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Have desktop with ryzen 5, 2 hhd spanned into 1 , 1 sumsung ssd,  1 M.2 running op system win 10, ASROCK motherboard X570,  BIOS is set to use ACHI  but when you check device manager IDEATA/ATAPI controllers  shows only AMD SATA Controllers  also check Disk drives M.2 NVMe, SSD SATA, HDD SATA   any idea why ACHI is not showing or controlling disk drives

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AMD-SATA supports the standards IDE and ACHI. The naming of the controller does not always reflect what it supports. I would guess Asrock leave the IDEATA/ATAPI controller driver in the hands of Windows 10 these days unless a change is forced by the user.

 

My work bench station has a Ryzen3 on AMD late chipset.  It uses the Microsoft driver named Standard SATA AHCI Controller

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First make sure you have all the motherboard "drivers" installed. There is normally one .inf file which helps to recognize the correct devices.

And then I suggest select in the Device Manager: View - Devices by Connection

 

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