On Wed, 19 May 2004, Bryan O'Donoghue wrote:
> I think what he's getting at is it would be better to have each
> hard disk on a seperate IDE channel and he's right, so long as you
> don't for example have a CDROM on the same cable as a hard disk
It's a SATA controller....
Devices are _always_ on their own "channel". I still dont understand
why it's better to have them called hda/hdc than hda/hdb.
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