Disk Drive Configuration Problems

Disk Drive Configuration Problems

Problems may occur if a combination of standard and SCSI drives are installed in the computer.

Standard hard disk drives can be set to the installed or not installed state by the Setup program supplied with computer. SCSI drives are not controlled through the Setup program.

If SCSI and non-SCSI drives are installed, the non-SCSI disk drive is always the boot drive.

NOTE: If too many large-capacity drives are set to start instantly at system power-on, this could cause the power supply to shut down. See 'Power Supply Shutdowns'

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