SATA I & SATA II

  Smiler 14:25 19 Apr 06
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Can a SATA II drive be fitted in a computer with SATA I connections??

  Smiler 14:39 19 Apr 06

also SATA I drivers

  bjh 16:28 19 Apr 06

Yes, but it will only perform as a SATA I drive.

  Smiler 17:19 19 Apr 06

I've been searching the web and there is a lot of confusion about what it means.
I should be asking about SATA150 and SATA300.
Some are saying that jumpers are on the drives others that a software download is necessary. It's all very confusing.
Further more SATA150 drives seem to be more expensive than SATA300????

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