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How-to add SATA drivers to ERD commanderso that it may read the SATA HDD

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Is there a way to add the SATA drivers to ERD commander so that it may read SATA HDDs?  If so, is there a generic driver ore something close to it?  
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This should point you to how to do it...

http://www.msfn.org/board/lofiversion/index.php/t52565.html
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Could just set your SATA Drives to work in IDE mode while you use ERD Commander so that you dont have to try and slipstream the SATA Drivers.
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I will attempt to use Flubbster's recommendation and report back later.  As far as setting the drives to IDE mode, I do not see an option on my Pavillion DV6700 (Actual configuration is DV6911om) so if you know how to get to those setting please post steps for that.  Thanks
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Following  the steps at http://www.msfn.org/board/lofiversion/index.php/t52565.html worked.  I had to search for a driver pack for more SATA drivers to be added in case I need to setup a different brand later.  Thanks guys fo all your help.
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