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Hi where is the jumper to put the hard drive into slave position on a hitachi TRAVELSTAR HTS541080G9SA00 ? I cannot find it Many thanks best regards

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There are no jumpers to set on a SATA drive since they all use individual interfaces with the motherboard.
All you can do is connect the drive you want as master to the first SATA header,slave to the second,and then set the boot priority in BIOS.
They don't have jumper pins like the old days.
Post again if you have questions,and if this helps would you rate my post?
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