The performance difference, at the widest point, has never been life-altering anyway. I would test it both ways. That is how I have learned a lot of things–from the generosity of others that have taken the time to pass on what they have learned to others. Go ahead and switch and see what happens. I don’t care for the hot swap feature. Now please, can you tell me if you even understand what the title says?
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I hope everyone else will find our findings useful. After boot, the OS installs the proper drivers, then prompts for another reboot. Perhaps using an AMD-supplied driver will net more performance versus using Win7’s generic driver?
That’d be the first thing I’d do. Or did I misunderstand? That is what I was getting to in my other post, like the title says: The time now is Same for you DVD burners. The drivers from the latest Catalyst, The drive letters will be all different than normal, so make sure you find the right one.
Page 1 of 3 1 2 3 Last Jump to page: LH — for bit and LH64A — for bit. Additionally, this has also worked very well for me and here is the simpler method I was describing.
Google search will help you find them. Log in or Sign up. Of course, if files get small enough, the performance difference becomes immeasurable anyway.
Question regarding Ide-Mode over AHCI on AM760/SB710 board
In regards to Windows 7, its most likely that your board came out after Windows 7 was released and hence you will need to install the chipset drivers because they were not included with Windows 7. Strangely just the usual windows experience feels smoother as well.
I have the same question Show 0 Likes 0. And I should add that these drivers are very recent.
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The next thing was a BSOD at boot. I already tried to get help from AMD but they’d only say that my board is defective. Whether or not there will be a performance loss switching to IDE, depends on the files involved. You can find it here: I do not understand what you want. So, it may just be that AMD’s drivers are not yet fixed like their SB7xx AHCI implementations and they’re just trying to beat around the bush and sb7110 any problems with their drivers exist.
Could you upload a pic of your bios on the screen that would be the equivalent of mine? I will quote from another forum that offers another trick that works the same and offers more explanation. Took it too close so it is kind of blurry but you can see my three options. Now imagine the windows 10 pro build crashing every 2 minutes until you succed installing the aamd drivers from the same folder i mention before onthe stick Do you have a link to this driver package?