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DVD Premium Pro 
LightScribe Series 


Stand-Alone, NET, and Rackmount 
Users Manual 


www.microboards.com Version 1.07 


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TABLE OF CONTENTS 


Microboards бігіетепі Кедагаіпа Ітргорег бирісабоп .................е еее 4 
System. OVeLVIeW: ананан So nbi pide нї 5 
Unpacking" your system ML ааа a иер иа ата Is aa aaa iai 5 
Installation Requirement —————————————————————— МДМ 6 
Соппесбіпа Мавіег апа 5ізуе Тоу/егв........ леан 7 
Microboards NET СопШачгайоп .............м.00а01а ааа аасаатааааатаатааасаттаааыттата ыты" 8 
Configuration Options... aaa aaa i anane aaa aaa aaa aaa a aaa aa a aaa aaa aaa aaa 8 
Ваѕіс Сопйдигайоп: iiie eiie doc i a ai i i r ei a aa k 8 
Advanced Configuration  ...о... и ми е е 9 
Stand-Alone Operation ...............г.г02444ммМ М... наана 9 
Loading Media г... лаар А оман е тен i e i a Лана 9 
Main Menusi e EE a a ane i a aa ЫЫ 10 
Copy: DiSCt0:DISC: Likas E 11 
Printing Disc to: DISC........::: аа ДАНЫ i i a a bl i a NAA 11 
Registering Data to {һе Нага Пгіуе (НОр)....о....... ете 11 
Copy Hard Drive (HDD) to Disc............ eiie rece ie dene be egi need ee nsi pee rA 12 
Кедікіегіпд РгіпіІтадев іо іһе Наға Ргіуе (НОр)...о........еаыегла 12 
Prinüng:Hard:Drive-(FIDD) to: Disc... à itio A erri ga diee pe i nicus 13 
Clearing the: Hard: Drive ADD) ric. er rer Pete reete rte jų epe ЕНЕН 13 
oinmulatiori DISC-tO:[ISQ:.. neta ite e EO tse qeu E beige rete Pk ы тана i A Е 14 
Erašinig.RW/MEdIA: —————————MÓÉÁÉÉOEEMR Н 14 
LFACK:EXUACIJON ei iii p —————————————— 15 
Eror statusin Track Extraction: esimse e ia a a a iai 15 
Setup. Menüen ei a ee aaa aae a a aaa a i a ЕНЕН dee 16 
Мбае:5еіесїі: TS 17 

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СОМУВ рева sikna sage E A a Ai i a i as bai ss a 17 
Need ————————————M—— ances 17 
PEUT ооо А АОН Онаа иан не 17 
Сору:Оџапіу E E T T TE наил ЛААНЫ 17 
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Reader Select 2: ананна ааа as a aa la aa aaa 17 
HDB:S6EUDL esa k as A елер даа aga e ae a a aaa o ad a a e da a asa a Aaaa 17 

Auto: Generate ais za fasadas das asa Vadai aa va a aa d ys aa da a aaa aaa aa dan 17 

Edit NaMe sa asas saaa a aaa aaa no ta a Aaa pots a dra saaa 17 

Mäster: I EE 17 

НОВ: Еойтаб з. аан о А ОА АИА ааа ЕНН 17 
Dive:lriquitys; soie e emenda a mah 17 

[AU Rem P 17 

BIW Update: iais za он оаа наои x adu Rene cau auus 17 

Copy and; Print; Logs. iden ePi Innen d Mn de a 17 
LightScribe Template Гарейег...2.2........24000М0 Шет en nennen nnne nns 18 
Ето Соаеѕ ass aren es soa sata de ааа а, 19 
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Ѕиррогїеа Ғоптаќѕ......................................... нна наанаа наанаа 25 
Firmware Updates —-—-—————--——————— 25 
Technical: SUPDOM LL ia dura ia asas aaa kai E A ET TE Aaa aaa ias nee 25 


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Microboards Statement Regarding Improper Duplication 
Microboards Technology fully supports the right of any business, organization, group, or 
individual to protect their property from unlicensed, unauthorized, or illegal duplication. 


As a user of our equipment, we expect you to support that right as well. 


Microboards Technology is neither responsible nor liable for the infringement of any laws 
regarding the illegal duplication of property. Microboards Technology products are in no way 
intended to encourage or condone such duplication. 


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System Overview 


DVD Premium Pro LightScribe Stand-Alone and Rackmount Series 

The DVD Premium Pro LightScribe Series includes the Tower and the Rackmount styles. The 
Tower employs up to 10 General Purpose DVD-+R/DL LightScribe recorders, while the 
Rackmount employs up to 4 recorders. The hard drive comes standard with the Pro system and 
allows for DVD/CD image archival and CD track extraction for CD audio compilations. 


DVD Premium Pro LightScribe NET Series 

The DVD Premium Pro NET Series employs 10 General Purpose DVD-+R/DL LightScribe 
recorders in each tower, with the ability to have all connected drives duplicating from a single 
master. The hard drive comes standard with each tower and allows for DVD/CD image archival 
and CD track extraction for CD audio compilations. 


The LightScribe feature allows you, with the correct LightScribe CD and DVD media, to burn a 
print image to the printable side of the media. Software to create the necessary print image 
format is included. 


An intuitive, menu driven display 
and 5-button control interface 
provide one-touch operation for 
the novice user while providing 
advanced features for the 
professional. 





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Advanced Features: 
e 20-drive simultaneous burn from one master in NET mode (NET Series Only) 
Stand-Alone DVD-+R/RW/DL / CD-R duplicator 
One Touch duplication 
LightScribe Disc Printing capability 
Auto Run option 
Speed selectable (1x to 16x for DVD-+R and 4x to 48x for CD-R) 
Supports writing to DVD-+R/RW/DL, CD-R/RW 
Copy and Verify 
Hard drive comes standard for standalone DVD/CD image archival and CD track 
extraction for audio compilation CDs 
Store multiple hard drive images 
Counter feature allows the user to input how many discs need to be copied and 
the keeps track of the total discs completed. 
Automatically detects DVD or CD masters 
Simulation mode to ensure recording stability 
Easy-to-read, two-line display for status and error reporting 
Updates easily installed through DVD/CD reader 


Unpacking your system 


When unpacking your duplicator, confirm the following items are included: 
e NET connection cabling with each Slave tower (NET Series Only) 

DVD Premium Pro Series duplicator 

Power cable 

LightScribe Software Installation Disc 

Starter Kit (includes Manual and Warranty information) 


If any of these items are missing, please contact or Microboards Technology Technical Support at 
952-556-1639. 


IMPORTANT: Please keep all the packing for your DVD Premium Pro LightScribe Series 
duplicator. If your unit ever needs to be sent in for service, it must be returned in the original 
packing or the warranty will be voided. 


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Installation Reguirements 


System Setup 


Connect the power cable to the DVD Premium Pro Series tower and plug in to a 

protected power outlet strip or UPS power supply. 

NET Series Only: Connect the 2 towers using the NET cable provided (see page 7 for 
more information). 

o The left port on the back is the IN port, and the right is the OUT port; the Master 
tower should have the NET cable plugged into the OUT port, and the Slave 
should have the cable plugged into the IN port. 

o |f more than 2 towers are being connected, connect the OUT port in the first 
Slave to the IN port of the next. In the final chain of towers, the Master wil have 
only the OUT port used, while the final tower will have only the IN port used. 

Turn on power to the tower. The system is now ready to use. If you have a NET Series 
system, you will need to configure the system before proceeding (see page 8). 


Install your DVD Premium Pro Series duplicator in the following environment: 


On a level and stable surface 

In a well ventilated location 

Temperature and humidity 

Temperature: 5-40? 

