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Do Windows - UATA & Win XP play nice?

By elidreamer ·
I'm looking at buying another computer and there's an OS listed as Windows - UATA. What is UATA? Will that play nice with my other WinXP and Win2000 on my network? Thanks

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by Joseph Moore In reply to Do Windows - UATA & Win X ...

It's just talking about the kind of IDE hard drives it can support.
http://www.webopedia.com/TERM/A/ATA.html

It's fine.

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by csmith In reply to Do Windows - UATA & Win X ...

Ultra ATA means the IDE Channel Transfer rate is 100Meg.
UATA has nothing to do with which version of Windows is loaded on the Hard Drive.
The best guess is XP, but it might be worth checking.
Regards, Chris

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