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The chipset (ICH9) does not support AHCI Mode.  Only ICH9R and ICH9DO Chipsets officially suppor AHCI.  That is why there is no AHCI option in BIOS Setup.  Sorry, but your board does not support AHCI on the primary chipset/controller.  There is nothing that can be done about it.
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Hmmm, but look at this thread to see what you've said.
Maybe that doesn't apply to this motherboard?
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ICH9R supports AHCI, not ICH9.
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I got here from this thread: http://www.overclockers.com/forums/showthread.php?p=6542962


Can the original poster include this information in post #1:


• Where in the manual does it specify which ICH it is, in case people need to do this on different motherboards?

- You can figure out which ICH is used by looking at the chipset: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Intel_chipsets


• Where is the Intel Matrix Storage Manager-Packet (IATA621_CD.EXE)?

http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=Y&DwnldID=17882

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Hello All,

Working with a HP Elitebook 8540p - would like to switch to AHCI without re-image. Believe it is using the the QM57 chipset. Does anyone know the reg entries that need to be altered? This is what I have tried and it still blue screens:

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\CriticalDeviceDatabase\pci#ven_8086&dev_3b07&cc_0106]
"Service"="iaStor"
"ClassGUID"="{4d36e96a-e325-11ce-bfc1-08002be10318}"

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\iaStor]
"Type"=dword:00000001
"Start"=dword:00000000
"ErrorControl"=dword:00000001
"Tag"=dword:00000019
"ImagePath"=hex(2):73,00,79,00,73,00,74,00,65,00,6d,00,33,00,32,00,5c,00,44,00,\
  52,00,49,00,56,00,45,00,52,00,53,00,5c,00,69,00,61,00,53,00,74,00,6f,00,72,\
  00,2e,00,73,00,79,00,73,00,00,00
"DisplayName"="Intel AHCI Controller"
"Group"="SCSI Miniport"

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\iaStor\Parameters]
"queuePriorityEnable"=dword:00000000
"BusType"=dword:00000003

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\iaStor\Enum]
"0"="PCI\\VEN_8086&DEV_3B07&SUBSYS_00000000&REV_06\\3&B1BFB68&0&F8"
"Count"=dword:00000001
"NextInstance"=dword:00000001

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Sorry, we can not help you with your HP.  These forums are for MSI retail products only.  We are not a general hardware forum.  You could try going to a site like Guru3D, http://forums.guru3d.com/ , which has a general hardware and operating system section.
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Thanks for the fast response!
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Alright sorry for the bump, but letting other users know that you might not have to go through registry edits to achieve this. I have a Asus P6T mobo so it's not an MSI, but this should definitely work for MSI boards as they probably use intel chip sets too. (this process isn't chipset specific anyway, so it shouldn't matter what chipset you have)


Just today I decided to update windows to AHCI drivers and enabled AHCI in BIOS. I did this WITHOUT touching the registry! Here's what I did:

PRIOR to enabling AHCI, I updated the drivers to both my SATA controllers. (they show up as IDE controllers when they are in IDE mode). First off, do NOT touch the Primary/Secondary channel drivers. Those are not the right ones as they are just child devices under the controller and will be updated automatically when you update the controller drivers. It's the controllers you need to update. ;)

I simply made the AHCI driver disk (you can also just put the drivers in a folder somewhere if you don't have a floppy drive) and then went into device manager and updated both my IDE controllers to the AHCI drivers on my disk that match my chipset. Here is detailed instructions with screenshots showing how to do this. Be sure you install THE CORRECT drivers for your controller chipset. The only difference you should spot is that the new drivers will have AHCI in their names instead of the IDE/PATA/ATA in their name. Windows will warn you that they might not "match" your current hardware but just ignore it. Once you restart and enable AHCI, they'll match then so that dialog is irrelevant. :D

First find your first controller in Device Manager and right click and go to "Update Driver":




Then click the install from specific location option and click next:



Then click the don't search and install from specific location option then click next:


In the next dialog, immediately click the Have Disk button and this should come up. Click browse and point it to the location you have the drivers at. If it's on a floppy like they should be, then just click ok since it defaults to the floppy:



You will be returned to the dialog that had the have disk option. This time you must uncheck the show compatible hardware check box so that it will show all the drivers your AHCI driver location has. Then select the MATCHING driver for your chipset. Get this wrong and your in for some serious trouble after reboot:




After that, click next and it should be smooth sailing after that. It will likely warn you about that driver not matching your hardware. Just tell it to install anyway. After that, repeat this for your secondary controller (if it asks you to reboot on the first one, say no since you still have to do the secondary one). Once you repeated the above for your secondary controller, then click yes to reboot when it asks you. If you have more then 2 controllers, you can deal with them after reboot. It's only the primary/secondarys we are worried about as those are the ones that your OS boots from.

