Hitachi GD-7000 8X Manual
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Hitachi GD-7000 8X DVD-ROM Users Guide (English)
Information in this document is subject to change without notice. 2001 Hitachi America, Ltd. All rights reserved. Last revised: 09 October 2001 Trademarks used in this text: Hitachi America, Ltd. is a registered trademark of Hitachi America, Ltd. Other trademarks and trade names may be used in this document to refer to either the entities claiming the marks and names or their products. Hitachi America, Ltd. disclaims any proprietary interest in trademarks and trade names other than its own.
Introduction: Hitachi GD-7000 8X DVD-ROM Users Guide
Manufacturer Model Number Drive speed DVD-RAM DVD-ROM
Single Layer Dual Layer 8X max. (3.3 8x Full CAV) 8X max. (3.3 8x Full CAV)
Hitachi GD-7000 DVD-ROM
DVD-R CD-ROM CD-R CD-RW CD-I/VIDEO CD CD-DA (DAE) CD-DA (Audio out) Bus interface (E-IDE ATAPI)
2.5X max. (1 2.5X Full CAV) 40X max. (17 40X Full CAV) 40X max. (17 40X Full CAV) 24X max. (10 24X Full CAV) 10X max. (4.3 10X Full CAV) 20X max. (8.6 20X Full CAV) 10X max. (4.3 10X Full CAV)
Types of disc formats supported (read only) DVD: DVD-ROM (Single layered and Dual layered disc) DVD-R 3.95GB & 4.7GB DVD-RAM 2.6GB & 4.7GB CD: CD-ROM Mode-1 and Mode 2 data disc CD-ROM XA CD-I CD Audio disc Mixed mode CD-ROM disc (data and audio) Photo-CD Multisession CD-Extra CD-RW CD-R CD TEXT Disc-loading mechanism (Tray type auto loading) 3-way disc ejection (eject button, software, emergency eject hole)
Key DVD-RAM features -High speed access: 210 ms typical (1/3 stroke) -Read compatible for both 4.7Gbytes/side and 2.6Gbytes/side DVD-RAM disc (Bare media only) -4.7Gbytes/side DVD-RAM 2X speed ZCLV: 2.770 Mbytes/s typ. -2.6Gbytes/side DVD-RAM 2X speed ZCLV: 2.770 Mbytes/s typ. Key DVD-ROM features -High speed access: -Single layered disc: -Dual Layered disc: -DVD-R (3.95 GB): -DVD-R (4.7 GB): Random access time 120 ms typical (DVD Single layered disc) 3.3 to 8X max. Full CAV, data transfer: 10.8 Mbytes/s max. 3.3 to 8X max. Full CAV, data transfer: 10.8 Mbytes/s max. 1 to 2.5X max. Full CAV, data transfer: 3.46 Mbytes/s max. 1 to 2.5X max. Full CAV, data transfer: 3.46 Mbytes/s max.
-Read compatible for both 4.7Gbytes/side and 3.95Gbytes/side DVD-R disc. Key CD-ROM features -High speed access: Random access time 90 ms typical -17 to 40X max. Full CAV, data transfer : 6.0 Mbytes/s max. -CD-R and CD-RW disc read compatible -Photo-CD Multi-session compatible -Addressing Method 2 for fixed length Packet supported (CD-R ORANGE BOOK Part 2) -CD Extra compatible -CD TEXT compatible -CD-DA (Digital Audio) data output through the IDE bus -Embedded error correction EDC & ECC for Mode 1 & Mode 2 Form 1 -MPC 3 compatible DVD Configuration This DVD-ROM drive should be used only in its current hardware and software configuration.
1. Disc Tray The disc tray holds the media. The power must be turned on before opening/closing the disc tray. Insert the disc into the disc tray. 2. Manual Emergency Eject Hole The emergency eject procedure should only be used to retrieve a disc if the drive fails to eject. 3. OPEN/CLOSE button Press this button to open/close the disc tray. 4. Headphone Jack The headphone jack is an optional feature in the GD-7000 model DVDROM. If this applies to your drive, this is for connecting headphones to the DVD-ROM drive. 5. Headphone Volume Control Use this to adjust the volume of your headphone. 6. Power/Loading/Unloading/Busy Indicator Indicator blinks green when the disc tray is being opened or closed, or when the drive is accessing data. During disc unloading, indicator will blink green for a few seconds. During spin down, indicator will be solid green for a few seconds. During disc loading, indicator will be blink green for a few seconds. During spin up, indicator will be solid green for a few seconds.
