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Hi,

Has anyone sucessfully installed ahci on windows 10. For me its going to the circle of dots and then stops. The amd sata drivers are installed plus the registry changes done too ..

Boots fine with sata type as ide, but not with sata type as ahci,

Also i can boot into windows with ahci enabled

Might try resetting the bios.

Can you revert to the Microsoft AHCI driver or try a different version of the AMD driver? Is it possible that the registry settings you changed were for the MS AHCI driver?

If you have the appropriate drivers installed, you might be able to use the jmicron GSATA ports on your board  - this would give you a bit of flexibility while you experiment with the settings for the regular SATA ports.

Robert

Short answer: its fixed ....  ;D

Long answer: I knew i was gonna go to sdd on this machine at some stage. So i did a win10 upgrade last year, and tested it on an old hdd (which makes sense). I had the ahci issue with the drive last year along with radeon not installing (basically it was hosing the system)..

Tried again with the creator's update iso sunday same issue with the achi, but the graphics card installed... Which pulling the remains of any hair out!. And after posting this thread, i had seen that some sata cd/dvd drives do not like achi, and that the usb w10 drive, was stalling on the install as well in the same fashion, could not go past loading the sata driver in ahci mode.

So i decided to see if removing all drives and booting the usb w10 media would work - it did. That meant it was one of the drives.. By this time the ssd had arrived, stuck that in, in sata - ahci mode! it installed. I tried, the cd drive later and that worked fine, so the culprit was the old sata drive.

Why it failed under sata ahci mode: it had a pata/sata combo interface, so the chips on the hdd, did some sort of basic conversion, which doesn't include ahci. I think i also had the drive on the 4/5 sata ports (and those where configed as ide ) under w7 ..

But Rinkol thank you for the reply ..
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Motherboards with AMD processors / GA-AB350M-Gaming 3 problem with RAM
« Last post by ivica197 on May 16, 2017, 07:53:10 am »
I've build my PC few days ago and it worked fine for a bit until it started crashing showing BSOD, every time with some different error (e.g. irql_not_less_or_equal, memory_management). I have tried different solutions like increasing voltage a bit, decreasing speed and installing newest BIOS (F4). Nothing helped, PC still crashes usually when RAM reaches certain limit.
Now the question is, should I wait for new BIOS update or swap RAM right away?

GA-AB350M-Gaming 3
DDR4 Viper4, 2400Mhz, 8GB (2x4GB), CL15, PV48G240C5K
Ryzen 5 1600
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Your Tests and Reviews / $69 InWin Gaming Chassis
« Last post by MonsterMawd on May 15, 2017, 09:35:25 pm »
I've posted my review of the new Inwin 301 gaming chassis here,  https://mnpctech.com/inwin-301-white-matx-review-price-buy-unboxing.html
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Motherboards with Intel processors / Re: GA-X170-EXTREME ECC , BIOS f20, USB bug
« Last post by triffid on May 15, 2017, 08:41:04 pm »
Did you try to unplug all internal USB connectors? There are two USB2 and two USB3 headers on the board. No bent pins or something? Do you have Skylake or Xeon?
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Motherboards with Intel processors / Re: Gigabyte H81M-S2H
« Last post by shadowsports on May 15, 2017, 06:47:46 pm »
The computer has a 1 yr manufacturers warranty.  Any reason why you haven't called FreshTech UK?

Is the user you are installing software under an "admin" user????

If you updated the App Center and SIV from the web after installing what came on the CD, that could be the problem.  Sadly you are not the first user this has happened to.  You can uninstall (reboot) and reinstall from the CD, without updating or perform a system restore.  If this doesn't help...  call FreshTech.  You have warranty. 
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Motherboards with Intel processors / Re: Z77X-D3H: USB 3.0 down
« Last post by shadowsports on May 15, 2017, 06:35:54 pm »
If you have made any changes to the USB settings in BIOS, revert those and retest.  If you are using a USB hub, remove and retest by connecting devices directly to USB ports.  Proceed to next step if none of these apply.

Visit the support page for your rev board 1.0 or 1.1...

http://www.gigabyte.us/Motherboard/GA-Z77X-D3H-rev-10#support-dl

Download both the Intel and VIA USB drivers for your board.  Keep in a safe place.

Next visit Device Manager.  Expand Universal Serial Bus Controllers heading and look for errors.  yellow triangles, red exclamation point, red X's, etc.  Take corrective action if necessary...  re-enable device if disabled, determine root cause, missing drivers, Code 10 cannot start, etc... 

If only one entry has an issue...  right-click on it and select uninstall...  leave the box to remove all drivers for the device un-checked and restart the system.  The device should reinstall automatically.  Now retest.

If all of the devices appear to be installed and working.... 

Right-click and uninstall each entry, select the remove device drivers for each device check box.  When all the entries under USB heading have been removed, close DM and restart.  The devices will be re-detected when the system restarts.  Close and ignore the dialogs prompting to install drivers.

Now run the USB installers from above one at a time, rebooting between each.  Check DM and confirm all devices under USB have installed correctly.  Retest.
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Motherboards with Intel processors / Re: Z77X-D3H: USB 3.0 down
« Last post by dino1984 on May 15, 2017, 04:49:23 pm »
no, I use Win7
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Are you using default settings in BIOS?
 
Have you tried deleting the device from Device Manager (Windows 10) with BIOS defaults?  Does it re-detect on next start?

Are you using any hubs?

Does Thunderbolt work under Linux?

I'm looking at your output...  I see bus 2, port 1...  and the error. 

Support/function under various Linux distros is not guaranteed, but you should be ok under W10.     



 
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Just to clarify...  You have display and can enter BIOS when you have a single 2gb stick of RAM inserted?

What CPU model and what speed LPX memory kit are you using?  Is the LPX memory on the QVL for your board?  Also, anything above 2133Mhz is not guaranteed to run without OC.   
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Hi,

Has anyone sucessfully installed ahci on windows 10. For me its going to the circle of dots and then stops. The amd sata drivers are installed plus the registry changes done too ..

Boots fine with sata type as ide, but not with sata type as ahci,

Also i can boot into windows with ahci enabled

Might try resetting the bios.

Can you revert to the Microsoft AHCI driver or try a different version of the AMD driver? Is it possible that the registry settings you changed were for the MS AHCI driver?

If you have the appropriate drivers installed, you might be able to use the jmicron GSATA ports on your board  - this would give you a bit of flexibility while you experiment with the settings for the regular SATA ports.

Robert
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