Based on the post above, I am assuming the instructions for Windows 8 to Change to AHCI from RAID mode should work the same way in Windows 10, correct?
Before I give it a go, I am wondering if doing this different from doing a clean install. From what I have read, windows intentionally disables certain drivers when choosing a STATA mode in BIOS so that it does not use unnecessary resourced during startup loading those drivers. If I follow these steps, does this mean I will have two sets of drivers and then be able to SATA modes in bios anytime I want without going through those steps again? And will this also impact my computer during regular use, like longer startups or anything else?
Also, on the last step (Your system should boot into windows fine and you can install your AHCI or RAID driver.), it is a little confusing. If I already successfully booted into Windows after switching SATA modes, why do I need to install additional drivers?