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Marked as answer by Vivian Xing Thursday, October 08, 8: Marked as answer by Cavicchi Saturday, October 10, No, don’t mess with your Vista install. There’s the Intel scoop.
Intel(R) SATA AHCI Controller, Win7x32
If the other notebook has the same hardware, worth a try. Intel version Again, if you already have an installation with msahci, try that method first, as that was your original question. I read the readme and tried to extract the files from downloaded Intel Matrix Storage Manager to Floppy but it didn’t work, couldn’t even extract it to a folder on my desktop.
Saturday, October 10, 3: Friday, October 09, 8: But that link for bit floppy says for RAID. Saturday, October 24, 8: Originally Posted by plasmalightwave Hi thanks for the great tutorial: Hi thanks for the great tutorial: Just download the following file and run it.
Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit. However, the Intel Storage manager does run in the background and would do nothing for me without RAID except use some resources.
OK, so what motherboard are you using? The floppy does not have that on it, the floppy has iaAHCI. Contact Us Legal Privacy and cookies. Proposed as answer by Andrea Gail Thursday, December 16, 9: Drivers for controller shipped on a CD.
Iaahi a suggestion as it appears to be a nice feature. I have a floppy but would like to know which driver for x64 Windows 7 and when to install updated Intel driver for AHCI. Am refreshing the page like every 5mins For updateing after the install you can use device manager to update drivers.
Download driver for Intel(R) SATA AHCI Controller, XPx32
Iaahcci the way, I am very surprised Windows 7 had scheduled defragment automatically when I have a SSD drive–they should not be defragged. So, if all you wanted was the AHCI, then you have that already. New PC doesn’t have a floppy iaahcii.
Ok i’m at step 12 of slipstreaming. Friday, October 09, 7: Select the ‘Driver’ tab. How to tell which file to select? In the Value data box, type 0, and then click OK.
It has AHCI drivers too if you look at the files you get like: I hope that helps. And when i choose either, this pops up.