Thanks to this page, the program and the comments from other folks I was able to change my Windows 7 Prof. More information about AHCI you can find here. It would nice if we could compile a list of popular SATA controllers so we can help other people so please consider running the tool on your system and adding the results as a comment here. Hey Remko, was curious if you had time to take a look at the tool? Email required Address never made public. We’ve built a Windows 7 image on a VMWare virtual machine.
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Comments 2 Trackbacks 0 Leave a comment Trackback. You need to install the Intel Mobile Chipset Driver.
Is there a problem doing that maybe? Is anyone out there doing this strictly by GPO, and I’m just being stubborn and stuck zata my old ways? Thanks for your effort.
Tutorial : How to switch from IRRT to AHCI mode – E6400/E6500 (Vista)
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This is the MS KB article: This enabled me to save a file with a set lrrt commands for changing the registry. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. These should be the Intel Rapid Storage Technology drivers. This is also the setting I’ve used to install the system from scratch. Select the registry editor program on the menu. After importing the generated reg file, copy the iaStor file to the Drivers folder usually C: From what I understand we capture the image in audit mode, and then through deployment, the mini-setup oobe is run.
When I changed it back to ATA, it still would not boot, but if I let the autmatically launched repair process continue to the end, I could then reboot and have Windows load successfully.
No scientific basis, just personal observation.
Change SATA mode from IRRT to AHCI | Chuck’s Blog
To do this, follow these steps: So the Intel Mobile Chipset is also no solution to this problem. Windows 10 would only start with the install DVD.
Sign up using Facebook. I’ve checked the MS KB article referenced in this thread and the Start value in the msahci key is already set to “0” so I know that can’t be the problem.