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– Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is WARNING connected. – Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV To prevent fire or shock hazard, technician for help. do not expose the unit to rain or The shielded interface cable recommended in this manual must be used with this equipment in order to moisture. comply with the limits for a digital device pursuant to Dangerously high voltages are subpart B of Part 15 of FCC. present inside the uni
® ® • The software provided with this drive cannot be In this manual, Microsoft Windows XP Home used with other drives. ® ® Edition, Microsoft Windows XP Professional, • Please note that, due to continued efforts to improve ® ® and Microsoft Windows XP Media Center quality, the software specifications may be changed Edition are referred to as Windows XP. without notice. • Making copies of and using CD-ROMs, DVD-ROMs, DVD video discs, or music CDs may violate copyright laws or the terms of the En
Specifications ....................................... 41 Troubleshooting .................................... 43 Table of Contents Overview ................................................ 5 Compatible computers..................... 6 Compatible discs ............................. 7 Supplied Accessories ............................ 10 Locating the Controls and Connectors . 11 Connecting the Drive ............................ 12 Connecting the drive to your notebook with the supplied peripheral
Overview This product is a DVD±RW drive compatible with the i.LINK (IEEE 1394) interface. The drive has the following features: • Supports 2.4× writing speed for DVD+R discs (3240 KB/s). • Supports 2.4× writing speed for DVD+RW discs (3240 KB/s). • Supports 4× writing speed for DVD-R discs (5400 KB/s). • Supports 2× writing speed for DVD-RW discs (2700 KB/s). • Supports 16× writing speed for CD-R discs (2400 KB/s). • Supports 8× writing speed for CD-RW discs (1200 KB/s). • Reads DVD+R, DVD+RW, D
Compatible computers * ® You can use the drive with Sony VAIO computers with the Microsoft ® Windows XP operating system preinstalled. (As of May, 2004) * Except those with a built-in DVD-RW or DVD±RW drive. Notes • This drive cannot be used with computers other than Sony VAIO computers. ® ® ® • This drive does not support Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition, Microsoft ® ® ® Windows 2000 Professional, Microsoft Windows 98 Second Edition, or earlier ® versions of the Windows operating system. •
Compatible discs • DVD+R Write-once discs for storing computer programs and data, video data, and audio data. Note that DVD+R and DVD-R are different types of discs. DVD+R discs can store up to 4.7 GB of data, roughly 7 times that of a CD-R. • DVD+RW Discs for storing computer programs and data, video data, and audio data. These discs can be erased and rewritten many times. Note that DVD+RW and DVD-RW are different types of discs. DVD+RW discs can store up to 4.7 GB of data, roughly 7 times that
With this drive, you can use the discs with any of the following icons. Disc type Icon *1 *3 *4 DVD+R *1 *3 DVD+RW *1 *2 *3 DVD-R *1 *2 *3 DVD-RW DVD-ROM DVD-Video CD-R *5 CD-RW CD-ROM Audio CD CD EXTRA CD TEXT Photo CD ———— GB 8
*1 Playback may not be possible, depending on the disc, settings and system used. *2 When using DVD-R discs, use DVD-R for General Ver. 2.0 or later. DVD-R for Authoring cannot be used. When using DVD-RW discs, use DVD-RW Ver. 1.1 or DVD-RW Ver. 1.1/ 2×-SPEED DVD-RW Revision 1.0. DVD-RW Ver. 1.2/4X-SPEED DVD-RW Revision 2.0 cannot be used. *3 Recording in DVD video format is possible. The Video Recording (VR) format is not supported. *4 Recording to and reading from a DVD+R DL (Double Layer) dis
Supplied Accessories After unpacking the unit, make sure that the accessories listed below are present. If anything is missing, contact the Sony dealer where you purchased this product or a Sony service representative in your area. • DVD±RW drive (1) • Software CD-ROM (1) • Peripheral cable(1) • i.LINK cable (1) • AC adapter (1) • Manual eject pin (1) (stored at bottom of drive) • AC power cord (1) • Operating Instructions (this document) (1) • Warranty Card (1) GB 10
Locating the Controls and Connectors Front 1 POWER indicator 2 Eject button 3 BUSY indicator 4 Manual eject hole Rear 5 DC IN connector 6 Peripheral cable screw hole 7 Peripheral device DC IN connector 8 i.LINK connector 9 i.LINK connector Bottom 0 Manual eject pin (see page 27) GB 11
