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Enable ACHI mode in BIOS?

Q: Enable ACHI mode in BIOS?

Hey all,
I'm new here so just so ya'll know I'm Jason. Anyways, I'm working on trying to create a Hackintosh (yes, it is possible on AMD) but it requires you to change your HD to ACHI mode. I looked in the BIOS and there is no options. Any Ideas?

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A: Enable ACHI mode in BIOS?

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Just unboxed an NB10-A and applied our standard policy of setting a supervisor password on the bios.
Now when I enter the bios setup during boot it defaults to non-supervisor mode and I can find no way to get it to prompt me for the password to allow me to make changes.
Does anyone know what I'm overlooking? All options are greyed out and I can't make it ask me for a password.



A:Satellite NB10 - enable BIOS supervisor mode?

> Now when I enter the bios setup during boot it defaults to non-supervisor mode and I can find no way to get it to prompt me for the password to allow me to make changes.

Usually if the supervisor password has been set, you can access the BIOS pressing F2 button.
Now you have to insert the Supervisor Password or you can proceeds with limit access to different BIOS options by pressing the F11 button.

If you have inserted the right supervisor password, you could delete it again in the BIOS security tab.
Usually you have to insert the right supervisor password and have to press ENTER twice just to delete it. Then save the changes

Here an short description what the supervisor password does.

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Hi, I recently purchased P53s in Windows 10. I've been trying to dual boot with Ubuntu but the computer doesn't recognize the SSD when booting with a flash drive. In bios, I can't find a place for changing the SATA mode to AHCI (no sata configuration). Should I update the bios? Please let me know what to do. Thanks!

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I'm trying to run an HD repair software during boot but it won't continue as my HD is in ACHI mode. The only way I can run it is to change it to IDE mode.I tried going into BIOS to change this setting but I don't see any option to change it at all! There isn't even an Advanced Setup option in BIOS.

A:Help mo to change a ACHI mode

WedadMasakmeh, welcome to the forum. When requesting help you should always include the make/model (i.e. p6-xxxx) of the computer and/or monitor. This information is necessary for us to review the specifications of them.

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When I installed my Samsung SSD 840 series 120gb I configure it in IDE mode not knowing it should have been in ACHI mode instead, my question is can I reconfigure it into ACHI mode and how do I do it without losing any files? I've also done it to and OCZ and a Plextor SSD and would like to reconfigure them as well. Any and all info will be greatly appreciated! The Samsung computer is an ASUS-M4A785TD-V Evo-,CPU-AMD Phenom II X4 925 processor, 6GBs of ram, Nvidia Geforce GT 520video card, Multi Drive+ blue ray writer,2x 1TB HHD, Corsair 650W PSU. Win. 7Ultimate. (2.) My OCZ sys.is: ASUS F1A75-V Pro, AMD A8 3870K APU, Corsair 16GB 1600Mhz ram, OCZ 120GB SSD + 500GB HHD, 1TB HHD, Nividia Geforce GT520 video card, LG blue ray player + LG Multi-Drive, Corsair 600W PSU, Win. 7 Home P.(3.) my Plextor is housed in an: AsRock- FM2A85X Extreme 4 w/ AMD A10 5800K APU,16GBs G.Skill 1866Mhz of ram, 1Plextor 256GB M5 Pro.SSD, 2x 1TB HHDs + 1-2TB External drive, Rosewill Hive 750W PSU, Win.7 Home P. I need these drive configured right so that I can get the best performance from them when I do some upgrades on these systems!!

A:Converting my SSD from IDE mode to ACHI mode?

A quick Google search brought this up - http://www.ocztechnologyforum.com/f...82-Change-from-IDE-to-AHCI-after-Installation. This should only take you 5 minutes to complete on each PC.

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I had a friend help install windows, back then I was clueless about the whole deal with achi and ide. A while later, I had to switch hard drives just to run some tests, and the computer wouldnt but, even after putting the original back in.

Turns out BIOS had set itself to ACHI, not allowing windows to boot. Switching it to IDE made it work.

Now I bought an SSD, and its not quite detecting. Im also hearing ACHI is much faster than IDE, so I want to just spend time and switch over.

How would I go about reinstalling windows as ACHI? I have an installation disk and everything. I've already started backing up files to leave the boot disk empty and ready to roll.

