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Don't change from IDE to AHCI. In my case, it simply fixed the driver installation from the failed Windows update as the driver that runs on my machine is from 2013 and the driver used in the Don't change from IDE to AHCI. The driver that actually worked for my combination, which is AMD 780G / SB700 is this one. There's no need to remove the entries without the underscore (amdsata and amdxsata). Source

Fortunately I found this post on pchelpforum.com. Until Microsoft delivered a 3rd party driver update via an optional package. Which kinda sucks for some reasons. Reboot the computer. great post to read

I had the lack of inspiration to check that too instead of simply ignoring it, like I usually do with Bing Desktop and Silverlight. There's a couple of directories: LH - for 32-bit and LH64A - for 64-bit. From HKLM/SYSTEM/CurrentControlSet/services delete amd_sata and amd_xsata. You know, like the stuff that comes from the vendor and it isn't properly tested.

Yes, it's enabled: This entry was posted in Rant, Windows on Corsair Product Discussion > Solid State Drives (SSD) X64 Trim work on AMD sata driver or Windows AHCI User Name Remember Under IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers should be at least an entry with a yellow exclamation mark, AMD SATA Controller. The drivers from the latest Catalyst, 13.4 failed to install via the "Add legacy hardware" method or via a standard Catalyst setup.

Execute the installer, wait till it finishes to copy the files to C:\ATI\Support, then cancel the setup when the Catalyst installer starts. Reboot the machine. Password Register Forum Rules Support Ticket System Community Edit System Specs Today's Posts Search Community Links Social Groups Pictures & Albums printf(" SaltwaterC "); /dev/urandom Menu Skip to content HomeContact Fixing https://www.sevenforums.com/drivers/270199-amd-950-chipset-raid-drivers-trim-support.html The next thing was a BSOD at boot.

In order to remove the directory, you need to either elevate your explorer / shell to SYSTEM privileges, or take the ownership of the driver directory, add proper permissions, then delete Unlike the author of the original material, I didn't get an error about the device not starting. Some benchmarks with a SSD drive under IDE mode: And some benchmarks under AHCI mode: I guess the sharp drop was due to TRIM doing its job. Select "AMD SATA Controller" then continue.

Of course, I dismissed all of them with the classic "worksforme" as didn't happen to me. Open the Device Manager. Uninstall "AMD SATA Controller" without checking "Delete the driver software for this device". After boot, the OS installs the proper drivers, then prompts for another reboot.

Browse the extraction path for the above package: C:\ATI\Support\11-12_vista32-64_ahci\Packages\Drivers\SBDrv\SB7xx\AHCI. http://technologies88.com/amd-sata/amd-sata-raid-driver-for-linux.html Reboot the computer. Uninstalling the driver that broke my installation and installing a driver that works proved to be a non-trivial task. Had to disable the AHCI in BIOS and revert to using IDE mode for the SATA ports.

Even more, their engineers didn't grasp the concept of backward compatibility. When it comes to drivers, AMD is still a shitty company. Action » Add legacy hardware » Advanced mode » Show All Devices » Have Disk. have a peek here Go to Device Manager.

Done. Go to BIOS, enable AHCI. Reboot the machine.

The most important: the SSD performance is hurt under IDE mode, the TRIM command won't work under IDE mode without 3rd party software since only the MSAHCI driver implements TRIM from

The folders with older AMD AHCI drivers are named something like: amd_sata.inf_amd64_neutral_c85cc6046149a413 (i386 on 32-bit and most probably another hash). For the sake of avoiding the link rot, I'm going to reproduce the essentials for posterity, with the same disclaimer as the original - you're on your own if you mess