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Random Restart and Freezage

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Whatever that means is that your hard drive which could transfer data at 100MB/s (minimum) is now working at 16.7MB/s (maximum) or roughly one sixth its rated speed. Might even be worse than that if you have ATA 133 or 150 drives. Like I said - nice fix? You have just reverted to an old standard that is no longer used with modern drives - in fact, it hasn't been used for several years. Again, nice fix ............

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