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How to slave the new SCSI HDD

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Hello Fred...SCSI's are not all the same...
Is the SCSI controller built in to your motherboard or an add-in SCSI card? SCSI HDD's have selector switches on the back with numbers instead of master/slave jumpers...
Your motherboard BIOS might have an option...etc.
Go to your HDD's Mfrs. website...they will normaly have an overlay of the drive and it's applications.
Hope this helps...good luck.

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