The following values are used to set the PC/AT CMOS Table.
Cylinder 968 Heads 10 Sectors 34 Write Precomp None or 65535* Landing Zone 968
*= The Quantum ProDrive does not require Write Pre compensation, your CMOS setting should be set to reflect that this feature is not enabled. A value of 65535 is a number that many BIOS manufactures use to disable this feature if the value 'none' is not present.
The Prodrive has three drive mode jumper options; DS, SP and SS. To configure the drive as;
The SP jumper is only used when the second drive in a two drive
configuration does not support DASP. DASP (Drive active / drive
1 present) is a CAM (Common Access Method) defined signal that
indicates the presence of a second drive, DASP is used during
power on initialization and after a reset. Prior to this definition,
products were introduced which did not utilize this method to
detect the presence of a second drive. The SP jumper is only used
on the MASTER drive, with the DS jumper, when the second drive
does not support DASP.