Use of the Disc
Keep the following notes in mind to use the disc for this product:
For the disk which does not conform to the CD standard, the playback of such a disk with the CD drive is not guaranteed.
Do not drop the disc.
Do not place anything on the disc or bend the disc.
Do not attach any label onto the disc.
Do not touch the signal side (nothing is printed on this side) with your hand.
Place the disc with its printed side upward and gently put it on the tray.
Do not scratch the disc or write anything directly on it with a pencil or ball-point pen.
Keep the disc away from cigarette smoke.
Do not leave the disc in a high-temperature place (e.g., place exposed to direct sunlight or close to a heater).
When dust or fingerprints are attached on the disc, wipe the disc from its center to edge with a dry soft cloth slowly and
Use the CD cleaner to clean the disc. Do not use record spray/cleaner, benzene, or thinner.
Keep the disc in a disc case when not in use.
If the disc emits large noise in the optical disk drive, remove the disc and insert it back again.
Do not use a cellular phone or pager around this product.
■ Turn off the cellular phone or pager. Radio interference may cause malfunctions this product.
Installing or Uninstalling an Internal Optional Device
1. Notes before carrying out the work
(1) To avoid electric hazard and malfunction, be sure to turn off the Power switch of this product and unplug the power
cord from an outlet before carrying out the work. However, there is no need to do this if the internal optional
device is hot-swappable.
(2) This internal optional device consists of static-sensitive electronic components. To avoid failures caused by static
electricity when installing or uninstalling the internal optional device, wear an anti-static wrist strap on your wrist
and provide earthing before carrying out the work. And also connect a wrist strap to earth ground when you wear
a wrist strap.
(3) Handling of cables
When connecting a cable (e.g., LAN cable), static electricity may also be charged due to friction against the floor.
Connecting a charged cable with an I/O device may cause damage to the devices. It is recommended to discharge
static electricity before connecting a cable by using neutralization apparatus and so on.