Kanguru U2D User Manual
3.4 Duplicating Using the Internal Hard Drive as the Source
The USB Duplicator has an internal hard drive that allows you to load an image of a USB drive directly
onto the hard drive. This provides you with a convenient way to store common jobs directly on the
Note: When you designate the internal hard drive as the Source location it frees up an additional USB
port, which would normally be used as the Source location, for use as a Target port.
First you need to designate your USB Duplicator’s internal hard drive as the Source location.
1. From the Main menu, hold the ‘SET’ button to enter the SETUP menu.
2. From the SETUP menu, tap the ‘SET’ button to navigate to the SELECT SOURCE option.
3. Tap the ‘RUN’ button to change the SELECT SOURCE option to “H”. This will designate the
internal hard drive as the source location.
Next you have to load an image of your USB drive to the internal hard drive:
1. From the SETUP menu, hold the ‘SET’ button to return to the Main menu.
2. From the Main menu, tap the ‘SET’ button to navigate to LOAD.
3. Connect the USB drive into any of the USB ports on the top row. When the Source drive has been
initialized you will see the following screen.
Name of the current image file
READY TO GO . . .
Size of the USB drive
4. Tap the ‘RUN’ button. The duplicator will ask you to input a name for the image file.
>  SEL IMG FILE
To enter the image file name:
a. The image file name consists of three digits. The digit furthest to the right will be blinking,
indicating that it is currently selected. Tap the ‘RUN’ button to increase the digit by one.
b. Tap the ‘SET’ button to select the next digit to the left. Tap the ‘RUN’ button to increase the
digit by one. Repeat this step as necessary.
Note: If the image file name you enter is the same as the name of an image file previously
stored on the internal hard drive, then the old file will be overwritten.
Duplicating Using the Internal Hard Drive as the Source