T H E S Y S T E M D R I V E S
across DS.) A new SCSI drive will need its ID link set. Check the
Fit the new hard drive in the available position using the special
screws provided taking sure not to touch either of the exposed
control boards, then refit the assembly to the baseplate.
Fit an appropriate power connector to the new drive and connect up
its signal/ribbon cable. The ribbon cable is 'striped' to indicate pin
1. Correct orientation must be observed. (Pin 1 is usually at the end
nearest the power connector.)
Refit the CD-ROM drive assembly followed by the floppy drive
assembly. Tighten all the screws as you fit the assemblies and
reconnect any cables, including earth wires, that had been removed,
taking care to reconnect them to their original state.
Refit the system cover carefully, checking first that no other cables
or connections have become dislodged or trapped during the work.
Preparing the drive
On switch-on, enter the BIOS as described in appendix C, 'System
BIOS and set-up' and check that the drive details appear on the system
summary page. If all is correct then allow the system to boot as
First you must run the DOS FDISK program, (choose option 5,
'select new disk drive' if you have just fitted a second drive.) Set one
or more drive partitions as required.