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UIDE and AHCI support (Miscellaneous)

posted by RayeR(R) Homepage, CZ, 03.06.2010, 00:47

> Anyway, if you were to boot to DOS on such a machine with INT 13
> supporting AHCI, and then turn AHCI off in config.sys, you're essentially
> going to break that INT 13 layer, and your HDD won't function anymore.
> The system may hang waiting for an AHCI command to complete, which never
> does.

I think so it can cause problem. INT13h services for AHCI is in different BIOS module than for IDE compatability mode.

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