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Installing windows on HP dv 6000

In the BIOS setup, there is no diable SATA Native support option. Hence my dilemna

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Just kidding. Go into the BIOS by pressing F10 when it starts up, its under the system configuration tab, or something of that sort.

Its called SATA Native support or something like that, just arrow down to it, hit enter, and select Disabled.

Hit F10 to save changes and then reboot.

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