Quote: Originally Posted by Dragonfly
There's no such thing as a "SATA bus" identifier in Windows. Drives will either display as IDE (ATA) or SCSI. Normal behavior.
Thats news to me????
SATA drives are identified in all areas as SATA, if you change the default setting in bios it will bomb out. As a SCSII device you would need the additional host adaptor, I use a SATA opti drive as SATA and its recognised in disk manager as SATA.