Using the DVD-ROM Drive: Hitachi GD-7000 8X DVDROM Users Guide
Operating the Drive Drive operation 1. Turn on your system, including the DVD-ROM drive. 2. To open the DVD-ROM disc tray, press the OPEN / CLOSE button. 3. Place the disc in the center of the disc tray with the label side facing up. 4. To close the disc tray, press the OPEN / CLOSE button on the DVD-ROM drive or push lightly on the center of the disc tray. The disc tray will automatically close. Usage guidelines Keep the disc tray closed when not using the DVD-ROM drive. Do not press down on the disc tray when opening or closing it. Do not place objects on the disc tray. Never use a damaged, broken, or deformed disc. Do not press the Open/Close button while the drive is playing a DVD movie. To stop a DVD movie, click the Stop button in the DVD player application program. This drive is designed to respond to the region code that is recorded on a DVD disc. If the region number described on the DVD disc does not match the drive region, playback will not be possible. Refer to your software manual for help. If you are using the drive as a data only device, you will not be able to play DVD Video (movies). Copy Protection and Regional Coding The Motion Picture Industry requires that DVD Drives conform to the Contents Scramble System (CSS) to prevent copying DVD movies from DVD discs. To obtain a CSS license, the drive must conform to two copy protection elements known as Copy Protection and Regional Coding.
Copy Protection and Content Scramble System The DVD drive contains the Content Scramble System (CSS) which controls the Copy Protection. The DVD drives CSS system undergoes an authentication process using the DVD disc. DVD Disc producers (normally movie DVD Discs) incorporate specialized software on the DVD disc from which the DVD drive can authenticate. Once the authentication process concludes, the drive can play the movie disc, but will not allow the drive to provide digital data for the purpose of replicating the DVD disc content. Regional Playback Control The motion picture industry divides the world into six regional "zones". These regions or "zones" correlate to the regional markets into which the motion picture industry releases movies. Each regional zone is numbered "One" through "Six", called the Region. Region One North America Region Two Western Europe, Japan & Middle East Region Three Southeast Asia Region Four Mexico, Central & South America, Australia Region Five Africa, Russia, Eastern Europe Region Six China DVD movie discs are released for each region and are controlled by each region. The RPC code prevents the new release of movies into other motion picture market regions prior to their true release dates within those markets. All DVD movie discs are coded for one or more regions. RPC Codes are placed on Movie Discs that correlate to the region they are intended for sale. A DVD Drive must likewise be set to a region. For example, a PC user located in Canada, would have their DVD Drive set to Region One, or a PC user located in France would have their drive set to Region Two. A DVD disc can only play on a DVD drive coded for its region. The Canadian PC user could only play Region One coded Movie DVD discs and a French PC user could only play Region Two coded movie discs. The Regional Playback Control system does not allow users to play DVD discs that are not set for their drive. If a user attempts to play a DVD movie disc for a region the DVD drive is not set, the user will receive an error message explaining the DVD title is of another region and cannot be played. DO NOT RESET THE REGION. Setting and Changing the Region Setting of the DVD Drive To play a DVD movie, the drive must first be set to a Region. Several methods are available to set the region, which are transparent to the user. The Manufacturer may set the region at the factory If no region is set at the factory, most software will set the drive to the region coded on the first movie DVD disc that is played. If the first disc is a multi-region coded disc, the drive will be set to the region determined by such factors as time zone, or language etc. set into the operating system. Once a drive is set to a region, the region can be reset, but for unusual circumstances only, such as when a user relocates to another region. A REGION CAN ONLY BE RESET FOUR times. Refer to your movie player software manual for specifics about changing the region. In general, to reset the Region, use a DVD movie disc set to the new
