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SubjectRe: VIA IDE driver status ?
I'm not overclocking. It's an ASUS A7Pro with Athlon 1000. I
had the same problem with an ASUS K7V with Athlon 700. But
the processor died after my cooler failed for 20 minutes!

BTW, how do I know if my cable is ATA100/ATA66, not only ATA66
? The manual from the A7Pro says it supports both, but at the
site it says the cable shipped with this motherboard is ATA66.

On Sat, Mar 31, 2001 at 12:00:41PM -0600, Glenn C. Hofmann wrote:
> I am not sure if this applies in your case, but I was getting problems
> such as this on my Abit KT7-RAID and had the correct cables, also. One
> day, on a hunch after reading a post from Alan about overclocking, I
> took my Athlon 750 down to 850 from 1.05 GHz and all is working great
> now. If your overclocking, I would suggest not doing so (at least not
> so much), based on my experience. I am also using the v4.0 driver.
> Chris
> On 31 Mar 2001 00:41:32 -0300, Frédéric L. W. Meunier wrote:
> > Hi. I really can't get UDMA66 with the VIA driver. I tried
> > everything, also a new motherboard (ASUS A7Pro) with a
> > ATA100/ATA66 cable (using both ends...)!
> >
> > All I get are the usual CRC error messages.
> >
> > So, there's no UDMA66 for any vt82c686a ? I'm using 2.4.3.
> >
> > If there's no UDMA66, what are the advantages using this
> > driver ?
> >
> > TIA.

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