|30 May 2010||#1|
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I'm using some AHCI on my system at the moment, but I have had a problem lately. I tried to chdisk my external eSATA drive, but something went all wrong. I got a blue-screen. I'm sorry that I haven't got a BSOD.. I forgot to do that, but can you tell me if I have configuered my eSATA properly? I'm using an adapter and I have configuered the port using this adapter with auto detection and smart-monitoring. Isn't that the right way to configure eSATA? I haven't turned AHCI on after the install of os.
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