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I show both these controllers using IRQ14 is this normal. Primary IDE controller[single fifo] and Standard dual PCI IDE controller. If not how do I remedy it.
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Yes, it's normal.  But you're either using very old non-Intel chipset or very new chipset that windows can't identify it.  If there's a patch that came with the motherboard, you should use it to improve performance.
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