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I have a lenovo z5o laptop with an AMD 10 CPU and I installed a hard drive in the dvd slot using a dvd caddy.
When booting from Windows 10, I had to update the Standard SATA Controller to the AMD Sata Controller on order to see the HDD.
I create a Macrium Rescue Drive and initially it used its own SATA Winpe driver, and upon booting it does not see the HDD. I then recreated the iso pointing the SATA driver to c:\windows\system32 (and sub folders) and it copied the AMD SATA driver successfully but still upon reboot, the hdd does not show.
Under windows, device management, the AMD Sata Controller Properties shows two driver files
When I go to copy the drivers, it only seems to copy the first amd_sata.sys.
This may be a red herring, but I include it as info.
So basically, any idea how I can make the Macrium Winpe enviropment see my hdd in the dvd caddy?
Edit: Oh - I just worked out how to do it - I had to click on update driver, and select system32 folder and all sub directries, and the it scamed and found a .inf file which I selected. I can now see it the hdd in winpe environment. I never got this to work before (home of free) but it works now!