Hi,I've an X25-M 160GB SSD in my Windows 7 notebook.
The BIOS is configured as AHCI mode but AS SSD Benchmark tells me that the drive is in IDE mode.I've just installed the Intel INF-Update, no other drivers...
Is this normal?Any ideas?
Thanks in advance,
Here are some screenshots:
Looking at your SATA controller it appears you do not have the Microsoft AHCI driver installed. If that is the case, then until there is firmware supporting Intel AHCI drivers, you will have to either schedule TRIM or run it manually via the Toolbox Optimizer.
AS SSD shows it as an ATA device and that is normal. If you run Crystal Disk Info, you will see SATA/300.
look thoroughly before posting http://img17.imageshack.us/img17/5735/devicemgr.jpg http://img17.imageshack.us/img17/5735/devicemgr.jpg
Oops sorry I understand what you mean
standard MS drivers looks like this in device manager http://www.pvle.be/wp-content/2009/09/DeviceManager02_thumb.png http://www.pvle.be/wp-content/2009/09/DeviceManager02_thumb.png
but picture from the first post means that windows is using same windows driver as ms, it's just used the name of controller from INF, installed by intel chipset installation utility. The intel driver is installed only by Intel Matrix Storage or Intel Rapid Storage, otherwise windows is using default ms driver, playing only with names of the controller. Am I wrong?