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No Advanced Settings in IDE Channel

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by MrBillPro, Jan 28, 2004.

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  1. MrBillPro

    MrBillPro Thread Starter

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    I have No Advanced Settings on the options in PRI. IDE Channel or SEC. IDE Channel properties box in device manager, and the funny thing is that on my other two PC's same setup XP Pro and all software the same identical PC's I have that option in both of them I tried uninstalling the channels and thought maybe it might change it to were I might have that tab when it reinstalled them but no luck. I would just like to be able to see for myself like I can on my other two PC's that the ultra DMA mode 4 is showing. I really don't know if it makes a difference or not XP might just default to the best setting and maybe I need not worry but it's the not being able to see the setting that is bothering me.
    Thanks Bill
     
  2. PC_Wiz

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    Did you install you installed Intel IAA (Intel application accelerator ) on your system?
     
  3. MrBillPro

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    Did you install you installed Intel IAA (Intel application accelerator ) on your system?


    Wiz, were do you get this? is this a download you can get from Intel?
     
  4. MrBillPro

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    OK Wiz found the intel site down loaded it and "BAM" as Emeril would say advanced settings is there! thanks for you help I love learning as much as this PC stuff as i can guess when i stop learning all this PC stuff i will either be dead or if not I will just hit the power switch to off because it won't be any fun anymore.:D
     
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