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enable UDMA 66/33 harddisk support?

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how does one enable udma 66/33 harddisk support?
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this is depending on your mobo. If i am not mistaken in the bios udma 66 will be set to mode 4 while udma 2 is set to mode 2. It is advisable to set the udma mode in your bios to auto to let bios to detect whether it is udma 66 or udma 33.

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Sometimes your MOBO manufacturer will supply a driver
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