How to Disable Intel 82801Ba Ultra Storage Controller -244B

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onewinsome

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I have Intel board with 82801Ba Ultra Storage Controller -244B
Now I have an problem where want to use IDE PCI Controller Drivers MUST be OS STANDARD IDE PCI Drivers will any one know how to do that I check in the bios there is no way there to stop these driver to run and when I remove them from device manager it ask me to restart my Box and then it come back again automatically is there an way that I can stop it and use the Stander IDE and PCI Drivers ,

If it is possible and I am sure there must be some one please let me know
 

onewinsome

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umm thanks admin for welcomming me ok i recheck it alredy so many time i can't find it
and if i find in under my hard disk menu the option are gray i can't change them only i can disable the IDE port that all
 

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Unless this is a very strange setup, you can disable the on-board IDE controllers in the BIOS. How about an exact model for your Intel Motherboard.
 
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if your using intel tru newer chipset drivers. If you diable ide and your using ide your not gonna boot into windows.
 

onewinsome

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o yes i can disable them but as one has alredy stated that when i disable the IDE then i shall not able to run widows untill i use IDE card. so i find after all research that i can't stop this to run so i have 2 things 1 change my MB or to leave what i was doing and the 2nd option is good for me ,

thanks FOR YOUR HELP
 
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