Dual boot - Windows 10 - Ubuntu - ACHI issues

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  1. Posts : 5
    Windows 10
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       #11

    Megahertz said:
    sid arp, did you disabled fast boot? Fast boot loads a hibernation file so it can be that it's preventing a clean boot.
    I know you can do it. read my post #7
    Hi! Just tried both procedure (safe mode and registry changes) with fast boot disabled (also disabled secure boot for the sake of it) and it didnít work either :/ Thanks thought, feels like the right track, Iíll give it another try today in case I did something wrong.

    Also, Iíve seen posts of people suggesting to install ACHI drivers manually in windows, but couldnít find the said drivers yet. Any idea whether that might work?
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  2. Posts : 4,080
    Windows 7 HP 64 - Windows 10 Pro - Lubuntu
       #12

    sid arp said:
    Hi! Just tried both procedure (safe mode and registry changes) with fast boot disabled (also disabled secure boot for the sake of it) and it didnít work either :/ Thanks thought, feels like the right track, Iíll give it another try today in case I did something wrong.

    Also, Iíve seen posts of people suggesting to install ACHI drivers manually in windows, but couldnít find the said drivers yet. Any idea whether that might work?
    Did you follow the instructions of the links on post # 7?
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  3. Posts : 17,360
    Windows 11 Pro
       #13

    sid arp said:
    Also, I’ve seen posts of people suggesting to install ACHI drivers manually in windows, but couldn’t find the said drivers yet. Any idea whether that might work?
    Windows wil automatically install the correct SATA drivers when it boots, so long as there are no drivers already present. That's why you have to delete the existing drivers (RAID), boot into UEFI settings and change to ACHI mode, then reboot into Windows.

    The problem is, though, there may be a different drive layout for RAID and ACHI, I don't know for sure. The UEFI may not be able to boot a drive originally set up for RAID in ACHI mode. But that would be at the UEFI firmware level and Windows drivers would have nothing to do with that.
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