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Maxtor hard drive Jumper settings 52049h3 jumper settings

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Anyone know what they are?
I have a drive slaved and I wasnt to make it the only one - i.e. the master.

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The jumper settings may be printed on the hard drive's labeling, so check there.  If not, refer to page 2-5  of the PDF at http://www.seagate.com/staticfiles/maxtor/en_us/documentation/manuals/dm_plus_45_ultra_ata100_manual.pdf

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Or just remove the jumpers entirely. In most cases it will default to either Master or CS (Cable Select). If you have only one drive plugged into the cable then no problem, if you have two just connect the master end of the cable to the drive.
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