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15 Oct 2011  
Corazon

Windows 7 Professional SP1 32-bit
 
 

The answer is still no...Apart from the fact that the new BIOS is pretty unlikely to give you new SATA-related settings, the issue is still with Linux, not the BIOS or your hardware.

You're trying to fix a car engine problem by replacing the steering wheel.

Besides, even at SATA 1.5G speeds, your harddisk isn't going to be throttled...I doubt that it can provide in excess of 150MB/sec read speeds anyway...
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