Modded Intel AHCI and RAID Drivers (digitally signed)@ users with an Intel AHCI/RAID system and an Intel SATA AHCI/RAID Controller from ICH7 up, which is not supported by any or by the actual original Intel AHCI/RAID drivers: The problems: Although the actual Intel AHCI and RAID drivers are running fine with nearly all Intel Southbridges from ICH7. R/M up, the installation fails for systems with various Intel SATA AHCI/RAID Controllers, because Intel didn't write the needed Hardware. IDs into the related information file (with the suffix . INF). This is the reason why the latest Intel AHCI drivers cannot be installed onto AHCI systems with an ICH8.
В Windows XP встроенных AHCI драйверов нет, потому их нужну ставить с дискеты при установке по F6 или немного потанцевать с бубном. ICH9R/DO/DH 4 port Serial ATA Storage Controller 1 - 2920.. Актуальные драйверы MSM/RST по ID устройств со ссылками на. VEN_8086&DEV_2922&CC_0106 "Intel ICH9R /DO/DH SATA AHCI.
R, ICH8. M, ICH9. R or ICH1. 0R Southbridge and the Intel RAID drivers of the v.
- Если вы все же хотите включить AHCI на установленной системе, перед изменением значения этой опции принудительно смените драйвер IDE/SATA-контроллера на нужный.
- Функция eSATA не поддерживается полностью ОС WinXP без драйвера AHCI. Контроллер SATAII встроен в чипсет Intel® ICH9R • Поддерживается скорость передачи данных 300МБ/с • 4 порта SATAII и 2 eSATA на чипсете ICH9R • Поддерживается AHCI контроллер с SATA RAID.
ICH9R/DO/DH 4 port Serial ATA Storage Controller 1 - 2920. Итак, установка AHCI драйверов на рабочую Windows XP. Чтобы установить драйвер из установленной системы Windows XP нужно. 1. Скачал с оф. сайта материнки GA-P35-S3G драйверы 'Intel SATA Preinstall driver (For AHCI / RAID Mode)' под Windows XP 32-bit. ICH9R/DO/DH Family 4 port Serial ATA Storage Controller 1- 2920..
X7. 9 RAID systems. Some manufacturers of computers, mainboards and notebooks wanted to save money and integrated instead of the fully functional Intel ICH8.
R/ICH8. M, ICH9. R/ICH9. M or ICH1. 0R SATA Controller Chips the cheaper, but somehow "castrated" ICH8, ICH9 or ICH1.
Although many of these systems without a letter behind the "ICH" do support the AHCI standard features and have a BIOS with the option to enable the AHCI mode, the owners are not able to get any original Intel AHCI driver installed or integrated into the Windows image. Obviously Intel doesn't want to support these low- priced AHCI Controller revisions. The solution. To make the newest Intel AHCI and RAID drivers usable for nearly all owners of an AHCI or RAID capable Intel chipset system, I have customized the related INF files by adding the missing Hardware. IDs. This modification doesn't affect the real AHCI or RAID driver named ia. Stor. sys resp. ia. Stor. A. sys itself, but just the associated information files with the suffix .
INF and for XP compatible drivers additionally the text file named TXTSETUP. OEM, which is absolutely needed for the XP installation onto any AHCI or RAID system. That is the reason why the "driver modification" doesn't have any negative impact on the function of the absolutely untouched Intel AHCI and RAID drivers,Relevance of the driver's "Digital Signature"The latest Windows Operating Systems from Win.
Driver Signature Enforcement", which does not allow to get any driver installed, which has no valid digital signature. Since any modification of the associated INF file automaticly breaks the digital signature of the driver, there is only one way to get a "modded" driver installed onto Win. Driver Signature Enforcement": The modded driver has to be digitally signed by a trustworthy person or Company. Notes: All modded 3. Intel AHCI/RAID drivers, which I am offering here, have been digitally signed by me according to mrces.
Mod. Driver. Sign. Tool, which had been written by our Forum member Zwulf for this purpose. Big thanks to them both! Consequence: It should be possible to get these drivers installed without any problems (no disabling of the "Driver Signature Enforcement" required)! Nevertheless you may get the message while trying to get any "mod+signed" driver installed, that "the best driver is already running".
This always will happen, when you want to replace a) a WHQL certified driver orb) a newer driver by an older one. Solution: Force the installation of the "mod+signed" drivers by using the "Have Disk" button. How to benefit from the digital signature of these drivers: To get full benefit from the driver's digital signature it is necessary to import the related Certificate and to declare it as trustworthy.
Important: This procedure has to be done only once, but before you are trying to get the first "mod+signed" driver installed.> Here< < /b> you can find all needed informations about how to import the Win- RAID CA certificate. Since all required files are present within a separate folder of my "mod+signed" driverpacks, nothing has to be downloaded separately. Additional remarks: Universally usable Intel AHCI/RAID drivers(modded and digitally signed)(last updated: 0. I. Intel AHCI/RAID drivers from the "classical" Intel RST Series (using just 1 single driver named ia. Stor. sys)Notes regarding the below listed drivers: Supported: All known Intel SATA AHCI and RAID Controllers from ICH7.
R/M up to Intel X9. Series Chipsets. Usable with: All Windows Operating Systems from XP up.
Here are the latest and probably best "classical" Intel RST AHCI/RAID drivers: II. Intel AHCI/RAID drivers from the RST(e) Series (having an additional SCSI Filter driver named ia. Stor. F. sys)Notes regarding the below listed drivers: Although I have added the needed Hardware. IDs to allow the support of all Intel SATA/RAID Controllers from ESB2/ICH7. R/M up, I am not sure, whether the below listed drivers are the best choice for old Intel chipset systems.
The installation and the usage of Intel's new RST(e) drivers from v. RST generation. You canl find > here< < /b> some general remarks and advices. Supported: All known Intel SATA AHCI and RAID Controllers from ICH7. R/M up. Usable with: All Windows. Operating Systems from Win.
Here are the most important Intel RST(e) drivers, which I have "universally modded" and digitally signed for you: Modded+signed Intel RST(e) drivers v. Intel RST(e) drivers from the v. Modded+signed Intel RST(e) drivers v. Intel RST(e) drivers from the v. Modded+signed Intel RST(e) drivers v. Win. 10 in- box Intel RAID driver v.
Modded+signed Intel RST(e) drivers v. Intel RST(e) drivers from the v. Modded+signed Intel RST(e) drivers v. Modded+signed Intel RST(e) drivers v. Modded+signed Intel RST(e) drivers v. Intel RST drivers): Modded+signed Intel RST(e) drivers v. Modded+signed 6. 4bit Intel RST(e) driver v.
Additional advices: Although I do not really recommend to install any RST(e) driver of the v. Intel chipset, interested users may try them nevertheless. A feedback regarding the result is much appreciated. III. Intel AHCI/RAID drivers from the old "Intel(R) Matrix Storage Manager" (MSM) platform. Notes regarding the below listed drivers: Supported: All known Intel SATA AHCI and RAID Controllers from ICH6. R/M and ESB2 up. Usable with: All Windows Operating Systems from W2k up.
Here are the download links: Any feedback is much appreciated. Have fun with the "mod+signed" drivers! Dieter (alias Fernando).