How do you change SATA mode on Acer bios?

How do you change SATA mode on Acer bios?

Acer has a hidden SATA option. In your bios go to menu tab and then press Ctrl+S and then change the SATA mode!…Assistance by Acer.

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How do I change SATA ports in BIOS?

To Set the System BIOS and Configure Your Disks for Intel SATA or RAID

  1. Power on the system.
  2. Press the F2 key at the Sun logo screen to enter the BIOS Setup menu.
  3. In the BIOS Utility dialog, select Advanced -> IDE Configuration.
  4. In the IDE Configuration menu, select Configure SATA as and press Enter.

How do I enable SATA ports in BIOS Aorus?

Make sure to configure the SATA controller mode correctly in system BIOS Setup. Step 1: Turn on your computer and press to enter BIOS Setup during the POST (Power-On Self-Test). Go to Peripherals\SATA Configuration, make sure SATA Controller(s) is enabled.

Can I switch my SATA ports?

It’s fine. You won’t corrupt anything. Worst case scenario you swap the ports back the way they were. If you had a RAID setup I would say yes, swapping the ports is not recommended.

How do I switch to AHCI in BIOS Acer?

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  1. Click the Start Button and type cmd.
  2. Right-click the result and select Run as administrator.
  3. Type this command and press ENTER: bcdedit /set {current} safeboot minimal (ALT: bcdedit /set safeboot minimal)
  4. Restart the computer and enter BIOS Setup.
  5. Change the SATA Operation mode to AHCI from either IDE or RAID.

What happens if I switch SATA ports?

If you’re using a SSD you want it plugged into the SATA 3 port. Moving it to a SATA 2 port, while not devastating, does reduce performance. The SATA ports are usually color-coded if you have mixed speed ports. (HDDs are slow enough it won’t matter which type of port you plug them into.)

Why is my SSD disabled BIOS?

It’s likely that SATA controller mode is not set correctly and that’s why your SSD is not recognized by BIOS. So you can configure the SATA controller settings in BIOS. Then you’ll see SATA Controller Mode Option. Choose the IDE Compatibility Mode.

Can I plug my hard drive into any SATA port?

You can basically plug them in anywhere, but ideally you want the HDD on a SATA 6Gb/s port.