The C/D jumper is used to determine whether the drive is a master (drive C) or a slave
(drive D). The drive is configured as a master, when jumpered, and a slave when not jumpered.
The ATA/ISA jumper is used when daisy-chaining two drives. This jumper may have to be removed when this drive is used together with older (Pre-ATA) drives. The cable select (CS) jumper is used in systems implementing cable select, in which master or slave is determined by the connector attached to the task file interface.
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|CMOS Drive Parameters|
* 1024 Cylinders should be entered into the CMOS parameters unless the drive is being used with a device driver, BIOS, or OS capable of supporting extended cylinders or LBA.
|Side: 6-32 UNC-2B .16 Max. Insertion|
|Bottom: 6-32 UNC-2B .22 Max. Insertion|