial setting. After the region code has been set, if you insert a DVD whose region code is different, you are prompted if you want to change the region code.
Troubleshooting Problem Cause and action When you play This message appears if you reboot or restart your DVDExpress with ThinkPad computer with the DVD-ROM left in the Windows 98 or DVD drive. Remove the DVD-ROM from the drive Windows 95, the “No and then reinsert it.