|17 Jun 2010||#1|
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Win XP Sata Driver on Dual Boot Machine
I would appreciate some help on this one please for I am really new at this.
I have setup a dual boot on my Toshiba L300 22M laptop with Win 7 and Win XP.
In order to install Win XP I changed my AHCI setting in the Bios to Compatibility Mode, then changed it back to AHCI Mode and installed Win 7.
What I would like to do is install the Sata Driver for Win XP so that I can start Win XP not having to change to compatibility mode all the time.
I have downloaded the storage manager file from the manufacturers website however when I run the .exe file it reports an error that the system specs in unsupported. In the device manager I only have IDE registered nothing about AHCI or SATA, I suppose that is because I am in compatability mode in the bios.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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