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Friday, November 11, 2005
Vantec AVOX Jukebox

3. Installation

It is very easy to install a 2.5" hard disk of your choice. There are detailed images and instructions in the user's manual. However, we demonstrate here the whole procedure.

First of all, you have to remove the back panel and the front plate.

Then, you can plug the hard disk onto the circuit board. Remember to set the jumpers to MASTER. In our case, no jumper was needed.

Finally, you can secure the hard drive on the circuit board by using the provided screws to prevent the hard disk from moving inside the AVOX box. .

As you can see, installation steps are pretty straight forward. Even if you have never seen a circuit board or if you consider yourself a novice user, you will not have any problem connecting your hard disk to the AVOX Jukebox. Just follow the provided instructions in the user's manual and use these photos as reference.




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