Re: UDMA33 & SIS PCI IDE Controller & Win2k

Re: UDMA33 & SIS PCI IDE Controller & Win2k


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Posted by CHEF on May 07, 2001 at 05:24:51:

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

I do not think you can enable UDMA in Win2000. There is probably some way but it's not from device manager and VIA UDMA tool also doesn't work so I guess it is the default setting for all HDDs. Ask micro$oft ;)

If your BIOS detects your HDD mode 2 that means that your motherboard doesn't support 4,5 modes (SIS obviously doesn't)...
No matter what HDD you put but even ata100 would work in mode 2. CDROMs however, always work in that mode


CHEF
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