Also, you could check that you're using the correct connector on the cable,
there's generally two, one before and one after a twist in the cable !
Proinnsias (who can't remember which one is correct)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Vincent Cunniffe [SMTP:vcunniff at arbgroup.com]
>> Sometimes you need to use the cable that came with the motherboard
> for the floppy, serial or parallel sockets.
>> Odd, but true.
>> So, try both your old cable and the new one that you should have got
> with the motherboard.
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