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how to disable SATA native support from bios in hp pavilion dv5-1060ee laptop

Dear Sir ,
                  how  should i  disable SATA native support  from bios in hp pavilion dv5-1060ee laptop .
Regards
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slam69Commented:
GO INTO BIOS AND CHANGE AHCI TO COMPATIBILITY
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sanjeevkmrsAuthor Commented:
sorry i dint get the option you specified in Bios , kindly can you tell me agin plz.
regards
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slam69Commented:
If that option isnt tyhere then your best option is to actually buold an install disk and slipstream teh sata drivers into the install

download teh drivers to disk then follow teh below guide for how to slipstream them into your xp install using nlite

http://www.maximumpc.com/article/How-To--Slipstream-your-XP-installation
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nobusCommented:
why do you want to disabvle native sata support?
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slam69Commented:
to install xp would be my guess
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sanjeevkmrsAuthor Commented:
i want to install windows xp , kindly help
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slam69Commented:
there are two places to install teh sata drivers, either hit f6 when booting an dinstall them from a floppy drive or slipstream as described in teh article above

hp are trying to discourage the downgrades to xp hence why they arent letting the sata compatibility being turned off in teh BIOS
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sanjeevkmrsAuthor Commented:
well forget windows xp , can i install windows vista bussiness , so that it can work in my lan network .
kindly suggest
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slam69Commented:
if you want to install vista then vista has native sata drivers within teh install so you dont need to worry about turning off sata

just put your install disk in the machine and install as normal
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nobusCommented:
Trying to help, even if you did not answer my question...
here all the drivers; and vista should recognise any sata disks - so you don't need anything else..
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/softwareList?os=2093&lc=en&dlc=en&cc=us&lang=en&product=3767363
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