Vista was the first Windows OS to support AHCI out of the box, whereas Windows 7 does the same.
But an issue with AHCI is that if you install the OS without enabling AHCI in the BIOS, enabling it after installation will render your OS unusable.
The detailed steps from Microsoft are as follows: To resolve this issue, enable the AHCI driver in the registry before you change the SATA mode of the boot drive.
To do this, follow these steps: After this you’ll have to restart your computer, go to BIOS and enable AHCI.
We prepare pena in this way, that he has only one partition FAT16/32 file system (NTFS is not supported). Copy the extracted file to a new Bios (URxxxxxxxxxx.rom).
Please contact your supplier or our distributors/resellers for further remedy in case system crashes unfortunately because of BIOS flash failure.
atikmdag Stopped Responding Step 7: Then, type EXPAND. Or, expand -r atikmdag.sy_ atikmdag Stopped Responding Step 8: When the expansion is complete, copy the new from your Desktop to C:\Windows\System32\Drivers atikmdag Stopped Responding Step 9: Restart your computer and the problem should be resolved.
ALSO DISABLE HARDWARE ACCELERATION IN FLASH I SPEND 1 YEAR LOOKING FOR THIS SOLUTION I FOUND IN ONE SITE THE CREDITS FOR THIS SOLUTION IS HERE THANK YOU FOR THIS GUY EXIST THE PROBLEM IS IN AMD ATI CCC IF THE PROBLEM CONTINUES DO NOT INSTALL CATALYST JUST UPDATE THE DRIVER IN DEVICE MANAGER PLEASE I JUST POSTING THIS SOLUTION HERE BECAUSE GOOGLE INDEX THIS SITE TO HELP OTHERS NOOBS LIKE ME AND YES I AM A NOOB you're expanding the file that came with the driver you dloaded, why would the one in system32 be different if that's the driver you installed?
I ran the Microsoft Bus thing first, then the other driver.
During the second installation it always says that it is required that I install the the first driver (which I did), and then quits the installation.