It should work at this point. For the best viewing experience please update your browser to Google Chrome. Originally Posted by bfischer. Dec 7, 2. I’ll be checking that out now.

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Tablets Laptops and Netbooks Phones. Feb 12, 8. Antoni0Feb 12, I’m running BIOS as well, btw. Regardless, I can not boot in EFI mode. This device cannot start. About us Privacy policy Mailing list Mobile.

If its seen then dont worry and go ahead with installation, windows will put its own AHCI driver. Feb 10, 4. You’ll want to update the BIOS to the final agci Intel Architecture Day.

Sata Configuration – Asus P8P67 PRO User Manual [Page 83]

RE the asus download page. Feb 12, This registry should work on all e6x10 laptops.

As expected, after first round of “copying files” – BSOD 2. Thanks anci the help. Your saying yours could either be marvell or intel, make sure you verify which one it is or if it has both, which one your plugged into.


ASUS P8P67 – Fighting with AHCI in XP

Joined Jan Posts 1. Antoni0Feb 11, No, create an account now. Installing XP with F6.

Dec 7, 5. Also, are you using the ‘F6’ drivers or trying to pull the driver from somewhere else? Flying FoxThresher.

I could see my oro spending a full day re-installing everything. For example, my copy of Acronis won’t clone anything newer than Windows 7 no matter how much you yell at it.

ASUS P8P67 will not work with SSD drive as boot drive

This is with a GTX Register Now In order to be able to post messages on the Overclock. Feb ;8p67, I suggest trying it first because it’s considerably less involved than moving drive connections around inside your machine: Windows 7 Pro 64bit.

I have read elsewhere about the Marvel option. Dec 8, 6. Turns out I wasted a bit of time on this, should have come on and asked here first.

Can you still boot the old hard drive without issue? Installing XP with F6 is the same adding drivers with nLite. What XP did you installed?

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