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Is my Serial ATA Drive an IDE interface or SCSI interface?

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Hi guys! The title says it all. But one of these two answers is the right one and I have no idea whatsoever which one. So hopefully someone has:)

Peter
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Callandor earned 400 total points
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Serial ATA is IDE, but it shows up in Windows as a SCSI driver.  Ironic, huh.
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by:yavooza
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Hi peter
It is surely a SCSI interface. If you are not convinced go through tthis article.

http://www.tomshardware.com/storage/20020812/

ask for more info if needed
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by:yavooza
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I am sorry it is IDE the SCSI verision is still under development
u can go through this site

http://www.tomshardware.com/storage/20020812/
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by:PeterdeB
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Hi guys, I chose for SCSI after I spoke to someone online. Could it be that its an SCSI in Windows and an IDE in DOS or vice versa? I hope so. Its for my reborn card.

Peter
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Callandor gets the points btw.

Regards from Hollnand
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by:PeterdeB
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Hi guys I ****ed up big time by choosing SCSI since it kept my machine from booting so it had to be IDE but I already rewarded someone for response so I will leave things be.

Regards Peter
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