Originally Posted by Thorsteenster
If you haven't done this yet, you can switch from RAID to AHCI without reinstall with 10. I found it on Google after my workstation died and trying to find another computer with RAID to boot my drive. You set it to start in safe mode, reboot, change BIOS to AHCI while rebooting, go into safe mode, disable safe mode, then reboot again. If it works, Bob's your uncle. Here's what I followed:
I'm running Windows 7 Pro, so it's a little different. I do appreciate the advice just the same.
It's not a big deal anymore - I just reinstalled it. I finally got back to working on this computer this week. I'm attempting Hackintoshificationabulanism™
again. I have a few things figured out that I was doing wrong, so it should be less of a challenge. I'm also putting a Gigabyte GT 1030/2GB low profile, single width GPU in this thing. It's plenty for emulation, up to and including Sony PS2, Sega Dreamcast, Nintendo GameCube. Along with it I picked up a Sony PS4 DualShock 4 controller (but no Sony PS4…). All of that arrives tomorrow. I might make this my main computer over the next couple of months. Just need to add some RAM (only 8GB currently), maybe upgrade the old i5-4570 to an i7-4790K, possibly put a decent BD-RE drive in…