A:Reinstalling windows as ACHI mode

AHCI isn't much faster than IDE mode. I belive that it's required to use some features (like TRIM with an SSD).

You may be able to switch without re-installing Windows:

Error message occurs after you change the SATA mode of the boot drive

If you need to re-install Windows after all, switch the SATA controller to AHCI mode in the BIOS settings. Then install Windows. You shouldn't need any drivers other than those included in the Windows installation. You may want to use the Intel chipset driver package that's most appropriate to your motherboard, but you can do that any time.

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Hey everyone!

Just had a question. I installed windows 8 in ACHI mode in the bios to get the added performance and what not and its proved to be even smoother than IDE mode.

Now I have two IDE hard drives that i'm not using because i'm waiting for windows 8 drivers for my PCI/PCIe Sata/IDE controller card and its not built-in into my motherboard as I just bought it brand new.

So my question is, having it in ACHI mode, can it conflict with my IDE drives? so what if I decide to use my PCI/PCIe sata/ide controller card?

I have one PCI sata/ide card that does not have a bios built in from VIA and a PCIe JMicron sata/ide controller and it has a bios built in.

I just want to try and avoid any complications that would have to make me somehow re-install windows 8. I just got it the way I want it to be

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My notebook comes with 24gb SSD cache drive plus 1tb HDD. I have upgraded the HDD to Samsung SSD 850 pro 1tb and also remove 24GB SSD cache drive. Done clean windows 10 pro anniversary update. Now I want to check my notebook is running in ACHI mode or RAID mode since I can't change it in BIOS plus after removing 24GB SSD cache drive, intel rapid start technology and RAID mode showing option disappeared. So how to check My notebook running in ACHI mode or RAID mode. Device manager showing this driver inside IDE ATA /ATAPI controllers:  Intel(R) 8 Series SATA ACHI Controller - 8C03

A:How to check my notebook run in ACHI mode

It is in AHCI mode...you can tell that from the device manager. 

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Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 10 Pro, 64 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU E8400 @ 3.00GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 23 Stepping 6
Processor Count: 2
RAM: 3956 Mb
Graphics Card: Intel(R) Q35 Express Chipset Family (Microsoft Corporation - WDDM 1.0), 256 Mb
Hard Drives: C: 231 GB (185 GB Free);
Motherboard: Dell Inc., 0DR845
Antivirus: Windows Defender, Disabled

A:ACHI BIOS not installed

What exactly does the title mean? That you can't install while setting drives for ACHI? Or something else.
You'd need to be a little more detailed in your question.

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Since getting my SSD - everyone says to make sure your bios settings are changed to reflect this. But I've been in my bios (Phoenix 2.20) and see no option to activate it or change to it.

Am I missing something?

A:ACHI Bios question

Finally found the access to it and it was already set to AHCI - so nevermind

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I have a 2tb raid 10 (4 drives) on my MSI x58 PRO-E (ich10r) motherboard that i created in raid mode, but i changed the mode from raid to ACHI for something else and forgot to change back before enabling the drives and booting, and now its telling me it cant even find two of the drives and that its lost, even with raid mode enabled again. I had a raid 1 enabled too that was fine, i cant lose the info on these drives, theres hundreds of hours of project files on there, how can i recover them?

A:Put computer in ACHI mode, now RAID10 is degraded, help!

If it is that important to you, take the drives to a shop that does data recovery. Note this is NOT cheap; where I live something like this would start at $125 or so and go way up from there.

Another option is to install a spare drive [not part of the array] controller in raid mode. Since you have 7 sata ports on that board it should not be a problem. Install windows on the spare drive. Install the intel RST [rapid storage tech] Have it scan the array and mark the drives as good or functional. You should now have access to the data files on the array.

This is why I stress that raid of any type is NOT a backup plan. Remember data that you do not backup is data you do not care about. Raid is hardware redundant only; it does nothing for a corrupted driver install, virus, malware, etc. Every error is mirrored.

