|22 May 2014||#1|
Correct Driver installation
Hi all i,m planning to build a new System to replace my old one , and i,m looking for some Advice on how to install Driver,s correctly
So i bought 2 Samsung Evo Ssd,s and i would like to try them out in AHCI.
Now i know i should turn on AHCI before even installing the Ssd,s , but i wonder my new motherboard , an asus 990 fx comes with a seperate AHCI Driver i saw on the Support Page .
i,ve heard using the F6 Method of installing Driver,s , but have never used this before , is it advisable to do this during installation of Windows , or can i just install them after installing Windows ?
i,ve also heard Windows 7 natively supports Ahci , so installing a seperate Driver isn,t neccesary
i,m not exactly sure on how to proceed
All advice would be greatly appreciated !
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|23 May 2014||#3|
Thx alot copter for your Advice! , i,m a bit confused about the difference in function,s , of the Motherboard,s Driver ( support Driver Ahci ) and Window,s natively support of it ,and wich one to use /install
i,ve made a custom Windows install with rt7 lite and i,d like to make a pure as possible build of it ,
i,m not a Pro system builder , but so far i think , . with a fresh installation 2 Driver,s are required after installation of Windows , the Chipset Driver and the Vga Driver
Thx again !
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