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#886 RE: Recommended AHCI/RAID and NVMe Drivers by Fernando 15.12.2017 23:22

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@tradewisdom:
You obviously have tried to download other driverpacks, which were listed within the same hoster page. This is not possible!
If you double-click just onto the link, which is within the start post of the related thread, you will get just the desired driverpack and nothing else. If you want another driverpack as well, you have to search for the related link and to use it.
It was not my intention to open my MEGA and OneDrive accounts for leechers, who want to download everything they can get.

#887 RE: Recommended AHCI/RAID and NVMe Drivers by tradewisdom 16.12.2017 01:12

A SINGLE CLICK on the link provided in this very same forum, "Page 1", using an alternative browser (Opera):

[[File:2017-12-15 18_01_57-Program Manager.jpg|none|auto]]

[[File:2017-12-15 18_06_09-Program Manager.jpg|none|auto]]

#888 RE: Recommended AHCI/RAID and NVMe Drivers by tradewisdom 16.12.2017 01:16

To be absolutely clear: I am not interested in obsessive downloading, 'warez', exploits or any piracy of IP.
All I wish, is to find a solution that seems to have worked for countless others who visit this forum.

I thank you for and quite appreciate the work you do, to make this resource available for the benefit of many 10,000's of users.

#889 RE: Recommended AHCI/RAID and NVMe Drivers by Fernando 16.12.2017 01:38

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Zitat von tradewisdom im Beitrag #889
All I wish, is to find a solution that seems to have worked for countless others who visit this forum.
The solution is quite simple: Double-click onto the link and you will get the requested driverpack.
My MEGA and OneDrive accounts are not a bazar, where everyone can download everything, which he/she sees on the related hoster page. You need the exact and complete link to get the related *.RAR file.

#890 RE: Recommended AHCI/RAID and NVMe Drivers by Pacman 20.12.2017 06:11

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Client NVMe* Microsoft Windows* Drivers for Intel® SSDs v3.2.0.1002

DriverVer=10/18/2017,3.2.0.1002

#891 RE: Recommended AHCI/RAID and NVMe Drivers by Fernando 20.12.2017 12:08

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@all:
Update of the start post

Changelog:

  • Intel NVMe drivers:
    • new: 32/64bit Intel NVMe drivers v3.2.0.1002 WHQL dated 10/18/2017 for Win7-10
    • new: Intel NVMe Drivers Installer Set v3.2.0.1002 WHQL dated 12/12/2017 for Win7-10
      Notes:
      Supported are the NVMe Controllers of the following Intel NVMe SSDs:
      • P3700/3600/P3500/P3520/750 Series (DeviceID of the related NVMe Controller: DEV_0953)
      • DC P3520 Series (DeviceID of the related NVMe Controller: DEV_0A53)
      • DC P4500 and DC P4600/4501/4601/4608/4510 Series (DeviceID of the related NVMe Controller: DEV_0A54)
      • DC P4600 (DeviceID of the related NVMe Controller: DEV_0A55)
      • Optane 900p Series (DeviceID of the related NVMe Controller: DEV_2700)
      • Optane P4800x Series (DeviceID of the related NVMe Controller: DEV_2701)
    • new: 32/64bit Intel NVMe drivers v3.2.0.1002 mod+signed by me at 12/20/2017
      Notes:
      Additionally supported are the NVMe Controllers of the following NVMe SSDs:
      • 600P Series (DeviceID of the related NVMe Controller: DEV_F1A5)
      • Optane 8000p Series (DeviceIDs of the related NVMe Controllers: DEV_2522 and DEV_A2BA)

Thanks to Pacman for the info and the link to the original driverpacks.

Good luck with these new Intel NVMe drivers!
Dieter (alias Fernando)

#892 RE: Recommended AHCI/RAID and NVMe Drivers by Phoenix48 23.12.2017 20:36

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Here are the latest driver AMD SATA AHCI 1.3.1.277 if anyone want to test them. They seems to have been developped originally for HP.

