If it an older K25 before the switch was added then you need to
disable the internal termination. I think, there should be two black
things, long, that you just pull out. They are the old style of HD
termination if I recall. Then again I may be confusing it with a
K2000. Just make sure the internal drive is terminated.
Sorry I can't give a better description as I don't have one. I would
hope some one could give a better description as yank out the black
thing is far from a technical description:-)
Also I may be wrong and it may be a jumper or something like that.
I'd try to email tech support (Dennis) again, to better "how to" on
this one. It should take about 5 minutes to sort this one out as it
is far from a diffucult thing to do.
--- In KurzList@y..., "Jon Stubbs" <stubbsonic@h...> wrote:
> I just installed an internal drive in my K2500R.
> I've been getting some conflicting information
> about the k2500's internal termination.
> The manual and other sources say that there is
> internal termination that needs to be disabled
> by a technician.
> Kurzweil support says that this only applies to
> the k2000 and that there is no termination
> to be disabled in the K2500. That answer didn't make
> sense to me.
> FYI, my K2500R does NOT have the termination switch on
> the back. I did terminate the hard drive.
> Everything seems to be working ok. But I've been warned
> about data corruption with improper termination.
> Any K2500R owners been through this? Any ideas?
> Jon Stubbs
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