Installing the driver manually as a “dummy” effectively does all that for you anyway! The guide at the top was the closest that I found to succeeding, and put me on the right track!
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Click Start button type “Windows Update” and run, Click “Change Seetings” and set “Important Updates” to “Let me choose whether to download or Install them” press Ok,click “Check for Updates”.which finds the *ACTUAL* AHCI controller, and installs the same driver as what you chose in step 5. That was a *LOT* easier than what I thought it would.After reading many guides on how to do it with Intel chipsets with home-made registry entries and copying files around…After i installed SP1 After I finished my work After steps applied – or in your case the “Windows Activation” INFO may not appear,but that’s fine.like this If SP1 installed already,apply the whole steps. First we need to Uninstall Windows Activation Technologies (WAT KB971033) it has to be removed before we proceed. After you reboot repeat step 1 to check whether the (KB971033) patch is properly removed.