REG file would look like with the information I found:. With this in mind I’m trying to figure out if this is a Windows 7 problem, a Intel driver problem, a Torqx problem, or if I’m just going nuts over something silly benchmarks being what they are do not reflect real world use Already have an account? Dumb question of the day – what happens if you don’t integrate the drivers, but install them after the XP installation instead? REG file would look like with the information I found: It is my understanding Win7 has AHCI support built in and does not require anything from the user to implement it.
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The only driver you probably have to integrate is the suitable 32bit textmode driver. Nevertheless I want to thank you for your post, which answers some of ChiefZeke’s questions.
Sign in Already have an account? There is a G ISS to see if you’ve been bios limited to 1.
Windows Registry Editor Version 5. Intel drives are the fastest even with mediocre sequential write speeds. After all, its a laptop and its made to conserve more power compared to desktop variants. Hey Fernando awsome guide but i am having problems with my vospro the chipset is Intel GM express.
When devices throttle, it doesn’t throttle at speeds the eyes can see. Please give me some details contrloler the Southbridge not the system management chipset of your laptop and the drivers you have integrated.
AHCI Supported Chipsets
Something is going on in Windows, but I just can’t figure out what. Well think about it for a moment.
I was having a hell 82081hbm a time figuring out how to use baredit, and since there isn’t a tutorial I could find I’m worried that I’m going to screw something up. Im trying to install XP Home 32 bit on a laptop that had a factory installed Vista 64 bit. I listed all of the above because of the hardware IDs for my system.
Is this even worth worrying about? Posted September 20, edited.
After following your instructions and merging the created. What happened to built in support? Decided to compare the. Go To Topic Listing nLite. Hardware Components and Aftermarket Upgrades. By Fernando 1November 16, in nLite.
User Retired 2Aug 19, Posted September 7, Now, the thread that I posted above makes it seem that Lenovo crippled the BIOS for the sake of compatibility, but I don’t think this may be the case in my situation and perhaps others as I am getting better speeds outside of Windows 7 Paragon uses a Linux.
SSD and Intel ICH8M
Your laptop indeed supports SATA, but its throttling. Mormegil83Aug 19, Multi-boot works excellently and I can boot to all four operating systems with no problems. Meaning there’s only one explanation. Log in or Sign up. The use of ad-blocking software hurts the site. The single best reason for SSD is the access time. Your sequential icy8m shouldn’t matter.