Question about Maxtor 8E036JO 36G 80PINS SCSI 15K RPM HDD Hard Drive

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Trying to find the jumper settings for a Seagate 36G 80PINS SCSI 15K RPM HDD Hard Drive with an apparent part number 8E036JO (all my Google searches say it's a Maxtor), but the one I have is Seagate. The Maxtor one's don't have jumper settings. Thanks Rod

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SCSI hard drives and devices have a jumper setting to configure the SCSI ID.
Each SCSI device must have a different ID.
The jumper/s are set for the following positions across 3 pairs of pins
: : : = SCSI ID = 0 no jumpers - usually for the boot hard drive
: : I = SCSI ID = 1
: I : = SCSI ID = 2
: I I = SCSI ID = 3
I : : = SCSI ID = 4
I : I = SCSI ID = 5
I I : = SCSI ID = 6
I I I = SCSI ID = 7
This gives a total of 8 possible SCSI devices on one SCSI controller.

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