MSI 890FXA-GD70 AHCI DRIVER

30. Mai 2019 at 6:41

So, now I’m slowly working my way thorough the components to figure out what’s going on. My big question now is: If it isn’t, windows may refuse to boot, and though there is a registry hack to enable it to work forgot the link, just google it , the “clean way” to do it is to start with AHCI enabled, and install windows from there. We’re up to 19 errors now. Can memtest test each individual stick while both are still in place? So, I probably won’t be re-installing windows until I figure out the motherboard situation and whether I need a replacement. I assume this stuff should still have a warranty from Sept

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I’ve have recently installed a SSD drive to my computer – what a speedup!

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Does this mean i should just toss out this memory and buy some new stuff? I’ve read a little bit about it and recognize what it is. Edit 2 – Kids and wife are on their way. And Win 7, so that’s good. Is there any issue with this strategy?

It looks like test 8 was the one that identified the errors. Does that indicate that it is the ‘second” stick whichever that one is?

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Or is it something that my motherboard has to support as well?. The last bit of the ‘bios startup’ screens looked a bit glitchy, and then I saw the windows logo only long enough for it to go black and reboot.

But, my time is pretty limited due to busy field season and not much idle time in front of the computer right now. There is no apparent reason for this random crashing. I can be in the middle of MS Excel, or I can just look at the computer in the morning and find that it has crashed on its own overnight.

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I’ve switched the mssi card, with no luck. If it isn’t, windows may refuse to boot, and though there is a registry hack to enable it to work forgot the link, just google itthe “clean way” to do it is to start with AHCI enabled, and install windows from there.

Just with the printscreen button?

I’ve mmsi the bios during startup. Try the RAID setting? I’ll give it a shot this evening and report back. How serious is 17 errors for 7 passes?

It says that it has found 17 errs, with 7 passes. Anyways, part of the reason I installed the SSD was because I thought a fresh Windows install would clean up the system. We’re up to 19 errors now. I’ve run the memtest overnight. I haven’t tried going into the configuration yet because I didn’t want to lose the information that is on the main screen.

Once I get more time, I’ll likely spend a day cleaning up the computer and re-installing everything from scratch again. So, I’m not quite sure what to make of that. The issue you’re facing is normal, expected behavior.

Of course make sure your motherboard bios is updated, and make sure the AHCI settings in the bios are correct. Put it in the system, update the firmware mai livecd or add it as a 2nd drive, boot into windows, and do it from there 2. Modern Windows OS disables drivers that won’t be used during startup to shave time off boot. I changed that setting to AHCI and the computer began to go through about 5 reboot cycles before I shut ‘er down.

The fix you found re-enables the AHCI drivers so the machine boots normally – and that’s all. Everything is ‘automatically selected’, but there is no indication of what settings have been selected. No idea if the performance has changed – seems zippy, just like before the hack.

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