You can not post a blank message. Go to Device Manager. I failed to hide the SATA driver update. Take for example my latest article: I did mine and I solved MY problem. I managed to get it to install and work with the Vista

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Uninstalling the driver that broke my installation and installing a driver that works proved to be a non-trivial task. Once I did that it works fine.

Ahc sure the box for “Include subfolders” is checked then click on “Next”. Yes, the AMD program will install the drivers correctly after you make the edits.

AMD SB/SB AHCI RAID Driver Download

The next thing was a BSOD at boot. Thanks for the updates.

Until Microsoft delivered a 3rd party driver update via an optional package. When it comes to drivers, AMD is still a shitty company.

Just download the latest AMD chipset drivers. Microsoft still pushes bad update for SATA drivers. Go to original post.

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Drivers for: AMD G/SB + AHCI + RAID (Asus MB) – – An Overclocking Community

Do these drivers cause trouble? The procedure is actually very simple if explained without step-by-step instructions detailed in other posts: Simply put — run the most current driver package install, then cancel it.

Click on “Browse my computer for driver software” and then browse to where the AMD installer extracted the files. Go to the extracted folders, make the edits I list below then go to the main auci directory — typically something like X: This fixed my issue as well. Notify me of followup comments via e-mail.

HI can you help me out guys.

AMD SB700/SB750 AHCI RAID Driver 3.1.1540.127 Windows Vista(x32.x64)

The drivers from the latest Catalyst, The problem now is that in the device manager under the ATA channels there is nothing in the advanced properties tab. I noticed after upgrading to Windows 10 that my SSD was very slow and my DVD drive didn’t show up in my computer, and in device manager it rsid listed under “Other devices”.

I used the info you gathered here to initially bump my driver version from 1. On reboots, it got to the point arid it is animating the windows logo annnnnd BSOD.


I did a fresh install of Windows 10 and still had the same problem. They are old and it is time to get the new and it can be done affordably. I have the same problem. You refer to link rot while both your links are broken! You don’t have JavaScript enabled. To get your registry loaded, you must do this: SSDs are crazy cheap enough now to make it worth it imo.

System is Windows 10 Pro x I heard a lot of urban legends about the Windows Update service that messes up your machine. Fortunately I found this post on pchelpforum.

You have to manually install the driver in device manager.