its not really anything called s-ata II its just s-ata. the difference is the speed of the connection and its seperated like so: s-ata 150 and s-ata 300. if you can remember when ide went from ide 66 to ide 100 (not quite sure about the numbers, but it where something like that). then youd know that a ide 66 hd worked on a ide 100 controller and vice versa.
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