I just got an iomega ide. My problem is that I'm running
scsi hard drives and when I connect the iomega to my
onboard ide the system wants to boot off of the
iomega...I don't want that. I want to continue to boot off
the scsi hard drives. How do I fix it?
A little system information:
Pentium pro 200
pci scsi card (buslogic bt-946c)
2-2 gig seagate baracuda's
20x cdrom as master and iomega as slave
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