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Operating instructions

HH CD & DVD Writer


AD-7173
AD-7170
AD-5173
AD-5170
CB-1100
NR-9500

SlimLine DVD Writer


AD-7543
AD-7540
AD-5540
AD-7633
AD-7630

label burn
Optiarc CD&DVD Writer

Instructions
Disposing of your used NEC product Internal ATAPI Drive
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
LASER KLASSE 1 In the European Union
LUOKAN 1 LASERLAITE EU-wide legislation as Names and Functions
KLASS 1 LASERAPPARAT implemented in each
Member State requires 1 Busy Indicator 3 Emergency Eject Hole
that used electrical This indicator lights during Use to remove the disc from
English
Laser Safety Information
and electronic products
carrying the mark
must be disposed
data read and write operation.
2 Tray Panel
the Optiarc Writer if the
electrical eject is disabled by
This drive employs a laser. software or if power failure
Do not remove the cover or attempt of separately from normal household This Panel prevents dust from
occurs. (see „Emergency Eject“
to service this device when connected waste. This includes Sony NEC Optiarc entering the Optiarc Writer
for details)
due to DVD drives. When you dispose of such and opens automatically when
the possibility of eye damage. products, please follow the guidance the Load/Eject button is pushed. 4 Load/ Eject Button
of your local authority and/or ask the This button is pressed to eject
CAUTION shop where you purchased the or retract the disc tray when
Adjustment of control or following product. the power is on.
procedures other than those specified The mark on the electrical and
herein may result in hazardous electronic products only applies to
radiation exposure. the current European Union Member
Front View
Laser Specification: States.
Semiconductor Laser: 300mW, 783nm; Outside the European Union
300mW, 658nm If you wish to dispose of used
electrical and electronic products
outside the European Union, please
contact your local
authority and ask for
the correct method 1 2 3 4
of disposal.

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Instructions
Jumper Block
1 = CSEL
2 = SLAVE
3 = MASTER

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ribbon cable to connect your 3. Slide the Optiarc Writer into
computer to the Optiarc one for the hard disk and one for the computer until it is out
5 DIGITAL OUT Connector Writer. Connect the coloured a Optiarc Writer. If you prefer
This connector is used to con- approximately 50 ~ 70 mm
side of the ribbon cable to the to connect the Optiarc Writer to
nect Digital Audio to an audio (2 ~ 3 in.).
side marked with the arrow. the same port as your hard disc,
board. (as a secondary device) you have 4. Locate a spare power cable in
to change jumper setting to your computer.
6 LINE OUT Connector Installation SLAVE mode.
This connector is used to con- 5. Connect that power cable to
nect CD-Audio to an audio board. Jumper Setting the power connector on the
Installing the Optiarc Writer back of the Optiarc Writer.
A jumper consists out of a pair of
7 JUMPER BLOCK pins and a connector, which fits
in a host PC
6. Connect the I/O BUS connector
These blocks of jumper set the over the pins. When the connector 1. Turn off the computer, other on the Optiarc Writer and the
configuration for the Optiarc is in place it establishes an elec- peripherals and unplug all the
Writer (ref. chapter IDE controller. Connect the
tronic link between the pins, which cords and cables. Then remove coloured stripe side of the
‘Installation’-’Jumper Setting’ enables the function being con- the computer cover, face plate,
for details). cable on the side marked with
trolled by the jumper. If the con- mounting clips, and keeper
nector is removed, the electronic the arrow (∇).
8 Power Connector bracket. Refer to the Guide to
link is disconnected and the 7. Slide the Optiarc Writer into
Use this to provide operating operations that came with your
function is disabled. Jumpers are the computer and fix it in the
power from the host computer. computer for help with this step.
used to set the Optiarc Writer computer cabinet with 4 screws.
9 I/O BUS Connector mode on the IDE interface. The 2. If necessary, slide other devices To avoid damage to the Optiarc
This BUS connector is used to factory default setting is MASTER above the installation outappro- Writer take care, that the screws
control the Optiarc Writer and for fitting to enhanced IDE con- ximately 50 ~70 mm (2 ~ 3 in.), do not reach more than 5 mm
data transmission. Use a flat trollers supporting two ports, but do not disconnect the cables. into the Optiarc Writers cabinet.
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Driver Installation

