Internal drive removal and installation - NetVista 2259, 6049
There are two different size "bays" into which each of the various drives will fit. Take a close look at the drive and determine which is the "bay" for the floppy diskette drive. Install the floppy diskette drive into the upper side of the storage bay.
Slide the drive in the appropriate location. For a 3.5 inch drive, secure the two screws located on the both side of the storage bay.
You can easily see where the screw holes in the drive line up.
To install the hard disk drive, follow the diskette drive installation instructions above.
For the CD-ROM drive, gently open the door panel.
Slide the CD-ROM drive into the bay and align the drive's faceplate with the front of the case.
When the CD-ROM drive is positioned correctly, secure the drive to the bay using four screws.
Close the door panel. This completes the setup for the CD-ROM drive.
Next, you should get familiar with the cables that are used with the various drives. The first cable is use for the floppy drives, the second cable is for the hard disk drive and the third long cable is use for the CD-ROM drive. For the power cables, the cable has peripheral and floppy drive power connector and is designed to connect from the power supply to the drives.
Plug the CD-ROM cable into the primary IDE channel on the system board. The edge of the cable that is red determines its orientation. Push the CD-ROM cable squarely onto the primary pins.
Connect the other end of the cable to the CD-ROM drive. Note the orientation of the cable before trying to connect it.
Next, plug the hard disk drive cable into the secondary IDE channel on the system board. The edge of the cable that is red determines its orientation. Push the hard disk drive cable squarely onto the secondary pins.
Following the same procedure mentioned in step 10. Connect the other end of the cable to the hard disk drive.
Lastly, connect the cables of the diskette drive as you did with the CD-ROM and hard disk drive. The edge of the cable that is yellow should situate firmly on the plastic shroud.
Then connect the other end to the diskette drive.
Use the audio cable provided with the CD-ROM drive to connect the audio connector on the rear edge of the CD-ROM drive to one of the audio-in connectors on the system board. The audio sound does not come from the system board itself.
Attach the other end of the cable to the controller on the system board.
Then attach the other end of the cable to the CD-ROM drive audio port. This completes the installation for the CD-ROM, diskette and hard drive.