Driver Sata Ahci Sony Vaio
terryd75Jan 1, 2016, 4:01 PM Look in your bios. The laptop does have win 7, which I installed myself. When the VAIO logo appears, tap the "F2" key to enter the BIOS screen. This file is required to enable the SATA hard disk drive and is intended to provide basic system functionality under Windows XP operating system. navigate here
Robert_Zanol 2013-06-25 23:06:36 UTC #6 XP does not natively support SATA disks. Ensure the "External Device Boot" is set to "Enabled". No options in the BIOS for ACHI (strange I know !) I use the driverpacks normally for most installs with DP13 app. mode. https://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/swu-download.pl?mdl=VGNNR310E&upd_id=3503
Help solved ASUS ROG B250F GAMING No option to change sata mode from bios solved How to boot from ssd that replaced DVD ROM on Sony VAIO svf series? solved Reset Bios now windows wont boot with AHCI mode enabled No option for AHCI in bios. To ensure that no other program interferes with the installation, save all work and close all other programs. During the installation of this file, be sure that you are logged in as the Administrator or as a user with Administrative rights.
The Taskbar should be clear of applications before proceeding. Trust Apr 21, 2013 at 3:25 PM #4 Swordfish Mobster Joined: Jan 17, 2006 Posts: 2,887 Location: Dundee V F said: ↑ Surely the exe is just a container?Click to expand... Softpedia and the Softpedia logo are registered trademarks of SoftNews NET SRL. Download and Installation Instructions To ensure that no other program interferes with the installation, save all work and close all other programs.
Again, Sony may have dumbed down the chipset as previously mentioned. If your VAIO is not supported by the VAIO Windows 8 upgrade kit, we advise you to visit the following pages to find drivers and applications, which you can separately install. Solved. apparently, the Sony laptop knows when you install an ssd, and makes that change for you, automatically.
Re: Support for Intel SATA HDD driver for Windows 8 Mike Myers Feb 5, 2013 11:57 AM (in response to Mike Myers) I don't know if this is relevant or not, check over here http://www.odrivers.com/2012/05/sony-vaio-vpcf22m0eb-drivers-win7-64.html Also... Otherwise, let me recommend Secunia PSI. Forgot how long it took with a DVD !
it is good to install the intel drivers later because they are better optimised but it shouldn't be necessary to detect the drive. After reading the floppy disk, a list of SATA drivers is displayed, please ensure the Intel(R) 82801HEM/HBM SATA AHCI Controller (Mobile ICH8M-E/M)" driver is selected, and then press "Enter". No ide option in bios.
So hopefully it stays in that mode when I put in the new SSD.
The Taskbar should be clear of applications before proceeding. At the "WinZip Self-Extractor - INDOTH-00215619-0011.EXE" dialog, click "Unzip" NOTE: By default the utility unzips all files to the floppy disk in the A: drive. Then the HDD is in AHCI, RAID ready state as a non-RAID drive.Next, Windows 7 will install the necessary Intel drivers. Stay logged in Overclockers UK Forums Forums > Software > Windows & Other Software > Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members Quick Links Notable Members Current Visitors
Thanks for all the replies. Use nLite to make a Windows XP ISO with the drivers included, burn the ISO to a disc, and boot from it. 1901992 2013-06-25 21:23:10 UTC #5 Thanks but I use This utility requires a blank formatted floppy disk and a USB floppy disk drive. weblink It is highly recommended to print out these instructions as a reference during the installation process.
When prompted, insert the floppy disk with the SATA driver files. About SATA / AHCI / RAID Controllers: When enabled by appropriate software, the SATA controller (RAID or AHCI) is properly recognized by the system and all of its features are made Press the "F10" key to save changes and exit. This utility copies the Intel SATA driver files to a floppy disk for use when installing the Microsoft Windows XP operating system.
Device manager is a great tool. Cheers Trust Apr 21, 2013 at 3:16 PM #2 V F Capodecina Joined: Aug 13, 2003 Posts: 12,086 Location: UK This? Applicable Products and Operating Systems (see full list...) Model: VPCEB15FM Operating System: IMPORTANT: This file is only for use with the models identified. I did this after looking in my bios, and discovering...same as you, that there was no option to change to ahci.
if i'm wrong, you can try these. Trust Apr 21, 2013 at 3:58 PM #5 marc2003 Capodecina Joined: Feb 6, 2004 Posts: 19,212 Location: England windows 7 has it's own AHCI driver and you shouldn't need the intel i think my post probably rubbish. At the "Press any key to boot from CD" screen, tap any keyboard key.