Are both drives connected to the same IDE on the motherboard and before we look at anything else have you eliminated a fault on the ribbon cable to the toshiba.
Disconnect the JLMS. Enter bios setup normally F2 or delete, check that the Toshiba is shown in BIOS setup and that BIOS has detected it correctly for the IDE and its setting. Then load Windows and see if that is shown.
Now use the same position of the ribbon and do the same with the JLMS.
Then report back please.
As long as the cable isn't broken any cable should work with the drive.
Just make sure the right colors are in the right places.
Blue: The blue connector attaches to the host (motherboard or controller).
Gray: The gray connector is in the middle of the cable, and goes to any slave (device 1) drive if present on the channel.
Black: The black connector is at the opposite end from the host connector and goes to the master drive (device 0), or a single drive if only one is used.
Ultra DMA (80-Conductor) IDE/ATA Cables
Edited by Macboatmaster, 29 May 2010 - 01:47 PM.