region. A notification box will respond, explaining the disc belongs to another region and cannot be played. The notification explains the region setting can be reset. Follow the instructions to reset the Drive. NOTE: High-speed drives spin the disc at a high rotational speed. If a CD has printing on only half of the disc, or if there is a slight imbalance in the CD, the imbalance is greatly magnified by the high speed, causing the drive to vibrate or produce a fan-like noise. These effects are inherent in the high-speed technology and do not indicate a problem with the drive. Emergency Ejection (use only in the case of an emergency) If the disc tray does not open when the OPEN / CLOSE button is pressed: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Make sure that the power of the DVD-ROM is turned on. Make sure the lock function has not been activated. Try shutting down your system and turning off all power. Turn power on again and try pressing the OPEN/CLOSE button again. If the disc tray still will not open, the DVD-ROM drives manual emergency mechanism may be activated. 6. Turn off the DVD-ROM drive and wait at least 15 seconds until the disc stops rotating. 7. Insert a straightened paper clip into the manual emergency eject hole about 25mm (1 inch) to eject the tray. 8. Pull the disc tray open gently. NOTE: If it is necessary to use the emergency eject procedure to open the drive, the tray should be closed by turning on the power and pressing the OPEN / CLOSE button. Transporting the drive before it has been properly closed may cause damage to the mechanism. Handling media DVD media is more sensitive to dust and fingerprints than CD media. Carefully handle media by its edges only. If a DVD movie skips or hangs during playback, clean the media. Most DVD video playback issues are media-related and can be solved by proper handling and care of media. Cleaning Media A commercially available Laser Lens Cleaning may be used to clean the pick-up lens of the DVD-ROM drive. Use the Compact Disc Laser Lens Cleaner LLC-1 (by AUDIO SOURCE in U.S.A., by Akustik Sisteme Vertriebs GMBH in Germany and by SAEC COMMERCE CO., LTD. in Japan. 1. Turn on the DVD-ROM drive. 2. Press the OPEN/CLOSE button to open the tray. 3. Using the small brush supplied with the cleaning disc case, straighten up the disc cleaning brushes on the back of the cleaning disc. 4. Place the cleaning disc in the disc tray with its arrow marked on the discs at front. 5. Press the OPEN/CLOSE button or push the center of the disc tray lightly and close the disc tray. 6. After about 20 seconds, the pick-up lens is cleaned by the cleaning disc. 7. Press the OPEN/CLOSE button and remove the cleaning disc. 8. Set the cleaning disc in its case with the disc cleaning brushes in the pad hole. 9. Restart the system.
Troubleshooting: Hitachi GD-7000 8X DVD-ROM Users Guide
Cannot play a DVD or CD in the drive or certain types of discs cannot be read in the drive. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5)
The disc is placed upside down in the disc tray. The disc is dirty. The pick-up lens is dirty. The disc is scratched or warped. The disc has a region code that cannot be played on the drive. Power is not turned on. The lock function has been activated. The tray is stuck. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5)
Place the disc right side up. Clean the disc surface. Clean the pick-up lens. Change the disc. Refer to your software manual for help
Disc Tray cannot be opened
1) 2) 3)
Specifications: Hitachi GD-7000 8X DVD-ROM Users Guide recognized by Drive is not 1) The cables are not 1) Turn off your system and resystem. properly connected. install the device driver.
Turn the power on and try again. De-activate the lock function. Turn off the DVD-ROM drive. Insert a straightened paperclip into the manual emergency eject hole. Pull the disc tray open
