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SCSI cabling rules

Some basic rules on SCSI cabling:
- each SCSI-device needs a UNIQUE SCSI-ID
- SCSI cabling is a bus with Terminators at each end and without junctions
- in a PC, SCSI host adapters have ID 7 as default
- to be able to boot from a SCSI-disk, the disk MUST have ID 0

Example for a good SCSI-cabling:


Example for a bad SCSI-cabling:


 

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