Re: conner jumper settings

Re: conner jumper settings

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Posted by Ben on December 20, 2001 at 07:22:52:

In Reply to: conner jumper settings posted by John on July 22, 2000 at 18:30:11:

: I have an older conner drive i don't know what model it is there are a bunch of numbers on it it's from an old pacard bell comp. 486 DX model. I need to know how to set it as slave drive any help or a pointer in the right direction would be great thanks

: by the way the jumpers are in two group a group of three on the left with two connection on the extreme and a group of four with not conectors in the right
: [] = connectors :=jumpers

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I think I have the same one!!
On the top the second line is the model number EG
CP3000 if it is this then it is only 43MB !!
I also think that the ones you are looking at are not the jumpers for slave/master.
They are on the bottom.
Conner Peripherals merged with Seagate in '96 so try



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