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Wanting to use as slave hard drive

I need to know what jumper pins i need to cover or pull out

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    ariel santos May 11, 2010

    what is the brand of your HDD? normally all HDD have diagram on the top of it (you wont miss this see the top sticker) and can help you identify which one to select either master, slave or cable select

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Hi ronrayhall,

I installed a maxtor hard drive, and they are shipped with a default of cable select. If you have this hard drive you dont need to change the jumpers. You do need to make sure however your original hard drive is also on cable select.

If you dont have a maxtor, alot of manuf. print the jumper settings on the hard drive, if not you might have to find the install instructions on the web for that drive. There is a good listing of Jumper settings at this website if its easier for you than searching the web. http://drivejumper.com/

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