1. Remove computer cover and faceplate if required (refer to your computer
system’s manual for removal information).
2. If the DVD-RAM is replacing a CD-ROM, disconnect all connectors and re-
move the CD-ROM presently installed in your system.
3. Your Toshiba D VD-RAM can be placed in an y free half-height driv e slot at the
front of your computer. (It can be mounted horizontally or vertically.)
4. Carefully start sliding the DVD-RAM into the opening with the disc tray facing
the front of the computer. Before you push the drive all the way in you will
need to connect the IDE BUS cable, audio cable and the power cable to the
back of the drive.
CONNECTING CABLESCable Locations on Rear of DVD-RAM
IDE BUS (Data) Cable - Most computer system have a primary and secondary
IDE BUS cable already installed (an IDE BUS cable is include with your kit if your
system does not have a secondary IDE BUS cable).
If you are replacing a CD-ROM: connect the DVD-RAM drive using the BUS
cable that the CD-ROM was connected to. Insure that the jumper setting of the
DVD-RAM is the same as the CD-ROM drive you are replacing.
If the DVD-RAM is not replacing a CD-ROM and/or is in addition to a CD-ROM:
locate the secondary IDE BUS cable in your system. If your system does not have
a secondary IDE BUS cable installed, you will need to install the IDE BUS cable
that was included with your kit.
Installing secondary IDE BUS cable: locate the secondary IDE BUS connec-
tor on your system’s motherboard (refer to your system’s documentation for
location). Connect one end of the IDE BUS cable to motherboard, assuring
that it is keyed properly and that cable’s colored edge is aligned with Pin 1.
Connect secondary IDE BUS cable to DVD-RAM drive, assuring that pin 1 of the