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vpceb1s1e turn ahci

Hello ,

I have vpceb1s1e Sony Vaio laptop and when i access bios i only can change the date ,time and the boot priority.Does anyone know the way i can access the full bios of the laptop in order to turn the disk to AHCI.

Thanks in Advance.
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matzoro
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matzoro
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Lior KarasentiCommented:
I found this

Have to uninstall/disable Intel Rapid Storage driver/application. Laptop/OS then automatically supports and loads AHCI drivers
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