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Hi Robert Bissett, The amiga drive Chinon F-354 have jumpers, long itme ago I did this. I think you have to set a jumper for the drive there is both normally marked with DS0 one of the drives need to be changed to DS1.
hi there, only very old floppy drives used jumpers in case two drives were installed so they could be set as A and B. Nowadays floppy drives are jumperless and are set by automatically according to which cable connector plugs into the drive. That's why floppy drive cables have some twisted wires so they can set drives as A and B in case more then one drive is being used in the same system, which is also rare these days. :)
Unless floppy drive cables have changed in the past few years, they're designed for 2 floppy drives, with the jumpers on both set the same way. There's a small twist in the cable that changes the drive addresses instead.
Or you could just replace the existing drive with the new one.
If you're using an IDE cable and a fairly modern motherboard, just plug one IDE into the first drive, the second IDE into the second drive, and then plug in the IDE cable to the motherboard, and it should automatically configure the drives regardless of jumpers.
Install first the media center on the primary harddrive with master jumpered.. when everything is working fine... then proceed to the next harddrive. Set its jumper to slave not cable select and install xp pro, it ask you for an option to have dual boot then select the location of windows to be installed...