Humidity: 20-8096 RH (no dew formation) 


Do not install it in the following places: 


Under direct sunlight (If the machine is exposed to sunlight, the light should be blocked 
by a curtain or blind.) 

A dusty location 

A place where there is a lot of vibration 

Near open flame 

A place where the temperature and humidity change drastically 

Near a heating device such as a heater or furnace 

A location where air from an air conditioner blows directly onto the unit 

Near a container filled with water 








In winter during times of low humidity or in a location where static electricity is 
generated, use an anti-static-electricity mat or humidifier to prevent static electricity. 





Power supply 


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Use house current as the power source for the unit. 

= Do not use an outlet near a motor driven appliance (i.e. air conditioner, copying 
machine). 

= Use an outlet with stable power supply voltages. 

= Do not overload an outlet. Do not use a service outlet from a PCs or other office 
machine. 

= Wire the power cord properly. 

= Do not touch the power cord with a wet hand. 

= Be careful not to damage the power cord. 


Inspect the power cord periodically. 
In the event that the power cord is damaged, replace the power cord. 








Do not use your finger. 





A Be sure to use a tool such as a screwdriver to change the 115/230V Switch. 








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Connecting Master and Slave Towers 

The Microboards DVD Premium Pro NET tower line reguires a physical connection between the 
towers. A tower will be designated as a Master or as a Slave tower initially based solely on the 
configuration of the connection. 





The directions below give 2 connection scenarios: a 2-tower configuration, and a Multi-Tower 
configuration. Please use the appropriate instructions based on the number of towers you have. 
The diagrams below show the backs of the towers. 





For the 2-Tower configuration, connect the OUT port of one 
tower to the IN port of the other using the provided cabling. 
Whichever tower is connected by the OUT port will become 
the Master tower. The tower that is connected by the IN 
port other will become the Slave tower. 


Once the towers are turned on and initialized, press YES 
on the Master tower to enter NET mode. 


For Stand-alone operation, press NO on both the Master 
and Slave when the configuration display is showing. Each 
tower will then operate as an independent tower. 


To return to NET mode, you will need to restart both 
towers. 




















2-Tower Configuration 








For Multi-Tower configuration (3 towers 
are shown here), select one tower as 
the Master and connect one end of one 
of the provided cables to the OUT port 
on the Master tower and the other end 
to the IN port on Slave Tower One. 
Plug the next cable to the OUT port of 
Slave Tower One and to the IN port of 





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IN OUT __IN OUT „IN OUT Slave Tower Two. 

[eee " If you have more than 3 towers, 
Master Slave Slave continue to connect the remaining 
Tower Tower Tower towers in the same fashion. The last 

One Two tower will only have a cable connected 
to the IN port. 




















/ СА 2 y, l Once the Master and Slave towers 
\ \ \ have initialized, the displays will give 
you the configuration options. 








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Microboards NET Configuration 

The Microboards NET configuration allows you to connect multiple 10-drive tower duplicators. 
They can function together as a single duplicator with 10 drives per tower for ultra high-guantity 
production, or can operate independently as stand-alone duplicators, each copying from a 
different master. 


It does not matter which tower is set as the Master; the only restriction is that one tower of the 
chain must have the NET cable connected to the Out port only. The last tower in the chain will 
only use the In port. 


Configuration Options 
To set the Multi-Tower configuration, turn on power 


i NET MASTER NET MASTER 
to all of the connected towers and wait for the 
configuration options to be displayed, as shown to 


the right. Master Display alternates 

The exact display message and configuration between these messages 
options on each tower will depend on the location of NET SLAVE 1 NET SLAVE 1 
that tower in the chain. YES: SET MASTER NO: STANDALONE 
Once the configuration has been selected, you must First Slave Display, additional Slave 
either power cycle all towers or run the Net Reboot towers show Slave number sequentially 


on all Master towers to change the configuration. 
NET SLAVE X 


The display of any Master or Stand-Alone tower will initially read COPY | NO: STANDALONE 


START when it is ready for duplication. The control panel on Slave towers Final tower in chain 
is disabled. 


Basic Configuration 

The most basic configuration would be to set the first tower as the Master with the remaining 
towers as Slaves. For this configuration, you would only need to press the YES button on the 
Master tower when the configuration options are showing. 


COPY START? 
_ (DISC to DISC) 





NET NET NET NET NET NET 
Master Slave 1 Slave 2 Slave 3 Slave 4 Slave 5 
The result with a six-tower configuration is shown above. Only the reader and hard drive on the 
NET Master will be available as source drives. 


Net Reboot and Basic Configuration 

To run the Net Reboot, press either the Aor V button until the display reads SETUP. Press the 
YES button, then press either the Aor V button until the display reads NET REBOOT. Press 
YES and all towers will reboot. 


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Advanced Configuration 

If, however, you wish to operate them as two 3-tower Master/Slave groups, simply press the YES 
button on the tower on which the Configuration Options display reads NET SLAVE 3. This will 
cause all towers following this tower to be slaved to that tower. The YES button on the first tower 
must also be pressed to slave towers 2 and 3 to the first tower. The reader and hard drive in the 
NET Master towers of both groups can be used for duplication to the connected Slave towers. 
The resulting Master/Slave configuration is shown below. 





NET NET NET NET NET NET 
Master Slave 1 Slave 2 Master Slave 1 Slave 2 


This can be done in any combination of towers. However, you must set the Master/Slave 
configurations starting with the last master you want to set, following the tower chain from the end 
to the beginning. 


You do not need to disconnect any towers to change the Master/Slave configuration. 


Net Reboot and Advanced Configuration 

To run the Net Reboot, press either the Aor V button until the display reads SETUP. Press the 
YES button, then press either the Aor V button until the display reads NET REBOOT. Press 
YES and all towers slaved to that Master will reboot. In the example above, the Net Reboot 
would need to be run on both the Group A Master tower and the Group B Master tower for all 8 
towers to reboot. 


Stand-Alone Operation 
For all towers in the chain to operate in Stand-Alone mode, the NO button must be pressed on 
each tower to select Stand-Alone mode. The order in which this is done does not matter. 


You can combine Stand-Alone and Advanced Configurations. After start-up in the example 
above, pressing YES on NET SLAVE 4, NO on NET SLAVE 3, and YES on the NET MASTER 
tower would create 3 groups: Group A with 3 towers, Group B as a single Stand-Alone tower, and 
Group C with 2 towers. 


Net Reboot and Stand-Alone Operation 
When in Stand-Alone Operation, the Net Reboot option does not appear in the Setup menu. 
Each tower will need to be power cycled manually. 


Loading media 

To automatically eject all empty recorder drives in all connected towers, simply load your master 
disc and press the YES button when the display reads COPY START. This will eject all drives 
that have not had media loaded. When all drives are loaded and the drive LEDs turn off, 
duplication will automatically begin. 


If you do not need to burn a copy in each recorder drive, load the number of drives necessary, 
close those drives, and wait for the drive LEDs to turn off. Press the YES button, and any open 
trays will automatically close but be considered empty. 


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Main Menu 


The Arrow buttons (VY Ajallow you to move forward or backward in the menu without selecting 
the current menu item. The NO button will move you to the next menu item. YES will select the 


current menu item. 