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Hey guys, first post. I've been having a a lot of computer problems the past 3 weeks and it's really gotten old. 3 weeks ago, after coming home from vacation, I plugged in my desktop and it wouldn't turn on. It had a light on the back of the case and a light on the motherboard, but that was it. I took it to the tech department at my high school and we tested the psu with a multimeter and found that it had power and then went on to test virtually every other component and decided that it was the motherboard. I ordered a new one-the exact same model I'd had-and it still wouldn't turn on. We grabbed an old power supply and all of a sudden we had take off. However, the hard drive started making that clicking noise that is rapidly followed by death and, low and behold, it won't go past the dual boot screen. So I grabbed an old hd with xp on it and tried to boot into it. It made it to the first screen but froze. I grabbed a Linux cd and tried to replace xp but every time I turn on the computer I get this error message "AHCI BIOS not installed!" and it boots straight to the hd even when I change the boot order to load Linux. When I unplug the hard drive, I still get the error message, but the cd loads fine. I have a Dell Inspiron 518, nVidia 9600 gt, 2 gb ddr2 Ram, 350 watt power supply (the fresh one; the old one was 300w) 250gb hd dual booted windows 7 and vista. As a side note, when the computer would still boot a month ago, for whatever re... Read more

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Hello, I am trying to activate Intel Optane memory on my S145. I have correctly installed the memory (the PC recognizes it) and I have installed the Intel RST program. However, the Intel RST program does not show the "Optane" tab as an option in the program. I'm pretty sure this is because I don't have "RST" set as the controller in the BIOS. My issue is that when I change the controller in the BIOS from "ACHI" to "RST" and save and reboot, when I look at the BIOS again, it has reverted back to "ACHI". I have tried changing other BIOS values to attempt to stop this from happening to no avail. Does anyone know how I can make my BIOS change stick through a reboot? Thank you.

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I have a motherboard Asus p5k se/epu( intel p35 board). I felt that my sata drive emulated in IDE mode... So i want to fully utilize the sata drive in xp.

Therefore I follow the method provided by other forum's member.

But the problem is that my bios setting only have one option that allowed me to select.. which is IDE mode ONLY!!! Where is the AHCI mode ?

Or any of you have your own standard way to enable AHCI mode? teach me please...?

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i've tried what Microsoft suggests. i've Tried EasyBCD but still it snot enabled, and i still show 3.5GB of 4GB usable. (where thers 512MB Hardware reserved) Any idea how to force this to work?

A:Cant Enable PAE mode

I'm afraid 32 bit windows 7 has a 3.5GB RAM limit no matter what. The limits then vary working your way up the 64 bit version ladder. (the unofficial PAE stuff for Windows 7 is unstable)

Actually, scratch that. Apparently the limit is 4GB for all 32 bit versions but starter :/

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I have an issue that I can not figure out...

No matter what I set the BIOS to, I can not get DMA Mode...The device manager lists PIO mode as the current transfer mode.

My Computer:
ASRock K7S8X Motherboard running SiS746FX chipset
512 RAM - 1 Chip
Video Card
Firewire Card
Maxtor 80 gb drive ata/133 w/8mb cache
windows XP pro

A:Can't Enable DMA Mode

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This is probably an easy question for you guys with good video cards but this is my first (high end video card virgin here) anyways I figured out why my GeForce 5200 ultra card wasn't working... VGA mode isn't enabled. I can temporarily enable it by pressing F8 on bootup but when I reboot it disables it. I'm running windows XP ... how do I enable it so it stays enabled all the time?

A:How do I Enable VGA mode?

Originally posted by Ninja Roach
This is probably an easy question for you guys with good video cards but this is my first (high end video card virgin here) anyways I figured out why my GeForce 5200 ultra card wasn't working... VGA mode isn't enabled. I can temporarily enable it by pressing F8 on bootup but when I reboot it disables it. I'm running windows XP ... how do I enable it so it stays enabled all the time?Click to expand...

Looks like you're gonna stay a virgin, cause that ain't no high-end video card you got there.

Now on to the real topic. I'm not quite sure what you are saying as regards enabling VGA mode. All you need to do is make sure you disable any onboard vga chip in the bios (because you are using an add-on video card), and that's it. Your PC should boot and video should eminate from your card. Pressing F8 during boot simply allows you to select 'safe mode', which is normally used when you are experiencing problems such as misbehaving drivers. You shouldn't need to do this at all normally.

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Hi there. I have WinXP home with sp1. I have the following components:

A:Cant seem to enable hibernate mode.

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Hi there. I have WinXP home with sp1. I have the following components:

A:Cant seem to enable hibernate mode.

