|If you get anything other than a V1, then it will be a little tricky, but not impossible. |
Basically you have to set up a hard drive so that it appears to be the sandisk to the BIOS, and contains an image of the V1 software + a bios flasher program + V1 BIOS. Then, guess what, you flash the BIOS back to V1 so now the IOPENER acts like a V1.
Now that you either a)bought a V1 or b)have an iopener whose BIOS has been flashed to V1, you can hook up any hard drive to it and boot off of it.
There is a little more to it than this, basically, getting into BIOS to change drive booting settings, but I can't remember this off hand
Go do some reSEARCH on the threads.