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Old 03 August 2002, 20:56   #7
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Well, it's fixed. seems like some BIOS setting was fucking up teh bootup, and not the drive, who is working like a charm! I love WD :P

I booted with a diskette and saw all the contents of teh drive were there, so I thought WTF!

Fiddled around with the BIOS and now boots again, and as master (with a ZIP as secondary)

It's hooked with the 80 cable ribbon, to primary IDE0. I dont know how to activate UDMA but the drive's manual doesnt say a thing about it being UDMA compliant! It's a WD Caviar 38400.

Anyway, thanks for your help! Much apreciated!
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