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We welcome any valuable inputs you can provide us so we can continue to improve our services and products. Please email all your comments to atc@addonics.com or any technical related questions to techinfo@addonics.com. * Make sure you have enough space in your local hard drive. At least 4Gb or higher. The USB cable is an Addonics USB 2.0 interface cable. The process involved A. Set up the USB drives under DOS mode (step 1 - 9) B. Copy folders and files from your Windows installation CD to the ha

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The Compact Flash should be keyed to prevent the card from being incorrectly inserted. 2. Put the mechanism in the open position and slide the flat ribbon cable into the ZIF connector on the adapter. 3. Close the latch to secure the ribbon cable connection. 1.8” ZIF- CF adapter shown below attached to a 1.8” ZIF to 2.5” IDE converter 1.8” ZIF- CF adapter shown below connected to a 2.5” drive enclosure TECHNICAL SUPPORT Email: Internet: Technical Support (8:30 am to 6:00 pm PST) Phone: 4

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This will allow the NAS adapter to obtain its IP address automatically. If you prefer setting it manually, select the static IP option, enter your own value and click “Apply” to confirm the new setting. Disk Utility In this page, you can manage hard disk settings of the USB storage device. Format: For first time installation, you need to format hard disk into FAT32 file system. Formatting the drive will erase all data on the hard drive. Warning: For hard drives with data on it, be fore you have

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ADSA4R-E (4-Port External SATA PCI Controller Card) SPECIFICATIONS INSTALLATIONS Chip Set: Silicon Image Sil3114 integrated host Controller Interface: PCI bus compatible I/O Ports: (4) eSATA Connectors Regulatory approvals: FCC, CE Features: • Up to 150 Mbytes/sec (1.5 Gbits/sec) per port • 4 External SATA (eSATA) ports with the new SATA External connector • Work with any SATA drive • Use as a non-RAID or RAID controller • Built-in RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 1+0, RAID 1+ S support • Support la

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Insert the Gigabit Ethernet ExpressCard Adapter to the system’s ExpressCard slot. Windows 2000, XP & 2003 Driver Installations 1. The Found New Hardware Wizard pops on the screen. Place the Addonics driver disk into the CDROM drive. 2. Found New Hardware Wizard: Can Windows connect to Windows Update to search for software? Select “No, not at this time” Click Next. 3. The Generic Marvell Yukon Chipset base Ethernet Controller is identified. 4. Found New Hardware Wizard: What do you want the

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When Windows boots up, “A New Hardware Found” pops on the screen and the Addonics Serial ATA CARDBUS Controller is identified. 2. At the “Add New Hardware Wizard Window, click “Next” 3. Choose “Select for the best driver for your devices”, and click “Next” 4. Insert the Drivers Diskette or Driver Disc and check the “Floppy Drive or CDROM Drive” option. Click “Next” 5. If using a driver that has not been digitally signed by Microsoft, you will be asked if you want to continue the installation

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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. If not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, it may cause harmful interfer ence to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If the equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can





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