HP PAVILION DV6000 SATA AHCI CONTROLLER DRIVER
Message 6 of But how should i use this zip file and all the written driver setup information? Disable SATA native mode note: I assume you have already disabled secure boot and enabled legacy mode in the BIOS, correct? Your model falls under this category and you will find the SATA drivers link there too.
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Message 2 of Click Have Disk 9. Follow this procedure to install the drivers: Also, if a computer is downgraded from Vista to XP, it may display an error message that the operating system cannot locate a hard drive.
Unfortunately i dont have any floppy disk drive, so i will try this slipstream, hoping will be fine. Message 4 of 6. You have the Intel Series 5 Mobile Chipset and that file contains the drivers agci it.
Yeah, i know floppys back in the day, i never imagined that would become useful. Message 4 of 4.
Didn’t find what you were looking for? Yes, that is partially what I need. All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic. For NEW notebook consumer models e.
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HP Notebook PCs – How to Add Serial ATA (SATA) Drives to a Windows Installation
Message 3 of 7. Do not put them in a folder. Please note that cohtroller may not be initially visible in the list of drivers shown on your screen which is why you need to use the arrow keys to find it. This topic has been locked due to inactivity for a long period of time.