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Driver Toshiba Dt01aca050

If this utility or feature is not installed on your computer, you can verify if it is available for your specific model under "Downloads" on the TOSHIBA support web site ( Not all utilities are available for every model and operating system. When installing any utilities, install the TOSHIBA Value Added Package first.

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Hello, I've been having an issue with the UHD 630 OEM drivers and v27.20.100.8853 up to v30.0.101.1660 (latest) where any Chromium based app or browser (Chrome, Edge, Discord) stutters every few seconds when Hardware Acceleration is enabled.

I appreciate the reply and attempt to help but it is not my HDD's problem as other people have the same issue, yes it is HDD related and I/O tasks cause the browser to permanently stutter until it is restarted but due to the issue happening to multiple (possibly most) people with HDDs and driver version above v25 then it's Intel's issue and it has to be fixed, because it keeps getting worse by every update.

We understand that you have tested even the latest Intel DCH Graphics Driver version Just to make sure, did you install that driver performing a clean install? Or did you just update this driver to override the previous version? If you updated, we recommend trying a Clean Installation of the Intel Graphics Drivers in Windows* to re-install the latest Intel Graphics DCH Driver

On a Windows based system, the operating system detects the SATA controllers during boot and loads device drivers supporting the configured SATA mode. For the purpose of this article, only AMD SATA controller for AHCI mode is covered.

AMD SATA AHCI drivers for AMD 6-Series, 7-Series, 8-Series, or 9-Series chipsets are included in the chipset driver package and is compatible only with desktop systems running Windows 8.1, Windows 7 or older (depending on chipset).

The AMD SATA controller component is not compatible with and will not be offered nor installed by the chipset driver package on AMD desktop systems running Window 10 or using AMD Socket AM4 and Socket TR4 chipsets. Forcing a manual driver installation via Device Manager on these systems is not supported and may cause stability and performance issues with some mass storage devices, such as solid-state drives (SSD).

Desktop systems based on AMD 6-Series, 7-Series, 8-Series, 9-Series, Socket AM4, and Socket TR4 chipsets running Windows 10 should use the Microsoft provided Standard SATA AHCI Controller driver that comes installed with Windows by default. This configuration ensures compatibility and offers the best experience with most types of mass storage devices.

If the system is not using Standard SATA AHCI Controller driver and is experiencing stability and performance issues with connected SATA devices, use the Roll Back Driver option to restore to the default controller.

To roll back the driver, in Device Manager, double-click on the device and select the Driver tab. In the Driver section choose Roll Back Driver, as shown in the example below. A system restart may be required to complete the process.

NOTE! Desktop systems based on AMD 6-Series, 7-Series, 8-Series, 9-Series chipsets using AMD SATA AHCI driver in Windows 8.1, Windows 7 or older may experience stability and performance issues with some newer types SSDs. In these cases, using the Microsoft provided Standard SATA AHCI Controller driver may help resolve the problem. 350c69d7ab


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