Re: Problems with IDE master/slave settings on Blue & White
On Mon, 16 Aug 2004 email@example.com wrote:
> >Both should have CS jumpered. In that case master or slave depends on the
> >position of the drive on the cable.
> Hmmm, when I do this, I can no longer *see* the hd under macos9....
> cdrom is the first on the cable, hd comes second...
Or perhaps this is a Mac that doesn't support IDE slaves, i.e. only one device
per IDE chain?
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