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Sorry about the late reply. I enabled "Raid" in my bios and changed the value in the registry. I was able to run a SSD program and it now detects the Trim feature and runs it thru the process. Is this something I should do more than once?
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Hey, I don't think AHCI is supported on your motherboard. It was a while since I helped write that tutorial, but if I remember it was only the nForce boards with onboard graphics that supported AHCI.
It shouldn't be too much of a worry though. The nForce chipset can still do NCQ to the chipset, and you can still get the TRIM command enabled with the IDE controller. My guide was just how to setup the Microsoft IDE controller, not how to enable AHCI on the nForce 4 chipset. If you've followed the steps on that tutorial then you should be good to go
I have just been able to buy a SSD. I see on the forum that you have the magic to enable ACHI on Nforce Motherboards. I must not be doing something right because I am not having any luck. I have a DFI Lanparty Nforce 4 Ultra d an a plextor M3 Pro 128 Gig. If you have the time will you assist me in getting this done if it is possible.