On Fri, 25 Jan 2008 14:37:07 -0800
"Nerius Landys" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> correct me if I'm wrong
> someone. It seems that the issue is a hardware issue. For example, try a
> different jumper configuration on the back of the physical hard drive.
> Also, there are probably two places on the IDE cable where you can plug in
> your hard drive. Try plugging your hard drive to the very end IDE connector
> (not the middle one) and try setting the hard drive jumper configuration to
> "master". This might help. Just an idea.
Thanks for the suggestions ....
The jumper leads are set to Mater with no slave
I have tried using the other IDE conector, but it makes no difference
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