I thought I’d post this here in case anyone else has similar problems and maybe this will catch AMD’s attention and they can update the driver. When I had windows 7 installed it used to show 4 ATA devices, now it only shows 2. Long story short, I took a trip to boot recovery to use system restore. I know for a fact AMD Chipset drivers version It should be “C: Please type your message and try again.
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So these lines are messed with a lot. This discussion is locked. You might want to test it out. Awesome glad I could help.
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The newer drivers have changed this fix.
And thank you also unlimitedpl for the direct link to the drivers. But not with ahci. I failed to hide the SATA driver update. Once you do as instructed — by starting then cancelling the install of the newest drivers — go to the extracted folder for me, I mostly work with Windows 7 64bit machines, the location is generally x: Now please, can you tell me if you even understand what the title says?
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shci You have to manually install the driver in device manager. The ones with underscores were the new ones and without were the old ones. I could not get the Probably you should be the one that should research. Really appreciated and still at the top of google results 2 years later!
When I had windows 7 installed it used to show 4 ATA devices, now it only shows 2. I posted a longish comment that seems still to be awaiting moderation.
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Once I did that it works fine. On reboots, it got to the point where it is animating the windows logo annnnnd BSOD. The drivers from the latest Catalyst, Which kinda sucks for some reasons.
Please type your message and try again. Fortunately I found this post on pchelpforum.
Go to the extracted folders, make the edits I list below then go to the main extracted directory — typically something like X: In fact, on my blog I can write just about anything. System is Windows 10 Pro x In my case, it simply fixed the driver installation from the failed Windows update riad the driver that runs on my machine is from and the driver used in the above steps is from The problem now ad that in the device manager under the ATA channels there is nothing in the advanced properties tab.