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YES| INSERT INSERT ANALYZING MASTER] COPY 15:26 
7— (DISCtoDISC) MASTER DISC > TARGET DISC , CD-DA EO 20% 
Į NO,Y 
PRINT START? YEST TABEL FILE? INSERT PRINT COMPLETE! 
(DISCtoDISC) *| VOURLABELNAME қ TARGET DISC » 15 шг) 20% 
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(DISCtoDISC) t (DISCtoDISC) 
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>HDD12 CD-DA >HDD1? 15:26 COPY START? INSERT COPY 15:26 
(HDDtoDIsC) | | (HDDtoDISC) (HDD1toDISC) >) TARGET DISC CD-DA ET 20% 
7 NOV 
NO,Y >HDD2? YES | REGIST 15:26 COPY START? INSERT COPY 15:26 
(DISCtoHDD/DISC) >| CD-DA mm 20% | — (HDD2teDIsc) [>| TARGET Disc CD-DA EI 20% 
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>HDDX? CD-DA >HHDX? 15:26 COPY START? INSERT COPY 15:26 
(HDDtoDIsC) [72] (HDDtoDISC) > (HDDXtoDISC) >| TARGET DISC CD-DA ELLO 20% 
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>MASTER CLEAR? | YES |>>HDD1 CLEAR? YES | >HDD12 
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>>HDDX CLEAR? YES | >HDDX? 
NO.Y (HDDtoDISC) 
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>>EXIT? 
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SIMULATION? YES | INSERT INSERT ANALYZING MASTER SIMULATION 15:26 
Egg (019000180) MASTER DISC >| TARGET DISC > CD-DA ELLO 20% 
Y NO.Y 
DISC ERASE? YES | Quick ERASE? YES | SURE ? YES | DISC ERASE 
Esq (REWRITABLE) Please wait... 
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»QUICK ERASE? YES] SURE ? YES | DISC ERASE 
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Trk EXTRACTION? >| EXTRACTION ОК? 
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SETUP? YES 
(MODE CHANGE) » SETUP MENU 
(see pg 12) 
NO/ESC | 
INSERT ANALYZING MASTER] , | EXTRACT THE Trk? 
MASTER DISC TRK 01/12 YES - execute the selected track 
X YESNO.v.A | NO,Y.A = skip track 
EXTRACT THE Trk? 
TRK 12/12 
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END EXTRACTION? NO,Y 
YES 
Nd COPY TOHDD OK? | YES | REGIST 15:26 NEXT MASTER YES 
CD-DA ELLO 20% 
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COPY START 
COPY MENU 
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Copy Disc to Disc 


1. Place the Master Disc into the Reader drive. 

Place the blank disc(s) into the Recorder drive(s) and wait 10 seconds for the light(s) on 
the front of the Recorder(s) to stop blinking. Note that the blanks must be of the same 
media type as the master; you cannot copy a CD master to DVD’s, for instance. 

2. The display reads COPY START? (DISC to DISC). 

3. Press YES. If you have the Auto Run feature set to ON, Copy Start? 
the duplication will begin when the master is loaded and (DISC to DISC) 
all drives are loaded with blank media. 

4. The drive trays will open on any recorder without blank discs installed. If you do not want 
to make a copy in those drives, close the tray(s), wait for the drive light to go out, and 
then press the YES button to start the copy job. 

5. The display will now show the progress of the Copy COPY 4.0GB 
Job. DVD |І ІІ 125% 

6. The Recorder(s) will eject the recordable discs when 
the job is complete. 


Printing Disc to Disc 


1. Place a disc containing your print image into the Reader drive. 

Place the unprinted disc(s) into the Recorder drive(s) with the print surface down and wait 
10 seconds for the light(s) on the front of the Recorder(s) to stop blinking. 

3. Press V until the display reads PRINT START? (DISC PRINT Start? 
pom (DISC to DISC) 

4. Press YES. If you have the Auto Run feature set to ON, 
the duplication will begin when the master is loaded and 
all drives are loaded with blank media. 

5. If you have more than one print image on the disc in the reader drive, use the V button to 
scroll through the list. Press the YES button when the image you want is displayed. 

6. The drive trays will open on any recorder without discs loaded. If you do not want to print 
to those drives, close the tray(s), wait for the drive light to go out, and then press the YES 
button to start the print job. 


7. The display will now show the progress of the Print Job. PRINT 
8. The Recorder(s) will eject the printed discs when the job | LS MTT 425% 
is complete. 


Registering Data to the Hard Drive (HDD) 


1. At the COPY START? (DISC to DISC) menu, press 
the NO or V button until the display shows MASTER 
SELECT? (DISC TO DISC) 


MASTER SELECT? 
(DISC to DISC) 


2. Place the Master disc into the Reader drive. 

3. Press the YES button. READER? 

4. The display will show: (DISC to DISC) 

5. Press the NO or V button 

6. The display will now show: 
The number in the lower right corner of the display DISC to HDD? 
indicates the amount of free space remaining on the 150GB 
hard drive. 


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7. You will see this screen after the contents of the master LIGHTSCRIBE? YES 
have been analyzed: DATA? NO 
Press the NO button to register your master as a disc 
image. 

8. Next, name the disc image: 

If you do not have the Auto Generate in the Setup menu | МАМЕ? 4.2GB 
feature turned on, use the Aor Wbuttons to change the = ) 


character in the position shown by the cursor. Press the 
YES button to move the cursor to the right or NO to move back to the left. Once the 
cursor is on the 14" character, press YES to begin registering the master. 


9. The display will now show the progress of the data being | REGISTER 4.2GB 
transferred to the hard drive: DVD MM TT) 25% 


10. Once the Master disc has been copied to the HDD, the 
Reader drive will eject the disc. When you go back into the MASTER SELECT? Menu, 
and select a partition with data stored on it, the display will show the type of data (ROM 
or Video) and the capacity of that data. Proceed to COPY HDD TO DVD section. 


Copy Hard Drive (HDD) to Disc 


1. Follow the instructions on page 11 to register the Master 


to the HDD. MASTER SELECT? 

2. Press to NO or V button until the screen displays: (DISC) 

3. Press the YES button. 

4. The display will show READER. 

5. Press the NO or V button and the display will show HDD1. If this is the hard drive 
partition you wish to copy, press the YES button. 

6. The screen will display COPY START? (HDD1 to DISC) COPY START? 

7. |f you wish to select a different hard drive partition, press (HDD1 to DISC) 


the NO or V button in step 5, unit the display shows the 
partition you wish to copy. 
8. Place the blank disc(s) into the Recorder(s) and wait 10 seconds for the light(s) on the 
front of the Recorder(s) to stop blinking. 
9. The drive trays will open on any recorder without blank discs installed. If you do not want 
to make a copy in those drives, press the YES button to start the copy job. 
10. The display will now show the progress of the copy job 
from the HDD to the Recorder(s): COPY 4.0GB 
11. After the Copy job is complete, the disc(s) will be ejected | DVD EI T T] 254 
from the Recorder(s). 


Registering Print Images to the Hard Drive (HDD) 


NOTE: Each print image will occupy 1GB of hard drive space regardless of actual image size. 


For assistance with creating print images, please refer the LightScribe Template 
Labeler section of this manual or to the Help menu within application. 


1. At the COPY START? (DISC to DISC) menu, press the 
NO or V button until the display shows MASTER | MASTER SELECT? 
SELECT? (DISC TO DISC). (DISC to DISC) 


2. Place the Master disc into the Reader drive. 

3. Press the YES button. 

4. The display will show READER? (DISC to DISC). READER? 

5. Press the NO or V button. (DISC to DISC) 
6. 


The display will now show: 

The number in the lower right corner of the display 
indicates the amount of free space remaining on the 
hard drive. 


DISC to HDD? 
150GB 


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10. 


You will see this screen after the contents of the master | LIGHTSCRIBE? YES 
have been analyzed: DATA? NO 
Press the YES button to add a LightScribe print image. 

You can have up to 20 print images on your disc. Use the Aor Wbuttons to select the 
image you want and press YES. You can only select 1 image at a time. 

The display will now show the progress of the print 

image being transferred to the hard drive: REGISTER 

Once the Master image has been copied to the HDD, | LS EI TT 254 
the Reader drive will eject the disc. When you go back 

into the MASTER SELECT? Menu, and select a partition with a print image stored on it, 
the display will read LS in the upper right corner and show the name of that image. 
Proceed to PRINTING HDD TO DVD section. 