#893 RE: Recommended AHCI/RAID and NVMe Drivers by Flow_King 24.12.2017 08:51

Hi,

Please be gentle with the criticism, this is my first post. I am unable to install Windows XP Pro x64 on my system while AHCI is enabled. I'm currently trying using Fernando's posted AMD AHCI pack (V1.2.1.321 for XP X64). After Windows Setup loads everything and says "Starting Windows", I get a nasty BSOD containing the following technical details:

*** STOP: 0x0000007E (0xFFFFFFFFC0000005,0xFFFFFADE83A0A39C,0xFFFFFADE84631D40,0xFFFFFADE84631750)

*** storport.sys - Address FFFFFADE83A0A39C base at FFFFFADE83A05000

My manufacturer has a 32-bit XP AHCI driver posted, which is useless in my 64-bit environment, and refuses to give me a 64-bit version. To make matters worse, I haven't found anything through Googling. Please help, I use this PC for program debugging and would like to have it operating at full speed soon.

#894 RE: Recommended AHCI/RAID and NVMe Drivers by Fernando 24.12.2017 17:07

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@Phoenix48:
Thanks for the info and the link.
As soon as I have the required time (not before Wednesday), I will offer the new drivers within the start post.

@Flow_King:
Welcome to the Win-RAID Forum!
I will try to help you, but probably not before Wednesday (27. December).
Regards
Dieter. (alias Fernando)

#895 RE: Recommended AHCI/RAID and NVMe Drivers by Flow_King 24.12.2017 18:25

Thanks for the prompt response.
I'll wait, will test some other drivers in the mean time or figure out why this may be happening. I've used your driver packs before and never had a problem, they're very well done. So I'm thinking there's maybe something else here causing the problem. I'm using Grub4DOS to memory map the install ISO and the x64 FiRaDisk driver so XP can see it, I'll see if I messed up something there.

UPDATE: There wasn't a problem, there were 2 problems. The first one was that the driver is incorrect, as I suspected. I found one on the shady side of the Internet that works . After that I was getting error 0x0000007B instead of 0x0000007E which turned out to be FiraDisk's fault because its 64-bit driver is a test version and it's broken. Had to burn a disc and install Windows the old fashioned way. Windows XP x64 Pro is installing with AHCI enabled as I'm posting this. If anyone else has an A88X board that they want to put Windows XP x64 or Server 2003 x64 on, with AHCI enabled, here's a link to my Google Drive for the driver I used: AMD A88X AHCI Driver for XP x64. There's also way more hardware IDs than just mine in this one too so try it out if the others won't work for you, maybe this one will.

#896 RE: Recommended AHCI/RAID and NVMe Drivers by ling3882688 25.12.2017 10:41

Thanks for all drivers you provided.I'm a beginner.
The mod+signed drivers are all signed by you,so the files in Certificate folder are no use.Am I right?
Or if I don't install the Win-RAID CA.cer,the signed drivers will not work?

I probably got the answer.
I want to install the Win-RAID CA.cer in an offline Windows.How can I do?
Can I import an .reg file to install the Win-RAID CA.cer.

#897 RE: Recommended AHCI/RAID and NVMe Drivers by Fernando 25.12.2017 22:16

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@ling3882688:
Welcome to the Win-RAID Forum!
Please read the start post of >this< thread to find the answers to your questions.
Regards
Dieter (alias Fernando)

#898 RE: Recommended AHCI and RAID Drivers by posh 26.12.2017 10:17

Hi!
I'm looking for Samsung 960PRO 512Gb pure NVMe Win10/64 drivers but don't see any links. Can you link me? Thank you.

#899 RE: Recommended AHCI and RAID Drivers by Fernando 26.12.2017 12:13

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@posh:
Welcome to the Win-RAID Forum!
Please look into the start post of this thread and read the related text.
Regards
Dieter (alias Fernando)

#900 RE: Recommended AHCI/RAID and NVMe Drivers by Fernando 26.12.2017 21:26

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@phoenix48:

Zitat von Phoenix48 im Beitrag #893
Here are the latest driver AMD SATA AHCI 1.3.1.277 if anyone want to test them. They seems to have been developped originally for HP.
Thanks for having posted the link to this driver.
After having done a look into the package and into the *.INF file, I found out, that
1. the package just contains a 64bit and no 32bit driver and
2. the 64bit driver has not been digitally signed (the *.CAT file is missing) and is only usable as in-box driver of the original HP XP x64 CD.
If there should be an interest, I will offer a mod+signed variant of the AMD 64bit AHCI driver v1.3.1.277 with enhanced compatibily for various AMD AHCI Controllers.

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