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Installing two SCSI Hard Drives

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#1 Cheesezilla


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Posted 18 September 2009 - 05:05 PM

Hey everyone, i know i asked this question a while ago. But thankfully, i have gained abit more knowladge with the SCSI HDD and hopefully i can make this a little less complicated.

Basically, from what ive learned is that in order to get both of them to boot up without any problems, i need to assign them different IDs.

Unfortunatelly, thats were i draw a blank. I know how to access the SCSI card and change stuff. But im affraid i might change the wrong thing.

Hopefully there is someone on here who has hooked up two SCSI HDD before.

Thanks for reading!
Have a great day! :thumbsup: :flowers: :trumpet:

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