Windows 10: Enable AHCI in Windows 8 and Windows 10 after Installation  

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       1 Week Ago #100

    Hello Dimitri,

    I have iaStorAVC as well now. Looks like another change. I'll update the tutorial now.

    Thank you for letting me know.
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       1 Week Ago #101

    Brink said: View Post
    Hello Dimitri,

    I have iaStorAVC as well now. Looks like another change. I'll update the tutorial now.

    Thank you for letting me know.
    You're very welcome Shawn!
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    Windows 10 Pro x64
       1 Week Ago #102

    NavyLCDR said: View Post
    There is a second method of moving from IDE to AHCI that does not involve modifying the registry. In device manager, delete the IDE controller that is under IDE ATA/ATAPI Controllers. Reboot the computer and enter BIOS/UEFI setup. Change the controller type to AHCI. On the next boot Windows 10 will install the AHCI driver under IDE ATA/ATAPI Controllers.
    Thanks for the tip, but I'm afraid it doesn't work on hp laptops. As I said in my previous post, hp BIOS (Insyde) is locked and does not provide the option.
    And besides that....AHCI is set by default by hp!!
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  4.    1 Week Ago #103

    I have also seen systems eg Dell , with the Bios set to RAID (=AHCI if not used) with only one HDD installed

    KB
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       1 Week Ago #104

    Kbird said: View Post
    I have also seen systems eg Dell , with the Bios set to RAID (=AHCI if not used) with only one HDD installed

    KB
    Without being an hp product manager, I don't think hp laptops support RAID. But again I might be wrong, for some Enterprise laptops or workstations!

    I guess these one drive Dell laptops run in RAID -1
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  6.    1 Week Ago #105

    ddelo said: View Post
    Without being an hp product manager, I don't think hp laptops support RAID. But again I might be wrong, for some Enterprise laptops or workstations!

    I guess these one drive Dell laptops run in RAID -1
    the Drives are just non-member Drives and so run in AHCI Mode but I am not sure why they do it this way.
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