@ SPEEDMASTER85: Welcome at Win-RAID Forum! Zitat von im Beitrag I have a 27' iMac 10,1 late 2009. I have installed a samsung 840 evo 250 GB instead superdrive. I have 1TB mac original 7200 rpm hard drive and the sad instead superdrive. I have 2 partitions in SSD one with mavericks and the other with windows 8.1. Can i enable AHCI mode?
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ICH10R AHCI Driver for Microsoft Windows* (32 & 64 bit) for Intel® Server System SR1680MV The Software may contain open source software. The associated open source licenses are included with the driver package. Oct 22, 2008 There was a hack for the Mac Pro 1,1 with EFI 32bit that enabled AHCI and all 6 SATA ports in windows using a modified GRUB Bootloader that sent a command to the controller to use AHCI mode instead of Legacy IDE mode.
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What is the correct procedure? Exist a program? I am sorry, but I cannot answer your questions, because I don't have any own experience with an iMac system. Hopefully there is another Forum member, who is able to help you resp. To answer your questions.
Regards Fernando. The Windows version of NVIDIA MCP ( Media & Communications Processor) chipsets differ from the iMac version in that they have a BIOS with a RAID Option ROM that enables AHCI mode by changing the Device ID (and also PCI registers) and later installing Nvidia's proprietary AHCI/RAID driver in Windows. As the 27' 2009 iMac uses EFI and allows Windows to boot through BIOS emulation, you are limited by whatever Apple provides in Boot Camp, which is IDE Mode by default If you read, you can see that others have faced the same problem with the Nvidia chipset trying to enable AHCI in Linux as well as Windows.
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You can get Linux to recognise the SATA controller as AHCI capable by adding the correct PCI register info to the GRUB bootloader configuration (grub.cfg) e.g. Zitat # setpci -d 10de:0ab5 9c.b=06 I take it you have read, where others have installed Windows Vista/Windows 7/ in UEFI mode on a GPT partitioned hard drive (without Mac OS installed on the drive at all) which automatically enables AHCI mode - I noticed you posted also. Someone could.possibly. solve the problem by investigating the differences in the values of the PCI registers for the device ID 10de:0ab5 when Windows has been installed using UEFI (AHCI mode) and comparing it with a Windows installation using Bootcamp (IDE mode) - but to do this they must have access to a 27' 2009 iMac with the latest firmware installed. Edit Reading through on this issue, it seems that even force installing an AHCI driver through Windows device manager will not correctly enable AHCI.
I am one of many who are irritated that Apple decided to force the ESB2 controller to run in LEGACY mode while booting an alternate OS. It runs significantly slower in Legacy mode than it would in AHCI mode. We deserve an EFI Firmware update on our Mac Pros that changes the mode the controller is put into when booting any OS that isn't Mac OSX. There was a hack for the Mac Pro 1,1 with EFI 32bit that enabled AHCI and all 6 SATA ports in windows using a modified GRUB Bootloader that sent a command to the controller to use AHCI mode instead of Legacy IDE mode. The ESB2 southbridge supports 3 different modes: - Legacy IDE (as PCI vendor id 2680) - AHCI (as PCI vendor id 2681) - RAID (as PCI vendor id 2682) This Legacy mode essentially makes all your SATA 3.0gbps drives run at the ATA133 speeds, it disable Native Command Queuing, and disables DMA transfers - forcing PIO mode, which consumes CPU. In the end we would have a better, faster experience in Windows and be able to use ALL the hardware that we paid for.
This change to AHCI mode would enable the pair of ODDSATA ports that are found on the motherboard under the pair of front fans. I would like to use my SATA Optical Drives in windows too. If there is anyone out there that has been able to get the hack from the Mac Pro 1,1 to work on the Mac Pro 3,1 let me know how because I spent several days fighting with GRUB, & Ubuntu to get it to boot into AHCI mode but GRUB would give me many errors, 17, 15, 21 to name a few. Apple Footer. This site contains user submitted content, comments and opinions and is for informational purposes only. Apple may provide or recommend responses as a possible solution based on the information provided; every potential issue may involve several factors not detailed in the conversations captured in an electronic forum and Apple can therefore provide no guarantee as to the efficacy of any proposed solutions on the community forums. Apple disclaims any and all liability for the acts, omissions and conduct of any third parties in connection with or related to your use of the site.
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