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Posted on 2004-08-03
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Under Disk Drives in Device Manager, when I view the properties of a hard drive, next to Location it says its "location 0 (0)"

im assuming this is the location on the IDE chain?

being:

0 (0) primary master
0 (1) primary slave
1 (0) secondary master
1 (1) secondary slave

correct?
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Hi techempire,

Yep, correct :)

Greetings,

LucF
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thanks :)
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You're welcome :)

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