Question about Seagate ST3200822AS 200 GB Hard Drive
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is a SATA drive. SATA drives do not have a master/slave setting.
This is simpler than you think!
Install your SATA drive and reboot into the BIOS setup
Go to the Boot drive sequence window
Make any other drive the boot drive
At this point, you can select the SATA drive as the next boot drive, or set the sequence to "No other boot drives"
Re-bhoot .... SATA drive is now the D drive unless you change the drive letter in the disk manager
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
Is the Seagate ST3200822AS an External Drive ( like USB connectivity ) or actual Hard Drive ? Even if it is Internal Hard Drive, You can make connect it to Win 7 and still keep it as Seperate Drive.
Connect the Hard Drive to Win 7 PC and Make it Slave ( partition ) by changing the Jumper on the Hard Drive ( jumper is a small pin or a lock that makes a Hard Drive Primary or Slave.
Once you connect the HD to Win 7, you will find new Drives Created in Win 7, this way you will differentiate between the Win 7 Drives and XP Drives
This link will how you the jumper position : Remove the jumper from slot 1 and put it in slot 2
Posted on Jun 30, 2010
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