Ordinate pin-1 to pin-1, striped side of HD cable???Then you need to tell the system bios, that no HD is present for the SCSI to be used, *IF* no other HD is present, otherwise leave as is for the current HDs. Next, address the SCSI HD as #1 on its jumpers or what is called #1, but not #0, if it has it. You will need a "terminator plug" to either place on the last device of the SCSI chain or on the HD itself, provided it has a place for it. Further info should be gotten from the SCSI card maker/vendor as to how to use thier device. Quatum is now owned by the Maxtor HD makers, check there and look-up your model HD. The above info is generic in terms, but it should get you in the right direction, I'm sure it a simple step overlooked. Understand also, the HD has to readidied for use once acknowleged, etc., format, OS loaded if its the primary
good luck -----Willy
i have recently bought a scsi drive and card, win xp finds the 'symbios logic'(compaq) card fine but once the drive is put on it wont find it in the bios and windows just wont start.... i have tryed to find drivers for the 'quantum atlas 10k3 72 wls' scsi drive but there isnt any
also im not sure where the jumpers are supposed to go on this thing... please someone help!!!