Pin setting for SAMSUNG HD501LJ hard drive Tags: Hard Drives Samsung Storage Last response: July 12, 2011 3:14 PM in Storage Share a1knight July 12, 2011 2:56:21 PM Hello, MY HD crashed INSTALLED NEW ONE BUT was told I could use old one for storge. need to know how to make slave. pin setting bad is sam 501lj More about : pin setting samsung hd501lj hard drive Hawkeye22 a c 392 G Storage July 12, 2011 3:14:00 PM Download the user manual version 3 to see the jumper settings. http://www.samsung.com/us/support/supportDownloadCenter... Make one drive the master and the other the slave. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Pin setting for SAMSUNG HD501LJ hard drive Forum SolvedLooking to replace samsung HD501LJ sata (Possible sata2) hard drive with a sata 3 hard drive for my media server Forum Samsung hard drive model hd501lj not working Forum I have a Samsung HM320JI/D in my Dell Inspiron. This hard drive has flat vertical pins that snap into the connector. Are the Forum Samsung sata hard drive jumper settings Forum Samsung hd103uj set as 2nd hard drive as backup Forum SolvedHow can I use my old Samsung Pata hard drive as a portable hard drive Forum SolvedSamsung SSD instead of a hard drive? Forum SolvedPin broke off in hard drive slot. Forum SolvedSAMSUNG external hard drive FAILURE - HELP! Forum Solvedi have a Samsung 1TB external portable hard drive 3.0 Forum Solvedhow to use 3T internal hard drive in USB docking station on Samsung TV Forum SolvedSetting up a hard drive cache Forum SolvedHow can I use my Samsung Evo 250 as a boot drive, but also use part of it to cache my 1TB hard drive? Forum SolvedWant to make my samsung hd 40gb sp0411c a master drive looking for jumper settings Forum SolvedConnecting a PSU which only accepts 6 pin cables to a Sata hard drive? Forum Help in Setting Up New Hard Drive Forum SolvedProblem with my Samsung external hard drive Forum SolvedWill a 12 Pin SATA be sufficient for my hard drive? Forum I have a Samsung 1tb external hard drive. It's only a couple of months old, but it suddenly doesn't seem to work. I'm not sure Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !