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Old 08-06-2005, 01:08 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Well, I've recently built myself a new PC. Thanks to those around here that gave me feedback to help me make my decisions from.

This has createn a whole new series of problems caused by my obsessing over getting as much performance out of the new outfit as I possibly can.

I have no interest in setting up a RAID array, yet. But, I wanted to get AHCI enabled in order to take advantage of the NCQ capability of my HDDs. With WinXP Pro it is NOT easy to do!!! I have wasted too much time trying to enable it and have given it up as a lost cause for now.
So, my question:

Is Windows Vista going to be any friendlier for setting up AHCI than WinXP Pro?
Thx for any feedback on this.
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It should be.

You can try out the beta right now.
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Hopefully it will be. As turtile said, if you are a member of MSDN or know one, try out a beta copy.
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