[jhb_airlines] Re: Next Problem

  • From: Mr Winskill <gwinsk@xxxxxxx>
  • To: <jhb_airlines@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 28 Sep 2006 15:28:59 BST

I'd forgotten the jumper pins, too. Even so I'm sure that the last one added 
didn't involve me in the manicure wrecking job. Reading the website 
instructions jogs tyhe memory. If the PC is relativel recent then it's Slave / 
Master position is assessed automatically. I probably had it in OK but forgot 
that Explorer can't see it until the My Computer route has been taken to Disk 

Next time I do it I'll have to ak the same questions, again.

Gerry Winskill

Wilding, Colin <cwilding@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote :

> Gerry,
> As a total novice at these type of things, I remember fitting a CD rom
> drive to a computer of mine.  That wouldn't appear under My Computer
> either.  On the back of the CD rom were three pairs of pins with a
> vertical plastic connector joining two of them.  Keeping the plastic
> connector vertical, I moved it to a different set of pins.  Something to
> do with slave and master.  It solved my problem.  Sorry if it's stating
> the bleedin' obvious but only thing I can think of.
> Colin
> Colin Wilding
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> Sent: 28 September 2006 15:39
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> Subject: [jhb_airlines] Next Problem
> SWMBO having just returned from Douglas, with a new 80Gb hard drive, I'm
> trying to get it going. Like much equipment, these days, the nearest
> thing to documentation is a &quot;made in Taiwan&quot; sticker.
> I've plugged it in, using the vacant IDE and power plugs from the
> earlier setup. When re booted, several times, it doesn't appear uder My
> Computer.
> Am I missing something obvious?
> Gerry Winskill
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