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cannot detect master and slave drive at same time in bio's

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ok, so i just posted about having problems detecting new hard drive i installed. just to see what would happen i booted again and went straight into bio's. it detected my master drive, but no sign of the slave.
so, i rebooted only this time i disconnected the master, only leaving the slave attached. when bio's came up there was my slave. even booted saying it was a slave drive.
all the jumpers are correct, all the cables work. i have tried running them CS as well. no luck.
what would cause the slave to be undetectable while the master is connected, but show when no master is present?
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Dupe OP replied to @ http://www.geekstogo...-drive-in-bios/
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