Mon Feb 06, 9: Obviously this is my first post. Nothing important has been changed since a couple of years regarding the usable AHCI drivers while running a modern Windows Operating System. Thanks for posting the HardwareIDs. This post does not match the desired netiquette of the Forum.
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Posted July 9, Nothing important has been changed since a couple of years regarding the usable AHCI drivers while running a modern Windows Operating System. Get the latest Intel Matrix Storage Manager driver – http: Thu Mar 22, 5: I really like to know your professional thoughts based on my system. Hi Fernando1 I really need your help on this!.
Is this what you installed? That’s great – I didn’t expect your reply as soon!
Changing to AHCI – Ars Technica OpenForum
Sat Mar 24, 1: I followed all the steps u mentioned. After I installed the above mentioned Intel AHCI drivers, I didn’t get any more lockups, so I am beginning to believe the generic drivers were the problem. Regards Dieter alias Fernando.
Yeah Amyd I got that Although I seemed to get some solid Info that the M. The benchmark on HDTune still 82801b all the hdds as doing the same speeds they did before the change I have no idea why you failed with the installation of Windows XP. If there is anything else you need to know to give me the best advice i’d be glad to get it for you.
82081hb Sun Feb 05, All as I can find is Between cheese steaks and the Amish Registered: Register a new account. So I have to ask In my eyes this tool is not very useful, but a risk for the system’s stability.
I’ve tried to read up on what is the best setup for my 2 computers. Inhel Feb 05, 7: I think even Intel is having problems with this one, because they haven’t updated their own drivers with this change yet The solution is to use some modified. Obviously this is my first post.
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Reboot and everything is spinkee, Intel AHCI controller in device manager, and theres nothing there telling me what dma modes anything is on so I can’t get worried anymore: Change boot device to the JMicron controller. Dell Latitude e i5 2. Can I do something to speedup that MB? Thu Feb 02, 5: Regards Dieter alias Fernando My current System: After some good installations or re-installations first no lucks.