- Mar 27, 2010
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My win 7 pro 64bit device manager says my hdd are SCSI disks. But they're SATA's. Why is that? It's a WD 300G Velociraptor. It's running fine no issues. I just thought this was odd.
Thanks, I already installed the latest drivers when I installed Win 7 Pro 64bit.I'm glad I was able to help. If you need help regarding this, let me know and I'll be happy to help you out.
AHCI has to be enabled in the BIOS for the NCQ to work more efficiently. Refer to your motherboard manual if you're not sure. Plus the driver needs to be loaded for your chipset.
Even though Windows 7 will natively install an AHCI driver, loading the chipset's driver will improve performance.
I'm not sure if you're on Windows 7 32 bit or 64 bit. Go HERE for the latest nVidia nForce 650i chipset drivers.
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