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Japan Intercultural Network (J-Net) website
Finally, most finishing touches applied; links are bookmarkable if you run a javascript enabled browser (we use iFrames, so otherwise, navigating around tends to not work for bookmarks.)

https://netfiles.uiuc.edu/ro/www/JapanInterculturalNetwork/
(tinyurl: http://tinyurl.com/oqgcl)

For google (or at least, so I can find it again if I'm too lazy to dig though my tags...): J-net, jnet, uiuc, Univ. of Illinois, Urbana-champaign. 2006-2007 website. Japan Intercultural Network.

Design credit goes to someone else. I... can almost claim implementation credit, 'cept my attempt was beaten up by meisankou. You picked better places to slice. Still had to clean up the code and toss a few extra gif files, but... yeah. My attempt was silly. I think I can claim credit for the javascript bookmarking of frames though. =^^=v

To-do: add links on data pages, so people can get back into a framed setting.

Facebook's... developer... wha... nevermind, will examine... tomorrow? Today, in a few hours.

..'cause it's like....5:30 AM, so I'm going to bed. Whoops?

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triannamaxwell From: triannamaxwell Date: August 16th, 2006 04:18 pm (UTC) (Link)
Hi, I'm a close friend of Melayne in desperate technical straits. She sent me to you. I have an external 3.5" harddrive from Maxtor (300 GB) with the casing from Ultra. I've set up these before but this time something is wrong. I can't get my computer to recognize it: it successfully notices new hardware but once I go to Disk Management to format the drive, nada. My list includes my C: and D: drives. I'm ready to cry here. As for now I'm gonna check if I mistakenly tried to make this drive a master but other than that I'm out of ideas. Thanks for any help.
ibneko From: ibneko Date: August 16th, 2006 04:45 pm (UTC) (Link)
Hmmm. Just to double check, you're still using it as an external drive, right? And not... putting the hard drive inside the computer? I.. honestly can't think of that many reasons why it might not be working. It's been my experience that drives do need to be set to master (and not slave or cable select) in order for external enclosures to work.

The only suggestions I have right now, are to try the drive in another system, or find another hard drive to stick in the enclosure to test that. Windows isn't my territory, so I can't say where you should go to try to check* and see if the external hard drive is being recognized properly (I believe windows sensing new hardware doesn't mean it gets installed properly as such?).

*Maybe Start>Control Panel>System>Hardware tab>Device Manager?
ibneko From: ibneko Date: August 16th, 2006 04:47 pm (UTC) (Link)
Uh - about that image link, your jumper settings may not be like that for master. Check the top of your hard drive for proper jumper settings.
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