> Thanks for clearing that up, that makes a lot of sense to me.
> Hmmm, the training I received when I was in Gateway (probably should not
> have put too much faith in that though) stated that the extra
> cable/pin was
> for inverting the signal. However the Promise Tech. white paper
> states it is
> for grounding. The Western Digital white paper on
> states they are for grounding, as well as karbosguide.com.
>> Anyway, that's enough for me. That should teach me not to trust
> too much in
> any training given by Gateway ; ).
Which confirms my opinion of Gateway tech support :-)
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