Instructions

Instructions
8. Replace the mounting clips, The software installation starts For Windows 3.xx don’t use the
keeper bracket, and computer with activating the reading func- 32 bit hard disk access, because
cover. Refer to the Guide to tion of the drive (CD-ROM). this mode is not supported for
Operations that came with the 65 mm If you are using the Optiarc Writer DVD drives.
computer for help with this step. (min. 45 mm) with Windows 95/98/ME/NT/
200x/XP/Vista or IBM OS/2 Warp, If the reading function is availa-
ble the next is to achieve the
Vertical use all necessary drivers will be
writing function provided by the
loaded automatically by the
The Optiarc Writer can be used in operating system. writing software. Please insert
the vertical position. When using Your writing software CD-ROM
the Optiarc Writer, in the vertical Emergency Eject Drivers mentioned above are part into the Optiarc Writer and use
position, load and unload discs as The procedure described below of the Operating Systems and not the information provided with
shown on the diagram below. can be used to open the tray of available from NEC. the software (if the installation
the Optiarc Writer if the EJECT To use the IDE/ATAPI Optiarc does not starting automatically
button is disabled by software or a Writer with MS-DOS and MS- you have to activate the
power failure occurs. Windows 3.x, you have to install installation software manually).
1. Turn off the power to the the attached driver software To disable or enable drive’s buffer
Optiarc Writer. before you can use the Optiarc under run prevention technology
Writer for the first time. you need a writer S/W supporting
2. If a disc inside still spinning
Refer to the README.TXT file on this function.
wait until spin stoped certainly.
the driver disk for information
3. Insert a steel rod (about 1.3 mm about installing this driver.
in diameter) into the emergency
Only 12 cm discs can be used eject hole and push firmly until
This drive* supports RPC according Support
when the Optiarc Writer is installed to SFF8090v4 (RPC-2). The final
the cartridge is ejected. A stiff setting/definition of the video For local support like hotline,
vertically. Do not place 8cm discs paper clip may be used as steel service or drivers see the file
in the tray when using the Optiarc region code is determined by the
rod. fifth DVD video region code change. „README.TXT“ on the software
Writer installed in this way. CD-ROM or NEC´s Internet site
at http://www.neceurope.com

