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At his stage you would hopefully be able to browse the drive and retrieve your files. Thank you very much & God Bless You. Now I can Switch back to AHCI Mode in BIOS ( If Step #1 doesn't work as advertised. )So, according to all the great help from everyone HERE and this video Den The alternative method worked like a charm.

Click boot tab, mark safe boot, restart, get into bios on boot ,( DEL key most likely ), change to AHCI in BIOS, might also have to change boot order SCSI, shaegelin Very kind of you to take the time to post this tutorial. If not, reset the Bioks to factory defaults, restart and check again. I've installed a 2TB HD, and plan to clone the SSD onto it, making the HD serve as the main drive and boot from it. you can try this out

Storage forum About This ForumCNET's Forum on storage is the best source for finding help, troubleshooting, and getting buying advice from a community of experts. Perfect, thank you. LEAVE THEM AS 0. 1.Boot OS DVD 2.Choose the Language Selection. 3.Choose Repair. 4.On the recovery tools choose the Command Line Console 5.Type:regedit 7.Highlight HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE 8.File > Load Hive 9.Select \Windows\System32\config\system Reply Tony says: September 15, 2016 at pm10:46 Thanks Alex, It works removing the hdd and booting from a working laptop Reply Alex says: September 6, 2016 at am9:14 Reseating the

Help! Can someone post such a URL/Link?So I'm sticking with IDE [if the G-SATA thing don't work] and will try to find a safe way to downgrade 1916 back to the factory Reply Gary says: July 9, 2011 at 14:55 It was funny i actually changed the SATA controller to IDE before i read this but as i was restarting, I started searching Reply yk says: April 12, 2011 at 22:22 When my IBM/Lenovo X60 stops working, a replace it with a SATA disk.

JMicron or Marvell) to plug your SATA DVD into it's ports? (Sorry, I don't know your mobo.)Else, get a IDE DVD drive. i didn't even get the thought of changing ahci to ata.. Read/write speed improved from 203/223 Mbps to 280/260 Mbps. (Samsung SSD EVO 850 on SATA 2 port; my laptop is 6+years :-P ) Thank you for the solution. - Prosenjit Biswas anchor Mike Rogers Dell e4310.

STEP 6 Press "F10" to save the changes and restart the computer. So try the disk in each of the drives while rebooting the computer. After Disabling SATA I was able to install Windows XP, worked like a beauty. help!!!

  • So, I agree with you on that.
  • I can only control the whole group of them, I cannot configure them individually.
  • Double-click on it and set its value to 0 (That's zero and not alphabet O). 4.
  • HELP weatherphobiaJul 13, 2010, 7:19 AM Here is the basic setup.Gigabyte GA-EP45-UD3P MotherboardIntel Core 2 Quad Q9400 CPU4 GB RamDVD BurnerRunning Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit version...Drive #1 - CRUCIAL_CT128M225
  • in the bios setup, they have specified the uefi evironment/values.
  • This was what I was looking for.
  • But on start-up I can't do anything to change my Phoenix Bios 77.11 besides maybe changing the system time or date.
  • CD drive not capable of booting a CD (older drives) Some drives are just too old and do not support booting and will require you to: Purchase or borrow a newer

weatherphobiaJul 24, 2010, 8:50 AM Best answer selected by weatherphobia. Ty. i have a more problem, my battery charging light is flashing continuously(orange colour). and reboot, Windows boots in safe mode.

by Benqrd / June 11, 2013 2:07 AM PDT In reply to: Open system Thanks for reply. "The plain fact is there are "legacy devices" that need IDE and IDE by where can i find my sata configaration section. There is no option to change from sata to IDE in Phoenix bios. will changing it to IDE do any good or does this mean that my os is simply corrupted?

weatherphobiaJul 17, 2010, 12:49 AM foscooter said: Oh wait! Modify the key “Start” to “0″ Alternatively, you can download our registry tweak or insert the following text into a notepad, save it as a .reg file and start it: Windows Go to Device Manager to check for the driver status. Disabled SATA on HP Pavilion laptop and was able to instal XP which was corrupt!

Where would I find the firmware version? Reply Nader says: January 4, 2017 at pm10:53 Thank you for details, it was a BIOS setup i changed, i set it back to auto and its working now. Reply fuzzy says: August 24, 2013 at 14:24 exact same laptop model and drive size and it worked.

I have an Dell Optiplex 755 running Windows XP Professional.

But again the SATA controller settings get changed automatically. 4) OPTICAL DISK drive is not appearing in the boot manager (Rare case) Please help me asap.. Found some evidence but not ignoring anyone HERE.http://zdpub.vo.llnwd.net/o2/ziffdavisplayer/flvplayer2.html?show=DLTV&movie=episode161Fast-Forward to "30 Minutes 02 Seconds" for the SATA versus IDE on DVD burners/Drives.They basically say even IDE is not even close to being I would think they could be set differnet. I often do things for other people, but yesterday it felt a little different because it gave me the opportunity to tell him about paying it forward; also in hopes that

Asus and others: press TAB key while booting and select CD-ROM from boot menu. Help please? Ask ! FB Nice one VG, your instructions worked a treat.

I found at; http://eu.computers.toshiba-europe.com/innovation/download_drivers_bios.jsp Thanks for the help. Also I dont have a floppy drive so cant download from there. Because Windows can't load the new drivers for AHCI or RAID interface. Have reset BIOS to default, run diagnostics on machine and all is good.

Thanks R. Necrosan02-01-2012, 11:38 PMYeah, I also use my LG Blu-Ray burner just fine in AHCI mode on the exact same controller you mention. KB Thank you so much for this article.