Anyone know why the SATA controller doesn't show up under SCSI Devices
Do you have <b>SCSI or RAID controllers</b> category? And your SATA drive should have been in category called <b>Disk drive</b>.
Anyway, you don't need to enable DMA for your SATA drive (in fact, it does not have that option in Windows either) since it has been enabled automatically in the controller's BIOS.
:smile: Good or Bad have no meaning at all, depends on what your point of view is.