Ultra Wide SCSI
Fast Wide SCSI
Ultra 2 SCSI
The Mechanical Frame.
The Head Actuator
The Disk Spindle
The "baby" AT motherboard allows for the installation of more than two full-length expansion cards whereas the ATX motherboard allows for only one or two.
The processor, memory, and expansion slots are all in line with each other on a "baby" AT motherboard, whereas the ATX motherboard has the processor and memory slots at right angles to the expansion cards.
The ATX motherboard allows for the installation of more than two full-length expansion cards, whereas the "baby" AT allows for only one or two.
The "baby" AT motherboard has a 20-pin power connector while the ATX has a 12-pin power connector.
The RAM is not seated properly.
The keyboard connector must be replaced.
The RAM type is incorrect.
The keyboard connector is not seated properly.
Edit, Create, New, Folder.
View, Options, New, Folder
Double click in Display Window.
Right Click in Display Window, New, Folder.
Locate the red stripe on the cable, and connect to the device with the red stripe lining up to pin #1.
Attach cable any way that fits.
If there is also no red stripe, Locate the blue stripe on the cable, and connect to the device with the blue stripe lining up to pin #1.
Purchase a new cable.
Verify that the hard disk drive has been formatted.
Update or repair the MBR
Verify that the hard disk drive has an active partition
Verify that the BIOS has been configured to detect a second hard disk drive.
Revert to the Last Known Good Configuration
Run the Recovery Console
Start the computer in Safe Mode and Roll Back the driver
Re-install the operating system.
Both devices are jumpered as master.
The ribbon cable does not have a twist in it.
Both devices are jumpered as slave.
The red striped cable is connected to pin # 1.
Send it to an electrical technician
Try to fix it yourself
Replace the power supply.
Replace the computer.
The jumper settings
An overheating CPU.
A five second power failure.
A new set of software installed
Checking environmental conditions
Ensuring hardware compatibility
Checking for visual defects.