Subject: Re: Drive Jumpers for Adaptec 1542B and Seagate ST4376N drive...
To: Dave Burgess <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Don Lewis <email@example.com>
Date: 06/14/1995 00:26:03
On Jun 13, 11:22pm, "Michael L. VanLoon -- HeadCandy.com" wrote:
} Subject: Re: Drive Jumpers for Adaptec 1542B and Seagate ST4376N drive...
} >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.
Seagate's faxback number is +1 408 438-2620. Even better is their new
web server http://www.seagate.com/. I know that Quantum also has a