You'd need to check to see if your motherboard supports the SATA-300 drives
and if not then you definitely want to jumper them to the slower speed.
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"George" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> I, running Vista Ultimate on a 3.40GHZ Pentium-4 PC with 2GB of RAM
> All my drives are SATA, my primary "C" drive is a WD360 Raptor 10,000
> my second and third drive are Seagate Barracuda 7.200 RPM.
> When accessing my secondary drives, Vista is slow. I have both Seagate
> unjumped (300/s) and I wonder if this is the correct setting or should I
> the jump to lower to 150/s?
> BTW: I have the "index" option unchecked in all my drives, is this OK?
> Thanks in advance