Re: UDMA33 & SIS PCI IDE Controller & Win2k

Re: UDMA33 & SIS PCI IDE Controller & Win2k


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Posted by Walter Hutchins on July 21, 2001 at 00:27:09:

In Reply to: UDMA33 & SIS PCI IDE Controller & Win2k posted by brandon on May 07, 2001 at 01:24:48:

: Can't enable udma on win2k. However, it works fine in win98se. The bios detects my hd/cdrom as being udma2.
: Win2k stays on pio mode all the time, but I have enable dma if available showing in device manager.

Uh ... do I type here? ... oh well,
Yea, Nobody except Microsoft seems to have done
an ATA driver for this chip and (duh ya'll) theirs
don't work.
But I got these installed on NT4.0 and transfers
25MB in 5 sec. vs. 25MB in 25 sec. under Win2k.
Uhhhh, but I tried, but Win2k will not accept this
driver.
This is one of the many reasons I am beginning to
like NT4.0 better than Win2k. There's a whole
MESS of devices that Win2k can't do right.
http://www.powerspec.com/support/drivers/4410_nt_18.html




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