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Ibm ddrs-34560 ? mettre en slave

Hi, i would put my hard disk in slave ans i don't find the right position of the jumper at the rear of hard disk. Could you please help me ? thanks

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  • goupil Feb 23, 2008

    Thank you sagacious, I've found this page too, but is it not very explicit for a beginner... I don't know where I must put the jumper to have a slave control ? In fisrt time, it was on 3 & 4 pins jumpered and it was in master mode... (sorry, english isn't my language)... ;-)

  • goupil Feb 23, 2008

    thank's for your help and comment...

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This is a SCSI drive. You need to set an ID using jumpers as shown here
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    SCSI drives dont run as slaves-they are "chained". pick an SCSI ID and set it with jumpers on the upper right. If this drive is the last in the chain make sure it's terminated

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