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stadard dual channel pci ide controller BAD

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July 1, 2014 6:38:51 AM

Hi there,
I have a

Gigabyte ma790xt-ud4p Motherboard

and ssd Kingston hyper x 3k

and Seagate 3tb

when i run AS SSD i notice that " stadard dual channel pci ide BAD "

the program and the benchmark run normally but what is the problem ???

Because i have a lot of hard reboots when i am playing game and am afraid to be this problem cause these reboots

here is 2 photos from the programme

















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July 1, 2014 6:59:34 AM

Is your hard drive set to AHCI in bios? On that note, if it is already The IDE controller is unnecessary. IDE mode allows a SATA drive to emulate an PATA drive for installation of OSes that don't support Sata (notably windows xp). Generally you install, update/install drivers, and switch to AHCI mode. If you're running a more recent OS you should use AHCI
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July 1, 2014 8:26:08 AM

delellod123 said:
Is your hard drive set to AHCI in bios? On that note, if it is already The IDE controller is unnecessary. IDE mode allows a SATA drive to emulate an PATA drive for installation of OSes that don't support Sata (notably windows xp). Generally you install, update/install drivers, and switch to AHCI mode. If you're running a more recent OS you should use AHCI



it was set to IDE and i switch it to AHCI and here what is happened









and i want to know what is the difference between 1, 2 , 3 ??

i switch just number 1 to AHCI



and thank you


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July 1, 2014 8:46:11 AM

those are just for the different SATA ports you have on your mother board. 1 is your native SATA controller, controlled by CPU. Looks like that would be ports 1-3 (not your list 1-3, the physical ports on the board). 2 on your list, are just ports 4 and 5. I assume they are SATA 1, the older, slower generation. On your list, 3 is a Micron Controller, used to control port 6 i assume. It is SATA Generation 2.
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