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Tuesday, February 19, 2002
Sanyo CRD-BP900P CD-RW

2. Installation

Sanyo CRD-BP900P IDE CDR-W - Page 2

Package

The pre-release OEM version included only a drive. Below there is a picture of the Sanyo CRD-BP900P:

The Sanyo CRD-BP900P IDE CDR-W Drive

 

Sanyo CRD-BP900P CDR-W Specifications:

Interface

EIDE/ATAPI

Transfer Rate

12X-32x CAV read
(1800KB/s - 4800KB/s Data Transfer Rate)

Writing/Reading Speed

              Writing : CDR    1x, 2x, 4x, 8x, 12x
               CDRW 2x,4x
Reading : 32x (max) Full CAV
               Note     - Data : 12-32x
                           - CDDA Extraction : 13x (max)

Writing Methods

Disc At Once (DAO)
Session At Once (SAO)
Track At Once (TAO)
Packet Writing

Data Capacity supported

700MB (79min)
650MB (74min)
550MB (63min)

Burst Transfer Rate

5mb/s (max) (asynchronous)
20mb/s (max) (synchronous)

Functions

Multi Read, Horizontal, Analog output, Plug & Play/ SCAM Compatible, Flash ROM

Data Buffer

2MB

Supported CD Formats

CD-DA, CD-ROM (MODE-1,MODE-2), CD-ROM XA MODE-2(FORM-1,FORM-2), Multi-Session Photo CD, CD-I, Video-CD, CD Extra, CD+G, CD-RW, CD-Text

Installation :
The Sanyo CRD-BP900P is an IDE CDR-W drive. We installed the drive on the Secondary IDE Channel, as the master drive. During boot-up, the BIOS identified the drive as the Sanyo CRD-BP900P. This was also true for Windows 98 SE. Minor configuration changes were made to Windows 98 SE. These were: disabling auto-insert notification and ensuring DMA was enabled.

The Sanyo CRD-BP900P supplied was manufactured in April 2000. The onboard firmware revision was version 3.0p20. After some time Sanyo provided us with a newer firmware revision for the drive: v3.20. This firmware fixed several bugs.

Currently, the following software supports the Sanyo CRD-BP900P: Nero v5.0.0.9, NTI CD Maker 2000 v4.0.22, Prassi PrimoCD Plus v1.1.356, BHA Bs Recorder Gold (only in Japanese language), Feurio v1.32 and Padus DiscJuggler v2.00.419 beta. All support the BURN-Proof feature on this drive.

Test Machine:
ABIT BH6
Celeron 300A over clocked to 464 MHz
164 MB SDRAM PC 100
WD 18GB UDMA 66
Quantum Fireball EX 6.4 GB UDMA
DAWI 2975 - PCI (ULTRA) SCSI Host Adapter
Asus 3400 TNT
MS Windows 98SE
Plextor UltraPlex 40max firmware v1.03
Sanyo CRD-BP2 firmware v2.21
Sanyo CRD-BP900P firmware v3.20




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