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Tim Colwill wrote:Alrighty, well I'll give that a shot then and see how it goes.
As for there being another way to do it, I'm not sure. If anybody knows of one, let me know!
Tim Colwill wrote:Well, when I boot up it loads the AHCI drivers and has a lengthy screen showing me a listing of connected drives, so I am pretty sure that it's in AHCI mode,
Tim Colwill wrote:Well, when I boot up it loads the AHCI drivers and has a lengthy screen showing me a listing of connected drives, so I am pretty sure that it's in AHCI mode, I just thought a benchmarking tool would pick it up :/
I guess I should just conclude that if it boots in AHCI, AHCI drivers are installed, I'm probably using AHCI?!
For my next trick: setting my drive mode to AHCI in the BIOS means that I can't boot from CD apparently, so I can't install Windows. Hurrr. *headdesk*
-Slayer- wrote:I ran the little fix program from microsoft and it's changed it over successfully.
You'll see part way down the page this section.
Fix this problem
Microsoft Fix it 50470
To check it's done it properly go into control panel and click Device Manager open the IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers, if you have changed over to AHCI it should be showing a reference to AHCI in there, confirming it has been done properly
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