I upgraded my computer to Windows 10 Pro from Windows 7 during the upgrade a compatable driver for my SATA RAiD controller was not found or installed. I am running an AMD 64x2 Dual Core 5800+ 3.00GHz with 6GB RAM. The SATA RAID controller card is Koutech IO-PSA420 32-bit PCI SATA II (3.0Gb/s) Controller Card using Silicon Image 3124 driver. What I have done thus far: 1. Open device manager, Update driver, search the internet, returned no compatible driver found. Open device manager, Update driver, search my computer, returned no compatible driver found. Shut down computer, removed controller card, restart computer, open device manager, search for hardware changes, no changes found.
Default Behavior. The Microsoft Standard SATA AHCI Driver service is a kernel mode driver. If the Last Known Good configuration fails, Windows 10 startup also fails, and the boot process halts with a Stop error.
Shut down computer, reinstalled controller card, restart computer, open device manager, search for hardware changes, no changes found. Repeated steps 1 and 2, no compatible drivers found.
Search Koutech website, states they do not support end users. No Webcam Driver Windows 10 on this page. Search Silicon Image website, downloaded a number of most recent driver updates from 2010 for 3124 PCI/PCI-X to 4 port SATA300, extracted the files, opened device manager, did a manual search of the folders where I wextracted the folders too, returns no compatible drivers found on all downloaded drivers. Attempted to search Microsoft Update Catalog using IE, first attempt, website returned must use IE 6.0 or newer (using IE11). Downloaded IE11 again, reinstalled, attempting to view website, multiple Active X error popups, answer yes, website comes up with no usable content, answer no, website returns must use Active X. Any help will be appreciated.