General Hitachi GD-7000 Interface Enhanced IDE (ATAPI Per SFF-8090 and SFF-8020i Rev.2.6) Compatible CD-ROM standards (read only) CD-ROM Mode-1 and Mode 2 data disc CD-ROM XA CD-I CD Audio (CD-DA) Photo-CD Multi-session Mixed Mode CD-ROM disc (data and audio) CD-Extra CD-RW CD-R CD-TEXT Compatible DVD-ROM standards (read only) DVD-ROM (Single layered and Dual layered disc) DVD-R 3.95GB & 4.7GB DVD-RAM 2.6GB & 4.7GB
Storage capacities: (1 Mbytes = 106 bytes, 1 Gbytes = 109 bytes) DVD-ROM: DVD-5 : 4.7 GB (single-sided, single layer) DVD-9 : 8.5 GB (single-sided, dual layer) DVD-10: 9.4 GB (double-sided, single layer) DVD-18: 17 GB (double-sided, double layer) DVD-R: 3.95 GB (single-sided) 4.7 GB (single-sided) DVD-RAM: 2.6 GB (single-sided) 4.7 GB (single-sided) 1.4 GB (single-sided, 80mm) 5.2 GB (double-sided) 9.4 GB (double-sided) 2.8 GB (double-sided, 80mm) CD-ROM: 650 MB (Mode 1) 742 MB (Mode 2) Performance Rotational speed Approx. 4,710 rpm (DVD-ROM single layer) Approx. 5,180 rpm (DVD-ROM dual layer) Approx. 1,490 rpm (DVD-R 3.95 GB disc) Approx. 1,360 rpm (DVD-R 4.7 GB disc) Approx. 4,770 to 2,030 rpm, inside to outside (DVD-RAM 2.6 GB) Approx. 3,250 to 1,380 rpm, inside to outside (DVD-RAM 4.7 GB) Approx. 9,450 rpm (CD-ROM/CD-R) Approx. 5,670 rpm (CD-RW) Approx. 2,360 rpm (CD-I/VIDEO CD) Approx. 4,720 rpm (CD-DA DAE) Approx. 2,360 rpm (CD-DA Audio out) Data transfer rate Sustained rates (1Mbytes=106 bytes=1,000,000 bytes)
DVD-ROM Single Layered disc Dual Layered disc DVD-R 3.9GB disc 4.7GB disc DVD-RAM 2.6GB disc 4.7GB disc CD-ROM (Mode-1) CD-RW (Mode-1) Burst rate PIO Mode 4 Single word DMA Mode 2 Multi word DMA Mode 2 Ultra DMA 33 DAE Speed 20X max. (8.6 20X CAV) Access time 120 ms (typical) DVD-ROM 90 ms (typical) CD-ROM Average latency 6.4 ms DVD-ROM (8X Full CAV speed) 3.2 ms CD-ROM (40X Full CAV speed) Data error rate Less than 10-12 DVD-ROM Less than 10-12 CD-ROM (Mode 1) Less than 10-9 CD-ROM (Mode 2) Spin-up time From power on 9 s : to drive ready mode DVD-ROM (typical) 9 s : to drive ready mode CD-ROM (typical) From sleep on (stand by) 3 s : to drive ready mode DVD-ROM (typical) 3 s : to drive ready mode CD-ROM (typical) 16.6 Mbytes/s max. 8.3 Mbytes/s max. 16.6 Mbytes/s max. 33.3 Mbytes/s max. 2.77 Mbytes/s typical 2.77 Mbytes/s typical 6.0 Mbytes/s max. 3.6 Mbytes/s max. 3.46 Mbytes/s max. 3.46 Mbytes/s max. 11.0 Mbytes/s max. 11.0 Mbytes/s max.
Memory buffer size 512 kbytes DVD-ROM 512 kbytes CD-ROM Reliability MTBF 125,000 Power On Hours (POH) 3,000 POH per year 480 On/off cycles per year 20% of Power on time (seek: 5% of operating time) Operating duty cycle MTTR 0.5 h Mean time to repair Audio 2 channels (20 to 20,000 Hz) 3 dB frequency response 0.1% (LPF 20 khZ, 1 khZ) max. Distortion Output levels Headphones: 0.65 Vrms typical (Volume maximum, 32 ohms Load) Line Out: 0.7 Vrms (47 kohms Load, Att=0dB) typical Output Terminals Headphones: 3.5mm Jack Line Out: 4-pin Terminal Environmental Ambient Temperature 5 C to 45 C Operating -30 C to 60 C Storage/Transportation Temperature Gradient 10 C/h (max.) Operating 20 C/h (max.) Storage/Transportation Relative Humidity 15% to 85% Operating 10% to 90% Storage/Transportation Dew-point Restrictions 29 C Power Source Voltage
+5V5% +12V10% Current
Ripple<150 mVp-p Ripple<300 mVp-p
5V input No. 3 Operating Mode Active Idle Access Min. Typ. Max. 1100 Min.
12V input Typ. Max. 1100 Unit. mA mA mA
Note: Measuring condition 1) Power supply voltage: 5V input = 5 2%, 12V input = 12 2% 2) Operating mode is as follows; Active : Capable of responding commands in maximum speed. (Describe with effective current) Idle : Capable of responding commands in lower speed than active Access : Full stroke access
Sleep 0.55 W Typical 0.75 W Maximum Physical Height 41.3mm (1-5/8 inch) Width 146mm (5-3/4 inch) Depth 180mm (7-1/11 inch) Mass 980gr (2.16 lbs) Connectors IDE Interface connector (with DC input connector) Audio-output connector Lasers CD laser Red laser 780 nm wave length DVD laser Red laser 650 nm wave length
Drive Connectors: Hitachi GD-7000 8X DVD-ROM Users Guide
Jumpers: Hitachi GD-7000 8X DVD-ROM Users Guide
Master (Factory setting)
The drive is set to Master when the jumpers are positioned on the two pins closest to the IDE cable.
