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How to check my notebook run in ACHI mode

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My notebook comes with 24gb SSD cache drive plus 1tb HDD. I have upgraded the HDD to Samsung SSD 850 pro 1tb and also remove 24GB SSD cache drive.

 

Done clean windows 10 pro anniversary update. Now I want to check my notebook is running in ACHI mode or RAID mode since I can't change it in BIOS plus after removing 24GB SSD cache drive, intel rapid start technology and RAID mode showing option disappeared.

 

So how to check My notebook running in ACHI mode or RAID mode.

 

Device manager showing this driver inside IDE ATA /ATAPI controllers:  Intel(R) 8 Series SATA ACHI Controller - 8C03

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It is in AHCI mode...you can tell that from the device manager. 


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