Question about Car Audio & Video
when you go to the bios do you see the disk in there? also is the jumpers set correctly? other disk as master and other disk as slave.
No io don't see the disk in there.
\Yes, the jumpers is the clip you remove and re position.
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Master/Slave designation is determined by jumpers on IDE
drives. Most drives have adequate markings on them to identify these jumper positions.
If not marked clearly, you will need the manufacturer's data to determine that
If you are curious about a working system just power-up in set-up mode (usually by depressing (f1-or-f2) during boot-up sequence, your system-bios will display this information for you.
Jumpers for a PC hard drive are next to the power connector. Mostly in between the power connector and the data cable connector. These are used for setting up Master/Slave settings and also to limit capacity of the HDD seen by PC BIOS on some older hard disks. Usually settings which are selected by jumper setting to various locations are printed on the hard disk information sticker.
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