I was wondering if someone could help clarify some things about ATA for me.Does ATA replace IDE? (I don't think it does)If not what phyically changes to make your hard drive and motherboard ATA compatible?Does ATA replace UDMA and if so is ATA better and how?Thanks in advance.Martin
ATA and UDMA are the same Ide is "the primary interface to connect to a modern pc"
Rayuk is correct ATA and UDMA are two names for the same thing. IDE is the type of connection that connects the drive to your computer.
Thanks so ATA offers no advantages to UDMA and there are both compatible, i.e using an UDMA drive on a ATA capable motherboard
That's correct, OK Computer.
"so ATA offers no advantages to UDMA and there are both compatible"Not quite - they're actually the same thing, not two different things that are compatible.
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