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Jumpers are like THIS.

What's the make and model number of your drive and which cable connector is it using (middle or end)?
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middle
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The jumper on your dive will likely need to be set for slave, but the number you provided is little help. Who makes the drive? Did you buy it online so you could provide me a link to it?

On most optical drives, the slave position would be to have the jumper block in the center position as in the diagram below.
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ya mine looks like that
i dont know the model its from like 2003
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