I have the IO up and running (in DOS only so far) with an IBM 4.7 Gig HD and am trying to get the Toahiba 1402 up. After a conversation with ckbone if have gotten it detected and am wondering if its got more to go or not.
To recap the setup:
1) put the slave jumper on the second pair of pins, that is to say, the pair closest to the ribbon connector.
2) go to the "ID HDD AUTO Detection" screen in the BIOS setup and detect the HD then hit "n" to skip detecting the CD.
3) go to the "Standard CMOS setup" screen on the BIOS setup and set the first drive to AUTO and the second drive to NONE.
4) then "save and exit" and hit "y" to confirm.
This will cause it to boot on the HD and post a line "Found CD ROM: TOSHIBA CD-ROM XM-1402B". And the SanDisk, or SunDisk as my BIOS calls it, is nowhere to be found.
So Far SO Good.
But now here is my problem. The drive drawer, how do you open it? Do you push the button on the front as with most drives? Seems sort of counter productive since the button is on the door that you want to spring out opposite the direction you are pressing the button. Or is it a software command?
Also, when I try to change drive to D:, which is where I would expect the drive to be located, I get the "invalid drive name" message.
Am I missing something here?