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please somebody help. I have a new website developed and there is a problem at the shopping basket. As soon as I confirm the item in the basket it takes it to zero items. The problem is "overcome" by disenabling "Enable Protected Mode" in the security settings of the IE Browser 8. Is this just my machine or are all recent browsers with the above options affected? I need to know so a big favour - please someone with IE8 go to the website "Marthascloset.co.uk" and place any item in the basket and try to confirm it. Does it go back to zero price? (don't go any further). Many thanks to anyone who will help - I know it sounds crazy but this is a genuine request - everyone I know seems to be on Win XP and that works fine.
Thanks - Graham

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Hi All

I have just been trying to enable Promiscuous mode on my PC Network Card - im not trying to achieve anything dodgy!- just wanted to see how to do it

It appears my Card is able to be set in this mode but i cant find the setting in the Device manager/Driver


A:Enable Promiscuous Mode

Some nics cannot be put into promiscous mode. If you could give me the make and model of the NIC I could probably help you alot better.

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Hi there,it seems i need some support to enable the hibernation mode on my desktop. I did everything as described in this http://support.hp.com/us-en/product/HP-Pavilion-550-100-Desktop-PC-series/8499648/model/9728895/docu... tutorial but it won't work.I can klick the 'Start --> On/Off --> Hibernate' button or push the sleep button on my keyboard which i've configured to hibernate but the PC performs a shutdown. Normally my PC should come up again using my mouse or the keyboard but nothing happen. Only the power button works but the system comes up like after a shutdown, all open applications are closed. I've also refreshed my BIOS but no change after this. What's the trick? Rgs. Walther

A:Can't enable hibernate mode

Hey there!                      Thank you for visiting the HP Forums! A great place where you can find solutions for your issues with help from the community!I understand that you have issues putting your PC in hibernation mode. Difference between sleep mode and hibernation: Sleep ModeSleep mode is a power saving state that is similar to pausing a DVD movie. All actions on the computer are stopped, any open documents and applications are put in memory while the computer goes into a low-power state. The computer technically stays on, but only uses a bit of power. You can quickly resume normal, full-power operation within a few seconds. Sleep mode is basically the same thing as ?Standby? mode.Sleep mode is useful if you want to stop working for a short period of time. The computer doesn?t use much power in Sleep mode, but it does use some.HibernateHibernate mode is very similar to sleep, but instead of saving your open documents and running applications to your RAM, it saves them to your hard disk. This allows your computer to turn off entirely, which means once your computer is in Hibernate mode, it uses zero power. Once the computer is powered back on, it will resume everything where you left off. It just takes a bit longer to resume than sleep mode does (though with an SSD, the difference isn?t as noticeable as it is with traditional hard drives).Use this mode if you won?t be using your lapt... Read more

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Hi there,it seems i need some support to enable the hibernation mode on my desktop. I did everything as described in this http://support.hp.com/us-en/product/HP-Pavilion-550-100-Desktop-PC-series/8499648/model/9728895/docu... tutorial but it won't work.I can klick the 'Start --> On/Off --> Hibernate' button or push the sleep button on my keyboard which i've configured to hibernate but the PC performs a shutdown. Normally my PC should come up again using my mouse or the keyboard but nothing happen. Only the power button works but the system comes up like after a shutdown, all open applications are closed. I've also refreshed my BIOS but no change after this. What's the trick? Rgs. Walther

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Why the setting in Edge to turn on IE mode is dimmed?
Edge> Setting> Default browser > Internet Explorer compatibility
I can successfully turn on IE mode by updating group policy, but this method is too difficult for my application's user.s
How can I have the setting enabled instead of updating the group policy?
Thank you.

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I have a question about bios:
I want to enable VT-X in predator G9-793 but bios does not have advance tab or configuration tab .
my laptop information:
Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 10 Pro, 64 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-6700HQ CPU @ 2.60GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 94 Stepping 3
Processor Count: 8
RAM: 32720 Mb
Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070, -1 Mb
Hard Drives: C: 237 GB (187 GB Free); D: 651 GB (536 GB Free); E: 651 GB (568 GB Free); F: 560 GB (368 GB Free);
Motherboard: Acer, Challenger2_SKS

A:Enable VT-X in BIOS

From what I can tell it should already be enabled, but they simply don't have an option in the BIOS to toggle it.

Are you getting an error that its not enabled by a hypervisor/virtualization software?

Double check it using these method: https://www.shaileshjha.com/how-to-...windows-8-windows-vista-or-windows-7-machine/

Also some AV programs can disable access to it such as Avast.

