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Windows 7: Intel Sata controler ICH10R AHCI + Jmicron AHCI error


15 Jul 2009   #1
Fetterbr

Win 7 64
 
 
Intel Sata controler ICH10R AHCI + Jmicron AHCI error

Hi.

I have the GA-EX58-Extreme Board and have just installed the pre release of Win7 7600 64 bit. Normally i have experience to get the BSOD when in staling with AHCI active in bios so i change to IDE mode. Installation went flawless and also the change to AHCI mode on Intel ICH10R controler went normal. As always i got problem to change the J micron controller to AHCI and of cause i got the BSOD again. I installed the latest R1.17.48.16 driver and tryed again but no luck. Can some tell me what i am doing wrong. ? I have a hardisk and a dvd drive attached to the J micron Sata connection.


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16 Jul 2009   #2
rbmorse

Ubuntu Lunix and Windows 7
 
 

You may not be doing anything wrong...or at least, you're doing the same wrong thing that I am. I've never been able to get that jMicron deleted to work in AHCI mode.

So, I hang the optical drive and the port for the e-SATA connection to the external backup drive off it and run it in IDE mode.
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17 Jul 2009   #3
billdo

Windows 7 x64 rtm
 
 

Are you saying you installed W7 with ICH10R in IDE mode then switched to AHCI after installation? AHCI has to be enabled b4 install.
If you did have the AHCI enable on ICH10R b4 install then maybe there is a conflict with the Jmicron and ICH110.
Did you install latest Intel Matrix Storage Manager? That may sort things out.
You can download it here:
http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=Y&ProductID=2101&DwnldID=17882&strOSs=150&OSFullName=Windows%20Vista*%2064〈=eng

I personally would get rid of that Jmicron sata controller.they are known for being unstable.I should say they were known for being unstable when I researched them 1yr ago.
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17 Jul 2009   #4
Fetterbr

Win 7 64
 
 

Hi.
Yes you can do as you said but if you read my messages you will see i have made lot of experience with installing with or without AHCI. I could have installed with AHCI active but it would give me BSOD on the Jmicron controller, Intel controller is no problem.
I have already the Matrix controller installed but that only works with Intel controller.
The only alernative to Jmicron is the Gigabyte drives but they refere to the same driver from Jmicron as i use. What driver would you use as an alternative for Jmicron????




Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by billdo View Post
Are you saying you installed W7 with ICH10R in IDE mode then switched to AHCI after installation? AHCI has to be enabled b4 install.
If you did have the AHCI enable on ICH10R b4 install then maybe there is a conflict with the Jmicron and ICH110.
Did you install latest Intel Matrix Storage Manager? That may sort things out.
You can download it here:
http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=Y&ProductID=2101&DwnldID=17882&strOSs=150&OSFullName=Windows%20Vista*%2064〈=eng

I personally would get rid of that Jmicron sata controller.they are known for being unstable.I should say they were known for being unstable when I researched them 1yr ago.
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