My previous factory installed burner (Teac) was set by default to primary-slave on my Toshiba Satellite 5205-s503 according to Nero.
I downloaded the “reverse” file by liggy and dee and followed the instructions. Unfortunaly, I don’t have access to computer stores who sell the ide-jae adapters where I live, so I had to settle with diconnecting the HD (which I believe was primary-master) and booting from a floppy disk.
The moment I booted, the 6750’s light turned on, but the screen wrote the famous “ide error #0”. I proceeded to run the “6750btr.bat” from the floppy, but it claimed to not find the drive.
Why after disconnecting the HD am I still getting this error? Can I work around it? Is there any solution instead of using the ide-jae adapter? I don’t have access at the moment to a PC and I definitely don’t have access to the adapter.
Your help will be appreciated!