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Hello ,I have downloaded Android Studio and the emulator doesnt run due to Intel Vt-x hardware accelerator  is disabled from BIOS. I also have downloaded the "Intel processor identifications Utility"and checked that processor supports Hardware acceleration . But when I am going into BIOS I am getting Vt-x hardware Acceleration is unchecked and not editable (not allow me to check it) . Also I am not finding Hyper-v from controlpanel->programme & feature. How do I enable Vt-x ?  Regards,Debabrata Note:My processor is : Intel Core i5

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I need to enable PnP on a friends computer but am unable to make any changes in the bios. I can get into them just can't make changes. They are protected by a supervisor password. Anyway to get around this?
It was given to him by another friend that picked it up at a garage sale.
Asus sp97-v MB

A:enable PnP in bios

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I've recently had a problem with Windows, and I can only boot in Safe Mode. Everything there works as it should. However, the drivers for my CD burner do not activate in safe mode.
In order to fix my problem, I need to create a recovery disk for vista, and I have the disk image (iso), and the software needed to do it. Only I can't, because of those pesky little drivers and their reluctance to run in safe mode.

I know it is possible in XP to solve this issue through regedit, I simply wondered if anyone knew how to load the necessary drivers for CD burning in Vista's safe mode.

Thanks in advance!

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Hey guys,

As the program is now I have the shift key disabled and the access interface hidden and the only way a user can get into the design mode or actual coding is if the user has the password. As of now if the user knows the password i enable the shift key and automatically close the program and ask the user to open it holding the shift key but the problem then is that what if the authorized user forgets to disable the key.

So my question is...Is after i verify that the user has the right password, instead of enabling the shift key is there any other way of opening the program in design mode? that is bringing the Access Db window??

Any help will be great thanks.!

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Hi all, I have just read a very enlightening article in PC Magazine concerning SP2 Security Center Spoofing Threat - http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,1759,1639276,00.asp The article says, essentially, that the XP Firewall could possibly be spoofed by malicious script which would tell it to "open the door" for an attack. I am probably not doing the article justice so please read it, as well as Microsoft's response.I am running XP Pro on one machine only. I am set as the Administrator and the only user. The article says, in part:"...The one mitigating factor that we found is that to change the WMI, and spoof the Security Center, the script has to be running in Administrator mode. If executed in Windows XP's Limited Mode, it will give an error, and not allow changes. Unfortunately, most home users who will be at risk, run in the default administrator mode."[The question(s) part:] What are the advantages/disadvantages of running XP Pro for a single user in Limited Mode? Where do I go to make the changes?P.S. This is my first foray into the world of BC outside of the infamous Privacy Tools 2004 thread in the Breaking News - Security Forum.

A:WinXP's 'Limited' Mode - How to Enable?

Your question is a good one, Xsara. A part of my present problem is lack of understanding with regards to what I find as a damnable part of winxp pro...the logon feature, and user groups in general. I too use xp pro on one machine only and have found it diffficult to with clarity and foresight manipulate the OS in such a way to accomodate my needs. If you don't mind killin' some time, references to the problems, not the fixes are within this post of mine and links within it:my problems (in particular, the most recent parts of the thread)and this, from a post re: freshly installing windows which kinda sums it up:the questions I had in mind... I've done it a half dozen times (re-installation) and know that variations exist and they do exert influences on the issues of system stability and speed of operation to an extent.Configuring the OS, especially winxp pro can be done well, or not so well. I'm in between with regards to my own experience.I'm convinced, from the very start of it's operation, that winxp is more friendly to a large corporation with multiple PC's in multiple locations with multiple users on each one than it is to the single user who initially wanted the extra security features within the file structures themselves and may have been sorta duped by the thought that it was better to get the most advanced operating system so that preparation for the future was assisted, as well. Naturally, I'd like to hear more from someone... Read more

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I am using a USB device for Internet Service. I need to boot into safe mode with networking support. Is there a solution that USB port could be detected in safe mode , letting me use Internet

I am using Windows 7 Ultimate x64 running on
HP G6 pavilion note book

A:How can I enable USB Support in Safe mode

Your USB controller driver should load normally in Safe Mode. If not look in Device Manager to see if it is detected and in error. If so uninstall it in Dev Mgr, reboot into Safe Mode to see if it loads.

Otherwise install it from the Support Downloads webpage for your model PC, probably contained in chipset.

