> Hmm. I also remember that there are black and blue terminators now, on
> the cable (you have to put a single drive at the end of said cable now).
> Probably also means that you need terminators on the cable, before it'll
> do UDMA66 too.
>The different terminators are for 'Cable Select' mode versus Master/Slave
which is more commonly used. This makes for faster transfer rates, as the
drive can grab it's data off the bus with less overhead. I think your BIOS
needs to be able to support it though. Not too sure how to get it to work
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