The drive is set to slave when the jumpers are positioned on the middle two pins. This allows the drive to be on the same cable as the hard drive. This may cause a negative effect on the speed of your hard drive.
Please contact the manufacturer of your computer for information on this setting.
The drive is set to slave when no jumper is installed. This allows the drive to be on the same cable as the hard drive. This may cause a negative effect on the speed of your hard drive.
Regulatory: Hitachi GD-7000 8X DVD-ROM Users Guide
UL1950 C-UL (CSA C22.2 No. 950-95) TUV (EN60950/EN60825) CB (IEC950/IEC825) Class 1 laser product comply with DHHS rules 21CFR Subchapter J FCC Rule Part 15 Class B CE Marking (89/336/EEC,92/31/EEC,93/68/EEC) C-Tick Mark SEMKO This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy, and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: 1. Re-orientate or relocate the receiving antenna. 2. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. 3. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. 4. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the users authority to operate the equipment.
FRU (Field Replaceable Unit) List
This chapter gives you the FRU (Field Replaceable Unit) listing in global configurations of Aspire 6600. Refer to this chapter whenever ordering for parts to repair or for RMA (Return Merchandise Authorization). IMPORTANT: Please note WHEN ORDERING FRU PARTS, that you should check the most up-to-date information available on your regional web or channel. For whatever reasons a part number change is made, it will not be noted in the printed Service Guide. For ACER-AUTHORIZED SERVICE PROVIDERS, your Acer office may have a DIFFERENT part number code to those given in the FRU list of this printed Service Guide. You MUST use the local FRU list provided by your regional Acer office to order FRU parts for repair and service of customer machines. NOTE: To scrap or to return the defective parts, you should follow the local government ordinance or regulations on how best to dispose it, or follow the rules set by your regional Acer office on how to return it. NOTE: The number indicates the location shown on exploded diagram or NS indicates Not shown on it.
Aspire 6600 Exploded Diagram
CPU CELERON 533MHZ 128K 66M INTEL CPU CELERON 566MHZ 128K 66M INTEL CPU CELERON 600MHZ 128K 66M INTEL CPU CELERON 633MHZ 128K FCPGA INTEL CPU CELERON 667MHZ 128K FCPGA INTEL CPU CELERON 700MHZ 128K FCPGA INTEL CPU COPPERMINE 1GHZ 133M 256K FCPGA INTEL CPU COPPERMINE 600MHZ 100M 256K FCPGA INTEL CPU COPPERMINE 600MHZ 133M FCPGA INTEL CPU COPPERMINE 600MHZ 133M 256K FCPGA INTEL CPU COPPERMINE 600MHZ 133M FSB FCPGA INTEL CPU COPPERMINE 650MHZ 100M 256K FCPGA