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Old 06-10-2007, 06:01 PM
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Application Udma

Hello, udma5 is ATA100, your right in saying your SATA is running at 150 (or 300, you may have a jumper on the drive). Would you like a full explanation of why your drive is 150 or 300? Check your Disk drives in the Device Manager, it's probably listed as SCSI.

ATA is 'Advanced Technology Attachment', SATA is a serial connection and is the successor to ATA, they run differently.



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