Question about Seagate (ST3300655LW) 300 GB SCSI Ultra320 Hard Drive
Please help me to solve this problem tnx
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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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Diagram and user-selectable options (on NP models only)
Below is a diagram of the main board of SCSI HDD and also a summary of the user-selectable options including guidelines for installation
of the HDD.
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