Subject: Re: Drive Jumpers for Adaptec 1542B and Seagate ST4376N drive...
To: Dave Burgess <>
From: Michael L. VanLoon -- <>
List: current-users
Date: 06/13/1995 23:22:33
>When I try and set them up for NetBSD (both release and -current) I get
>a lot of Status 16 and Status 1A messages.  I think it is because of one
>of the jumpers on the hard drive, but I don't have any docs for the
>drives.  Does anybody have the jumper info for the drive?

Seagate, like many other drive manufacturers (Quantum, Conner, etc.)
has an 800 number you can call 24-hours a day and get an automated
system where you can get any information on any drive, via a
touch-tone phone.  Since I don't own a Seagate drive, I don't have the
number for Seagate anymore.  But, you could call any decent mail-order
house who has a good service department, and they should be happy to
give you Seagate's 800 number.

  Michael L. VanLoon                       
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