Ya. You’re right Liggy. Thanks! It’s just from master to slave or vice versa!
There’s 2 IDE channels and each one should have a master and a slave! On a desktop pc that’s easy to see on the cables but in a laptop it’s quite difficult!
But is there any way that I can see how my present drive is settled? If it’s in master or slave?
NEC drives comes as master, isn’t it right?
You’ve also said that this problem is usual in Toshiba laptops!!! Are they the only ones making drives as slaves? Is there any response from them to do that?
I’m going to buy a Toshiba laptop for my sister and then I was thinking of change the drives… But if there’s a need to change master to slave or slave to master of each drive I’m gonna really buy the NEC drive! It’s too much work!
Now it makes me some light! That is why I’ve always heard that the Toshiba laptops have to have Toshiba drives and nothing else! :Z (Well for the people that don’t know how to make changes on pc it’s just like that… Because I’m guessing that for you there is noting that can’t be done in pc drives ). I’ve supposed that this problem on Toshiba laptops was because of the drives size differences but it looks it isn’t because of that! Am I right?