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zoric92

Get AHCI on my laptop ? HELP

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zoric92    0

I have a Fujitsu Simens amilo Pa 1538 and i cant find AHCI to enable it so i can install Mac on that laptop i have PhonixBIOS Setup Uility as bios, please help me out here.

Images on my BIOS

http://i.imgur.com/ZQbJm.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/ipgo7.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/KkG1s.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/ruFde.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/8MPnW.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/E6jEM.jpg

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GrofLuigi    11

What happens when you enter "SATA HARD DRIVE" in the first screen?

My Amilo Pi 3525 also doesn't have option for AHCI, but there it can't be disabled. Phoenix BIOS is very restrictive.

GL

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cdob    11
I have a Fujitsu Simens amilo Pa 1538 and i cant find AHCI to enable it

That's a Nividia Chipset C51D+MCP51.

The hardware dosn't support AHCI.

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zoric92    0
I have a Fujitsu Simens amilo Pa 1538 and i cant find AHCI to enable it

That's a Nividia Chipset C51D+MCP51.

The hardware dosn't support AHCI.

Witsh should i download and use of this once ?

for nForce3/4 SataRAID and nForce 3/4/5 PataRAID systems:

>64bit nForce LEGACY drivers v6.99 mod by Fernando

for nForce 560/520 (MCP65) and nForce 630a (MCP67) SataRAID systems:

>64bit nForce SATARAID drivers v10.3.0.46 WHQL

for all other nForce SataRAID systems:

>64bit nForce SATARAID drivers v11.1.0.43 WHQL

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cdob    11
Witsh should i download and use of this once ?

Actual nForce chipsets (MCP65 and up) do support the advanced S-ATA-Features (z.B. NCQ) of the AHCI standard.

The MCP51 dosn't support AHCI. There is no AHCI driver relating this hardware.

Drivers relate to Windows XP. Use legacy nForce 3/4/5 driver, if you install Windows XP.

If yo use another OS, use another drivers.

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