Re: SCSI hard drive: Input/output error
Date: 12 Aug 2005 06:07:31 -0700
I've looked at it before. I think it already has a terminator.
I took a spare SCSI drive, also 9GB, and put it in place of the failed
one. I installed Fedora Core 3 on it wonderfully. There was an option
during install to configure another disk. I did not have the jumpers
set at that time.
But I once I set the jumpers to indicate a different SCSI-ID, what
program do I run to configure that disk so I can see both of them at
the same time?
- Re: SCSI hard drive: Input/output error
... I installed Fedora Core 3 on it wonderfully. ... > during install to configure another disk. ... I did not have the jumpers ... Once you've jumpered it to a different SCSI-ID, the kernel will map it to ...
- Re: HD Upgrade
... After resetting the HD jumpers, ... And that your source disk is bootable ... When you say you used "Norton Ghost to copy my old HD...", ... When both drives are connected - your original disk as Primary Master and ...
- Re: ntldr is missing error - second hd
... > Master/Slave Disk ... > Whether a disk is a master or a slave is determined by ... > one or several jumpers on the disk. ... >> the secondary slave disk. ...
- Re: Is there a way to identify the device
... The disk addresses are normally set by Berg jumpers on the drive's ... things like setting disk jumpers -- that's just giving them ...
- Re: Accessing a disk
... Unfortunately I bought the new disk on the internet, ... if I need more jumpers then as you advise I'll ... Go to the shop with your drive and ask the technician ...