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Manual del usuario Philips - PCA82CR, PCA102CD

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User’s Manual

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    PHILIPS CD-ROM Drive User’s Manual P C A 8 2 C R PCA102CD
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    Table of Contents Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION .......................... 1 1.1 Features ................................... 1 1.2 Package Contents ........................... 2 1.3 System Requirements ........................ 2 Chapter 2 PRECAUTIONS ...........................
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    i Copyrights And Liabilities Copyright  1996 by Philips Electronics N.V. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form by any means for any purpose without the prior written permission of Philips Electronics
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    ii and product names are trademarks and registered trademarks of their respective owners. Printed in Taiwan
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    iii FCC Notice (USA) This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
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    iv Notice 3: This product complies with the requirements set out in the Council Directive on the Approximation of the Laws of the Member States relating Electromagnetic Compatibility (89/336/EEC). For the evaluation regarding the electromagnetic compatibility,
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    v Klass 1 laser apparat (EN 60825: 1991) Additional remarks: VAROITUS - Laitteen käyttäminen muulla kuin tässä käyttöohjeessa mainitulla tavalla saattaa altistaa käyttäjän turyallisuusluokan 1 ylittävälle näkymättömälle lasersäteilylle. Varning - Om apparaten
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    vi Important Safety Notice 1. Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the product. 2. Danger: Invisible laser radiation when open. Avoid direct exposure to beam. 3. Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners
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    vii 2. GEVAAR: Bij het demonteren van dit produkt kunt u worden blootgesteld aan onzichtbare laserstraling. Vermijd directe blootstelling aan laserstraling. 3. Trek de stekker van de PC uit het stopcontact voordat u dit produkt schoonmaakt. Gebruik geen
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    vii i 2. Danger : Cet appareil émet des radiations laser invisibles lorsqu'il est ouvert. Veillez à éviter toute exposition directe aux rayons laser. 3. Débranchez votre ordinateur avant de procéder au nettoyage de l'appareil. N'utilisez pas de produit liquide
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    ix 1. Befolgen Sie alle auf dem Produkt vorhandenen Warnungen und Anweisungen. 2. Gefahr: Im geöffneten Zustand kann unsichtbare Laserstrahlung entweichen. Vermeiden Sie den direkten Kontakt mit Laserstrahlen. 3. Ziehen Sie den Netzstecker Ihres PC aus der
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    x Precauzioni Importanti 1. Seguire tutte le istruzioni e precauzioni indicate sul prodotto. 2. Pericolo! Quando l’unità è aperta, c’è una radiazione laser invisibile. Evitare l’esposizione ai raggi laser. 3. Disinserire la spina del PC dalla presa di corrente
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    xi Importante Advertencia deSeguridad 1. Tenga en cuenta todas las advertencias e instrucciones marcadas en el producto. 2. Peligro: Radiación láser invisible al estar abierto. Evite quedar expuesto directamente a rayos láser. 3. Desenchufe su PC de la toma
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    1 1 Congratulations! You have just made a very important upgrade for your PC. By installing the PHILIPS 8X or 10X CD-ROM drive into your IBM PC/compatible, you can now take advantage of the vast host of multimedia software available today at a higher performance
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    PHILIPS CD-ROM DRIVE USER’S MANUAL 1 2  Front-panel Stop/Eject, audio Play/Skip track control  Compatibility with Windows 3.1, Windows 95 and OS/2 Note: The use of the IDE/ATAPI interface means that youcan use your PC’s existing IDE interface to setup
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    1 3 Please read this manual thoroughly before installing or using your new CD-ROM drive.
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    2 3 2.1 During Installation ALWAYS  install and use the drive in a horizontal position PROTECT THE DRIVE FROM:  high temperature, high humidity, extreme temperature changes  dusty area  excessive vibration  direct sunlight  inclined places 2.2 During
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    PHILIPS CD-ROM DRIVE USER’S MANUAL 2 4  repeatedly open and close the disc tray for no obvious reasons  insert any foreign objects into the disc tray  press hard on the disc tray when it is opened  expose your PC to random electrical noise 2.3 During
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    1 5 2.5 Servicing the Drive ALWAYS  ask an authorized service technician to perform any service operations NEVER  attempt to open or remove the drive casing by yourself
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    3 5 This chapter contains detailed instructions to guide you through the installation of your new CD-ROM drive. To install the drive, your PC must have at least one free IDE interface connector. If not, you need to go to a computer retailer and buy an IDE
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    PHILIPS CD-ROM DRIVE USER’S MANUAL 3 6 Figure 3-1 Inserting the CD-ROM Drive 4. Search inside your PC for a free power cable connector and plug it into the 4-pin   connector on the back of your CD-ROM drive. 5. Find an IDE cable that has a free connector
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    INSTALLING YOUR DRIVE 3 7 D G DIGITAL AUDIO R G G L AUDIO CABLE SELECT SLAVE MASTER 3940 1 2 IDE INTERFACE DC INPUT 5V G G 12V RED RED C S MS L A Figure 3-2 Back Panel Connections Note: If you have a sound card, you can connecteither the sound card’s IDE
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    PHILIPS CD-ROM DRIVE USER’S MANUAL 3 8 that has two 2-pin Molex or equivalent connectors.
