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[HOWTO] Boot Macs with Intel Chipset in AHCI Win7 Vista XP Linux


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hi all,

 

i'm running a mbp early 2011 upgraded to two ssd-s, osx on one, and windows 10 (mbr install) on the other.

(do note, that i did previously have an efi win 10 install on it, which used ahci "out of the box", but the dedicated graphics didn't work, so i reinstalled in mbr/legacy mode) 

 

i'd like to enable ahci in win 10.

tried running the app from osx (el capitan), but i can only select the "system reserved" partition (disk0s1), bootcamp (disk0s2) is not in the dropdown list, and even with that one selected, the modify button is grayed out.

i'd have no problems using scripts or the command line, but can't dig up the ahci.sh script (or a patchcode that would match my system). 

 

please advise! thanks in advance.



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Hi all! Sorry for my english, it's not my native language.

Could you help me a little, please.
I have Macbook Pro late 2011 /Intel 6 series chipset/.
 I installed Windows 7 x64 on SSD /Crucial MX200 500Gb/, 
and OS X El Capitan is on the same SSD. 
Windows 7 running in IDE mode. 
Please, write me short instruction, what should i do for get AHCI mode.
 Step by step... understand english is difficult for me :)
 
P. S. AHCI enabler says "Unsupported chipset"   /Intel 6 series chipset/
i have black screen and blinking I_, that's all.
In the terminal a see "not mounted". How can i mount it back?
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Thank you very very much for any help






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