You must use the setup utility provided to remove old drivers
1st remove IDE drivers (Microsoft's or any that are there)
2nd restart windows
answer no, skip file, don't let PnP load the drivers
this may take two or more restarts
3rd when window finally starts with no new or unknown device messages then
use setup to install the drivers.
Never remove IDE drivers in the system properties window unless in safe mode.
Have trouble email email@example.com
Good luck once the drivers are in they work great.
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