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Deactivate Intel RST / Enable AHCI Envy 15-ep0080ng

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HP ENVY Laptop 15-ep0080ng
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hello everyone,

I've got me this great laptop recently, so far really happy with it, and it came with two 1TB SSD's set up in a RAID0. That I can break-up, but the drives won't switch over to AHCI and there is no explicit switch to do so. Eventually Ubuntu does not see the drives and advises me to a web site which unfortunatelly does not help.

 

I'd really like to have it dual-boot but the BIOS does not offer any other option than RAID or no RAID. I was speaking to the German support and they indicated it might be possible by disabling Intel RST but I just can't find a way to get around Intel RST drivers and/or disable/deactivate them.

 

Here's some more information about the laptop: HP ENVY 15-ep0080ng 15,6" UHD AMOLED Touch, Intel i9-10885H, 32GB RAM, 2x 1TB SSD, RTX 2060, Windows 10.

Produktnummer   E6R1EA#ABD / Seriennummer XXXXXXXXX

 

Any help or hint will be greatly appreciated!

Thanks!

PS: I don't mind loosing any data as there is none yet, just plain Windows 10 Home.

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