Printing Hard Drive (HDD) to Disc 


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Follow the instructions on page 12 to register the Print 

Image to the HDD. 2 

Press to NO or V button until the screen displays: ША eu 

Press the YES button. 

The display will show READER. 

Press the NO or V button and the display will show HDD1. If this is the image you wish 
to print, press the YES button. ALL LIGHTSCRIBE PRINT IMAGES SAVED TO THE 
HARD DRIVE WILL SHOW LS IN THE UPPER RIGHT CORNER OF THE DISPLAY. 
The screen will display: 

If you wish to select a different image, press the NO or a a Nae 

V button in step 5, unit the display shows the print 
image you wish to print. 

Place the unprinted disc(s) into the Recorder(s) and wait 10 seconds for the light(s) on 
the front of the Recorder(s) to stop blinking. 

Press the YES button. If you have the Auto Run feature set to ON, the printing will begin 
when all drives are loaded with unprinted media. 

The drive trays will open on any recorder without discs installed. If you do not want to 
print using those drives, close the tray(s), wait for the drive light to go out, and then press 
the YES button to start the copy job. 

The display will now show the progress of the print PRINT 

job from the HDD to the Recorder(s): 5 ЕГІІ125% 
After the Print job is complete, the disc(s) will be 

ejected from the Recorder(s). 


Clearing the Hard Drive (HDD) 


The Master Clear option will not appear if there is no information stored on any of the hard drive 
partitions. 


1. 


2. 
3. 
4 


At the COPY START? (HDD1 to DISC) menu, press the NO or V button until the display 
shows MASTER SELECT? (HDD1 to DISC). 

Press the YES button. 

The display will show READER? (DISC to DISC). 

Press the NO or V button until you the screen | MASTER CLEAR? 

displays MASTER CLEAR? (HDD): (HDD) 

Press the YES button. 

You can now select which hard drive partition to erase. Pressing the NO or У button will 
Scroll you though the partition selections. 

Press the YES button if you are sure you want to clear the HDD. 

The hard drive will now be cleared and you will be >HDD12 

asked if you want to register another master to the (DISC to HDD) 

HDD. 


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9. 


Press YES and the Reader drive will eject and you can insert another master to register 
to the HDD. 


10. Press NO and to exit this menu without registering data to the hard drive partition. 


Simulation Disc to Disc 


Important: Simulation is not allowed when using DVD+R/RW media. 


1. 


6. 


7. 


At the COPY START? (DISC to DISC) menu, press SIMULATION?? 

the NO or V button until the display shows (DISC to DISC) 
SIMULATION? (DISC to DISC). 

Place the Master Disc into the Reader drive. 

Place the blank disc(s) into the Recorder drive(s) and wait 10 seconds for the light(s) on 
the front of the Recorder(s) to stop blinking. 

Press YES. 

The drive trays will open on any recorder without blank discs installed. If you do not want 
to make a copy in those drives, close the tray(s), wait for the drive light to go out, and 
then press the YES button to start the copy job. 

The display will now show the progress of the | SIMULATION 4.0GB 
Simulation Copy Job. DVD ШІ ІІ125% 
The Recorder(s) will eject the DVD-R discs when the 

job is complete. 


Note: DVD-R media will NOT be recorded to in Simulation Mode. 


Erasing RW media 


1. 


At the COPY START? (DISC to DISC) menu, press | DISC ERASE? 

the NO or V button until the display shows DISC (REWRITABLE) 

ERASE? (REWRITABLE): 

Load the Recorder(s) with the CD-RW or DVD-+RW media you wish to erase. You can 
erase one disc at a time or fill all the Recorders to erase multiple discs at once. All discs 
loaded must be of the same type. 

Press the YES button 

The next screen asks if you want to perform a Quick Erase. 


QUICK ERASE? 


If you wish to perform a Full Erase, press the NO button. 


FULL ERASE? 


Pressing the YES button at either of these selections will show the following screen: 


SURE? 


Press the YES button if you are sure you want to erase the DVD-+RW disc. If you do not 
wish to erase the disc, press the NO button and you will go back to the DISC ERASE 
screen (step 1). 


The screen will now show: 
Once the erasing is complete, the Recorder(s) will DISC ERASE 
eject the disc(s). 


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Track Extraction 


When extracting tracks to the internal hard drive, the DVD Premium Pro Series will use the next 
available partition space on the hard drive. Like any time a master is registered to the hard drive, 
you have the ability to name the partition. 


1. 


= 
At the COPY START? Menu, press the NO or Y button | [EXTRACT ON: 
il the di (CDtoHDD) 
until the display reads: 


Press the YES button. 


Press YES again in the following screen. EXTRACTION OK? 
Once the analysis of the master completes, you will 


need to name the disc image. 


If you do not have the Auto Generate in the Setup menu | NAME? 79:28 
feature turned on, use the Aor VY buttons to change the | (| ) 
character in the position shown by the cursor. Press the 


YES button to move the cursor to the right or NO to move back to the left. Once the 
cursor is on the 14th character, press YES to begin registering the master. Insert a 
master audio disc into the reader drive. The duplicator will analyze the master disc. 

Next, it displays Selected Track Number / Total Track Number. 

This master data has total 12 tracks. 


Press NO or V to skip forward a track. 
EXTRACT THE Irk? Press YES to select the track you want to 
TRK 01/12 extract 


If you skip forward all tracks, it asks if you want to end extraction for the master data. 


Press YES to finish extraction and register selected 
END EXTRACTION? tracks in HDD. 

Press NO or V to add more tracks from this master 

data. 


If you press YES in step 5, the display asks you to register 
the extracted tracks in HDD. 

Press YES to start registration. 

After registration completes, decide if you want to extract 
more tracks from other master audio discs. NEXT MASTER? 
Press YES to extract more tracks from other master audio 
discs. 

Press NO to complete extraction. 

If you press NO, the changes back to the COPY menu so that you can copy the extracted 
tracks in HDD to blank CD-R media. 





COPY TO HDD OK? 


Error status in Track Extraction: 


In the following situation in TRACK EXTRACTION, the display shows an error status on the LCD. 


1. 


If you try to extract a track which is not CD-DA, the | ExTRACT THE Trk? 
track number does not display properly, showing *—". --/12 
Pressing the YES button will not add the track. 


If the total time of extracted audio tracks is over 80 

minutes or 99 tracks have already been selected, the EXTRACT THE Trk? 
display will read OVER. Pressing the YES button will | 06/12 OVER 
not add the track. 


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Setup Menu 


SETUP Yes 








Yes 






MODE SELECT? 
(COPY MODE) 






COPY? 
(DISC to DISC) 


COPY * V? 
(DISC to DISC) 










































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p (OFF) 
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' COPY QUANTITY? Yes COPY QUANTITY? 
pa (хххх/хххх) 
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! SESSION MODE? 
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! READER SELECT? Yes DRIVEO1 
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1 ' 
1 ! THE DISPLAY WILL CYCLE 
' ! DRIVE02 THROUGH THE MAKE, MODEL, 
! i RECORDER AND FIRMWARE OF THE 
! 1 SELECTED DRIVE UNTIL YOU 
i i PRESS A BUTTON. 
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' ! DRIVExx 
! = RECORDER 
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1 ! EXIT? DRIVEO1 
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! DRIVE INQUIRY? Yes HDD 
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1 ' THE DISPLAY WILL CYCLE 
' - D DEN THROUGH THE MAKE, MODEL, 
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Setup Menu 
1. At the COPY START? (DISC to DISC) menu, press the NO or Y button until the display 


shows SETUP? (MODE CHANGE). Press the YES button. 
2. Pressing the NO or V button will allow you to move from menu to menu. 
3. Pressing the YES button will allow you to view or change the configuration of the system. 
4. Please follow the flow chart on page 16 to navigate through the different menus. 