INTEL CPU COPPERMINE 650MHZ 100M FSB FCPGA INTEL CPU COPPERMINE 667MHZ 133M 256K FCPGA INTEL CPU COPPERMINE 667MHZ 133M FSB FCPGA INTEL CPU COPPERMINE 700MHZ 100M 256K FCPGA INTEL CPU COPPERMINE 700MHZ 100M FSB FCPGA INTEL CPU COPPERMINE 733MHZ 133M 256K FCPGA INTEL CPU COPPERMINE 733MHZ 133M FSB FCPGA INTEL CPU COPPERMINE 750MHZ 100M 256K FCPGA INTEL CPU COPPERMINE 750MHZ 100M FSB FCPGA INTEL CPU COPPERMINE 800MHZ 100M 256K FCPGA INTEL CPU COPPERMINE 800MHZ 100M FSB FCPGA INTEL
IC CPU CELER533A/128K/ 66M 0D IC CPU CELER566/128K/ 66M 0D IC CPU CELER600/128K/ 66M 0D IC CPU CELER633/128K OD FCPGA IC CPU CELER667/128K OD FCPGA IC CPU CELER700/128K OD FCPGA IC CPU COPP1GHZ/133 256K FCPGA IC CPU COP600/100/256 FCPGA B0 IC CPU COP600EB/133 C0 FCPGA IC CPU COP600/133/256 FCPGA B0 IC CPU COP600/133FSB C0 FCPG IC CPU COP650/100/256 FCPGA B0 IC CPU COP650/100FSB C0 FCPG IC CPU COP667/133/256 FCPGA B0 IC CPU COP667/133FSB C0 FCPG IC CPU COP700/100256 FCPGA B0 IC CPU COP700/100FSB C0 FCPG IC CPU COP733/133/256 FCPGA B0 IC CPU COP733/133FSB C0 FCPG IC CPU COP750/100/256 FCPGA B0 IC CPU COP750/100FSB C0 FCPG IC CPU COPP800/100/256/ 0D FCPG IC CPU COP800/100FSB C0 FCPG
01.ICLON.53A 01.ICLON.566 01.ICLON.600 01.ICLON.633 01.ICLON.667 01.ICLON.700 01.COPRM.1GB 01.COPRM.60I 01.COPRM.60K 01.COPRM.60H 01.COPRM.60M 01.COPRM.65E 01.COPRM.65G 01.COPRM.66C 01.COPRM.66D 01.COPRM.70G 01.COPRM.70H 01.COPRM.73C 01.COPRM.73D 01.COPRM.75G 01.COPRM.75H 01.COPRM.80B 01.COPRM.80J
HDD 30G 4400RPM DMA66 QUANTUM/ HDD 30G 4400 QTM/ 30.0AT LC30A 30.0AT LC30A HDD 15G ATA100 5400RPM MAXTOR/ ATV31536H2 DE HDD 20G 5400RPM MAXTOR/ ATV32049H3 DE HDD 30G 5400RPM MAXTOR/ ATV33073H4 DE HDD 15G 5400RPM SEAGATE/ ST315311A HDD 20G 5400RPM SEAGATE/ ST320413A HDD 30G 5400RPM SEAGATE/ ST330621A CD-ROM Drive NS CD ROM 48X IDE AOPEN/CD948E CD ROM 52X IDE AOPEN/CD952E CD ROM 48X IDE API/CD-650P-047 CD-ROM 48X IDE LITE-ON/LTN-485S ACER CD ROM 48X AO/ 91.32D37.907 CD ROM 52X AO/ 91.39D37.207 HDD 15G MX5400/ ATV31536H2 DE HDD 20G MX5400/ ATV32049H3 DE HDD 30G MX5400/ ATV33073H4 DE HDD 15G U5 SEG/ ST315311A HDD 20G U5 SEG/ ST320413A HDD 30G U5 SEG/ ST330621A
CD ROM 48X API/650P-047 56.10213.002 CD-ROM 48X LIT/LTN-485S ACER 56.10183.021
Picture CD-RW Drive
CD-RW 8/4/32X SONY/CRX140E-AC
CD-RW 8/4/32 SONY/ CRX140E-AC
56.1938H.011 56.1951F.011 56.1938H.021
CD-RW 8X/4X/32X API/CRW8432IA-157 CD-RW API/8432I-057 CD-RW 8/4/32X LG/CED-8080B AC CD-RW 8/4/32X LG/CED8080B AC
DVD-ROM Drive NS DVD ROM 12X BVIB HITACHI/GD-7500 DVD ROM 8X/40X HITACHI/GD7000ACO DVD ROM 16X/40X PIONEER/DVD115 Cables NS IDE CABLE 40PIN 3C C.A 40P 3C 150+300MM IDE H61 50.92207.031 DVD 12X BVIB HITACHI/ GD-7500 DVD 8X/40X HITACHI/GD7000ACO DVD ROM 16X/40X PIONEER/DVD115 56.2238H.001 56.2238H.011 56.2235G.001
