Hello everyone! i have a weird issue with intel c600/c220 with these hardware ids:
on windows 10 i have no problems it runs smooth everything works, i know that one of them is a sata controller iastorA and the other one is iastorB sSata controller, on windows 11 22h2 i have tried every single driver from 220.127.116.118 to 18.104.22.1686 with no luck , now on the bios if i set the sata and ssata to achi mode i have no problems installing windows 11, but all my drives becomes removable devices with volume 0 wich is wierd or my ignorance doesnt let me to comprehend, and other thing is if i install the 22.214.171.1248 (hp driver w10) after the windows installation or before i always get bsod.
@manupras Welcome to the Win-RAID Forum!
Why do you try to install Intel SATA drivers at all?
The SATA Controllers of your mainboard need different Intel storage drivers.
Please run the Device Manager, expand the sections “IDE ATA/ATAPI Controllers” and “Storage Controllers” (if applicable) and post the HardwareIDs of all listed Controllers.
You get them by doing a right-click onto them and choosing the options “Properties” > “Details” > “Property” > “HardwareIDs”.
Dieter (alias Fernando)
If you want to know more about the Intel SATA Controllers of your X99 chipset system, please read the start post of >this< thread.
thanks Fernando, i tried to install them because on windows 10 i got this strange behavior of making my disks as removable devices, until i install the sata drivers it fix the issue on windows 10, but on windows 11 i got bsod , there is a screen shot of the hardware ids,
If you want to replace the generic Win10/11 in-box MS AHCI driver by the specific Intel AHCI drivers, I recommend to download the attached driverpack and to update the drivers of both AHCI Controllers, which are listed within the "IDE ATA/ATAPI Controllers section of the Device Manager. You can reboot after having updated the driver of both listed AHCI Controllers. You will not get a BSOD, if you just choose the “Update driver” > “Browse my computer” > “Search” options and navigate to the driver folder. The OS will install just the only matching driver.
Before you start with the installation, I recommend to set a “Restore Point”, which lets you recover the present configuration at any time.
64bit Intel RSTe AHCI & RAID drivers v126.96.36.1992 WHQL for Win8-10 x64.rar (899.6 KB)
Thanks Fernando, i still get the bsod on windows11, i did a test with a normal HDD and everything works, but if i install it on a ssd i get the bsod
That is indeed very strange.
I recommend to ask the HP Support for help.
Sorry for stepping in… just an advice.
You’re on Windows 10, no mention to 11 when talking to them…
well this become even more strange, right now just cloned windows 11 hdd with the drivers installed (everything works fine), but i have here a samsung qvo i wish to have the evo version, and just works like a charm w11 with everything, apparently the micron m600 ssd have something on it because using that ssd i got the bsod on windows 11
Thanks Fernando for everything, ill test it if something happens ill let u know