Michael Reichenbach wrote:

> Yes it's compatible to something like BIOS expansion.
> 
> For the same reason it could have been possible that it's also
> compatible to SCSI.

SCSI drivers provide an Int13h layer extension while accessing the SCSI
controller's on-board chip at a very low level. It's very unlikely, that
an SATA controller chip would be register or port level compatible to
any SCSI chip.

It's like trying to use an NVIDIA driver with an ATI graphics card. Both
are Direct3D compatible, but nevertheless very different. That's the
reason why drivers exist.

Robert Riebisch
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BTTR Software
http://www.bttr-software.de/

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