Ultra ATA compatibility Tags: Hard Drives Plug And Play Compatibility Storage Last response: April 11, 2006 2:57 PM in Storage Share TurdBurglar April 10, 2006 8:05:47 PM I'm considering purchasing an Ultra ATA hard drive for my PC. I know it is PATA, but are there any compatibility issues I should be aware of, or is it just plug and play? My other drive is not Ultra ATA. More about : ultra ata compatibility TurdBurglar April 11, 2006 2:57:09 PM Great, that's the conclusion I came to after doing some more research on Seagate's site. It appears that all Seagate Ultra ATA drives are backwards compatible. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumIDE ATA Ultra on IDE ATA connector? ForumWhat would you do with six Ultra ATA /100 250GB hard drives? ForumWill Adding Ultra ATA 100 card on older system allow large.. ForumUltra DMA 100 & RAID ULTRA ATA 133 ForumWestern DIg 80gig and a Ultra ATA 100 PCI card ForumUltra ATA 66 and ATA 66 Difference? ForumPossible Compatibility Problem, 2 Geforce XFX 6800 Ultra ForumUltra ATA Storage Controller speed question... ForumHard Drives not working attached to an Ultra ATA /133 PCI Card with iteraid.inf d ForumIteraid inf driver for Ultra ATA /133 PCI Card ForumWill Interface: DMA/ ATA -100 ( Ultra ), run on my system [I need IDE]? ForumIs UATA compatible with ATA ? ForumBooting from secondary ATA controller ForumATA 5 vs ATA 6 ForumAta 66 problem ForumHelp with MB, ATA controller card and HDD ForumA7V ATA 100 Boot Problem ForumSabertooth X58 with ATA harddrive recognition problem ForumFirst SSD advice? ForumUltra ATA Raid card with Windows 64 bit support More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !