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AndBz
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Lenovo B50-80 enable AHCI

Hi,

I have a Lenovo B50-80 EW with Ubuntu 16.04 installed on it and I'm planning on upgrading its HDD to a SDD, in order to optimise my system for the latter I need to enable the AHCI mode, however I don't see the proper option in the BIOS Setup window (the BIOS is InsydeH2O setup utility Rev. 5.0 accessed either from the NOVO button or Fn + F2).

Please, can you help me enablign the AHCI mode?

 

Thanks,

AB

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Re: Lenovo B50-80 enable AHCI

Hello and welcome,

 

I don't have access to that BIOS to check, but I'd expect AHCI to be the default.

 

What mode do you think it's in now?  (the choices - if any - would be legacy/compatibility or AHCI)

 

Z.


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AndBz
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Re: Lenovo B50-80 enable AHCI

Yeah, you're right: AHCI is enabled by default. I haven't find it in the BIOS but I've checked using the command

dmesg | grep -i ahci

Thanks for your help.

AB

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