Here is a description of each setup menu item: 


Mode Select 

COPY - Duplication from master disc to blank disc, or HDD to blank disc if master data is saved. 
VERIFY - It compares a copied disc with the master disc. 

COPY+V - Copying in the COPY+VERIFY mode 

DVD WR Speed 

Available speeds range from 16x down to 1x. 

CD WR Speed 

Available speeds range from 48x down to 4x. 

ISRC Check 

Default setting is ON. This feature will copy the ISRC codes from the Master audio disc to the 
blank discs. 

Auto Run 

Default setting is OFF. When set to ON, this allows the duplicator to start the duplication process 
when all recorders are loaded with blank media. If you are copying Disc-to-Disc, the master must 


be loaded before duplication will begin. 
Copy Quantity >>COPY QUANTITY 
Set up the number of disc you want to copy. 0750 


Use the Y A buttons to change the number in the current column up or down. YES will move you 
one column to the right, NO will move you 1 column to the left. Press YES when in the right 
column to save the number of copies entered. The example above shows that 750 copies have 
been entered with the cursor currently in the right column (underlined). 
Session Mode (CD only. Invalid for DVD) 
Select either from AUTO, CLOSE, or OPEN. 
AUTO: Make the session of copied disc as same as the master. 
CLOSE: Close the session of copied disc. 
OPEN: Leave the session of copied disc open. 
Reader Select 
Changes which drive is selected as the reader. This setting should not be changed. 
HDD Setup 
Access to the Hard Drive maintenance functions. 
Auto Generate 
This option will create Hard Drive partition names for you automatically if ON is selected. 
When OFF is selected, the user will need to name each partition added. 
Edit Name 
This option will allow you to modify partition image names (See pages 11-12). 
Master Clear 
This option will allow you to remove specific hard drive partition images. 
HDD Format 
This option will completely erase all hard drive partition images. 
Drive Inquiry 
Displays an inquiry of each drive connected, showing drive model and firmware. 
F/W Version 
Shows DVD Premium Pro LightScribe Series firmware version and H/W information. 
F/W Update 
Used when updating the firmware of the DVD Premium Pro LightScribe Series duplicator. 
Copy and Print Logs 
Displays the number of successful and unsuccessful burned and printed discs over the entire life 
of the duplicator. 


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LightScribe Template Labeler 


The LightScribe Template Labeler and LightScribe System Software included with the DSR 
Premium Pro LightScribe Series duplicator are reguired for creating the necessary print image 
files for the LightScribe Print feature to work. 


Do not update or attempt to use any version of the LightScribe Template Labeler or the 
LightScribe System other than those provided by Microboards Technology. 


To successfully create print image files that can be used with the DSR Premium Pro ES 


















































LightScribe Series duplicator, launch the LightScribe Template Labeler application с 
using the LightScribe shortcut on your desktop. ПЕЕ 
[ides sls Lidem d. Preview and eint ia >- Bist du ” 
The first step is to select the template you wish to 
use for the print image. The number of images you — 
would like to add to the print image, the amount of cick 
text you need to include, and the background image ax 
will all determine which template to select. 
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Click Next when you have chosen your template. mae ies 
Additional template packages are available for n 
downloading at www.lightscribe.com/go/labelgallery. E 4 
PS =l - TT“ ] 
1. Choose Template [2. Edit Items — 3. Preview and Print = Nw K=- 
— fenes tente | 
After choosing your template, add images or text to - | | 4 
the design. For more information on this process, = | = ск 






please review the Help menu in the application. P : | a 


When you are done with this step, click the Preview 
and Print button. 




















In the Preview window, select Microboards 
: : : : : ve: (EAR =] | Select your ssc cbr: Gens) 
LightScribe Disc Publisher as the Drive. HUNE T сісісісісіоі 


Select the Contrast Level. Options are Best, T 
Normal, and Draft. By default, Best is selected. 


Select the Disc Color. This will only change the 
color of the displayed preview, and will have no 
impact on the printed disc. The base color of the 
disc will not be changed during printing. 

Finally, click the Print button and provide the name 


of the print image file and location to which you kes- сен |н] 
would like to save the file. 


Select Print Options: 


Contrast Levet [Bet z 
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Copes 





Once the print image file is created, burn the print image to a disc for use in the DSR Premium 
Pro LightScribe Series duplicator. 


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Error Codes 


Read Errors 


















































































































































00 17 CLEANINF REOUESTED 

01 00 NO INDEX/SECTOR SIGNAL 

02 00 NO SEEK COMPLETE 

04 00 LOGICAL UNIT NOT READY, CAUSE NOT REPORTABLE 

04 01 LOGICAL UNIT IS IN PROCESS OF BECOMING READY 

04 02 LOGICAL UNIT NOT READY, INITIALIZING CMD. REQUESTED 
04 03 LOGICAL UNIT NOT READY, MANUAL INTERVENTION REQUIRED 
04 07 LOGICAL UNIT NOT READY, OPERATION IN PROGRESS 

05 00 LOGICAL UNIT DOES NOT RESPOND TO SELECTION 

06 00 NO REFERENCE POSITION FOUND (medium may be upside down) 
08 00 LOGICAL UNIT COMMUNICATION FAILURE 

08 01 LOGICAL UNIT COMUUNICATION TIME-OUT 

08 02 LOGICAL UNIT COMMUNICATION PARITY ERROR 

08 03 LOGICAL UNIT COMMUNICATION CRC ERROR (ULTRA-DMA/32) 
09 00 TRACK FOLLOWING ERROR 

09 01 TRACKING SERVO FAILURE 

09 02 FOCUS SERVO FAILURE 

09 03 SPINDLE SERVO FAILURE 

0A 00 ERROR LOG OVERFLOW 

0B 00 WARNING 

0B 01 WARNING-SPECIFIED TEMPERATURE EXCEEDED 

0B 02 WARNING-ENCLOSURE DEGRADED 

10 00 ID CRC OR ECC ERROR 

11 01 UNRECOVERED READ ERROR 

11 02 ERROR TOO LONG TO CORRECT 

11 05 L-EC UNCORRECTABLE ERROR 

11 06 CIRC UNRECOVERED ERROR 

11 OF ERROR READING UPC/EAN NUMBER 

11 10 ERROR — LOSS PF STREAMING 

12 00 ADDRESS MARK NOT FOUND FOR ID FIELD 

13 00 ADDRESS MARK NOT FOUND FOR DATA FIELD 

14 01 RECORD NOT FOUND 

14 05 RECORD NOT FOUND — RECOMMEND REASSIGNMENT 

14 06 RECORD NOT FOUND — DATA AUTO — REALLOCATED 

15 00 RANDOM POSITIONING ERROR 

15 01 MECHANICAL POSITIONING ERROR 

15 02 POSITIONING ERROR DETECTED BY READ OF MEDIUM 

17 00 RECOVERED DATA WITH NO EEOR CORRECTION APPLIED 
17 01 RECOVERED DATA WITH RETRIES 

17 02 RECOVERED DATA WITH POSITIVE HEAD OFFSET 

17 03 RECOVERED DATA WITH NEGATIVE HEAD OFFSET 

17 04 RECOVERED DATA WITH RETIES AND/OR CIRC APPLIED 

17 05 RECOVERED DATA USING PREVIOUS SECTOR ID 

18 00 RECOVERED DATA WITH ERROR CORRECTION APPLIED 

18 01 RECOVERED DATA WITH ERROR CORP. & RETRIES APPLIED 
18 03 RECOVERED DATA WITH CIRC 

18 04 RECOVERED DATA WITH L-EC 

1A 00 PARAMETER LIST LENGTH ERROR 

ІВ 00 SYNCHRONOUS DATA TRANSFER ERROR 











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1E 00 RECOVERED ID WITH ECC CORRECTION 

