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Mitsubishi Electric Apricot XEN pentium Owner's Handbook Manual Page 96

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Expanding the system
5.25" floppy or FTD
Cabling
The 5.25" floppy and FTD drives come complete with a suitable
signal cable. The signal cable must be connected between the
signal connector on the rear of the drive, the 3.5" floppy drive
and the socket marked floppy on the motherboard.
Configuration
The only configuration on these drives is via the drive select
jumpers at the rear of the drive. The jumpers should be set
to drive select 1 (DS1).
Warning
Check the label on the inside of the system unit cover to make sure
you are using the correct connector. Failure to do so may damage
the drive or the system board.
ATA-PI CD-ROM
Cabling
The ATA-PI CD-ROM drive is supplied with two signal cables.
The wide data cable must be connected between the rear of
the CD-ROM drive and ISA IDE connector (PL12) on the
motherboard. The narrow audio cable must be connected
between the drive and a suitable connector on an expansion
card with audio functionality.
Warning
Check the label on the inside of the system unit cover to make sure
you are using the correct connector. Failure to do so may damage
the drive or the motherboard.
Configuration
The ISA IDE interface supports two drives, Master or Slave.
The CD-ROM drive can be configured to be either. When the
CD-ROM is the only drive connected to the ISA IDE interface
it should be configured as Master.
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