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how to enable in the bios configuration to runing on achi mode

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Hi all

I have dell precision M4500 LT running win XP_sp3_VL,
I want to change the Sata configuration on the bios from ATA to achi mode
When I do this (without install the specific driver) I got the familiar blue screen,
For that I wanted to install the correct drivers which are:
•      Bios
•      Intel AMT HECI
•      Intel Chipset Software Installation Utility
•      Intel Dual-Core Turbo Boost driver
•      Ricoh R5U24x

When I run those drivers (except of the bios) I got the following error massage “the system does not meet the minimum requirements”

Any idea why I got this error I also check that this driver is the bit like my OS x86

Please help

Eli
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by:dj0rbit
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you can get into bios by pressing F2 at bootup
once in bios there should be a Sata mode options
change the settings there
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jbrown22 earned 1500 total points
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Rather than re-create the wheel... take a look at this page: AHCI in Windows XP - EdWiki.  

The instructions are detailed enough that you should be successful.  Post back if you're having problems and where you're stuck at in the instructions.
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by:Wanova
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i found anithe sulotion
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