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EP45-UD3L & SATA Hot-Swapping: Trying To Fool Mother Nature?

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Old February 3rd 11, 09:54 PM posted to alt.comp.periphs.mainboard.gigabyte
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Default EP45-UD3L & SATA Hot-Swapping: Trying To Fool Mother Nature?

The file set downloaded was:

- iaAHCI.cat
- iaAHCI.inf
- iaStor.cat
- iaStor.inf
- IaStor.sys

The F6 option's dialog lists four different drivers from that
file set:

- ICH7R/DH SATA RAID Controller
- ICH7DMH SATA RAID Controller

These all come from iaStor.inf. For RAID controllers.

I guess the one you need is "Intel(R) ICH10R SATA AHCI Controller".
It's in iaAHCI.inf.
Maybe you didn't notice, but you can scroll down the list to make the
others drivers appear ?


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