I just replaced my old 40 gig drive with a new 120 from the site. I had previously purchased a 120 secondary. I jumpered the new as a master and left the secondary untouched (Slave) but the Secondary drive hours are not being recognized. Do I need toiset it as cable select????
It doesn't work like that for two reasons:
1) when you add a drive to an unupgraded unit, the two drives become "married" - their filesystems intertwine and they are no longer inseparable without additional software work which needs to be done on both drives; that would include preparing the old add-on drive to be added, once again, to another unupgraded unit
2) add-on drives, even those prepared as in the aforementioned case, cannot be simply added to single drives which are upgraded/expanded; ie, add-on drives are intended only for unupgraded units. similarly, work needs to be done on both drives at the same time for the old add-on drive to be combined with the new replacement drive
The only way to have this done is to send both drives - the old "B" drive and the new "A" drive for a recertification whereby they would be tested and the software reconfigured so that the two drives act as one.