Nforce sata driver updating problem

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Nforce sata driver updating problem quicken not updating

The only way that I could get this HD to be seen in the BIOS would be to change the SATA Bios setting from AHCI to IDE. However changing the BIOS SATA setting back to AHCI brings up a boot error. The only way that I could get this HD to be seen in the BIOS would be to change the SATA Bios setting from AHCI to IDE. However changing the BIOS SATA setting back to AHCI brings up a boot error.

I found a spare 160GB SATA Drive on which I have decided to install a trial of Win 10 to explore it further for now. I found a spare 160GB SATA Drive on which I have decided to install a trial of Win 10 to explore it further for now.

Would have tried Toobad's solution had I known about it. Windows will not boot even into safe mode upon changing to AHCI.

I believe it is worth mentioning though as I might be missing something.

You used to be able to install Windows XP just fine on your previous computers without an SATA driver – right?

Last modified 01-Sep-2019 13:28