Tuesday, January 27, 5: I tried a couple of ones here but I wonder if it’s because mine is the Core 2 VPro that it isn’t work. Before I try Ned’s most excellent suggestion Restart and windows should automatically install the ACHI mode drivers. Reboot again and it should work. Set the bios to SATA and move on. I got anxious and tried the original suggestion.
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Iptiplex upon shutdown with no reference to a specific file but the following error code: So I dont have much of the experience with this setup.
We don’t have any Latitude’s to put it on but I’m sure it’ll work. Aside from the driver, the major change on this image revision ahco XP SP3.
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However, I noticed Gigabyte has two different sets of drivers for both their Intel and Gigabyte SATA ports – one set for a preinstall where you hit F6 during the initial install process and one set to install in a Windows environment.
Jul 20, Posts: Joined Jan Posts 1. But I really wanted to avoid doing that as I can think of about better things to do with a few hours of my time. On the image refresh, we are applying SP3.
Dell Optiplex AHCI sysprep & driver problem
Tuesday, January 20, 1: 7660 the bios to SATA and move on. Guess I will have to dig through the settings and customize the reg entries This method has been fine for Optiplex,and Latitude D, D, and Precision M series machines. Even re-imaging from our last known good image has the same effect when using either of these drivers.
Wednesday, May 6, 6: When shutting down, the process seems to freeze and all you get is a blank desktop. Joined Mar Posts 1.
Not that big of a deal, but I’m baffled as to why the won’t play nice with our image all of a sudden. Only moving away from AHCI solved the issue.
But there is a difference, the uses the ICH8 or 9 controller I believe. Something about it is just too different for XP to take.
I have some questions though. OS Security updates were also added. I followed all instructions albeit using the floppy configuration download cause I couldn’t unzip the other file and I still get BSOD before entering Windows Sun Jun 21, 8: Switching this function allowed the system to work for me.
Configuration Manager General https: Jun 5, Posts: Monday, May 4, 8: Reboot and change to ACHI mode. Originally Posted by Sparks.
Tuesday, May 5, 8: Before I try Ned’s most excellent suggestion The BobThe Terrible solution did not worked for me got an error del trying to image the machine. So it may be worth trying some of the other drivers – look for someting similar to your existing one. My only advice for those who wish to adapt that strategy is this: I’ve tried the one on Dell’s website Version 8.