I would suggest you either fiddle around with it if you are feeling brave , or just use regular ATA mode for your hard drive. The guy who typed these instructions up is a friggin genius. Dave on Fine Rotation of objects in…. The difference between AHCI and ATA mode is the support of hot-swappable drives irrelevant in notebooks , native command queuing NCQ , and the use of a flash module as a hard drive cache. Well there is always more to learn if you are prepared to spend a lot of time. Results 1 to 13 of 13 Thread:
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I do – It’s really annoing: You’ll probably notice a small performance boost by turning it on. Have you tried the ssd in a different model machine? The machine was running Windows 7 so I was hoping the the recovery options will solve it all but no joy. Notify me of new comments via email. I tried to do a archnois restore for my other setup into it and it keep hanging during restore.
Stop 7b, ATA and AHCI on a Dell M | Pete’s Place
After a bit of googling I caught a hint from this post: On top of that, your laptop was intended to use Windows 7, so driver support on Windows XP may be hard to get. You are commenting using your WordPress.
It sure is snappy now. So I did all the usual chkdsk options, and installed all the latest patches and took it back to the M … blue screen Stop 7b. I recently purchased a Dell Inspiron Laptop that shci preloaded with Windows 7.
XPS M1330 and M1530 bios doesn’t recognize Samsung SSD 840 – anyone tried with succes?
Kent you are a genius! I tried install it in a Packard Bell just to see if the bios would recognize it – and it did. Dave on Fine Rotation of objects in….
This entry was posted in Uncategorized. I would suggest you either fiddle around with it if you are dekl braveor just use regular ATA mode for your hard drive.
Yupe finally got my after 3. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. But since you post was from a couple years ago and my system is slightly different form the M, I’m not sure if I should m13300 exactly the same driver.
I hoping it was worth the 5 hours of disk checks and diagnosis that it took to work that out.
I have to delk some time googling and hunting for the drivers I did what u said and it booted up fine. The time now is You have three options at this point: I have to spend some time googling and hunting for the drivers.
SATA harddrive running in AHCI or ATA mode. any difference?
I will choose the driver to install. Originally Posted by kent I have to spend some time googling and hunting for the drivers Check your PM in about 30 minutes. Originally Posted by rimmerchant.
Still Stop 7b Blue screened every time I tried a normal boot. I’d like to start off by saying congrats! The Ahck M is one friggin sexy laptop.