I believe I'm using a high quality cable: the wires between the connectors
are braided; it only about two feet long.
I have an LVD/SE terminator on the last connector.
As for parity, the drive doesn't have a parity jumper on it. I'll assume that
parity is enabled.
BTW, it is really difficult to find the small jumpers these newer drives need.
Especially since a lot of online resellers sell the drive only, with no accessories.
Thanks for your input.
--- email@example.com wrote:
> Hmmm, that is a bit strange - you don't specifically need to enable term power on the last
> device on the chain - both ends have to be terminated, but any device can supply the termination
> power to the bus, and only one device needs to do that>
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