I got bored this afternoon and opened it up... There's a strip of tape on the
underneath that holds two ribbon cables in place, this has to be removed before
the drive will come out... once it's out it's obvious where the ID jumper is.
Terminating resistors are installed, I've lost the use of the eject button
though... I'll have to hang the eject button out the front, but other than
that It seems fine....
John Ronan <j0n at tssg.wit.ie>,
Telecommunications Software Systems Group - WIT, +353-51-302411,
You can tell you're are getting old when:
That sweet young thang you were just gonna hit on calls you sir.
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