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Sata cable & pata cable have a any jumper setting

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The hard drive / optical drive have jumper settings, not the motherboard. PATA has jumper settings, but SATA do not require any. The diagram of the setting is drawn on the hard disk itself below the serial number etc. For SATA, look on the motherboard for the SATA ports. Each port will be named as like SATA 0, SATA 1 etc. If you want the hardd disk to boot first, plug it in SATA 0. and the next device in SATA 1. However, you can also set the first and other boot device from the BIOS itself, in case of SATA.

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One needs to be a master and one needs to be pegged as a slave. You can have seperate OS..Win 7 on ons and XP on the other then at post screen you can select which OS you want.

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