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No jumper setting needed it is based on cd rom connectivity wire.......use first block to make it master
as it contain to blocksneed jumper settings to make ASUS CD-ROM-S480/ah - cooleoakash.jpg

Posted on Nov 14, 2010

  • RussDodson Aug 06, 2011

    Wrong. Both of the IDE 'blocks' receive Master and Slave information supplied by the jumpers on the back of the CD device. There are three positions: 1. Cable Select (CS) - Both must be set to CS. The Master is the first connector on the cable and the Slave the second; 2. Master (MA) - the other device (if any) must be set to Slave (SL).

    I am looking for the jumper settings for the Drive itself. thanx

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