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The pin settings are nest to the power connector.
If the location is not shown on the label then it will be marked on the circuit board.
MA = Master
SL = Slave
CS = Cable select

Posted on Sep 28, 2010

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PLACETHE JUMPER IN THE MASTER AT FIRST POSITION AND REMOVE ALL JUMPERS FROM YOUR SLAVE DRIVE IT WILL BE DETECTED AS SLAVE... :-)

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SOURCE: need master slave configuration

First set the jumper pin for master or slave configuration as provided in the cover of the hard disk.

Posted on Mar 20, 2009

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Look at the outside carefully. A drives have little pictures or something that tells what pins are for what. But if not, then look at the Western Digital site:
http://www.scsifaq.org/scsifaq.html
I can't tell you because they make 3 different configurations.

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see this page

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