Re: IBM 40G and UDMA. IBM making non workable HDDs?

Re: IBM 40G and UDMA. IBM making non workable HDDs?


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Posted by colin on October 04, 2001 at 16:10:08:

In Reply to: Re: IBM 40G and UDMA. IBM making non workable HDDs? posted by Henry on October 03, 2001 at 18:09:12:

Henry, drives having higher rates disabled? as the standard determines they must all be backwards compatible you dont have to enable or change the ATA\UDMA setting. Using 40 strand ribbon will force 33 as will an older controller, but I have yet to hear of anyone failing to install a drive because it was too fast and needed ATA 66\100 either enabled or disabled, where have you come across this?



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