09-06-2019 11:19 PM
After the update Windows 10 to version 1903 I have an error in the Device manager.
Standard SATA ACHI controller error code 10 "Can not start the device"
By device ID PCI\VEN_11AB&DEV_6121&CC_0106 it is MARVELL SATA RAID controller.
No drivers thru Lenovo System Update avaliable.
Windows does not update drivers thru device manager as well.
There is no manufacture official driver for Windows 10 avaliable.
Who had the same problem?
Is there a way to contact Lenovo driver support department?
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09-10-2019 02:57 AM
What model of ThinkPad P or W series laptop are you using? I was under the impression that all of these models used Intel's SATA controller, and not any from Marvell, which I think exited the SATA controller market about ten or so years ago.
09-10-2019 03:11 AM
It is really wierd then.
I have Lenovo P50 ThinkPad.
Cani itbe something about Patriot Hellfire M.2 SSD I have built in?
It would be great to get in touch with people who make drivers for System Update. But I see no way to contact them.
09-12-2019 04:09 AM
It looks like the Patriot Memory Hellfire M.2 NVMe SSD drive uses a Phison PS5007-E7 controller, which uses the standard Microsoft NVMe driver.
Have you tried deleting the device in Device Manager and rebooting to let Windows re-detect it?
09-12-2019 08:04 AM
09-13-2019 02:21 AM
That is possible, but that would definitely be an odd situation.
Have you tried installing the current Intel RST driver from https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/29007/Intel-Rapid-Storage-Technology-Intel-RST-User-Interf... just to see if that replaced it with an Intel driver?
09-14-2019 05:03 AM
Thank you for your help ant directing my thoughts to right direction.
Installing latest Intel RST did not help, however it updated my real SATA controller to the latest version. Drivers from Lenovo support page are old and Lenovo system Update did not detect driver unfortunatelly.
The error on the device had nothing to do with Lenovo.
I use CD-DVD emulation software Alcohol 120 and I found it creates virtual optical drive in the system as well as vitual Marvell SATA ACHI controller.
I have updated to the last Alcohol 120 version and now the device manager looks like a charm, even better.
Happy it is clear now!
09-14-2019 07:25 AM
That is very interesting. I haven't used Alcohol 120% in about a decade, since Windows 7 natively.mounts ISO files. I was unaware they included a virtual SATA port driver for their virtual optical drive.
Glad to see you were able to resolve your issue!