May I ask why you are working in Safe Mode?

Is this the original corrupt HP bloatware preinstall? If so you should strongly consider doing what most tech enthusiasts do and Clean Reinstall - Factory OEM Windows 7,
or at least Clean Up Factory Bloatware.

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I thought i'd post a video here to show what's happening, any time I try to load the desktop it crashes out and shows wallpaper only, then right click and the start tiles show again.

if you look at the top right the third time I do it you can see the deskop icons flash up just for a moment, i've also ran malwarebytes on this system and it's clean.

A:desktop mode wont enable

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Trying to setup a Hackentosh and the instructions say I need to put the Hard Drive into AHCI mode but have no clue how to do this

Any help is appreciated

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I am fairly computer literate. I am running WinXP on an AMDK7/600mHz machine with plenty of memory and harddrive space. When I added SP2 to WinXP, among some other things the AutoProtect Mode in my NAV 2003 application appears permanently disabled; even though I have gone through all the enabling steps (NAV Options), AutoProtect won't run. I have run a complete NAV scan, both from my application and from the Symantec site. I also regularly run updated versions of SpybotS&D, Pest Patrol (plus the full suite of PP products like MemCheck, Clean, etc), Ad-Aware (6.0 Plus) and HijackThis (1.98.2). I have scoured the Symantec and other KnowledgeBases for details on AutoProtect not running, but I've either tried all the remedies--except uninstalling, then reinstalling NAV--or the suggested remedy does not fit my situation.

As I've discovered, NAV is very difficult to uninstall; the reinstall is likewise difficult, even if it's an Upgrade and NAV detects any remnants of the previous version. I've even had problems upgrading to a brand-new licensed program (such as when I installed NAV 2003). So I've tried to avoid the NAV uninstall/reinstall "solution" 'cause it's seems to be so difficult.

I know how to use Regedit to search/modify the Registry, but I'm reluctant to try anything unless I'm following a very specific checklist from a reliable KnowledgeBase (like Symantec or Microsoft). I know I have at least one Pest ("buried deep in the operating syst... Read more

A:NAV 2003 AutoProtect Mode Won't Enable

Hi and welcome to TSF!

Please print out or copy this page to Notepad. You should not have any open browsers when you are following the procedures

The Temp folders should be cleaned out periodically as installation programs and hijack programs leave a lot of junk there. Download Index.dat Suite to clean out all the temp folders. Do not run it yet.

Download CWShredder and click on Fix (it will automatically fix anything it finds for you). If it asks if you want to delete a certain random file, choose No and post that filename here.

Go to My Computer->Tools->Folder Options->View tab and make sure that Show hidden files and folders is enabled. Also make sure
that the System Files and Folders are showing/visible also.

Turn off system restore by right clicking on My Computer and go to Properties->System Restore and check the box for Turn off System Restore. Click Apply and then OK. Restart your computer. After we are finished with your log file and verified that it's clean, you may turn it back on and create a new restore point.

Reboot into Safe Mode (hit F8 key until menu shows up).

Make sure to close any open browsers. Go into HijackThis->Config->Misc. Tools->Open process manager. Select the following and click
Kill process for each one if they are still listed (they shouldn't be - but double check it):

O4 - HKLM\..\Run: [rtjemuejmtif] C:\WINDOWS\System32\aorcpcsz.exe

Check and fix the following in HijackThis if ... Read more

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I want to run a Virtual PC in VirtualBox and get the message, that I need to enable VT-x. I have updated to the newest bios (1.31) but i still don't have the option to enable "Intel Virtualization Technology" under the Config --> CPU menu. What am I doing wrong?

Go to Solution.

A:Enable VT-x in bios on T420s

Look in the Security -> Virtualization menu.

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My company wants me to encrypt the hard drives on all desktop computers. All are running Windows 7 Ent (x32).When I try to enable Bitlocker to encrypt the drive it says I don't have aTPM 1.2 module. My company is located in Ukraine that`s why tpm module is allowed.When I reset security settings in bios, I have a question about reset tpm module(Press F1 if you want to reset tpm)There is no "tpm" word at all in bios(not in security, not in show settings)I already had updated bios to version: F.60 Rev.A 30 ??? 2015Do you have bios with enabled tpm for  HP ProBook 6550b Notebook PC?

