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IBM Harddrive Specs?

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Backspace, Oct 26, 2003.

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  1. Backspace

    Backspace Thread Starter

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    I've Google searched and searched the www.IBM.com/hardware to no avail to find specs for :

    IBM 10.1GB Harddrive OEM P/N 00K4091; Model DTTA-351010 E182115 HG

    Written on it is
    CHS: 16383/16/63
    LBA: 19.807.200 Sectors

    00K4091F025730H8B

    NOV 98- IBM Storage Products


    It's a good harddrive.. want to use it and need to set the Bios to see it.
    Thanks for any help you can give me
    B
     
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    none of those links work for me
     
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    Why don't you set the BIOS to auto, and let it query the drive?
     
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    CHS: 16383/16/63

    If you have it installed in an older computer and the bios has an option for USER DEFINED, put those values in for cylinders, heads, sectors.
     
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    yep.. that is what I wantted to find out
     
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