20 00 INVALID COMMAND OPERATION CODE 

21 00 LOGICAL BLOCK ADDRESS OUT OF RANGE 

24 00 INVALID FIELD IN CDB 

25 00 LOGICAL UNIT NOT SUPPORTED 

26 00 INVALID FIELD IN PARAMETER LIST 

26 01 РАКАМЕТЕК МОТ SUPPORTED 

26 02 PARAMETER VALUE INVALID 

26 03 THRESHOLD PARAMETERS NOT SUPPORTED 

26 04 INVALID RELEASE OF ACTIVE PERSISTENT RESERVATION 
28 00 NOT READY TO READY CHANGE, MEDIUM MAY HAVE CHANGED 
29 00 POWER ON, RESET, OR BUS DEVICE RESET OCCURRED 
29 01 POWER ON OCCURRED 

29 02 SCSI BUS RESET OCCURRED 

29 03 BUS DEVICE RESET FUNCTION OCCURRED 

29 04 DEVICE INTERNAL RESET 

2A 00 PARAMETERS CHANGED 

2A 01 MODE PARAMETERS CHANGED 

2A 02 LOG PARAMETERS CHANGED 

2A 03 RESERVATIONS PREEMPTED 

2B 00 COPY CANNOT EXECUSE SINCE HOST CANNOT DISCONNECT 
2C 00 COMMAND SEOUENCE ERROR 

2C 05 PERSISTENT PREVENT CONFLICT 

2F 00 COMMANDS CLEARED BY ANOTHER INITIATOR 

30 00 INCOMPATIBLE MEDIUM INSTALLED 

30 01 CANNOT READ MEDIUM - UNKNOWN FORMAT 

30 02 CANNOT READ MEDIUM - INCOMPATIBLE FORMAT 
30 03 CLEASNING CARTRIDGE INSTALLED 

35 00 ENCLOSURE SERVICES FAILURE 

35 01 UNSUPPORTED ENCLOSURE FUNCTION 

35 02 ENCLOSURE SERVICES UNAVAILABLE 

35 03 ENCLOSURE SERVICES TRANSFER FAILURE 

35 04 ENCLOSURE SERVICES TRANSFER REFUSED 

39 00 SAVING PARAMETERS NOT SUPPORTED 

3A 00 MEDIUM NOT PRESENT 

3A 01 MEDIUM NOT PRESENT-TRAY CLOSED 

3A 02 MEDIUM NOT PRESENT-TRAY OPEN 

3B OF END OF MEDIUM REACHED 

3B 11 MEDIUM MAGAZINE NOT ACCESSIBLE 

3B 12 MEDIUM MAGAZINE REMOVED 

3B 13 MEDIUM MAGAZINE INSERTED 

3B 14 MEDIUM MAGAZINE LOCKED 

3B 15 MEDIUM MAGAZINE UNLOCKED 

3B 16 MECHANICAL POSITIONING OR CHANGER ERROR 
3D 00 INVALID BITS IN IDENTIFY MESSAGE 

3E 00 LOGICAL UNIT HAS NOT SELF-CONFIGURED YET 
3E 01 LOGICAL UNIT FAILURE 

3E 02 TIMEOUT ON LOGICAL UNIT 

3F 00 TARGET OPERATING CONDITIONS HAVE CHANGED 
3F 01 MICROCODE HAS BEEN CHANGED 

3F 02 CHANGED OPERATING DEFINITION 

3F 03 INOUIRY DATA HAS CHANGED 

40 NN DIAGNOSTIC FAILURE ON COMPONENT NN (80H-FFH) 
43 00 MESSAGE ERROR 

44 00 INTERNAL TARGET FAILURE 

45 00 SELECT OR RESELECT FAILURE 

46 00 UNSUCCESSFUL SOFT RESET 

47 00 SCSI PARITY ERROR 

48 00 INITIATOR DETECTED ERROR MESSAGE RECEIVED 
49 00 INVALID MESSAGE ERROR 

4A 00 COMMAND PHASE ERROR 

4B 00 DATA PHASE ERROR 











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LOGICAL UNIT FAILED SELF-CONFIGURATION 








TAGGED OVERLAPPED COMMANDS (NN=QUEUE TAG) 





OVAERLAPPED COMMANDS ATTEMPTED 





53 





00 


MEDIA LOAD OR EJECTED FAILED 





53 





02 


MEDIUM REMOVAL PREVENTED 





55 





00 


SYSTEM RESOURCE FAILURE 





57 





00 


UNABLE TO RECOVER TABLE-OF-CONTENTS 














































































SA 00 OPERATOR REOUEST OR STATE CHANGE INPUT 

SA 01 OPERATOR MEDIUM REMOVAL REQUEST 

5B 00 LOG EXCEPTION 

5B 01 THRESHOLD CONDITION MET 

5B 02 LOG COUNTER AT MAXIMUM 

5B 03 LOG LIST CODES EXHAUSTED 

5D 00 FAILURE PREDICTION THRESHOLD EXCEEDED - Predicted Logical Unit Failure 
5D 01 FAILURE PREDICTION THRESHOLD EXCEEDED - Predicted Media Failure 
5D FF FAILURE PREDICTION THRESHOLD EXCEEDED (FALSE) 

5E 00 LOW POWER CONDITION ON 

5E 01 IDLE CONDITION ACTIVATED BY TIMER 

5E 02 STANDBY CONDITION ACTIVATED BY COMMAND 

5E 03 IDLE CONDITION ACTIVATED BY COMMAND 

5E 04 STANDBY CONDITION ACTIVATED BY COMMAND 





63 





00 


END OF USER AREA ENCOUNTERED ON THIS TRACK 





63 





01 


PACKET DOES NOT FIT IN AVAILABLE SPACE 





64 





00 


ILLEGAL MODE FOR THIS TRACK 





65 





00 


VOLTAGE FAULT 





73 





00 


CD CONTROL ERROR 








Write Errors 













VENDOR SPECIFIC 


Description 
NO ADDITIONAL SENSE INFORMATION 
T/O PROCESS TERMINATED, PLAY OPERATION ABORTED 








AUDIO PLAY OPERATION IN PROGRESS 









AUDIO PLAY OPERATION PAUSED 





AUDIO PLAY OPERATION SUCCESSFULLY 








AUDIO PLAY OPERATION STOPPED DUE TO ERRPOR 








NO CURRENT AUDIO STATUS TO RETURN 





NO SEEK COMPLETE 









LOGICAL UNIT NOT READY, CAUSE NOT REPORTABLE 





LOGICAL UNIT IS IN PROCESS OF BECOMING READY 








LOGICAL UNIT NOT READY, INITIALIZING CMD. REQUIRED 








LOGICAL UNIT NOT READY, MANUAL INTERVENTION REQUIRED 








LOGICAL UNIT NOT READY, FORMAT IN PROGRESS 








LOGICAL UNIT NOT READY, OPERATION IN PROGRESS 





LOGICAL UNIT NOT READY, LONG WRITE IN PROGRESS 











LOGICAL UNIT DOES NOT RESPOND TO SELECTION 








NO REFERENCE POSITION FOUND 








LOGICAL UNIT COMMUNICATION FAILURE 








LOGICAL UNIT COMUUNICATION TIME-OUT 








LOGICAL UNIT COMMUNICATION PARITY ERROR 














LOGICAL UNIT COMMUNICATION CRC ERROR (ULTRA-DMA/32) 