*) not for NR-9500


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Data-Section Audio
Transfer Rate NR-9500B CB-1100B AD-517x, AD-717x* (x=3: Labelflash™) Sampling Frequency 44.1 kHz
read DVD-ROM ./. 7200 -21600 KByte/sec (5-16x) 9075 -22000 KByte/sec (6.6-16x) Quantifying Bit Number 16-bit linear
DVD +/-R ./. 4500 -10800 KByte/sec (3.3-8x) 9075 -22000 KByte/sec (6.6-16x) Number of Channels 2
DVD +/-RW ./. 4500 -10800 KByte/sec (3.3-8x) 7300 -17500 KByte/sec (5-13x) Frequency Response 20 Hz-20 kHz
CD-ROM 3105 - 7800 KByte/sec (21-52x) 3105 - 7800 KByte/sec (21-52x) 3000 - 7200 KByte/sec (20-48x) +3 dB, -3 dB
CD-R/RW 2400 - 4800 KByes/sec (16-32x) 2805 - 6000 KByes/sec (19-40x) 2550 - 6000 KByes/sec (17-40x) Dynamic Range 75 dB
CD-DA 3450 - 7200 KByes/sec (23-48x) 3450 - 7200 KByes/sec (23-48x) 2550 - 6000 KByes/sec (17-40x)
S/N Ratio >75 dB
write DVD-R ./. ./. 10300-24700 KByte/sec (7.5-18x)
Total Harmonic Distortion 0.15%
supported speeds 18x/16x/13x/12x/8x/6x/4x/2x
DVD-R DL ./. ./. 5500 -11000 kByte/sec (4-8x) Wow & Flutter below measurable limits
supported speeds 8x/4x/2x Line out: 0.725 Volt
DVD-RW ./. ./. 5500 - 8200 kByte/sec (4-6x)
supported speeds 6x/4x/2x/1x General
DVD +R ./. ./. 10300-24700 KByte/sec (7.5-18x) Power Consumption 26 VA
supported speeds 18x/16x/13x/12x/8x/6x/4x/2.4x (5V 1.6A, 12V 1.6A)
DVD +R9 ./. ./. 5500 -11000 kByte/sec (4-8x)
Dimensions (WxHxD) 148 x 42 x 184 mm
supported speeds 8x/4x/2.4x
(AD-517x:/-717x: 148 x 42 x 175 mm)
DVD +RW ./. ./. 5500 -11000 kByte/sec (4-8x)
supported speeds 8x/4x/2.4x
Weight 0.77 kg
(AD-517x:/-717x: 0.705 kg)
CD-R 3500 - 7800 KByte/sec (23-52x) 3500 - 7800 KByte/sec (23-52x) 3000 - 7200 KByte/sec (20-48x)
supported speeds 52x/48x/40x/32x/24x/16x/8x/4x 52x/48x/40x/32x/24x/16x/8x 48x/40x/32x/24x/16x/8x Noise ≤ 54 dB(A)
CD-RW 3500 - 4800 KByte/sec (23-32x) 3200 - 4800 KByte/sec (21-32x) 3000 - 4800 KByte/sec (20-32x) Storage temperature -25° to +60° C
supported speeds 32x/24x/16x/10x/4x 32x/24x/16x/10x/4x 32x/24x/16x/10x/4x Storage humidity 10 % to 90 % RH,
Write methods DAO (disc at once), SAO (session at once), TAO (track at once) with zero gap, variable or fixed packet, multisession noncondensing
Operating temp. +5° to +45° C
Access Time
Operating humidity 20 % to 70 % RH,
DVD-ROM (1/3 stroke read, average) ./. 150 msec 160 msec
CD-ROM (1/3 stroke read, average) 110 msec 130 msec 140 msec noncondensing
Memory Buffer 2 MByte 2 MByte 2 MByte
Above specifications are subject to change.
Interface/max. Transfer Rate IDE/ ATAPI SFF-8020 rev. 2.60, PIO Mode 4/ Ultra DMA33 mode 2 support PIO Mode 4 / Ultra DMA66 mode 4**
Photo CD is a trademark of Kodak
Compatibility CD High Sierra and ISO 9660, CD-ROM, CD-ROM XA, CD-DA, CD-TEXT, CD-I (FMV), Enhanced Music CD (CD+), PhotoCD, VideoCD used under license.
Compatibility DVD ./. DVD-ROM, DVD-Video, DVD-R, DVD +R, DVD-R DL,DVD +R9, DVD, DVD +RW, DVD-RW
*) AD-717x series support DVD-RAM up to 12x
In compliance with MPC-3, MultiRead, PC-99, PC-2001 MPC-3, MultiRead, PC-99, PC-2001 MPC-3, MultiRead, PC-99, PC-2001
*) AD-717x series available as well with SATA
interface (serial ATA)
Optiarc Slimline Writer

Instructions
Internal ATAPI Drive
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT Disposing of your
LASER KLASSE 1 used NEC product
LUOKAN 1 LASERLAITE Names and Functions
KLASS 1 LASERAPPARAT In the European Union
EU-wide legislation as 1 Front Panel 3 Eject Button
implemented in each

English
This panel prevents dust from This button is pressed to open
Member State requires
entering the DVD Writer and the disc tray/eject the disc
Laser Safety Information that used electrical
opens automatically only a when the power is on.
This drive employs a laser. and electronic products
carrying the mark must be disposed
little when the Eject button is
Do not remove the cover or attempt pushed. 4 Emergency Eject Hole*
to service this device when of separately from normal household Use to remove the disc from
connected due to waste. This includes Sony NEC Optiarc 2 Busy Indicator the DVD Writer if the
the possibility of eye damage. DVD drives. When you dispose of such This indicator lights during electrical eject is disabled by
products, please follow the guidance data read and write operation.
CAUTION software or if power failure
of your local authority and/or ask the
Adjustment of control or following shop where you purchased the
occurs. (see „Emergency Eject“
procedures other than those specified product. for details)
herein may result in hazardous The mark on the electrical and Front View AD-554x, AD-754x
radiation exposure. electronic products only applies to
Laser Specification: the current European Union Member
Semiconductor Laser: 330mW, 785nm; States.
280mW, 661nm Outside the European Union
If you wish to dispose of used 1 2 3 4
electrical and electronic products
outside the European Union, please
contact your local Front View AD-763x (slot-in)
authority and ask for
the correct method
of disposal.

