I am running XP Pro SP3 on an IBM Intellistation 6230. The installed SCSI drive is an IBM-ESXS MAP3367NP. It works fine.
I installed a Fujitsu MAT314NC (with a 68-80 adapter). The drive is recognized in SCSI bio, in XPs device manager, but it is not recognized by XP. It shows up in disk management as healthy, but with no file system.
The first drive is SCSI 0 so I put the jumper for SCSI 1 on the new Fujitsu drive. It doesn't recognize it.
Question. Do I need to put a jumper on the old IBM drive as well as one on the new drive?
I couldn't get XP to recognize it so I booted into a Live Linux CD and mounted the drive. I ran some tests on the drive to confirm it was healthy. The disk diagnostics all came back healthy. I then installed UBUNTU on the new Fujitsu drive.
Using GRUB I can boot to Ubuntu on the new drive and see the old Windows drive.
However I still can see or access the new drive when I boot to windows.