NS NS 1-11 1-10 4
IDE CABLE ATA66 40PIN 3C CDROM AUDIO CABLE 4PIN 2C HDD LED CABLE 4PIN POWER LED CABLE 3PIN FDD CABLE 34PIN 2C
C.A 40P 3C 200+250MM ATA66 H61 W.A 4P 2C AUDIO 520MM H61 W.A 4P/LED(HDD)300MM H61 W.A 3P/ LED(POWER)300MM H61 C.A 34P 2C 450MM FDD H61
50.92207.021 50.37702.041 50.92202.002 50.92204.002 50.92205.021
POWER SWITCH CABLE 2PIN
W.A 2P/PWR SW 300MM H61 W/HOLD
AUDIO CABLE 6/5PIN
W.A 6/5P 385MM S58M AUDIO BD
USB CABLE 10PIN
C.A USB/10P 260MM H61
Picture Main Board
S58M MB SOLANO ICH
Boards NS VGA BOARD 32M ATI VGA BOARD 32M LEADTEK VGA BOARD 32M W/DVI TVOUT VGA BOARD 32M LEADTEK TVOUT NS USB/AUDIO BOARD VGA ATI AIW RADEON 32MB DDR VGA BD WINFAST 3D S325 S61 VGA GEFORCE2 MX 32MB DVI/TV VGA 32MB LEADTEK M64 TV OUT S58M USB/AUDIO DAUGHTER BOARD 54.0205E.071 54.02023.051 54.0205E.041 54.0205E.051 55.38H02.001
MODEM BOARD 56K AMBIT/ MRT62M154 MODEM BOARD 56K ASKEY/ 1456VQH20E
MODEM 56K D/F AMBIT/ MRT62M154 MODEM D/F 56K ASKEY/ 1456VQH20E
Power Supply 11 POWER SUPPLY 145W HI-POWER/SIX145M3 V.B1 POWER SUPPLY 145W API-9502-072 REV.B POWER SUPPLY 145W DELTA/DPS145PB-82A R01 SPS 145W HI-PWR/SIX145M3 V.B1 SPS 145W API-9502-072 REV.B SPS 145W DEL/DPS145PB-82A R01 56.04145.4U1 56.04145.552 56.04145.1Q2
Battery NS Case/Cover/Bracket assembly NS I/O PORT BRACKET ASSY PORT BRKT B2UL FGA H61 60.92206.111 RTC BATTERY LI 3V BATTERY LI 3V CR2032 200MAH 23.20023.001
No. 1-1 LOWER CASE
Description ASSY L CASE H61
Part No. 60.92210.004
UPPER CASE CDROM EMI COVER
CASE UP ASP SECC 002 H61 CVR EMI EMPTY 5.25"(TOOL) H61
HDD EMI COVER
CVR HDD EMI (TOOLING) SUS H61
FRONT PANEL CDROM EMPTY DRIVE COVER 5.25"
ASSY BZL F ASP W/USB 002 H61 CVR EMPTY 525 CHA HIPS 002 H61
NS 1-13 1-15
USB FRONT COVER H61 ADD-ON PORT BRACKET TOP COVER
CVR USB ASPIRE ABS D065 H61 BKT PORT SECC H51 CVR UPPER ASP HIPS 002 H61
42.92240.011 33.94600.001 42.92214.011
FDD EMPTY DRIVE COVER 3.5"
CVR EMPTY 35 CHA HIPS 002 H61
Picture Miscellaneous parts
NAME PLT68.6X7.31ASP6600/ S58M PLT SPRING H40 PLT SLOT (B) CU H40
1-14 1-16 NS Keyboard NS
ADD-ON PORT PLATE SPRING ADD-ON PORT PLATE I/O PORT LABEL
PLT IO PORT(S10) PC H61/ 40.92201.341 ACER
KEYBOARD USB US 104KEYS DARFON KEYBOARD USB SWISS 105KEYS DARFON KEYBOARD USB DARFON SPANISH/ US 105KEYS KEYBOARD USB DARFON THAILAND 104KEYS KEYBOARD USB DARFON INTERN/US 104KEYS KEYBOARD USB DARFON CZECH 104KEYS KEYBOARD USB DARFON ARABIC 104KEYS KEYBOARD USB DARFON BELGIUM 105KEYS KEYBOARD USB DARFON CHINESE 104KEYS KEYBOARD USB DARFON DANISH 105KEYS KEYBOARD USB DARFON ITALIAN 105KEYS KEYBOARD USB DARFON FRENCH 105KEYS KEYBOARD USB DARFON GERMANY 105KEYS
