straightened end must extend at least 45 mm (1.8 in.). Insert the extended end into
the manual-eject hole on the front of the drive. Push the paper clip until the tray
opens. Gently pull out the tray until you can remove the disc.
Using the DVD player software
This section describes how to use and customize the DVD Player software. You can
find current information on DVD Player software in the readme file on the User's
Guide and Software Super CD.
Using the DVD function
To use the DVD function, you need to set up your computer as follows after
installing the Multi-Burner Plus drive into the Ultrabay enhanced drive bay:
1. Enable the DMA setting (Windows XP and Windows 2000 users only).
2. Install WinDVD (the DVD movie player program).
Note: For Windows 95, the DVD movie player is supported by Windows 95
Enabling driver letter access (DLA)
Drive Letter Access (DLA) is provided so that you can write data to CD-R, CD-RW,
DVD-RAM, DVD-RW, and DVD-R media. DVD-RAM, DVD-RW, DVD+RW,
CD-RW, DVD-R, DVD+R, and CD-R media can be written to many times (data on
DVD-R and CD-R media may be appended until these discs are full).
To format and write to DVD-R, DVD+R, CD-R, DVD-RAM, DVD-RW, DVD+RW,
or CD-RW media:
1. Insert a disc into the drive.
2. Double-click My Computer. Right-click the Multi-Burner drive letter.
3. Click Format. Formatting time will vary depending on the format process you
4. After formatting is complete, you can drag and drop files to the Multi-Burner
To make CD-R media compatible in other computers:
1. Double-click My Computer. Right-click the Multi-Burner drive letter.
2. Click Make Compatible.
OSR2.0 or later versions. You can check which version of Windows 95 you
are using by following these steps:
1. Click Start, move the cursor to Settings, and then click Control Panel.
2. Double-click System.
Read the numbers under "System."
v 4.00.950B means that your version is Windows 95 OSR2.0 or OSR2.1.
v 4.00.950C means that your version is Windows 95 OSR2.5.
use (Quick or Full).
drive icon, or you can move files in Windows Explorer.
Chapter 2. Using the Multi-Burner Plus drive