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=== Ultrabay Slim CD-RW/DVD-ROM Combo II Drive ===
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=== Ultrabay Slim CD-ROM/DVD-ROM Combo Drive II (73P3288/40Y8621) ===
This is an CD-RW/DVD-ROM Combo Drive for the Ultrabay Slim.
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This is an optical drive that slides into an Ultrabay Slim.
  
 
=== Features ===
 
=== Features ===
* Read capabilities
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* Read/Write capabilities:
** CD-ROM (24x)
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** CD-ROM, CD-R, CD-RW (24x read speed)
** DVD-ROM single layer (8x)
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** CD-R, CD-RW (24x write speed)
** DVD-ROM dual layer (4x)
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** DVD-ROM, DVD±R, DVD±R DL, DVD±RW, DVD±RW DL (8x read speed)
** DVD-R, DVD-RW (4x)
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* Tray loading
** DVD-RAM (2x)
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* Activity LED
* Write capabilities
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** CD-R (24x)
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** CD-RW (24x)
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*Access Speed: 110 ms (CD-ROM) / 130 ms (DVD)
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*2 MB Buffer
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*Buffer underrun protection
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*Weight: 210g (0.46 lbs)
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====Actual Drives====
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* Matshita UJDA755y (PCC)
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* Matshita UJDA765 (PCC-RoHS)
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[[image:UltraBay Slim Optical Drive.gif|UltraBay Slim Optical Drive]]
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[http://www-307.ibm.com/pc/support/site.wss/document.do?lndocid=MIGR-54330 IBMs product overview page for this drive]
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=== Part numbers ===
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==== LG GCC-M10N (flat bezel) ====
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* 39T2687 (42T2503)
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==== LG GCC-4247N (flat bezel) ====
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* 39T2687 (39T2737)
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==== LG GCC-4246N (flat bezel) ====
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* 39T2687 (39T2686)
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==== Panasonic UJDA765 (flat bezel) ====
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* 39T2685 (39T2684)
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==== Panasonic UJDA775 (flat bezel) ====
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* 39T2685 (39T2733)
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==== LG GCC-4242N-R4 (curved bezel) ====
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* 39T2675 (39T2674), 39T2529 (39T2528)
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==== LG GCC-4242N (curved bezel) ====
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* 13N6769 (13N6768)
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==== Panasonic UJDA765 (curved bezel) ====
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* 39T2505 (39T2504)
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==== Panasonic UJDA755 (curved bezel) ====
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* 13N6771 (13N6770)
  
=== IBM Partnumbers ===
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=== Linux support ===
*Marketing PN: 73P3288 (curved bezel), 40Y8621 (flat bezel)
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If connected at boot time, the drive is normally {{path|/dev/sr0}}.
*FRU PN: 13N6771 (PCC), 13N6769 (Hitachi), 39T2505 (PCC-RoHS), 39T2578 (Panasonic)
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=== Linux Support ===
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==== Problem regarding reading video DVDs ====
If connected at boot time, the drive is {{path|/dev/hdc}}.
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When playing a region-coded video DVD for the first time using a Linux player, you may get errors such as the following:
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libdvdread: Invalid IFO for VMGM (VIDEO_TS.IFO)
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This is caused by the DVD driver's region never having been set. Use <tt>regionset</tt> to set some region and retry. It is important that you choose the region code wisely, as you will '''not''' be able to read any other regions, and you can only change the region 4 times before it becomes permanent.
  
=== Supported with ===
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With older drives you could use libdvdread to bypass a drives region restrictions, but this doesn't work in some drives, particularly those from Panasonic. Panasonic DVD drives actually refuse to read out-of-region media, and implement RPC-2 fully. This cannot be worked around in any way short of drive firmware changes, which '''are not''' available anywhere.
*ThinkPad {{T40}}, {{T40p}}, {{T41}}, {{T41p}}, {{T42}}, {{T42p}}, {{T43}}, {{T43p}}, {{T60}}, {{T60p}}, {{T61}}
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*ThinkPad {{Z60t}}
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*[[UltraBase X4]], [[ThinkPad X4 Dock]]
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== Models supporting this accessory ==
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* {{T40}}, {{T40p}}, {{T41}}, {{T41p}}, {{T42}}, {{T42p}}, {{T43}}, {{T43p}}, {{T60}}, {{T60p}}, {{T61}}, {{T61p}}
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* {{R50}}, {{R50e}}, {{R50p}}, {{R51}}, {{R51e}}, {{R52}}, {{R60}}, {{R60i}}, {{R60e}}, {{R61}}, {{R61i}}, {{R61e}}
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* {{G41}}, {{G50}}
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* {{Z Series}}
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* {{ThinkPad Advanced Dock}}
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* {{ThinkPad X4 UltraBase}}, {{ThinkPad X4 Dock}}, {{ThinkPad X6 UltraBase}}, {{ThinkPad X6 Tablet UltraBase}}
  
[[Category:Components]]
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[[Category:Ultrabay Devices]]

Latest revision as of 19:57, 13 October 2020

Ultrabay Slim CD-ROM/DVD-ROM Combo Drive II (73P3288/40Y8621)

This is an optical drive that slides into an Ultrabay Slim.

Features

  • Read/Write capabilities:
    • CD-ROM, CD-R, CD-RW (24x read speed)
    • CD-R, CD-RW (24x write speed)
    • DVD-ROM, DVD±R, DVD±R DL, DVD±RW, DVD±RW DL (8x read speed)
  • Tray loading
  • Activity LED

UltraBay Slim Optical Drive.gif

Part numbers

LG GCC-M10N (flat bezel)

  • 39T2687 (42T2503)

LG GCC-4247N (flat bezel)

  • 39T2687 (39T2737)

LG GCC-4246N (flat bezel)

  • 39T2687 (39T2686)

Panasonic UJDA765 (flat bezel)

  • 39T2685 (39T2684)

Panasonic UJDA775 (flat bezel)

  • 39T2685 (39T2733)

LG GCC-4242N-R4 (curved bezel)

  • 39T2675 (39T2674), 39T2529 (39T2528)

LG GCC-4242N (curved bezel)

  • 13N6769 (13N6768)

Panasonic UJDA765 (curved bezel)

  • 39T2505 (39T2504)

Panasonic UJDA755 (curved bezel)

  • 13N6771 (13N6770)

Linux support

If connected at boot time, the drive is normally /dev/sr0.

Problem regarding reading video DVDs

When playing a region-coded video DVD for the first time using a Linux player, you may get errors such as the following:

libdvdread: Invalid IFO for VMGM (VIDEO_TS.IFO)

This is caused by the DVD driver's region never having been set. Use regionset to set some region and retry. It is important that you choose the region code wisely, as you will not be able to read any other regions, and you can only change the region 4 times before it becomes permanent.

With older drives you could use libdvdread to bypass a drives region restrictions, but this doesn't work in some drives, particularly those from Panasonic. Panasonic DVD drives actually refuse to read out-of-region media, and implement RPC-2 fully. This cannot be worked around in any way short of drive firmware changes, which are not available anywhere.

Models supporting this accessory