It seems j mckitrick wrote:
> A friend of a friend asked me to find out how ATA66 support was coming
> along.  Is it still necessary to disable DMA or PIO settings for it to work?

ATA66 has been working for quite some time now. Beware that there are
some disks that claim to be able to do ATA66 but actually can't.
Beware of Maxtor and WD disks in this regard. I can recommend IBM
drives, they work very well...

ATA100 is just around the corner, it runs here in my lab, and will go
into -current in the next couble of weeks (time permitting)...


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