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Quick Install Guide

NOTE: This SCSI Quick Install Guide is for experienced users only! For less experienced users, please refer to the Hardware Installation sections of your Installation & User's Guide.

52X TrueX SCSI CD-ROM Quick Install Guide

52X TrueX SCSI CD-ROM User's Guide



STEP 1: TURN THE POWER OFF.
Locate the SCSI ID settings and termination.

The 52X TrueX™ SCSI CD-ROM drive ships with the SCSI ID set to 6, Parity ON, block size set to 2048 Bytes* and Termination ON. Unless you are adding additional devices to the SCSI chain, you won't need to change these settings. To change the SCSI ID, pull on the two left side jumpers, and use the chart (see Figure 1-2) to reconfigure the ID. To turn the termination off (multiple devices), remove the jumper on Pin 5. In a multiple device configuration, DO NOT remove the jumper on Pin 5 when the 52X TrueX™ SCSI CD-ROM drive is the last device on your SCSI daisy chain.

scsi drive back

scsi settings
scsi jumpers


STEP 2: INSTALL YOUR KENWOOD TRUEX CD-ROM DRIVE INTO AN AVAILABLE 5.25" HALF-HEIGHT DRIVE BAY.

Connect the SCSI ribbon cable from the SCSI interface card to the back of the 52X TrueX™ SCSI CD-ROM drive.

Connect the existing audio cable to the audio connector pins, and the power cable to the power connector.

After the hardware installation and your system restart, Windows® 95 should automatically find and install the appropriate drivers. The 52X TrueX™ SCSI CD-ROM drive is Plug and Play, which means that in a Plug and Play system, it will be recognized immediately by Windows® 95. If your system supports Plug and Play, after double-clicking on the 'My Computer' icon on the Windows desktop, you should see a CD-ROM drive icon. If Windows 95 does not have the necessary files, you will need to use the software provided by the SCSI Interface card manufacturer.




INSTALLATION COMPLETED!

Congratulations -- your Kenwood drive should be successfully installed. If there are problems accessing the drive, refer to the Troubleshooting section in your Installation & User's Guide as well as check our "CD-ROM Troubleshooting" section.

If you are still having problems, please call our technical support center at support@kenwoodtech.com or call 1-888-730-4206.




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