|Author: Bagby 08 Jul 2011||Member Level: Bronze Points : 1|
|This option does not appear for PATA drives on a system that supports them. The option appears only for SATA drives.|
How do you enable DMA for parallel ATA drives? (That would be the Standard Dual Channel PCI IDE controller in your display. There is no evident way to enable DMA on those controllers, which is where it's most needed (because they are slower drives, usually.)
|Author: Bharath 08 Jul 2011||Member Level: Diamond Points : 1|
This is really very nice article from you about direct memory access in windows 7. Nice informative article from you. It is valuable one.
|Guest Author: Dennis Lew 17 Mar 2013|
|What happens if no entry shows anything with "channel"?|
|Guest Author: INF_11 07 Aug 2013|
|If I instal drivers from manufactured CD, I don't have any "ATA channel".|
But, if I don't install those drivers (and let Windows to install some default drivers instead), its okay, I can finally see ATA channels.
If you already installed your CD drivers, just right click "Intel ..... ATA controllers" (or AHCI controllers if u have AHCI) in device manager, press uninstall, and check remove drivers. (and reset pc).