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Connor type 63 Hard Drive

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I am trying to slave a Connor type 63 hard drive and cannot find any information regarding the jumper settings or manual settings for this item.

Does anyone have the information or can someone direct me to a suitable site?
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by:wayneb
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Here is a site that lists all connor drives and jumper settings etc.

http://www.seagate.com/support/disc/specs/cnrspec.shtml

You will have to know the model # of the drive.
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by:ryanic
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Most conner hard disk can be set to slave by taking away all jumpers. Give it a try. Maybe it will work.
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theh95 earned 100 total points
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The jumpers may be in front of your hard drive. for slave setting I remember it should be all open.
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by:bobble092898
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OK the jumper settings are confirmed, but now my bios will not auto recognise / configure the drive.  Does anyone have any more information on this drive i.e. sectors etc.

Thanks

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by:wayneb
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I gave you the link to the new owner of connor, seagate with all jumper settings, and many other settings.

http://www.seagate.com/support/disc/specs/cnrspec.shtml 
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