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01.00. First off...


This item is from the Yet Another Enhanced IDE/Fast-ATA/ATA-2 FAQ, by John Wehman and Peter den Haan with numerous contributions by others. (v1.92).

01.00. First off...

This FAQ is the work of John Wehman (jwehman@got.net) and Peter den Haan (pieterh@sci.kun.nl). The homepage of the FAQ is

o <http://come.to/eide>

The HTML version should also be online on

o <http://www.wi.leidenuniv.nl/ata/>

and the text version is available by FTP from

o <ftp://ftp.netcom.com/pub/cl/clau/ide_ata/>

o <ftp://ftp.rahul.net/pub/lps/hard-disk/>

o <ftp://ftp.wi.leidenuniv.nl/pub/faqs/>

o <ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/usenet/news.answers/faq/enhanced-IDE/>

You can also get it by e-mail from pieterh@sci.kun.nl by sending a message with "EIDE FAQ text" in the Subject: header. The body of the message will be ignored. You can replace "text" by "PostScript" or "html" if you want something more fancy than plain text. Anything else will probably break the mail server and cause it to send you an uuencoded coredump :-)


The information in this FAQ comes without any warranty. The authors or distributor will not accept responsibility for any damage incurred directly or indirectly through use of the information contained in this FAQ.


This document is copyright (c) John Wehman and Peter den Haan. You are free to distribute it by electronic means and make as many copies as you want on electronic or magnetic media, convert it to a different format, and embed control sequences, as long as the text of this document remains unmodified, with copyright notices intact. Splitting up this document is allowed on the condition that the resultant parts are presented as a recognizable whole that makes up the full, unmodified text. You are allowed to make paper copies of this document for personal use; however, distribution of printed copies for profit is prohibited without the authors' prior permission.


To everyone on comp.sys.ibm.pc.hardware.storage for encouragement and feedback, especially those who took the time to communicate their comments in some detail. To Hale Landis without whom the FAQ would have been considerably less accurate on a number of key points; to Stephanie Brady from OnTrack for extensive Disk Manager related information; to Aron Eisenpress for critically reading the FAQ time and again; and many, many others.


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