Download my "Non-AHCI nForce Performance Pack for Win7Vista" from >this< site, unzip it, run the installer and choose the offered "Storage Driver".alex_ncfc wrote:I also have a desktop based PC running Windows 7 and is on an Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe motherboard, nforce4. This is also using generic standard IDE drivers. Is there anything I can do on this machine to change this as I am sure when I used to run Windows XP 5 or 6 years ago, it used to detect them as SATA drives, not IDE.
How should it be a driver issue, if all hdd's are using the same driver and 2 of them are running fine?alex_ncfc wrote:When I run a benchmark on the two Maxtors, the speeds are generally around 30MB/Sec. On the Seagate, which is the newest drive in the machine, I get an appalling 1.6MB/Sec at best. Could this be a driver issue?
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