Me wrote:
When I try to change to udma100 -------------------------------
atacontrol mode 0 udma100 biosdma
Master = UDMA33
console output after i use atacontrol
ad0: DMA limited to UDMA33, non-ATA66 cable or device

What does :

$ atacontrol list

say? It sure looks like you have a PIO device on the same cable as your
UDMA hard drive. And are you sure you have a UDMA 100 cable? It should
have a blue female plug for the motherboard side.

Jonathan Arnold     (mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED])
Daemon Dancing in the Dark, a FreeBSD weblog:

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