Connecting the Drive The procedure for connecting this drive varies depending on the computer you are using. • If the notebook is equipped with a peripheral device DC OUT connector (see page 14) If the notebook is equipped with a peripheral device DC OUT connector, use the supplied peripheral cable to connect the drive to the notebook. If this method is used, power for the drive is supplied by the notebook, allowing you to use the drive in locations without a power outlet. If you use a Digital V
Notes • If your computer is not equipped with a peripheral device DC OUT connector, use the supplied i.LINK cable to connect the drive to the computer. For details about this connection, see page 16. • Whenever an i.LINK device is connected, disconnected, or powered on or off, the computer performs processing that is referred to as a “bus reset”. If this happens while data is being read or written, data could be erased or corrupted. Before connecting or disconnecting this drive, be sure to close
Connecting the drive to your notebook with the supplied peripheral cable If your notebook has a peripheral device DC OUT connector, use the supplied peripheral cable to connect the drive to the notebook. If your notebook is not equipped with a peripheral device DC OUT connector, use the supplied i.LINK cable to connect the drive to the notebook (see page 16). If you use a Digital Video Camera Recorder, you can connect it to the drive using the supplied i.LINK cable (see page 19). Note When conne
1 Turn on the notebook. 2 Insert the L-shaped plug of the supplied peripheral cable into the matching connector on the rear of the drive, and secure the plug with the screw. Turn the screw until it fits snugly. 3 Insert the straight plug of the supplied peripheral cable into the i.LINK connector on the notebook and into the peripheral device DC OUT connector. The green POWER indicator of the drive lights up, and the drive is detected and identified by the notebook. i.LINK connector Peripheral de
4 Click “Start”, and then click “My Computer” to verify that (E: or other drive name) has been added in the “My Computer” window. Connecting the drive to your computer with the supplied i.LINK cable If your computer is not equipped with a peripheral device DC OUT connector use the supplied i.LINK cable to connect the drive to the computer. If you use a Digital Video Camera Recorder, you can connect it to the drive using a separately sold i.LINK cable (see page 21). Note When connecting this dri
1 Turn on the computer. 2 Connect the AC power cord to the supplied AC adapter, plug the AC power cord into an AC outlet, and then plug the cable of the adapter into the DC IN connector on the drive. The green POWER indicator of the drive lights up. 3 Connect the supplied i.LINK cable to the i.LINK connector on the rear of the drive. i.LINK connector i.LINK cable 4 Connect the other end of the supplied i.LINK cable to the i.LINK connector on the computer. The drive is detected and identified by
5 Click “Start”, and then click “My Computer” to verify that (E: or other drive name) has been added in the “My Computer” window. Connecting a Digital Video Camera Recorder TM Using the Click to DVD software provided, you can connect a Digital Video Camera Recorder to the drive and use video from the Digital Video Camera Recorder to create DVD videos. The procedure for connecting a Digital Video Camera Recorder to the drive is different than that for connecting a Digital Video Camera Recorder t
■ When connecting the drive to your notebook with the supplied peripheral cable To use the supplied Click to DVD software with the drive connected to your notebook using the supplied peripheral cable, connect your Digital Video Camera Recorder to the drive’s i.LINK connector using the supplied i.LINK cable, as shown below. Notes • Connect the drive to your notebook before connecting the Digital Video Camera Recorder (see page 14). • When connecting a Digital Video Camera Recorder to the drive, c
1 Turn on the Digital Video Camera Recorder, and set it to video playback mode. For details of Digital Video Camera Recorder operations, refer to your Digital Video Camera Recorder manual. 2 Connect the supplied i.LINK cable to the DV input/output terminal on the Digital Video Camera Recorder. DV input/output terminal i.LINK cable 3 Connect the other end of the i.LINK cable to the i.LINK connector on the back of the drive. i.LINK connector i.LINK cable Notebook Peripheral cable Digital Video Cam
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