Re: hpt366 ultra dma controller

Re: hpt366 ultra dma controller


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Posted by john metevier on November 18, 2001 at 09:11:02:

In Reply to: Re: hpt366 ultra dma controller posted by Mwm on October 28, 2001 at 19:02:50:

: I've been having terrible problems with my abit be62 board and xp.. after reading this thread tho, i'm encouraged that i'll have the problem fixed presently..
anyway, Mike, disable udma66 in your bios, hook your harddrive to ide 1 with a 33 cable and do your install. (you might have to flash your bios) I managed to get xp to load and it even recognized both controllers after i went back into my bios and turned udma66 back on. It just won't boot or load on the ide 3 or 4 controller. soooo... i'm off to mess with my registry and see what i can see.. i'll let ya know.

P.S. i've been working on this problem for 3 weeks now and this is the first i've heard about the default xp setting in ther reg...




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