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Rear View

Instructions
5 3. Connect the intended plug 3. Set the disc into the shaft in
with the socket on the back the centre of the tray with
5 Connector Installing in a host computer of the Slimline DVD Writer. the label side facing up.
This Connector includes Power With the installation of Slimline 4. Slide the Slimline DVD Writer 4. Press the disc tray into the
I/O BUS and Audio Line Out. drives you have to consider that into the computer and fix it DVD Writer calmly by hand.
dimensions and connections for in the computer cabinet with
Removing a Disc
Installation this was developed for the usage 4 screws.
in portable computer and are To avoid damage to the DVD 1. Press the Eject button. The disc
Configuration standardized. If the Slimline drive Writer take care, that the screws tray will be ejected by about
is not target for a standard do not reach more than 1.5 mm 10mm.
The drive configures itself
independently over the connector. Slimline system, additional into the Optiarc Writers cabinet. 2. Pull the disc tray all the way
adapters must be procured from 5. Fasten possibly before removed open by hand.
Note: Not all computer hardware an appropriate expert trader. drives again in the computer 3. Lift the edge of the disc
supports the intended automatic and close the housing cover.
1. Turn off the computer, other strongly, pressing the shaft in
configuration. Usually this Refer to the Guide to Opera-
peripherals and unplug all the the centre of the tray.
causes that after the drive
cords and cables. Then remove tions that came with the 4. Press the disc tray into the
assembled the computer any
the computer cover, face plate, computer for help with this step. DVD Writer drive calmly
longer booting. In such case
the drives firmware bust my mounting clips, and keeper by hand.
changed by qualified bracket. Refer to the Guide to Drive usage Note: If an eject prohibit
personnel. operations that came with your command has been received
computer for help with this step. Inserting a Disc from the computer, the disc
2. Slide the Slimline DVD Writer 1. Press the Eject button. The disc tray will not be ejected even if
into the computer in such way tray will be ejected by about the Eject button is pressed.
that you are able to connect 10mm.
the intended plug. 2. Pull the disc tray all the way
open by hand.
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Instructions
Emergency Eject* Driver Installation
The procedure described below For Windows 3.xx don’t use the Optiarc AD-5540A
The software installation starts
can be used to open the tray of with activating the reading func- 32 bit hard disk access, because
the Optiarc Writer if the EJECT this mode is not supported for
tion of the drive (CD-ROM).
button is disabled by software or a DVD drives.
If you are using the Slimline DVD
power failure occurs. Writer with Windows 95/98/ME/ If the reading function is availa- Optiarc AD-7540A
NT/2000/XP or IBM OS/2 Warp, ble the next is to achieve the
all necessary drivers will be writing function provided by the
loaded automatically by the writing software. Please insert
20 mm operating system. Your writing software CD-ROM
Drivers mentioned above are part into the DVD Writer and use Optiarc AD-7543A
of the Operating Systems and not the information provided with
available from NEC. the software (if the installation
does not starting automatically
To use the IDE/ATAPI Slimline
you have to activate the
DVD Writer with MS-DOS and
MS-Windows 3.x, you have to
installation software manually). Optiarc AD-7630A
1. Turn off the power to the install the attached driver software
Slimline DVD Writer. before you can use the Optiarc
2. If a disc inside still spinning Writer for the first time.
Support
wait until spin stoped certainly. For local support like hotline,
3. Insert a steel rod (about 0.8 mm
Refer to the README.TXT file on
service or drivers see the file
Optiarc AD-7633A
the driver disk for information
in diameter) into the emergency about installing this driver. „README.TXT“ on the software
