Windows reports that it is the most current driver. I am wondering if it might conflict with Samsung's Magician which I also have installed? You probably updated some of your HDD or SSD's You might need to update the second "Standard SATA AHCI Controller" entry from Device Manager.
ALSO: The driver installed "Intel Rapid Storage Technology" program. And no, you do not need "Intel Rapid Storage Technology" program, it is designed to show you the status of your drives it is not essential, in addition it runs as a startup item.
Go to your IDE device manufacturer's website and search the website for the updated IDE driver that you want to download.
Select the driver, browse to location where you want to save it and click "Save." For example, you can save the driver to your computer's desktop.
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Click on the "Start" button and open the "Control Panel."Select "Hardware and Sound" and click "Device Manager." The Device Manager window will open.
Look for "IDE ATA/ATAPI Controllers." Click on the plus sign in front of the line "IDE ATA/ATAPI Controllers." This will expand the selection.
6、Because I have extract it to C:\DELL, So I locate it to C:\DELL and press Next.The IDE controller and drivers can assist your computer with connecting to and using hardware devices such as hard drives.Occasionally, you may need to update an IDE driver if you notice the malfunction of IDE-related hardware.The malfunction of the hardware may cause your computer to produce an error on your screen.
Using Device Manager, which is located in your MS Windows 7 Control Panel, you can easily upgrade your IDE controller drivers.
I try serveral proper test, finally when finished updating the AHCI drivers in Windows 7, the death phenomenon disappeared. there are so many other reasons, for instance: * improper ACPI settings in BIOS * the computer has something wrong in closing some hardware * a low thermal diffusivity System View. or Right-click the selection item and select properties.