I've had this external hard drive for a long time. A few years ago I decided to take it apart and tried to install a newer one in it, but then things got complicated and forgot about it. Today, I found it hiding in a closet and took a look at it. It's like a normal external hard drive except it came with a few extra wires. Looking at the hard drive that came with it, I can see some extra pins that I've never seen before. Taking a wild guess, the red and white wire 2-pin connector goes to the one pictures two up. Now there are 2 3-pin connectors left that seem to be wired to a SCSI ID number thingy (I know there's more of an intellectual word for it but this is all I can think of) Labeled next to the pins on the hard drive pictured in the last picture are: SS EP WS [ - - - ] [ - - - ] A2 A1 A0 [ * - - ] [ * - - ] * * means there is a jumper there I'm not sure what this is supposed to configure. Is there any way I can bypass this so I can install a newer one?