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    INSTALLING YOUR DRIVE 3 9 8. Secure the drive with the supplied four screws. 9. Replace your PC's casing and reconnect the power supply. This completes the hardware installation. Wait a minute. You haven’t told mewhat the leftmost thing in the pictureis
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    PHILIPS CD-ROM DRIVE USER’S MANUAL 3 10 3.2 Letting Your System Recognize the Drive For your system to recognize the new CD-ROM drive, you need an appropriate driver to act as the system’s “eye opener.” Because your new CD-ROM is a plug-and-play device,
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    INSTALLING YOUR DRIVE 3 11 Figure 3-3 The “CD-ROM Device Driver Setup” Menu 4. Press    to accept the default settings for an express setup, or press “  ” to start a custom setup. Note: Custom Setup are only for users who wantto change the default
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    PHILIPS CD-ROM DRIVE USER’S MANUAL 3 12  If the system halts, make sure that your CD- ROM drive has been correctly set as a master device or a slave device. See Appendix A for instructions. If you still have trouble with your CD-ROM drive, contact the retail
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    INSTALLING YOUR DRIVE 3 13 3.2.2 If You Are a Windows 95 User Perform the following steps: 1. Install Windows 95, if it is not already installed. 2. Boot your computer. Windows 95 automatically starts. 3. Double click the $ %  icon on the desktop
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    PHILIPS CD-ROM DRIVE USER’S MANUAL 3 14 Figure 3-5 The “Control Panel” Folder Contents 5. Double click the $)% icon. The $)% ) folder appears:
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    INSTALLING YOUR DRIVE 3 15 Figure 3-6 The “System Properties” Folder 6. Click the  ''* tab and check whether the CD-ROM drive is listed. If the CD-ROM icon is listed in both Step 3 and this step, you can stop here. Windows 95 has successfully recognized
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    PHILIPS CD-ROM DRIVE USER’S MANUAL 3 16 Why couldn’t I set up Windows 95 withits CD disc? Is my CD-ROM defective? No. Your CD-ROM probably had nothingto do with that problem. If you were making an upgrade fromWindows 3.1 to Windows 95, you mighthave forgotten
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    INSTALLING YOUR DRIVE 3 17 3.2.3 If You Are an OS/2 Warp User Perform the following steps: 1. Install OS/2 Warp, if it is not already installed. Otherwise, skip to Step 3. When the installation comes close to the end, the following dialog box pops up: Figure
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    PHILIPS CD-ROM DRIVE USER’S MANUAL 3 18 4. Double click the -. $)% icon on the desktop to display the following window: Figure 3-8 The “OS/2 System - Icon View” Window 5. Double click the ) icon and check whether the CD-ROM icon (   ) appears
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    INSTALLING YOUR DRIVE 3 19 Figure 3-10 The “Command Prompts - Icon View” Window 8. Double click the -. 10 icon. An OS/2 window appears: Figure 3-11 “OS/2 Window” 9. At the command prompt, type:   10. At the end of the opened CONFIG.SYS file,
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    PHILIPS CD-ROM DRIVE USER’S MANUAL 3 20 Why couldn’t I set up OS/2 Warp with itsCD disc? Is my CD-ROM defective? No. Your CD-ROM probably had nothing todo with that problem. Instead, the standard IDE CD-ROM drivercontained in Diskette 1 of the OS/2 Warpinstallation
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    4 17 4.1 Drive Applications There are two main ways in which you will use your new CD-ROM drive. The first way is as a typical disk drive (albeit read-only). Here, data such as program files, databases, sound clips, video images, etc. is read from the CD
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    PHILIPS CD-ROM DRIVE USER’S MANUAL 4 18 Headphone jack For optional connection to headphones or self-amplified speakers. LED indicator Lights up when disc is first put into the tray or ready for access; flashes during seek operation Headphone volume control
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    19 A 19 Before sliding your CD-ROM drive into the 5.25” drive bay, you have to decide whether the drive is going to be a master or slave device by adjusting the  and  jumpers on its back. This appendix presents some basic concepts of IDE connections
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    A MASTER OR A SLAVE DEVICE 21 A 21 IDE controllers may contain more than one port and hence contain more than one IDE cable. Such a controller is called an enhanced IDE controller. Its ports are called the primary port, secondary port, tertiary port, etc.
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    PHILIPS CD-ROM DRIVE USER’S MANUAL 22 A 22 device, their assignments may look similar to the following:
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    A MASTER OR A SLAVE DEVICE 21 A 23 Device 1 Primary master (boot drive) Device 2 Primary slave Device 3 Secondary master Device 4 Secondary slave Device 5 Tertiary master Device 6 Tertiary slave . . . . . . Note that the primary master, if configured, must
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    PHILIPS CD-ROM DRIVE USER’S MANUAL 22 A 24 A.2 Setting Master and Slave Jumpers Whether your PC system regards your CD-ROM drive as a master device or a slave device depends on which of the “  ” (master) and “  ” (slave) jumpers on the back of the drive
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    B 23 Interface Drive interface type: ATAPI IDE (conforms to SFF8020 V1.2) Disc formats: Audio-CD, CD-ROM (mode 1 and mode 2) CD-ROM/XA (mode 2, form 1 and form 2) Video-CD, CD-i/FMV (CD-i movies) CD Plus Photo-CD (single and multisession) Disc size: 80 and
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    PHILIPS CD-ROM DRIVE USER’S MANUAL B 24 DC 5V +/- 5%: 500 mA typical DC 12V +/- 5%: 350 mA typical (8X), 900 mA typical (10X)
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    25 Reliability MTBF: 100,000 POH (25% duty cycle at room temperature) Error rate: 10 -15 after error correction 10 -12 hard read error Environmental Tolerance Operating Non-operating Temperature: +5  C ~ +40  C -20  C ~ +55  C +41  F ~ +104  F -4