KB US 104KEYS KB SWISS 105KEYS KB SPANISH/US 105KEYS KB THAILAND 104KEYS KB INTERN/US 104KEYS KB CZECH 104KEYS KB ARABIC 104KEYS KB BELGIUM 105KEYS KB CHINESE 104KEYS KB DANISH 105KEYS KB ITALIAN 105KEYS KB FRENCH 105KEYS KB GERMANY 105KEYS
99.P5181.041 99.P5181.040 99.P5181.042 99.P5181.043 99.P5181.046 99.P5181.049 99.P5181.04A 99.P5181.04B 99.P5181.04C 99.P5181.04D 99.P5181.04E 99.P5181.04F 99.P5181.04G
Partname KEYBOARD USB DARFON HEBREW 104KEYS KEYBOARD USB DARFON POLISH 105KEYS KEYBOARD USB DARFON SLOVENIAN 105KEYS KEYBOARD USB DARFON ICELAND 105KEYS KEYBOARD USB DARFON NORWEGIAN 105KEYS KEYBOARD USB DARFON HOLLAND 105KEYS KEYBOARD USB DARFON PORTUGUESE 105KEYS KEYBOARD USB DARFON RUSSIAN 104KEYS KEYBOARD USB DARFON SPANISH 105KEYS KEYBOARD USB DARFON TURKEY 105KEYS KEYBOARD USB DARFON UK 105KEYS KEYBOARD USB DARFON CANDIAN/ FRE 105KEYS KEYBOARD USB DARFON SWEDEN 105KEYS KEYBOARD USB DARFON GREEK 104KEYS KEYBOARD USB DARFON BRAZIAL 107KEYS KEYBOARD USB DARFON JAPANESE 109KEYS
Description KB HEBREW 104KEYS KB POLISH 105KEYS TRITON NOT FOUND KB ICELAND 105KEYS KB NORWEGIAN 105KEYS KB HOLLAND 105KEYS KB PORTUGUESE 105KEYS KB RUSSIAN 104KEYS KB SPANISH 105KEYS KB TURKEY 105KEYS KB UK 105KEYS KB CANDIAN/FRE 105KEYS KB SWEDEN 105KEYS KB GREEK 104KEYS KB BRAZIAL 107KEYS KB JAPANESE 109KEYS
Part No. 99.P5181.04H 99.P5181.04I 99.P518A.04J 99.P5181.04M 99.P5181.04N 99.P5181.04O 99.P5181.04P 99.P5181.04R 99.P5181.04S 99.P5181.04T 99.P5181.04U 99.P5181.04V 99.P5181.04W 99.P5181.04Y 99.P518A.044 99.P5181.04J
Pointing device NS MOUSE LOGITECH/930541-0000 MOUSE PRIMAX/BA088X03 MOUSE LOGITEC/9305410000 S59P MOUSE PRIMAX/ BA088X03 90.34J26.001 90.34J26.002
Speaker NS SPEAKER USB CHARMING/A-2 SPK USB POWER CHARMING/A-2 ASP 90.00412.001
Screws 1-12 MAINBOARD,ADD-ON PORT BRACKET,CASE ,POWER SUPPLY CREW SCREW TAP HEX ZNIC #632*4/16" 86.BA226.016
No. 6 NS
Partname USB BRACKET,CDROM/DVDROM.CDRW,FDD SCREW HDD SCREW
Description SCRW TAP HEX ZINC M3*.5*5 SCRW MACH BDG #632*3/16" NI
Part No. 86.BA224.5R0 86.4A5A6.012
|Device Type||DVD-ROM drive|
|Localization||English / Worldwide|
|Type||DVD-ROM - 5.25" x 1/2H|
|Read Speed||40x (CD) / 8x (DVD)|
|Media Load Type||Tray|
|Buffer Size||512 KB|
|Compliant Standards||Kodak PhotoCD, CD-DA, CD-XA, CDi|
|Expansion / Connectivity|
|Interfaces||1 x headphones - output - mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm|
|Connections||1 x storage - IDE/ATA - 40 pin IDC|
|Compatible Bays||1 x front accessible - 5.25" x 1/2H|
|Rack Mounting Kit||Not available|
|Software / System Requirements|
|Software Included||Drivers & Utilities|
|Min Operating Temperature||41 °F|
|Max Operating Temperature||113 °F|
|Humidity Range Operating||15 - 85%|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
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