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alright thanks, that's what I was thinking, wire, just wasn't sure it'd work.
Sure it works. Don't be afraid of anything.
Well I liked best fstfrddy's idea (If u don't have a jumper of any CD-rom or HDD).
So u can easily disconnect any time u want.
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I need a jumper by tomorrow and don't want to go all the way to radio shack or compusa (if they sell them). Is it possible to make one? thanks
I'm sure I have a circuit diagram lying around somewhere of how to make one!
    
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You could also walk up to just about any computer tech shop and ask for a jumper. They'll usually just give one to you. I work in a tech shop as it is, and I probably get 1 person a week that comes in and asks for a standard jumper or a mini jumper. There's probably 50+ spare jumpers just laying around.

Or you can use diagonal cutters and a coke can. Cut a piece 3mm to 4mm wide and 1cm long. Just bend it in half, instant jumper.
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