From: fotw02 on

Thanks for pointing me in the right direction!

It did work for me but I had to do it the other way around. As I did not
know exactly which driver I had to choose, here is a workaround for
anybody else in that situation:

- select Update Driver from Device Manager as mentioned in the first
reply to this post
- pick from list of device drivers on your computer
- select (Standard IDE ATA/ATAPI controller) > Standard Dual Channel PCI
IDE Controller
- restart your PC
- go into BIOS and switch your HDD controller to IDE mode


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