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Vista with Achi

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I have Dell D630 installed with Vista ENT x64 and I want to work on achi mode, when I turned in the bios to achi mode the system canot boot up because there is no driver for this mode

I would like to know if there is way to install the achi driver on exist system without format the system,


Regards Eli,
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