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SubjectRe: More UDMA Troubles
> I think that running that, hdparm command may have actually done some damage
> to my computer... since then my BIOS Occasionally doesn't recognize my hard
> drive, and Windows 2000 keeps getting bluescreens during the boot process,
> it took 4 tries to get it to boot properly, and I ahve a feeling it will
> lock up eventually. (I've never had a bluescreen uder 2000 before.)

hdparm just sets configuration variables, they should be lost on physical
power off but might survive a warm boot (even then the bios ought to have
shoved things back into its idea of ide happy mode)

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