TRACK FOLLOWING ERROR 








TRACKING SERVO FAILURE 








FOCUS SERVO FAILURE 





SPINDLE SERVO FAILURE 











ERROR LOG OVERFLOW 








WARNING 








WARNING-SPECIFIED TEMPERATURE EXCEEDED 












WARNING-ENCLOSURE DEGRADED 








WRITE ERROR 








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0C 


02 


WRITE ERROR-RECOVERED WITH AUTO REALLOCATION 





0C 
0C 


03 
07 


WRITE ERROR-RECOMMEND REASSIGNMENT 





WRITE ERROR-RECOVERY NEEDED 





0C 


08 


WRITE ERROR-RECOVERY FAILED 





0C 


09 


WRITE ERROR-LOSS OF STREAMING 





0C 


0A 


WRITE ERROR-PADDING BLOCKS ADDED 





11 


00 


UNRECOVERED READ ERROR 





11 


06 


CIRC UNRECOVERED ERROR 





15 


00 


RANDOM POSITIONING ERROR 





15 


01 


MECHANICAL POSITIONING ERROR 





15 


02 


POSITIONING ERROR DETECTED BY READ OF MEDIUM 





16 


00 


DATA SYNCHRONIZATION MARK ERROR 





16 


01 


DATA SYNC ERROR-DATA REWRITTEN 





16 


02 


DATA SYNC ERROR-RECOMMEND REWRITE 





16 


03 


DATA SYNC ERROR-DATA ATUO-REALLOCATED 





16 


04 


DATA SYNC ERROR-RECOMMEND REASSIGNMENT 





17 


00 


RECOVERED DATA WITH NO ERROR CORRECTION APPLIED 





17 


01 


RECOVERED DATA WITH RETRIES 





17 


02 


RECOVERED DATA WITH POSITIVE HEAD OFFSET 





17 


03 


RECOVERED DATA WITH NEGATIVE HEAD OFFSET 





17 


04 


RECOVERED DATA WITH RETRIES AND/OR CIRC APPLIED 





17 


05 


RECOVERED DATA USING PREVIOUS SECTOR ID 





17 


06 


RECOVERED DATA WITHOUT ECC - DATA AUTO-REALLOCATED 





17 


07 


RECOVERED DATA WITHOUT ECC - RECOMMEND REASSIGNMENT 





17 


08 


RECOVERED DATA WITHOUT ECC - RECOMMEND REWRITE 





17 
18 
18 


09 
00 
01 


RECOVERED DATA WITHOUT ECC - DATA REWRITTEN 
RECOVERED DATA WITH ERROR CORRECTION APPLIED 





RECOVERED DATA WITH ERROR CORR. & RETRIES APPLIED 





18 


02 


RECOVERED DATA - DATA AUTO-REALLOCATED 





18 


03 


RECOVERED DATA WITH CIRC 





18 
18 


04 
05 


RECOVERED DATA WITH L-EC 





RECOVERED DATA - RECOMMEND REASSIGNMENT 





18 


06 


RECOVERED DATA - RECOMMEND REWRITE 





18 


07 


RECOVERED DATA WITH ECC - DATA REWRITTEN 





19 


00 


DEFECT LIST NOT ERROR 





19 
19 


01 
02 


DEFECT LIST NOT AVAILABLE 





DEFECT LIST ERROR IN PRIMARY LIST 





19 


03 


DEFECT LIST ERROR IN GROWN LIST 





1A 


00 


PARAMETER LIST LENGTH ERROR 





1B 


00 


SYNCHRONOUS DATA TRANSFER ERROR 





1C 
1C 


00 
01 


DEFECT LIST NOT FOUND 





PRIMARY DEFECT LIST NOT FOUND 





1C 


02 


GROWN DEFECT LIST NOT FOUND 





1D 


00 


MISCOMPARE DURING VERIFY OPERATION 





20 


00 


INVALID COMMAND OPERATION CODE 





21 
21 


00 
02 


LOGICAL BLOCK ADDRESS OUT OF RANGE 





INVALID ADDRESS FOR WRITE 





24 


00 


INVALID FIELD IN CDB 





25 


00 


LOGICAL UNIT NOT SUPPORTED 





26 


00 


INVALID FIELD IN PARAMETER LIST 





26 


01 


PARAMETER NOT SUPPORTED 





26 


02 


PARAMETER VALUE INVALID 





26 


03 


THRESHOLD PARAMETERS NOT SUPPORTED 





26 


04 


INVALID RELEASE OF ACTIVE PERSISTENT RESERVATION 





27 


00 


WRITE PROTECTED 





27 
27 


01 
02 


HARDWARE WRITE PROTECTED 





LOGICAL UNIT SOFTWARE WRITE PROTECTED 





27 


03 


ASSOCIATED WRITE PROTECT 





27 


04 


PERSISTENT WRITE PROTECT 





27 


05 


PERSISTENT WRITE PROTECT 





27 
28 





06 
00 


CONDITIONAL WRITE PROTECT 








NOT READY TO READY CHANGE, MEDIUM MAY HAVE CHANGED 





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29 


00 


POWER ON, RESET, OR BUS DEVICE RESET OCCURRED 





29 
29 


01 
02 


POWER ON OCCURRED 





SCSI BUS RESET OCCURRED 





29 


03 


BUS DEVICE RESET FUNCTION OCCURRED 





29 


04 


DEVICE INTERNAL RESET 






















































































































































































2A 00 PARAMETERS CHANGED 

2A 01 MODE PARAMETERS CHANGED 

2A 02 LOG PARAMETERS CHANGED 

2A 03 RESERVATIONS PREEMPTED 

2B 00 COPY CANNOT EXECUSE SINCE HOST CANNOT DISCONNECT 
2C 00 COMMAND SEQUENCE ERROR 

28 00 NOT READY TO READY CHANGE, MEDIUM MAY HAVE CHANGED 
29 00 POWER ON, RESET, OR BUS DEVICE RESET OCCURRED 
2A 00 PARAMETERS CHANGED 

2A 01 MODE PARAMETERS CHANGED 

2C 00 COMMAND SEOUENCE ERROR 

2C 03 CURRENT PROGRAM AREA IS NOT EMPTY 

2C 04 CURRENT PROGRAM AREA IS EMPTY 

2C 05 PERSISTENT PREVENT CONFLICT 

2E 00 INSUFFICIENT TIME FOR OPERATION 

2F 00 COMMANDS CLEARED BY ANOTHER INITIATOR 

30 00 INCOMPATIBLE MEDIUM INSTALLED 

30 01 CANNOT READ MEDIUM - UNKNOWN FORMAT 

30 02 CANNOT READ MEDIUM - INCOMPATIBLE FORMAT 
30 05 CANNOT WRITE MEDIUM - INCOMPATIBLE FORMAT 
30 06 CANNOT FORMAT MEDIUM - INCOMPATIBLE MEDIUM 
30 08 CANNOT WRITE - APPLICATION CODE MISMATCH 

