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Can not find taret chip

I have a 7 bay (i-master & 6-slave). Lately, I can only get the top two slave driv to work. I am getting the can not find targe chip error message. Can you point me in the right direction to resolve this issue?
I have swapped out the last drive and put it in the third slave drive bay but still get the same message

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