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T61p (6460-8XU) - UDMA 6 for main hdd HTS HTS722020K9SA00

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Hi,

 

I've got a T61p with a 200 GB HD (Hitachi HTS HTS722020K9SA00 FDE) and XP Prof SP3 running on it.

 

HD Tune 2.55 utility says :

 

Supported: UDMA Mode 6 (UATA/133)

Active: UDMA Mode 5 (UATA /100)

 

Drivers/BIOS etc should be up-to-date.

 

Is it possible to switch form Mode 5 to Mode 6 for a T61p ?

 

How can I do this ?

 

If you need further details about my T61p, please contact me.

 

Thanks a lot for your answers.

 

Norbert

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Re: T61p (6460-8XU)

Are you talking about the main hdd? That runs in SATAI mode. 
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Yes, main hdd.

 

What exactly is SATA-I ?

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or is the main hdd limited to UDMA 5 ?

 

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Re: T61p (6460-8XU)

http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/175158-32-udma-udma-sata

 

i think this explains the issue bit better than i did. It should also clarify any misconception.  

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Yes, indeed it did.

 

Thanks a lot for your help and research.