eject hole and push firmly until CD-ROM or NEC´s Internet site
the cartridge is ejected. A stiff This drive supports RPC according at http://www.neceurope.com
to SFF8090v4 (RPC-2). The final
paper clip may be used as steel
setting/definition of the video
rod. region code is determined by the *) the slot-in drives AD-7630
fifth DVD video region code change. and AD-7633 do not have
a emergency eject hole
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Data-Section Audio
Transfer Rate AD-5540, AD-5543 AD-7540, AD-7543 AD-7630, AD-7633 Sampling Frequency 44.1 kHz
read DVD-ROM 4500 - 11000 KByte/sec (3.3-8x) 4500 - 11000 KByte/sec (3.3-8x) 4500 - 11000 KByte/sec (3.3-8x) Quantifying Bit Number 16-bit linear
DVD +/-R 4500 - 11000 KByte/sec (3.3-8x) 4500 - 11000 KByte/sec (3.3-8x) 4500 - 11000 KByte/sec (3.3-8x) Number of Channels 2
DVD +/-RW 4500 - 11000 KByte/sec (3.3-8x) 4500 - 11000 KByte/sec (3.3-8x) 4500 - 11000 KByte/sec (3.3-8x) Frequency Response 20 Hz-20 kHz
DVD-RAM ./. 4100 - 6900 KByte/sec (3-5x) 4100 - 6900 KByte/sec (3-5x) +3 dB, -3 dB
CD-ROM, CD-R 1500 - 3600 KByte/sec (10-24x) 1500 - 3600 KByte/sec (10-24x) 1500 - 3600 KByte/sec(10-24x) Dynamic Range 80 dB
CD-RW, CD-DA 1200 - 3600 KByes/sec (10-24x) 1500 - 3600 KByte/sec (10-24x) 1500 - 3600 KByte/sec(10-24x)
S/N Ratio >80 dB
CD-ROM XA 1050 - 2400 KByes/sec (7-16x) 1050 - 2400 KByes/sec (7-16x) 1050 - 2400 KByes/sec (7-16x
Total Harmonic Distortion 0.10%
write DVD-R 4500 - 11000 KByte/sec (3.3-8x) 4500 - 11000 KByte/sec (3.3-8x) 4500 - 11000 KByte/sec (3.3-8x)
supported speeds 8x/6x/4x/2x 8x/6x/4x/2x 8x/6x/4x/2x Wow & Flutter below measurable limits
DVD-R DL 2700 - 5500 KByte/sec (2-4x) 2700 - 5500 KByte/sec (2-4x) 2700 - 5500 KByte/sec (2-4x) Line out: 0.75 Volt
supported speeds 4x/2x 4x/2x 4x/2x
DVD-RW 2700 - 8200 KByte/sec (2-6x) 2700 - 8200 KByte/sec (2-6x) 2700 - 8200 KByte/sec (2-6x) General
supported speeds 6x/4x/2x/1x 6x/4x/2x/1x 6x/4x/2x/1x
DVD-RAM ./. 4100 - 6900 KByte/sec (3-5x) 4100 - 6900 KByte/sec (3-5x) Power Consumption (max.) 8 VA
supported speeds ./. 5x/3x/2x 5x/3x/2x (5V 1.6A)
DVD +R 4500 -11000 KByte/sec (3.3-8x) 4500 - 11000 KByte/sec (3.3-8x) 4500 - 11000 KByte/sec (3.3-8x) Dimensions (WxHxD) 128 x 12.7 x 129 mm
supported speeds 8x/6x/4x/2.4x 8x/6x/4x/2.4x 8x/6x/4x/2.4x Weight 0.18 kg
DVD +R9 3300 - 5500 kByte/sec (2.4-4x) 3300 - 5500 KByte/sec (2.4-4x) 3300 - 5500 KByte/sec(2.4-4x) (AD-7630, AD-7633: 0.16 kg)
supported speeds 4x/2.4x 4x/2.4x 4x/2.4x Noise ≤ 47.5 dB(A)
DVD +RW 4500 - 11000 KByte/sec (3.3-8x) 4500 - 11000 KByte/sec (3.3-8x) 4500 - 11000 KByte/sec (3.3-8x) Storage temperature -40° to +65° C
supported speeds 8x/6x/4x/2.4x 8x/6x/4x/2.4x 8x/6x/4x/2.4x
Storage humidity 5% to 95 % RH,
CD-R 1500 - 3600 KByte/sec (10-24x) 1500 - 3600 KByte/sec (10-24x) 1500 - 3600 KByte/sec(10-24x)
supported speeds 24x/16x/8x 24x/16x/8x 24x/16x/8x noncondensing
CD-RW 1200 - 3600 KByte/sec (8-24x) 1200 - 3600 KByte/sec (8-24x) 1200 - 2400 KByte/sec (8-16x) Operating temp. +5° to +50° C
supported speeds 24x/20x/10x/4x 24x/20x/10x/4x 16x/10x/4x Operating humidity 20 % to 80 % RH,
Write methods DAO (disc at once), SAO (session at once), TAO (track at once) with zero gap, variable or fixed packet, multisession noncondensing
Access Time Laser Specification 330mW, 785nm (CD)
DVD-ROM (1/3 stroke read, average) 180 msec 180 msec 190 msec 280mW, 661nm (DVD)
CD-ROM (1/3 stroke read, average) 150 msec 150 msec 190 msec
Memory Buffer 2 MByte 2 MByte 2 MByte Above specifications are subject to change.
Interface/max. Transfer Rate IDE/ ATAPI SFF-8020 rev. 2.60, PIO Mode 4 / Ultra DMA33 mode 2 support Photo CD is a trademark of Kodak
Compatibility DVD-ROM, DVD-Video, DVD+R, DVD-R, DVD+RW, DVD-RW (Read only), High Sierra and ISO 9660, CD-ROM, CD-ROM XA, used under license.
CD-DA, CD-TEXT, CD-I (FMV), Enhanced Music CD (CD+), PhotoCD (SingleSession/MultiSession), VideoCD (WhiteBook)
In compliance with MPC-3, MultiRead, PC-99, PC-2001 MPC-3, MultiRead, PC-99, PC-2001 MPC-3, MultiRead, PC-99, PC-2001
This devices need to be installed 2. the data area and the label area

