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Old 12-09-2010, 11:46 AM
pascalbriand pascalbriand is offline
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Default Is there a way to "force" install AHCI driver?

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I must say, that I am probably NOT using AHCI. In Device Manager, under "IDE ATA/ATAPI Controllers" I have only "Standard Dual Channel PCI IDE Controller". In fact, there is no BIOS so I can nowhere "turn AHCI on", but it should be on, I believe. Is there a way to "force" install AHCI driver?
Yes, when you go to change the ssd pilot, you must do it manually, and unactivate hardware compatibility. You will see all pilots. Choose now Microsoft, and you will have the choice to SATA AHCI 1.0 pilot.

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Old 12-16-2010, 11:03 AM
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I just did update on my macbook pro mid 2010 from 1.1. Worked fine on 7 x86 in bootcamp (had some issues not recognizing the drive, but after update to last bootcamp and starting the update tool as admin i saw it). Started update (my drive accepted only the alternate package), system froze at 850, had to shut down it manually. After reboot i opened again software and firmware is now 2.0. Tested deep sleep mode on Leopard, working fine right now.
Looks a bit faster now (had some scattering issue before time to time).

Will update you if i got news..
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Old 05-24-2011, 07:14 PM
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I just did update on my macbook pro mid 2010 from 1.1. Worked fine on 7 x86 in bootcamp (had some issues not recognizing the drive, but after update to last bootcamp and starting the update tool as admin i saw it). Started update (my drive accepted only the alternate package), system froze at 850, had to shut down it manually. After reboot i opened again software and firmware is now 2.0. Tested deep sleep mode on Leopard, working fine right now.
Looks a bit faster now (had some scattering issue before time to time).

Will update you if i got news..
Thank you
Did you do anything else? I have a F120 that came with fw. version 2 from the fabric and Snow Leopard is freezing on me everytime it wakes from deep sleep. It is so frustrating because the MBP (13") is new and the SSD too.

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