Can't Get AHCI To Work - Windows 8
Anyways nice to hear that your problem is solved. feline1 9 0 Re: Getting AHCI to work in Windows 8 « Reply #4 on: January 24, 2013, 09:48:55 am » Thanks absic! Hopefully you, or someone else, will be able to find the solution before I can. I presume this is based of special firmware updates that the HP engineers have figured out and loaded into the drives.People have ignored this issue and gotten away with it, as navigate here
Please enter a title. My StartOverride folder entry was named 1, not 0, but still changed the value from 3 to 0. After restart it works! (remember to change ACHI in bios tho).forprogThanks! You can not post a blank message. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2651185/ahci-mode-work.html
Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content 09-16-2013 03:14 PM That's great, Scott. This is for W7 and W8.....these more recentinstaller DVDs do have the proper AHCI drivers for the xw6400's chipset, and the installer will recognize that chipsetand automatically put the proper drivers AHCI( Intel RST) Windows 8 in Drivers & Hardware I'm going to turn AHCI (and install Windows 8 x64) for the first time. Thank you so much!Andre8Great!
Click the boot tab up top and take the check out of safe boot. Before, with W8 as the default, I was getting the new Windows interface to select the OS. Of course, if you say please, I’ll be more than happy to help. :)Update: updated with some input from Lyrad Kcirhor, thanks!Update for Windows 10 users: As commented below by gapooter, this method also When I tried to do the quick method above the bcdedit worked and windows was booting in safe mode, however bcdedit did not work in safe mode, possibly due to being
I'm sticking with what has been working so well for me....... Worst case scenario, you reinstall http://superuser.com/questions/471102/change-from-ide-to-ahci-after-installing-windows-8Edit: If you do decide to reinstall, disconnect the WD prior to doing so. « Last Edit: Thu, 17 January 2013, 03:51:25 by Jocelyn » Logged Would have been better to install XP using F6 with a floppy for the sata drivers or slippstreamed them in. I tried the memory edit method mentioned above but I was not able to let the "IDE" function show up when I tried to adjust it in BIOS settings.
Those on-board chips needed special drivers, or one could disable those in BIOS. http://forum.giga-byte.co.uk/index.php?topic=11648.0 The blue is fancier, so maybe that's why I'm thinking it was a windows style interface. All this time I've been running a newer SATA III Intel SSDSC2MH120A2 drive on and holder EVGA X58 SLI motherboard in SATA II / IDE mode. Do you have to reinstall Windows 8 again?No.
This took all of five mins and job done ….wooo hooo :)nn9Your registry key file ruined my Windows 8. http://ocvninfo.net/can-t-get/can-t-get-fn-hotkeys-to-work-on-hp-notebook-15-ba038au-with.html And as I don't use Win8, I wouldn't know anyway :sSo do read the references I posted and it may help you. Reply Bruce26/01/2013 at 11:20 PMGreat idea!!!. However, on plugging the HDD in, all that shows as new in Devices and Printers is the following "USB...
Please login or register.Did you miss your activation email? 1 Hour 1 Day 1 Week 1 Month Forever Login with username, password and session length News: NEW USERS, READ THIS! At least not for me, though it seems to have worked for others.I'll follow up the posts you link to and report back here if i ever get AHCI enabled.Thanks,Mick Reply But thats about it. his comment is here Long story short:My SSD is not in the 0 port of my motherboard and I had installed windows with multiple drives attached.
I realise I'm probably teaching my Grandmother to suck eggs with this post here but perhaps somebody as equally technophobic as me, may find it useful. A confident dip into the BIOS to enable AHCI mode resulted in Windows then failing to start because it no longer recognised the boot drive! So I think my original problem was the blue background windows style selector wouldn't work if I was using IDE.
Logged Custom CherryMsErgo4KHow to Search and Save on Ebay and maybe winCherry Modded Spawn Guide, Pretty sure I'm the world's first Innovator StrykerX Thread Starter Posts: 79 Re: Can't boot into Can anyone give me some advice what to do now?Thank you very much. I have 6 SATA III connectors, and another 2 SATA III connectors in a different area controlled by a different controller. http://ocvninfo.net/can-t-get/can-t-get-new-video-card-to-work-tried-everything-i-can-find.html If you find the same then you might need to do the following - which is also the same way for any of you above to fix without a reinstall:-Boot from
While the FixIt might not work the procedure that results in success described in the bottom portion of the discussion might work if you do that process manually in W8:http://support.microsoft.com/kb/922976Keep us In simpler terms, there’s no reason you shouldn’t use it.Updated method A lot of feedback has been given with our visitors sharing different levels of success in the below method. SeaTools for DOS (required to repair Seagate HDD) only works in ATA (IDE) mode, so adjusted BIOS to ATA. You can use AHCI or Intel RST (SSD acceleration) with RAID or EXT.Edit 2: Well after seeing this below the second method "Result.
I INSTALLED Win8 on AHCI. OS windows 8 Quote 03 Feb 2013 #2 theog View Profile View Forum Posts Senior Member Posts : 5,592 ME, XP,Vista,Win7,Win8,Win8.1 Can you post a screen shot of Device Manager?