Hey Remko, was curious if you had time to take a look at the tool? There seems to be multiple people that have replied where they had to make the same changes I did to the reg file. At the time of writing the latest version was This enabled me to save a file with a set of commands for changing the registry. Join 20 other followers. Hundreds of thousands of people evidently have the same trouble and there are lots of pages with instructions on how to fix it, by one or more registry changes, and then either rebooting with ATA to allow the installation of a driver, or directly changing to AHCI mode. I spent half a day finding this stuff out — and finding none of these worked for me.
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I also tried it already. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your irrrt here These should be the Intel Rapid Storage Technology drivers. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: There seems to be multiple people that have replied where they had to make the same changes I did to the reg file. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Ben dagen aan het zoeken geweest naar de juiste registry entry, met dit tooltje eindelijk succes!
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I found a plethora of websites concerning this problem of trying to change the SATA hardware from ATA to AHCI mode without re-installing the entire operating system, and therefore all the applications etc.
Thanks for your effort. I’ve had to low level format dells first to install an OS. Rell Required, but never shown. Anyone else seen an improvement.
Sign up using Email and Password. This is the second thread with the correct registry key information for the QM Next was a clean install of Windows 7 64bit along with all the applications, sysadmin tools, development tools, etc… The one thing I forgot to do was to verify all the bios settings.
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Does anyone have idea or solution? That will sort your issue. To find out iert, including how to control cookies, see here: On a Dell Precision M itrt reg file to accomplish these steps looks like this: Hundreds of thousands of people evidently have the same trouble and there are lots of pages with instructions on how to fix it, by one or more registry changes, and then either rebooting with ATA to allow the installation of a driver, or directly changing to AHCI mode.
Select the controller for which you would like to generate a reg file and click the Save button which allows you to pick the name and place where you want to save the reg file:.
After much searching I found a solution and am posting here in a single location for simplicity. I’ve tried this already but it still doesn’t work. I would like to keep it in my toolbox once you get it updated.
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I had to make the same changes to the generated REG-file as Aaron above. Do you have any idea? Thanks to this page, the program and the comments from other folks I was irry to change my Windows 7 Prof. It will automatically search for and display all SATA storage controllers:. I then rebooted, set the BIOS to ATA mode, created a system restore point in case the next step rendered Windows unbootableran regedit and used it to import abc.