Blue Screen When Enabling AHCI Mode In Windows 8.1
Reply Mike Lane says: July 9, 2014 at 9:27 am I didn't edit the registry … what registry changes are you referring to? Perfect, thank you. It helpedenobilHelped me too but currently trying to activate marvell ahci drivers rather than microsoft'sSalman Shahgoto -HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMCurrentControlSetServicesstorahcstartoverridechange the value to 0Lyrad KcirhorThe above instructions helped me, but still didn't work. I try sometimes not to use it but find metro frustrating to find programs as I have many. https://www.eightforums.com/drivers-hardware/33883-blue-screen-when-enabling-ahci-mode-windows-8-1-a.html
Enter bios, change Sata from IDE to AHCI, save and reboot into windows, it will now enter safe mode. 3. I am suck with IDE and windows 8.Joshua GardeThanks man! Does Windows not boot?NatRUSThe "start" value atHKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMCurrentControlSetServicesstorahc is "0". Close Registry Editor and restart your system. 6.
In simpler terms, there’s no reason you shouldn’t use it.Updated method A lot of feedback has been given with our visitors sharing different levels of success in the below method. This took all of five mins and job done ….wooo hooo :)nn9Your registry key file ruined my Windows 8. Just extract the .reg extension file from the compressed folder and run it and restart your computer. Because Windows can't load the new drivers for AHCI or RAID interface.
Used the following settings: SATA Mode = AHCI Fastboot = enabled CSM = enabled Secureboot = Windows UEFI Everything works fine. If your neighbor’s dog bites you, your computer blows up or hard drive refuses to work, I hereby take no liability. A few hours later I stumbled across your post about making registry entries and voilà! Type Yes into the pop-up Command Prompt window and hit the Enter.Now you can restart the computer and enter the BIOS to enable the SATA AHCI mode. (If you don’t know
Of course, if you say please, I’ll be more than happy to help. :)Update: updated with some input from Lyrad Kcirhor, thanks!Update for Windows 10 users: As commented below by gapooter, this method also
Getting into the registry was straightforward enough but the... MSI 760gma p34(fx) mobo with an older seagate 250gb hdd (lol I know it's tiny haha). In Regedit I don't have "StartOverride sub-key set"
Stuck in RAID mode. Check This Out I have... THANKS! That key is missing in Windows 8, however.
But it does not work to choose AHCI i BIOS. Computer Type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Custom build OS Windows 8.1 Pro CPU AMD Phenom II X 4 965 BE Motherboard Gigabyte GA-MA790X-DS4 Memory G-Skill 8 GB PC 8500 Graphics Card http://www.wondershare.com/disk-utility/fix-mbr-error-1-2-3.html Reply Peter Sarge says: February 17, 2015 at 2:42 pm Hi Mike! http://allwebsitescripts.com/blue-screen/blue-screen-unexpected-kernel-mode-trap-idsvia64-sys.html Gopal In BIOS , there is no option to change SATA mode .
Used the 2nd method of editing the registry. Change the SATA mode in BIOS to whatever you would like: IDE, AHCI or RAID(XHD). I had lost all hope but then happened to find this.
PC works fine.
I use segate ST2000DM001 as boot drive and have... I booted into safe like you suggested then changed it to AHCI in BIOS and switched back to normal boot after it booted up. Double-click on it and set its value to 0 (That's zero and not alphabet O). 4. I installed the latest Intel RST driver package (1030).I blame HP and their lack of support for PCs over 2 yrs old.
Blue screen when installing Windows 8 in UEFI mode in BSOD Crashes and Debugging Hello! both the START dwords for those registry entries were already set to 0. (remember that I have SATA mode set as IDE in BIOS!) So then I went to the BIOS Strange I thought. have a peek here I had RAID enabled in BIOS in my previous setup on Dell Vostro 430 and actually changed it to ATA during Win7 reinstall (silly me).
Name your favourite charity and I'll send them a "thank-you". Restart and enable AHCI in your system BIOS Stacey says: July 11, 2014 at 9:43 am Mike, just wanted to follow up so others who read this thread aren't confused. Type 0 (zero) for AHCI, and click/tap on OK. (see screenshot below) 6. If prompted by UAC, click/tap on Yes. 3.
Computer Type: PC/Desktop OS: Windows 10 CPU: i7-2600K Motherboard: Asrock Extreme4 Gen3 Memory: 8GB Graphics Card: 2 x AMD Radeon HD6900 Hard Drives: Transcend TS256GSSD370S Western Digital Black WD1001FALS 1TB Western Nylson Thank you so very much!