Quote:Have you tried to disable pata and enable sata (with no ahci)
Yes I tried in cata compatibile and sata enhanced - both works ok but ssd speed is slower than when pata is enabled and sata enabled in compatibility mode - I do not know why
Quote:Also try enabling pata , sata and ahci all in same time ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, you should try all possibilities
I think I tried all combinations... the only difference I noticed was in BIOS..
pata enabled, sata enabled in compatibility - in boot menu I had OCZ Agility (ssd) as IDE device on sata port or sth like that
pata enabled, sata enabled in enhaced (with AHCI enabled or without AHCI enabled) - OCZ agility as IDE but in boot menu appear a new item called SATA hdd or sth like this, OCZ ssd was as IDE SATA called
pata disabled, sata enabled in comaptibility or enhanced but with AHCI disabled - OCZ ssd visible to bios and I was able to boot to windows (if I did not change the U ATA controller to SATA AHCI controller - in this configuration I had always a blue screen
and needed to get 'last known good configuration'
pata disabled, sata in enhanced + AHCI enabled - BIOS did not recognize SSD - on bios test page it was counting the memory, initializing keybord etc and when it started (I think) to recognize HDDs it freezes for 15-30second and a message appers 'no system'
I think I will give up with AHCI - I do not think I will get any more from this controller - on SATA I where the max is 1,5Gbit I have ~110-130MB/s transfers - so more I probably do not get
Quote:I have modified the 1.06 provided in 1st post and i havent noticed overclocking options , i will take another look tomorrow
If you would like and have free time yes please but if you wolud preffer to hack other people BIOSes - do not worry - I can live without it