Hard drive jumper settings required.

From: Hotze <photze_at_batelco.com.bh>
Date: Mon Nov 3 08:31:12 1997

I'm not sure about the actual jumper settings, but if you have web access,
I would check out http://www.computercraft.com for more info. They have
everything from benchmarks to how to upgrade a 486.

        Tim D. Hotze

From: Daniel A. Seagraves <dseagrav_at_bsdserver.tek-star.net>
To: Discussion re-collecting of classic computers
Subject: Hard drive jumper settings required.
Date: Monday, November 03, 1997 4:44 PM

I'm going to attach this to the QD21, so I need to reset the jumpers.
IBM 115MB ESDI drive, type 0669, sequence # 104040108
There are 6 DIP switched behind the drive terminator. I'm told I have to
use a straight-through cable, so I went and got one.
The drive does nothing. With a crossover cable (Where the pins are
crossed, a normal PC cable) it went click-clunk, click-clunk, and did
nothing. The drive is known good. (I pulled it from a PS/2 which we
upgraded to a SCSI drive)
If anyone works at Advanced Technology Services, the drive came from Cat
origionally and has the ATS sticker "ATS-444862"
Another barcode on top of the drive by the air inlet says "B1AF3092241"
Received on Mon Nov 03 1997 - 08:31:12 GMT

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