When you reboot, enable AHCI in your bios then boot up Windows. For me it booted up and it worked! It then reinstalled new drivers for the "channel" drivers and other things and asked to reboot again. So I rebooted after that and after that it was done. Viola! AHCI enabled OS AFTER you had installed windows in IDE mode!

This might even work for Vista/Win7 users and it's much the same process as WinXP. This should be the first thing you try BEFORE you start fiddling around with your registry. Plus this is mostly universal. You can do this with any possible chipset you might have as this process isn't chipset specific. Please note in the screenshots, I had already updated to AHCI but I did exactly what I did above and achieved what the original guide in this thread did. Except this time it's less complicated and less prone to error. ;)
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Alright sorry for the bump, but letting other users know that you might not have to go through registry edits to achieve this.

Thanks for your detailed posting.  Somewhere in this thread, the same method was already suggested and even though it does indeed work in many cases, it does unfortunately not work in all.  But it is definately not a bad thing to try this indeed simpler solution first.
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No problem. I hadn't read through all pages so I didn't spot where this method was mentioned. But my explanation may be more newbie friendly then the others and is generally safer. And yes there may be instances where this might not work. But this should be done before the registry method unless you know your particular chipset won't update like that. :D

If you like you can add my guide to the first post if you want. (with any edits you may need to make it more readable as there might be typos or something I might have missed). Quite a few poeple might not see this guide as they will likely read the first page first. Having both guides on the first page would probably work out better for everyone. ;)
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Quite a few poeple might not see this guide as they will likely read the first page first.

I took care of that.   :biggthumbsup: 

Now, both solutions are mentioned in the first post of this thread.  Solution #1 is now the one you just described. I included a direct link to your posting.   :hat tip:
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Thanks. Glad I could help out. I would have suggested this awhile back. But I only just now upgraded to a mobo that had the AHCI option as my previous hardware had SATA, but didn't have RAID support or AHCI support. Thus I didn't have this issue back then.  :-P)

I like many before me forgot to enable AHCI before installing. I had done 3 reinstalls due to an unrelated issue I was having and the final install, I screwed up and forgot to enable AHCI. :-P)
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I like many before me forgot to enable AHCI before installing. I had done 3 reinstalls due to an unrelated issue I was having and the final install, I screwed up and forgot to enable AHCI.

Yeah, I did the same thing a couple of times, too.
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hi, just been reading your replies....... wil it also work on the p45 neo2 mobo's
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Yes, it should. Read the first posting, not the replies for instructions.
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same here.. Thanks to Jack, DJ Ramses and Higado  :worship:   

The only difference is I am in dual boot config (XP SP2 main and Win 7). I was able to switch both to ACHI.. i.e. using exactly Higado's detailed method. I also have 3 partitions 1) XP 2) Win7 3) Data

It went like this:
Note: I have mobo drivers dvd with the AHCI driver in it. In the "Have Disk" portion, I selected the drivers from the dvd drive 
XP
-Login to XP, update according to Higado..
-Restart

Win7
-Reset the BIOS to IDE before login to Win7 (still in IDE mode at this time), otherwise win7 detects startup error and attempts to repair. In my case, I did this hoping WIn7 could switch to ACHI drivers automatically. It did not, so I swiched to IDE mode.
-Update the driver (same procedure)
Restart and finally, switch to ACHI mode

My mobo is Asus, anyway  :-P)

same here.. Registered to say Thanks to Jack, DJ Ramses and Higado, Apache Thunder  :worship:

My dual boot setup similar to eduds on Asus Formula. I know this is an MSI Community but I wanted to let you know
about the following twist: if you get a BSOD  or cant boot try removing any old extra native IDE devices that are on an IDE-SATA adapter. :bonk:

I had an old extra DVD drive connected on SATA 5 via an IDE-SATA adapter card. It only appeared in Win 32 (not visible in Win7).
Got BSOD in XP at (Apache Thunder's) step "After that, repeat this for your secondary controller".
On POST it wouldnt detect HD as either IDE or AHCI and hence wouldnt boot.  I disconnected the adapter/DVD from the SATA port on the board and voila.. detected HD and boot into XP with AHCI!

Then onto Win7... changed bios back boot in IDE mode... replaced 1st IDE controller as per instructions... but this time I simply disabled the second controller rather than trying to replace it too.  Reboot with  AHCI worked like a charm.
Thanks again!  :hat tip:

