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UDMA133 and Maxtor Fireball3

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08.07.2003 14:04:00
Hello!

I have a screw Maxtor Fireball3 5400 rpm. He says that he works in UDMA133 mode. So, should I have Windows XP, I go to the Device Manager, the primary channel Ida, the device 0 - Current Mode: Ultra DMA Mode 2.
A mode 2, if I am not mistaken - this is not a 133.
With all that in BIOS stands definition disc AUTO, the Enabled DMA, DMA AUTO mode.
Train like 80-pin (thin wiring, forgive ).
specialists familiar shrug - like everything should be OK by default. . .

Che to do to get your UDMA133?
08.07.2003 14:23:00
check whether there is not recessed leg connector screws, which stood trail
09.07.2003 0:45:00

Che to do to get your UDMA133?

First, the trail often stick properly (you need at the end of the colored nurse).
Secondly, there are occasionally clumsy cables.
09.07.2003 0:51:00

yes, by the way, and the motherboard, then on what chipset?
09.07.2003 8:54:00
A "wood" to the mother can not affect it?
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