jumper settings for 2nd hdd

  rambus 19:57 30 Sep 03

would like to install my old harddrive alongside my new one so i can dual boot xp and win98se.
am unsure what the jumper configuration needs to be on slave hdd. any advice would be very welcome.

  Djohn 19:58 30 Sep 03

Set the jumpers to "Slave". j.

  MjM Hellfire 20:05 30 Sep 03


  rambus 20:08 30 Sep 03

thats the problem guys i dont know what the settings are for slave as my old hdd is out off the machine and still set as master.

  MichelleC 20:09 30 Sep 03

Is there a diagram, as different makes have different settings?

  holly polly 20:15 30 Sep 03

wot make is the hdd?-usually have jumper settings printed on the case ,failing that ,usually a quick peek at the manafacturors website can usually enlighten you -regards -hol pol -and gday Djohn...

  rambus 20:15 30 Sep 03

no MichelleC theres no info just the physical beast.
there is a row of 3 pins a space and another pin,
then a second row with 5 pins.
the 1st pin on each row is joined by a jumper, the 2nd and 3rd pin on top row is joined by a jumper. hope this makes sense.

  MjM Hellfire 20:16 30 Sep 03

What is the name of the HD you have, the exact one, then we can lookup what the settings are?

I would goto the makers of the HD on the internet and look it up, should show a diagram of settings.

  powerless 20:16 30 Sep 03

There will surely a maufacturers name?

  rambus 20:18 30 Sep 03

its a maxtor, model 90431u1

  powerless 20:26 30 Sep 03

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