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UIDE and AHCI support (Miscellaneous)

posted by roytam(R), 26.05.2010, 12:58

> Maybe for you would be enough some code which switchs the controler from
> AHCI into IDE mode. Such code even in not necessery to be as a part of
> AHCI support would be however good as for example my HP Pavilon notebook
> does not have the AHCI/IDE setting in BIOS so I can't change it.
> (so my advice is: don't buy notebooks from HP, it is a piece of shit,
> which doesn't let you to change operating system - even the instalation of
> Windows XP is virtualy impossible.)

With suitable drivers, you can integrate driver to your Windows 2000/XP disk and install without changing AHCI/IDE settings.


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