Caddy drives have a flap over the drive slot. When the drive
is empty the legend "CD caddy" is visible on the flap, when a
CD caddy is loaded the legend "CADDY LOADED" is visible.
If your CD-ROM drive looks like the illustration above, follow
the instructions below.
Inserting a compact disc
Caddy CD-ROM drives use a special removable disc caddy to
hold a CD within the drive mechanism. The caddy has a metal
shutter that guards the disc's surface; the drive automatically
moves the shutter aside to read the disc. One disc caddy is
provided free with the drive; more can be obtained from your
supplier. Use only approved disc caddies.
Do not confuse a CD's storage case with a proper disc
caddy; if you attempt to insert a disc storage case you
will damage the drive.
Ensure that the computer is turned on and that the
drive is empty (the legend "CD Caddy" should appear
on the flap covering the drive slot).
If there is a protective film on the centre of the caddy
lid, remove it before using the caddy.
To open the caddy, press the tabs on both edges at
the end opposite the shutter.
Operating your computer
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