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try removing any old extra native IDE devices that are on an IDE-SATA adapter.
Just to clarify.....IDE is a mode, SATA & PATA are types of devices.
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Sorry if this is bringing an old thread up...for who is asking about Nvidia chipsets, the chipset allow activation of raid feature on certain hds and disabling it for other hds, so when I turned on raid for my hds, I just kept the windows hd raid disabled, and turned other hds raid on , no need to reinstall windows, add drivers, change registry or any other steps, just create the raid array,log on to windows and set up a new partition.....cheers
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What Windows Version are you referring to and which NVIDIA Chipset do you have in mind exactly?
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I am having problems in the system not seeing a esata drive and have been pointed here.
I am running window 7 x64 on a x48c mobo and have bios set to IDE control not AHCI would changing to ACHI address the problem of the system not seeing any esata drive. I have also been told it could be the lead so i will purchase another lead, and try that first. But is there a fix for win 7 x64 AHCI without reinstalling windows. At the moment my bios does not detect esata nor does windows i know the drives are OK as i have a docking station which they run fine with. I have the raid drivers loaded as i have been told there is some instruction in there that enables the esata to detect.
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This thead is basically about Windows XP, not so much about Vista or Windows 7.  To switch to AHCI Mode without having to reinstall Windows 7, please follow these instructions: http://www.ithinkdiff.com/how-to-enable-ahci-in-windows-7-rc-after-installation/
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How about if you have windows 7 x64 is there a process for changing from ide to ahci as i have been told this could be the answer for my esata not being detected?
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My netbook became irreversibly infected from a hotel's wi-fi where we were staying.
I elected to do a clean install of XP Pro. I had neither the recovery disks or a floppy disk drive.
XP would only install in "Compatibility" mode. Switching back to ACHI mode would crash Windows on reboot.
I don't think there's any real performance gain using ACHI over Compatibility mode unless you need hot swapping and NCQ.
But not being able to revert back to ACHI just "bugged" me.

I read through all five pages of this thread last night looking for a easy solution. Messing with the registry shouldn't be necessary.
Here is the Lenovo method that worked for me...this is for XP only


1. Power off the computer.

2. Power on the computer.

3. Enter the BIOS Setup Utility.

4. Set the SATA controller to "IDE" or "Compatibility" mode. 

5. Click Exit and Save.

6. Restart the computer.

7. Install Windows XP and Service Pack 3 (if you haven't already).

8. Download Intel Matrix Storage Manager Driver from the Web site and extract the driver to C:\DRIVERS\WIN\IMSM.

9. Go to C:\DRIVERS\WIN\IMSM\PREPARE, and double-click "install.cmd" file.

10. Power off and on the computer.

11. Enter the BIOS Setup Utility..

12. Set the SATA controller to “AHCI” mode.

13. Click Exit and Save.

14. When the "found new hardware wizard" screen pops up (this can take a minute), select "Install from a list or specific location (Advanced)". Ensure that "Search for the best driver in these locations" is selected and deselect "Search removable media". Select "Include this location in the search", and then browse to the following directory C:\DRIVERS\WIN\IMSM and click Next button. The “Completing the Found New Hardware Wizard” will appear.

Reboot the computer.
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9. Go to C:\DRIVERS\WIN\IMSM\PREPARE, and double-click "install.cmd" file.

What do you think the .cmd script does?  It messes with the registry...  ;-))

The only way to avoid that would be to use this method: https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=106575.msg1053907#msg1053907
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What do you think the .cmd script does?  It messes with the registry...  Wink
The "install.cmd" is a Intel Matrix storage file that's included with the driver set. It's meant to be used.
But if you prefer to mess around creating your home made .reg files that may or may not work...go for it.

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The only way to avoid that would be to use this method: https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=106575.msg1053907#msg1053907
Well with all due respect to Apache Thunder, I tried his method and got BSOD's. YMMV
For me, following Intel's protocol fixed the problem right the first time.



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The "install.cmd" is a Intel Matrix storage file that's included with the driver set. It's meant to be used.
But if you prefer to mess around creating your home made .reg files that may or may not work...go for it.

I think you did not quite get the point.  When I created this guide in march 2007 there was not "install.cmd" file provided by Intel to help users with this kind of procedure.  When you say something like "messing around creating your home made .reg files", it seems to me that you do not really understand what this reg file actually does.  The content is not some piece of messy code to create a dirty workaround but a very precise piece of registry fix that will do exactly what it should when it is properly understood.  And again, the install.cmd routine does NOTHING ELSE, it just automates the procedure.  Of course, that is more comfortable (and thanks for pointing it out), but that does not make the "registry fix" a messy business at all.

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c :confused2: :How to change from IDE to AHCI under WinXP 64 on a MSI x79 board? Can't seem to find the right AHCI  driver.... and how to hange the Reg?

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Hello,

I had the BSOD at boot, and i can confirm this solution works on Windows Server 2008 R2 Datacenter with a P67A-GD65

Base configuration was AHCI and migrated to Intel RAID, i can now dynamicly increase the RAID (none to 0 to 5).

I think it should be pinned on other mother board type subforums too, since it does work on them too.

Best regards.

(Additional link, since this thread is for IDE to AHCI, we need to do the same thing to migrate from AHCI to Intel Raid, but the registry values to change are different, here's Microsoft official methods
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/922976#method1 i hope this will be usefull for future people that will get to this thread after searching for solution on google, this solution can be applied on any motherboard, the only conditions is that the storage controler should be from Intel)
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