(I´m posting here because I think this is a Windows 10 problem and not a BIOS problem)
I am a little frustrated. I am trying to change to AHCI from IDE on my computer. I have a SSD hard drive.
I have followed the instructions on the web:
1. Start in safe mode (with network)
2. Change 3 registry keys: I am the owner under permissions and know how to change keys
3. Restart and boot into BIOS.. change SATA to AHCI
4. Boot and Windows 10 should load drivers
5. Reboot normally
Problem: My registry keys keep reverting back to a value of 3
the keys are: HKEY_LOCALMACHINE/SYSTEM/CURRENTCONTROLSET/SERVICES/ and then the keys iaSTORAV , iaSTORV and storeahci/StartOverride--- ( changing the Dword to 0 from 3)
I am the owner under permissions and I am signed in as Administrator.
When I make the change in the BIOS to AHCI the computer boots with no problems but no AHCI drivers load and under device manager it shows IDE controllers for the port, I have also tried manually updating the driver.
Running Windows 10 Pro 64bit