Re: Vista 32 Basic see my SATA drive as a SCSI drive.
That's how it works.
(It all depends on drivers and/or controller on how it shows up in Device
On some systems/controllers, it may be listed as SCSI, on some it may be
listed as EIDE/ATA.
It has no impact on performance. It's just the method of how the controller
communicates with the system.
Under Linux, I think I've only seen it load SCSI drivers/interface for all
my SATA devices.
"black_rose101" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Above says it all. How do I fix it so it sees it as a sata and not scsi.