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    Post Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by aquax View Post
    I'm running IDE mode, I will try AHCI and report back
    Thanks for the help--I am using IDE mode also--but you still need to detect drives--maybe you could post your settings?

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    Post Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    I just tried reloading 9B again & no matter what setting I use I get a MB loop--right after reported "POOL--success!!" the system will reboot. As soon as I revert back to 9A, I get a normal load to my bootloader.

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    Hey Auto, I can't load ahci driver even after enabling it from regedit, it worked fine with F8, I think the new AHCI need to have windows reinstalled, I'm currently reinstalling windows

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    Update: Reinstalling windows fixed it, AHCI mode boots fine now.

    Question: should I install the intel matrix storage or the intel inf chipset driver is enough? I don't use raid

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    Hmmmm--I just run the driver...anyone else have any ideas?

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    Hey auto, do you get any BSOD?

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    Give autocrosser some time to answer that question.
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    No--just don't even get to bootloader--as soon as I reflash w/9A everything works normal...kind'a bummed--was waiting to test the new AHCI & can't even use it....ugh.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by autocrosser View Post
    No--just don't even get to bootloader--as soon as I reflash w/9A everything works normal...kind'a bummed--was waiting to test the new AHCI & can't even use it....ugh.....
    Try to reinstall your windows with F9b, I'm sure it will fix the bootloader problem, I had same problem when I enabled AHCI, but reinstalling windows fixed it

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    Post Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by aquax View Post
    Try to reinstall your windows with F9b, I'm sure it will fix the bootloader problem, I had same problem when I enabled AHCI, but reinstalling windows fixed it
    Well---interesting idea, but I am a Linux user---so either the new AHCI is not compatible with Linux or I'm having a problem with my CPU--reading back in the posts, I see someone else having a problem with one of the older i7 cpus & I am using bleeding edge Linux---so I'm willing to bet on a cpu compatibility problem----so I wait

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