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Whats the difference between ATA100 & DMA100 ?
Like the A7V is UDMA100 & ATA66?!?! How can that be?
 

bdaley

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ATA and UDMA both refer to enhanced IDE. UDMA-100 and ATA-100 are the same thing.

The A7V board is ATA-100 compliant and backwards-compatible for ATA-66 (and ATA-33.)

It can be confusing because they mix and match different terms that mean the same thing.



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