Posted 15 July 2012 - 05:36 PM
I saw that SATA2 driver as well... I did install that on XP, and from what I have read, that enables SATA II functions that aren't native to XP. No problem there!
I did install the All-In-One driver for Windows 7, and Device Manager are still shows the default Microsoft-supplied atapi.sys and ataport.sys.
When I right-click anything under "ATA Channel x" in Device Manager, then try to Update Driver and browse the installed All-In-One package in C:\Windows\AMD, there are only RAID and AHCI drivers available. I'm guessing that there just aren't any specific AMD ATA drivers available.
For the record, I'm using my two SATA HDs and DVD burners in ATA mode... AHCI mode causes massive audio sync errors with my screen capture software, and IDE mode does not.
Maybe I should just be grateful I'm not getting BSODs! LOL