MCP67 AHCI TREIBER
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|Supported systems:||Windows 2K, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64 bit, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 10|
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MCP67 AHCI DRIVER
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mcp67 ahci Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. Posted July 19, Edited July 19, by noen. Posted July 20, Posted July 20, edited. Thats right!
You have to take the nvatabus. Another update: Success I was able to clone the Operative System to the mcp67 ahci array. I've successfully integrated the driver into it and I'm sure I'm using the correct driver.
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September 10th, 3. Thank you for the reply. So as you mcp67 ahci see the MCP68 chipset is not mentioned and that is why the drivers won't install.
Everyone keeps asking me if I'm sure that I'm installing the correct drivers but the fact is that the drivers that MSI and nVidia mcp67 ahci providing for this board and chipset for some bizarre reason don't actually seem to contain drivers for the serial ata controller that this chipset uses by all means don't take my word for it, look for yourself and so windows is forced to use the default Microsoft drivers. As I mentioned Abit makes a board that uses this exact same nVidia chipset, the AN-M2HD and there were several posts in their user to user forums regarding this same problem and one person claims that their latest bios update plus a set of AHCI drivers fixed the problem, however I looked at those drivers and they appear exactly the same as the latest MSI drivers so no help there.
But hang on, the OEM file is only to install the drivers during installation, that is not needed for this chipset at the MS driver works fine during installation. Have you tried to install the driver after installation by just using update driver" message and windows won't start. I'm then forced to do a mcp67 ahci install of windows to get things going again.
I found somewhere on launchpad.Download MCP67 AHCI Controller [ASUSTeK Computer Inc] PCI drivers at Vendor: NVIDIA Corporation mcp67 ahci Notes: Channel / Chip Description: MCP67 AHCI / Chip Number: MCP