Pls Help To Get DVD Drive To Work In AHCI Mode
I'm not so good with computers and was having trouble with this for a long time. Although in my case I didn't realize my bios decided to put it in IDE. R. Any ideas?
Where would I find the firmware version? I initially used a BIOS Sata setting of AHCI to optimize the performance of my new 1TB hard disk (replacing a pair of 320GB disks). if not can call me on +91-9819000732 Reply hp user says: July 7, 2013 at 05:56 Thank you, very helpful article! Reply Ganda says: October 2, 2013 at 02:09 This also worked on my laptop Reply Stan says: February 3, 2015 at 04:05 Also works for me, I set SATA native mode https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/493105/pls-help-to-get-dvd-drive-to-work-in-ahci-mode/
SR-71 BlackbirdAug 12, 2011, 12:45 PM This topic has been closed by Area51reopened Ask a new question Read More Optical Media DVD Storage Related Resources solved Cloned hard drive, stuck in Thank you .. DVD speed don't even come close to SATA's bandwidth, not even IDE.
When I set the controller to IDE mode, booting those discs works flawlessly, without any errors and with the proper speed. See the solutions below for more. After sometime you realized it and changed the SATA mode from IDE to AHCI or RAID in BIOS and BOOM!!! I love the internet!
Open regedit.exe (enter regedit.exe into search field) 2. thanks a lot for the article….. It seems and either or but no mix?? i have a more problem, my battery charging light is flashing continuously(orange colour).
you can install OS (Win7) via USB drive, download the USB Windows Tool from Microsoft. pop over to these guys With IDE mode, my rips start at 9x. Brian Cooley found it for you at CES 2017 in Las Vegas and the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Let me know and I'll assist if possible.
The Stuff Articles In The Cloud iPhone iPod Mac OS X Windows Downloads iPhone Mac Windows iPhone-Zone Mac-Zone News Newsletter Off Topic Solutions iPhone Linux Mac OS X MS Office MS Motherboard Name Gigabyte GA-EP45-UD3P v1.0/v1.1<---EVEREST Says this is mine , without the "T"Not the same as Gigabyte GA-EP45T-UD3PBUT even this could be wrong since Gigabyte's website use the Non-T and T Thanks again! You should make sure the hard disk is physically installed and detected in the BIOS first before even attempting to start Windows setup.
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- Reply drebirth says: April 28, 2011 at 02:50 Please I need help.
- Have I missed any steps?
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- If you are using USB 3.0 port, switch it to USB 2.0 port and try installing the system again.Change the USB Settings in BIOSFaulty USB settings in BIOS may also cause
- Actually when Windows is installed, it automatically disables unused storage drivers to speed up Windows startup process.
- I own T61 and your post was very helpful.
- But on start-up I can't do anything to change my Phoenix Bios 77.11 besides maybe changing the system time or date.
- You just need to tell Windows that hard disk mode is going to change upon reboot using Windows Registry and Windows will automatically detect the mode and will install the required
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If in doubt hit F9 on boot and select your Optical Drive to load first. Reply Tanzim says: May 30, 2012 at 17:25 Solution 1 worked on Lenovo T60 Reply nazmul says: June 7, 2012 at 14:35 I pressed during xp set up "To repair a Back to top BC AdBot (Login to Remove) BleepingComputer.com Register to remove ads #2 Stephen W Stephen W Topic Starter Members 204 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Norwich, UK Local time:02:03
Reply Rosco says: November 10, 2010 at 06:38 Hi Noman, This error is most likely relted to the CD/DVD that you're using.
This registry tweak worked as described. I had RAID enabled in BIOS in my previous setup on Dell Vostro 430 and actually changed it to ATA during Win7 reinstall (silly me). Press F10 to Save and Exit. And now im all over the internet to find the solution to get it work or at least to get my data back… 🙁 Reply ell says: May 5, 2011 at
Once reported, our moderators will be notified and the post will be reviewed. I need this computer being I'm starting college at the end of this semester, and I don't have the money for a new one right now. It's processing.... The error: I mostly just get into the very first screen of the boot process (e.g. "Windows is loading files"), it won't boot any further.
All working aside from RAID config menu displayed every boot up, and I was afraid of accidental config changes. Can you boot to it?