30 09 CURRENT SESSION NOT FIXATED FOR APPEND 

31 00 MEDIUM FORMAT CORRUPTED 

31 01 FORMAT COMMAND FAILED 

32 00 NO DEFECT SPARE LOCATION AVAILABLE 

32 01 DEFECT LIST UPDATE FAILURE 

35 00 ENCLOSURE SERVICES FAILURE 

35 01 UNSUPPORTED ENCLOSURE FUNCTION 

35 02 ENCLOSURE SERVICES UNAVAILABLE 

35 03 ENCLOSURE SERVICES TRANSFER FAILURE 

35 04 ENCLOSURE SERVICES TRANSFER REFUSED 

37 00 ROUNDED PARAMETER 

39 00 SAVING PARAMETERS NOT SUPPORTED 

3A 00 MEDIUM NOT PRESENT 

3A 01 MEDIUM NOT PRESENT - TRAY CLOSED 

3A 02 MEDIUM NOT PRESENT - TRAY OPEN 

3D 00 INVALID BITS IN IDENTIFY MESSAGE 

3E 00 LOGICAL UNIT HAS NOT SELF-CONFIGURED YET 

3E 01 LOGICAL UNIT FAILURE 

3E 02 TIMEOUT ON LOGICAL UNIT 

3F 00 TARGET OPERATING CONDITIONS HAVE CHANGED 
3F 01 MICROCODE HAS BEEN CHANGED 

3F 02 CHANGED OPERATING DEFINITION 

3F 03 INQUIRY DATA HAS CHANGED 

40 NN DIAGNOSTIC FAILURE ON COMPONENT NN (80H-FFH) 
43 00 MESSAGE ERROR 

44 00 INTERNAL TARGET FAILURE 

45 00 SELECT OR RESELECT FAILURE 

46 00 UNSUCCESSFUL SOFT RESET 

47 00 SCSI PARITY ERROR 

48 00 INITIATOR DETECTED ERROR MESSAGE RECEIVED 
49 00 INVALID MESSAGE ERROR 

4A 00 COMMAND PHASE ERROR 

4B 00 DATA PHASE ERROR 

4C 00 LOGICAL UNIT FAILED SELF-CONFIGURATION 

4D NN TAGGED OVERLAPPED COMMANDS (NN=QUEUE TAG) 





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OVAERLAPPED COMMANDS ATTEMPTED 








ERASE FAILURE 





ERASE FAILURE - Incomplete erase operation detected 








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00 


MEDIA LOAD OR EJECT FAILED 





53 





02 


MEDIUM REMOVAL PREVENTED 





55 





00 


SYSTEM RESOURCE FAILURE 





57 





00 


UNABLE TO RECOVER TABLE-OF-CONTENTS 





SA 


00 


OPERATOR REOUEST OR STATE CHANGE INPUT 








SA 





01 


OPERATOR MEDIUM REMOVAL REQUEST 





SA 





02 


OPERATOR SELECTED WRITE PROTECT 





SA 


03 


OPERATOR SELECTED WRITE PERMIT 








5B 





00 


LOG EXCEPTION 





5B 





01 


THRESHOLD CONDITION MET 





5B 





02 


LOG COUNTER AT MAXIMUM 





5B 





03 


LOG LIST CODES EXHAUSTED 





5D 


00 


FAILURE PREDICTION THRESHOLD EXCEEDED - 








5D 





01 


FAILURE PREDICTION THRESHOLD EXCEEDED - Predicted Media Failure 





5D 


03 


FAILURE PREDICTION THRESHOLD EXCEEDED - Predicted Spare Area Exhaustion 








5D 





FF 


FAILURE PREDICTION THRESHOLD EXCEEDED (FALSE) 





5E 





00 


LOW POWER CONDITION ON 





5E 





01 


IDLE CONDITION ACTIVATED BY TIMER 





5E 





02 


STANDBY CONDITION ACTIVATED BY COMMAND 





5E 





03 


IDLE CONDITION ACTIVATED BY COMMAND 





5E 





04 


STANDBY CONDITION ACTIVATED BY COMMAND 





63 





00 


END OF USER AREA ENCOUNTERED ON THIS TRACK 








ILLEGAL MODE FOR THIS TRACK 








INVALID PACKET SIZE 





VOLTAGE FAULT 








72 





00 


SESSION FIXATION ERROR 





72 





01 


SESSION FIXATION ERROR WRITING LEAD-IN 





72 





02 


SESSION FIXATION ERROR WRITING LEAD-OUT 





72 





03 


SESSION FIXATION ERROR - INCOMPATIBLE TRACK IN SESSION 





72 





04 


EMPTY OR PARTIALLY WRITTEN RESERVED TRACK 





72 





05 


NO MORE RZONE RESERVATIONS ARE ALLOWED 





73 





00 


CD CONTROL ERROR 








POWER CALIBRATIOIN AREA ALMOST FULL 









POWER CALIBRATION AREA IS FULL 





POWER CALIBRATION AREA ERROR 





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04 


PROGRAM MEMORY AREA UPDATE FAILURE 








PROGRAM MEMORY AREA/RMA IS FULL 








PROGRAM MEMORY AREA/RMA IS (almost) FULL 





MEDIA LOAD/EJECT MECHANISM FAILED 





PLAY OPERATION ABORTED 














VENDOR SPECIFIC 


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DVD Premium Pro LightScribe Series 


Specifications 


MICROBOARDS TECHNOLOGY, LLC 


DVD Recorder Drive: DVD-+R/RW/DL CD-R/RW Recorder 


Power Source: 115V/230V 50-60Hz switchable power supply 
Weight: 58 pounds 

Dimensions: 7.48” (W) x 16.75” (D) x 24.5” (H) 

Power supply: 400W 

Environment: Temperature: 40°C (104°F) / 5°C (41°F) 


Humidity: 20% - 80% 


Supported Formats 





CD-ROM Mode 1, CD-ROM XA Mode 2 (form 1, form 2), 























Recording format 25 Photo CD, CD-DA (Audio CD), CD-Extra, CD-R, CD-RW 
DVD DVD-ROM, DVD-+R/RW/DL, DVD-VIDEO 
CD 700MB 
Recording capacity (nominal) DVD 4.7GB for General DVD 
8.3GB for Dual Layer 
Applicable media CD CD-R, CD-RW 
DVD DVD-+R, DVD-+RW, DVD-+R DL 





Firmware Updates 


Occasionally it may be necessary to load updated firmware on to the DVD Premium Pro Series 
duplicator. Only those firmware versions recommended and provided by Microboards Technical 
Support for this specific product should be installed. Installation of an incorrect firmware on any 
Microboards Technology product may result in any remaining warranty being voided. 


Technical Support 


For technical guestions or support issues, contact Microboards Technology technical support: 


United States 
PH: 952-556-1639 
FAX: 952-556-1628 
support@microboards.com 


www.microboards.com 


Europe Japan 
PH: +44 (0) 845 230 7800 PH: 03-3561-2266 
www.microboards.co.uk www. microboards.co.jp 


Please have the Model and Serial Number of your duplicator available when contacting Technical 


Support. 


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DVD Premium Pro LightScribe Series MICROBOARDS TECHNOLOGY, LLC 


Tower Models (Stand-Alone and NET Series) 


Any unauthorized modification to this equipment may result in the revocation by the FCC of the user’s 
С authority to operate this eguipment. 


NOTE: This eguipment 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: 


Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna 

Increase the separation between the equipment and antenna 

Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different than that to which the receiver is connected 
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help 


standards: EN 55022, EN 55024. The CE mark has been affixed in accordance with the CE Marking Directive 


C е This product is in conformity with the EMC Directive (89/336/EEC) through compliance with the following European 
93/68/EEC. 


Canadian Department of Communications (DOC) Statement 


This Class B digital apparatus complies with the Canadian ICES-003 Issue 4:2004. Cet appareil numerique de la classe B est conforme a 
la norme NMB-003 du Canade. 


Rackmount Models 


Any unauthorized modification to this equipment may result in the revocation by the FCC of the user’s 
( authority to operate this eguipment. 


NOTE: This eguipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 
15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a 
commercial environment. This eguipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio freguency energy and, if not installed 
and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. 


Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference, in which case the user will be 
required to correct the interference at his own expense. 


This product is in conformity with the EMC Directive (89/336/EEC) through compliance with the following 
European standards: EN 55022, EN 55024. The CE mark has been affixed in accordance with the CE Marking 
Directive 93/68/EEC. 


Canadian Department of Communications (DOC) Statement 


This Class A digital apparatus complies with the Canadian ICES-003 Issue 4:2004. Cet appareil numerique de la classe A est conforme a 
la norme NMB-003 du Canade. 





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