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> Unless something has changed dramatically in the IDE
> specification within the last several years, you
> should NEVER put a hard drive on the same IDE channel
> as a CD of any description, unless you are satisfied
> with hard drive performance typical in the 1980's!
> Total IDE channel performance has been limited to the
> speed of the slowest device on the channel...or, at
> least, to the speed of the generation of technology of
> that slowest device. . . .
Actually, I think if you have a fairly recent motherboard, this is no longer an
issue. The IDE controller should have independent timing that's capable of
handling two different speeds on the same channel.
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