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My apologies if this has been dealt with before. I've spent days trying to get a Belkin F5U005 USB 2 Port USB card to work in conjunction with:

Windows 98se

Model : AMD-K6(tm) 3D processor
Speed : 351MHz
Performance Rating : PR351 (estimated)
Type : Standard

Bus(es) : ISA AGP PCI USB i2c/SMBus
MP Support : No
System BIOS : Award Software International, Inc. 4.51 PG
System : System Manufacturer Product Name
Mainboard : First International Computer, Inc. VA-503+

Chipset 1
Model : VIA Technologies Inc VT82C597/597AT/598MVP Apollo VP3/MVP3 System Controller
L2 External Cache : 1024kB Pipeline-Burst Write-Thru
Front Side Bus Speed : 1x 100MHz (100MHz data rate)
Total Memory : 64MB SDRAM
Memory Bus Speed : 1x 100MHz (100MHz data rate)

Windows froze on the first attempt to install. After a lot of online research I found that this was a clock mismatch problem and I got it to install after downloading a fix which was supposed to be unnecessary with 98se.

I took every reference I could find to USB out of Device Manager, took the card out manually, restarted, shut down, put the card back in, started up and it installed normally.

The USB OPTi 82C861 PCI to USB Open Host Controller and
USB Root Hub are now showing normal in Universal Serial Bus Controllers in the Device Manager. No yellow exclamation marks are anywhere in the Device Manager.

The Award Bios shows USB Controller Disabled in Integrated Peripherals ... Read more

A:USB won't enable in Award BIOS

Normally, your USB BIOS would only be required to allow BOOTing a USB HD.

Your Belkin USB is not accessed at BOOT time, so stop fussing with BIOS.

If you have modem-->router setup, then the drivers are not required at all!

Use the Modem->Router using Ethernet cable and from the router->pcs as well.

Otherwise, modem-->pc(USB connected) requires a driver.

Does this clarify/help?

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Hi, Can someone tell me how do i enable virtualization in bios on my Phoenix 860-000. When i access the bios configuration there is no option to set the state of Intel VT Tecnology.

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A:How do you enable Virtualization in Bios

Hi, Looking at the bios simulator for your PC, the option should be located under the Security tab.....System Security. Regards, DP-K

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hi, I want to install ubuntu 64 on virtual box (host w10 pro 64)I have to enable hardware virtualization nearly done but when I valid my bios config, I'm asked to enable HT techno (ok), MultiCore CPU (ok), TPM (????) and admin password (?????)should I do it in the bios ? Can't find it in the menus...thanks Malou 

A:enable virtualization - bios

@malouram To better help you we would need the exact model number or product number of your laptop/desktop??? http://h20564.www2.hp.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docId=emr_na-c00033108 REO

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how i can get into bios to enable virtualization? i have a 15-058nl model, with windows 10 64bit.thak you

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where in the BIOS do I enable bluetooth? I have uninstalled and reinstalled the drivers and still no luck.

A:where in the BIOS do I enable bluetooth?

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I recently purchased an asus f5gl laptop running vista OS and just now have needed to use bluetooth, but have found out that it has been disabled in system information. i would like to know how to enable bluetooth in BIOS or where ever i can?
does anybody have any ideas, any help is greatly appreciated.

A:how to enable bluetooth in BIOS

please do not start new posts for the same problem
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Hi I have stupidly forgotten my windows password and I'm now stuck in safe mode. I have tried everything I can think of and googled numerous solutions on how to enable USB boot in bios. Nothing works, in Boot menu but all I see is the ssd drive and have no option to launch USB boot. I have disabled secure boot, have also installed a windows recovery on my bootable memory stick. I am now at wits end as where I go from here, I have heard that I would need to format my hard drive which really is the last thing, as also I haven't back up my data for a long while.Yes I know I'm stupid.Any solutions would be greatful

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When I try to download Android Studios this pops up:

So when I went to the BIOS to enable it, there was no setting there for it. I am running Windows 10 on my Acer Aspire 5755G - 6823 with an Intel i5 - 2430M @2.4GHz. I even downloaded the Intel(R) Processor Identification Utility app and it says that it's supported on my device. Any help would be much appreciated! Thanks in advance!

A:Can't find where to enable VT-x in BIOS

It's possible it has some other name on your BIOS, like "Virtualization Technology" or "Intel Virtualization Feature". It's usually under the CPU or maybe even Motherboard settings.

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