Re: Drive defaulting to PIO not UDMA100

Re: Drive defaulting to PIO not UDMA100

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Posted by edwin on March 29, 2002 at 03:38:30:

In Reply to: Drive defaulting to PIO not UDMA100 posted by Steven Roussey on March 29, 2002 at 00:08:43:

hi have you got the 80 pin cables plugged in to the raid connectors....i think this may be your problem! let me now if it is or not!

: I have a new mainboard (BIOS set to use UDMA100), a 80pin cable correctly connected, WinXP (the Device Manager Primary Channel set to use DMA if available, but says using PIO mode), and a Quantum Fireball AS 40 drive (only jumper is set to use CS -- cable select -- which is Master).

: While it is a newer drive, it used to be used in an old system. Is it using PIO still because it was formatted in such a manner on that older system?

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