what is Standard dual channel pci ide controller??
You need to learn how to ask questions, if you want replies. Seriously, I don't have a clue what you're asking about in the post body itself.
As for the subject: the standard dual-channel IDE controller is the standard driver that MS Windows will use for an IDE controller. AFAIK, it is based off of an old Intel implementation. On most systems, this driver will work fine; and on many, it will be ideal. On some chipsets, it will not offer DMA, or be buggy, so you may need to load new drivers.
With the '?', you may need to load drivers (I don't know about the NF4 chipset). In most situations, it's one of those 'if it ain't broke, don't fix it' kind of things.
Originally Posted by Crono
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