Yep! That's how it is in Vista. It supports SATA as SCSI. Now let it be,
that is how it is. Have a good day.
"blitzgp" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> i just got a new sata HD and installed windows vista. it initially
> detected my old sata hd, as i had put all my drivers and
> programs/patches on my old hd to make updating faster. when i rebooted,
> my old sata hd now appears as a scsi device and it has disappeared from
> windows explorer and disk managment.