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The NCR 53C810 PCI SCSI host adapter is built-in on most Dell computers and it supports SCSI-tagged command queuing. The SCSI-tagged command queuing allows a SCSI host adapter to send multiple SCSI commands to a device before receiving a response for any of the commands. If this feature is disabled (the Windows NT default), the SCSI host adapter must wait for a command response before sending another. In some environments, enabling SCSI-tagged command queuing results in improved system performance.
To enable SCSI-tagged command queuing for the NCR 53C810 PCI SCSI host adapter (using the NCRSDMS.SYS driver):
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Article ID: 128931 - Last Review: February 24, 2014 - Revision: 3.2