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Changing to AHCI causes a blue screen on startup, and XP doesn’t allow an F6 driver on install from anywhere other than a floppy, which most machines don’t have these days. I have a big phobia against rebooting.
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Message 9 of Click Have Disk Sign up using Facebook. First I did not found anywhere which type of southbridge is mine, but one issue is real pain; when pick up the first highlited on pic controller this 2 port got bluescreen, which is logical for icj9m cause OS is still using this controller for running and AHCI still should be enabled in EFI.
AHCI, SATA, Windows XP and ICH9M
Message 6 of The driver will install, and completing the Hardware update Wizard appears. Virus Problem, Please Help. Select Install from a list or specific location Advanced. Message 2 of Email Required, but never shown.
Sign up using Email and Password. The cause of the problem is the driver installed when Win was setup. You can follow the guide I posted above. Here is my screenshot of device manager:.
The Update Driver Warning will be shown.
What is the specific chipset of the driver? You have to select the driver in step You can find the updated controller in the device manager. The strange thing is that device-mangager identifies 2 intel controllers with an id of and D.
Downloads for Intel® Chipset Software Installation Utility
I wanna play microsoft flight simulator X XP is already on the laptop in question, in IDE mode. And you are so smart to give me downvote!? Alex 1 7. Message 8 of Message 3 of Allready tried the drivers Message 7 of I see the following in the list: But it is not working on mine computer.
When I run the exe-version of the same driver I get an error message saying that it cant find any supported hardware for this driver XP will now install without any fancy footwork. Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links.