e. Now, you have a choice to load your master disc into a new empty partition or overwrite one of the existing one if any exists. You can simply press UP or DOWN arrow button to select your partition and press “>>” to submit. You will see the following:
Enter HDD Image Name
[ ] OK
f. Now, you can name the image you are about to load into the Hard Drive. To enter the name, you need to use UP or DOWN button to select the character and use “>>” or “<<” button to move the cursor position and once you finished, move the cursor to “OK” and press “>>”. For example, if you want to name your master disc image as “FUN”, then do the following:
I. Make sure the cursor is located at the first position:
Enter HDD Image Name
[X ] OK
i. Press “DOWN” button consecutively until “F” is displayed.
ii. Press “>>” button once to move the cursor to the next position.
iii. Press “DOWN” button consecutively until “U” is displayed.
iv. Press “>>” button once to move the cursor to the next position.
v. Press “DOWN” button consecutively until “N” is displayed.
vi. Press “>>” button once to move the cursor to the next position.
vii. Now, we have the name “FUN” displayed and then, press “>>” consecutively until the cursor is moved to “OK”.
viii. Then, press “>>” once to submit your name selection.
II. Once you’ve done above, you shall see the following:
Image Source Type?
This screen will allow you to specify what type of Image it is. You can press UP or DOWN arrow button to specify whether it is “CD” or “DVD”. Then you can press “>>” button to start loading.
III. Once your master disc has been recognized. The loading progress indicator will be displayed and you shall see the following:
123 MB Loaded
*The “123MB” indicates the amount of data has
been loaded to the Hard Drive.
IV. Once your master disc has been loaded completely, you shall see the following:
Load Image OK
Press OK to Continue
Then, you can press “>>” button to go back to the HDD Image Setup Menu.
NOTE: After loading your master disc to the Hard Drive, please make sure that you have removed your master disc from the Master Reading Tray. Fail to do so will cause improper duplication.