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Maxtor hard drive jumper setting for model 6v200e0

Need to know maxtor hard drive jumper setting for model 6v200e0 (Serial ATA)

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here is a poster of Maxtors jumper settings for each kind of drive.

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Serial ATA drives don't need master/slave jumpers. You can choose "computer select". In fact, you should be a ble to run an ATA drive with no jumper. When you enter set up, it should automatically be recognized with the right bios version.

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PLEASE NOTE: Unlike standard ATA
Advanced Technology Attachment. ATA is the most common interface used in consumer and corporate PCs today because of its lower cost and very favorable performance. ATA is also known as IDE (Integrated Drive Electronics) in the hard disk drive industry.', OFFSETY, -50, FONTCOLOR, '#C1C1C1', WIDTH, 225, BORDERWIDTH, 0, JUMPVERT, true, SHADOW, false, FADEIN, 100, FADEOUT, 100, STICKY, 1, DURATION, -300, CLOSEBTN, false, CLICKCLOSE, true, BGCOLOR, '#232323')" onmouseout="UnTip()">ATA
drives, Serial ATA drives DO NOT require the use of jumpers to configure the drive. Please disregard any references to jumper settings and Master
A Parallel ATA drive controller can support up to two drives. A drive designated as the Master drive means that it is the primary drive on the controller. This is the drive that is usually used to contain the operating system for the computer. The slave drive is usually an additional drive in a computer used to storage additional data. A drive usually uses jumpers to tell the computer whether it is the master or slave. Jumpers are small plastic pieces that fit on metal pins on the back of a hard drive and completes a circuit. PATA controllers support up to 2 drives per cable. Most PATA drives contain a Cable Select jumper setting which means that if the drive is connected to the end of the cable, it is the Master. If it is placed in the middle of the cable, it is then designated the Slave.', OFFSETY, -50, FONTCOLOR, '#C1C1C1', WIDTH, 225, BORDERWIDTH, 0, JUMPVERT, true, SHADOW, false, FADEIN, 100, FADEOUT, 100, STICKY, 1, DURATION, -300, CLOSEBTN, false, CLICKCLOSE, true, BGCOLOR, '#232323')" onmouseout="UnTip()">Master
, Slave
A Parallel ATA drive controller can support up to two drives. A drive designated as the Master drive means that it is the primary drive on the controller. This is the drive that is usually used to contain the operating system for the computer. The slave drive is usually an additional drive in a computer used to storage additional data. A drive usually uses jumpers to tell the computer whether it is the master or slave. Jumpers are small plastic pieces that fit on metal pins on the back of a hard drive and completes a circuit. PATA controllers support up to 2 drives per cable. Most PATA drives contain a Cable Select jumper setting which means that if the drive is connected to the end of the cable, it is the Master. If it is placed in the middle of the cable, it is then designated the Slave.', OFFSETY, -50, FONTCOLOR, '#C1C1C1', WIDTH, 225, BORDERWIDTH, 0, JUMPVERT, true, SHADOW, false, FADEIN, 100, FADEOUT, 100, STICKY, 1, DURATION, -300, CLOSEBTN, false, CLICKCLOSE, true, BGCOLOR, '#232323')" onmouseout="UnTip()">Slave
and Cable Select
A Parallel ATA drive controller can support up to two drives. A drive designated as the Master drive means that it is the primary drive on the controller. This is the drive that is usually used to contain the operating system for the computer. The slave drive is usually an additional drive in a computer used to storage additional data. A drive usually uses jumpers to tell the computer whether it is the master or slave. Jumpers are small plastic pieces that fit on metal pins on the back of a hard drive and completes a circuit. PATA controllers support up to 2 drives per cable. Most PATA drives contain a Cable Select jumper setting which means that if the drive is connected to the end of the cable, it is the Master. If it is placed in the middle of the cable, it is then designated the Slave.', OFFSETY, -50, FONTCOLOR, '#C1C1C1', WIDTH, 225, BORDERWIDTH, 0, JUMPVERT, true, SHADOW, false, FADEIN, 100, FADEOUT, 100, STICKY, 1, DURATION, -300, CLOSEBTN, false, CLICKCLOSE, true, BGCOLOR, '#232323')" onmouseout="UnTip()">Cable Select
configurations in the Maxtor Installation Guide.


This was taken Directly from the installation manual!

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