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Old 14 September 2007, 20:15   #1
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ide woes

Hi all,

I have a classic A1200 with an internal hard drive, and a ide cd rom drive together with a zip 100. I used to run the last two drives on one cable via idefix 97 hardware.Due to moving the zip recently I now need to use two cables - one cable for each. If I do this the H.DISK lights continually and the machine refuses to boot.Trying another configuration the PSU failed to power up and I thought it was a goner.Took the second cable off and the PSU was as good as new.My internal drive has two sets of pins for jumpering but I dont have a jumper of the right size and dont know if I would be causing more harm than good......er....HELP!!! Thanks in advance and if it's something really silly STOP LAUGHING....er if thats alright with you
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