Xp & udma

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#1

quoute: "XP is not 66/100 'out of the box' either but at least you don't need a hotfix - just fiddle around in Device Manager. "

does this mean my 100 hdds are running at 66? how do i check at what ata they're using and how do i change it? cos i coldn't find it in the devicemanager..


#2

Control Panel, System, Hardware, device manager

click on IDE ATA/ATAPI Controllers

Right click on each channel, then properties, advanced settings

If you have UDMA 100 you should see Ultra DMA Mode 5 listed

XP should recognise UDMA 100/66 out of the box. It does for me. However, some people seem to have problems


#3

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