Instructions
into IBM compatible computers do not overlap – otherwise the
with min. 800 MHz CPU, affected data will no longer be
128Mbyte RAM and 600Mbyte readable.
free space on the non removable 3. the larger the disc area
Overview disk (or as external solution inscribed the less space there
With the new Labelflash™ DVD The time it takes to burn a label connected via USB2 or IEEE1394 will be available for data.
Writer from Optiarc DVD-R and is governed by the user, and can to such kind of PC). 4. the readability of the inscription
DVD +R media can be labelled be completed in as little as
inside the drive (no marker or 5 minutes. Should a higher
Software depends on the production
process of the media (though
printer are necessary). contrast by required the inscription To proceed with Labelflash™ you
the contrast will not be as
The labelling can be done post or will take longer. need the Software NeroExpress
great as that of the incription
before burning. For the inscription The inscription area can be version 6.6.1.3d (or a more recent
on the label side Labelflash™
of the DVD label side special decided by user freely between version), which is part of this bundle.
media).
Labelflash™ necessary. In addition the inner radius of 25mm and the Regarding the system requirements
the unused area of the data side outer radius of 58mm – but the please refer to the NeroExpress
of the media can be utilised for minimum area width is 5mm (on manual chapter 2.1.
inscription. the data side the most meaningful Disc
Caution! way is to inscribe just the outer area).
For marking the label side special
If you inscribe the data side you Labelflash™ DVD-R/+R media is
have to take care that the data
System requirements required.
area and the label do not overlap Hardware The data side can be inscribed on
- otherwise the data on the any DVD-R and/or DVD +R media
In order to take advantage
media no longer be read. – subject to following conditions:
of the Labelflash™ inscription
Because the labelling surface is function requires one the 1. only the outer area of a DVD
covered by 0.6mm thick following DVD Writers: will be used for labelling –
transparent plastic the inscription otherwise it will not be possible
HH: AD-7173, AD-5173,
is very durable, robust against to burn in addition data to
ND-4571, ND-4551, ND-3551
mechanical damages and this media.
Slimline:AD-7543, AD-7633, ND-7551
extremely light stable.
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How to create a Label with Nero Please consider when you Please keep in mind that the min.

Instructions
inscribe the data side: width for an inscription is 5mm!
To create a Labelflash™ inscription
As data burning starts at the After the labelling is completed
you have to first start NeroExpress.
innermost area of the disc it is the tray of the drive opens
recommended that you finish automatically and the inscribed
data burning prior to inscription. media can be removed.
If there is then sufficient space By selecting „Cancel“ you will
available for an inscription (outer go back to the NeroExpress start
area) you can perform the marking. menu.
Please find below a diagram
The usage of this application is showing the relation on burned
the same as the „Nero CoverDesigner“ data and outer radius of the data Technical Data
– please study its instructions if area (single session): Inner radius:
Then please click the left side you need more details.
min. 25mm - max. 53mm
of the Window the button:
Outer radius:
min. 28mm - max. 58mm
Width of the label area:
min. 5mm - max. 33mm
Disc rotation speed:
7875rpm, 4500rpm, 2250rpm
(depends on the selected media)
Resolution/gradation:
1000dpi/256
Once the Labelflash™ media
To start the Labelflash™ design („PRINTING SIDE“ down), or a data
and burn application you have to side of a DVD +/-R (data side down), Above specifications
are subject to change.
continue by selecting . has been placed in the drive the
application will show the corres- Labelflash™ is a trademark of
Yamaha used under license.
ponding disc type – after which the
12 „burn“ button can be selected. 13