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Old 14 July 2002, 23:41   #1
Mick_AKA
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Quantum GO Drive

I have rescently ressurected my A1200 and decided that i would try to fit my 120mb 2.5" Quantum GO Drive into it. The drive fits in fine, and when i turn on the Amiga the drive bursts into life. Unfortunately HDInstTool - Harddisk Installation Tool will not detect the drive!

I have the Drive set to Single, not Slave or Cable Select

The drive worked fine in my laptop before removed and as far as I know still has windows 3.11 installed on it.

Can anyone help me to get this drive working?

Please help! Any suggestions are greatly appreciated.
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Old 14 July 2002, 23:50   #2
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Remove all Jumpers and try again, on some IDE drive this is like magic Else try CABLE SELECT ! This is really difficult, some of my older IDE HD´s only boot up with no Jumper at all, some only boot up when jumpered as Master other with Cable Select
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