For some reason ubuntu & mint both see my laptop IDE drive as SATA. I would like to use hdparm to put it into 32bit mode, but cannot.
(thats the only reason I can think of as my drive is now sda where it used to be hda)
its says UDMA5,
on hdparm -c , I get 0 (default) (16bit)
or am I just barking up the wrong bush?