Re: Will my 6.5 y.o. computer handle new drives?
Don't worry, SATA is reasonably well designed, basically any
controller (1/2/3) can talk with any modern drive.
Basically any controller that's not an old one from SiS or VIA, and a
lot of PCI cards made with the VIA ones (VT6421x chip) are still sold.
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... distribution. ... And, if the controller is SATA, do I need to worry about ...
- Re: journal commit I/O error
... Rod Rook wrote: ... Is it something I have to worry about besides the ... drive or controller? ... Guidelines: http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Communicate/MailingListGuidelines ...
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... > Has anyone had any experience with the SiI 3112A SATA controller ... Looks like you'll need libata ... support for this device. ... Looks like a PATA controller, but with a few added, ...
- Re: Old ICH7 SATA-2 question
... vendor = 'Intel Corporation' ... different revisions of ICH7 and therefore limiting controller capacities ... This indicates the ada0 disk supports up to the SATA 2.x revision (i.e. ... case controller will be able to work as AHCI and real speeds will be ...
- Re: SATA optical drive problems with DMA/PIO transfer
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