Question about IBM 1200 watt for Bladecenter (Type 8677) - Qty2 x Fru 49P2045 - (Requires 2.8m Jumper Cord P/N 36... (48P7052B) Power Supply

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Wants to get more explanations.

I am a cameroonian, age 24 and a worker with an NGO called LukmefCameroon as a System Administrator. I have so many problems on how to set jumpers on Motherboards, Hard drives, CD-ROMs etc so i want you people to help me with diagrams and notes that could help me.
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Different motherboards and hard drives use different settings for each application unless U work on identical machines with identical parts. MAXTOR,SEAGATE ( old er 1's ) QUANTUM,CAVALIER,IBM deskstar, etc use different jumper settings depending on the application.. EXAMPLE older maxtor hard drtives set JUMPER 50 to run as a master with no slave present jumper 50 is the jumper closest to the ide cable ..

System administrator eh ?? allrighty then ..

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