I have a 2.14 GHz Core 2 Duo MacBook Pro from 2006 running Windows 10 Pro. It was getting hot so I thought I'd buy a cheapo SSD for it. I installed the new SSD (it has a standard SATA cable inside the laptop) and did a clean install of Windows 10. Now when I boot it is seen as a ATA disk (what is that? Not PATA or SATA or IDE) using intelide not sorahci. How do I (can I) get Windows to see this as SATA not IDE? It should be SATA as the Apple branded Hitachi drive I pulled out when I put the new SSD in said SATA on the back. There is nothing I can do in Windows I think. I'm using rEFInd as a loader - should I change something in EFI or is that too late in the boot process? I don't use OSX at all but I could boot up an old version if required. I'd like it to see it as SATA through AHCI as it should (if it would improve anything) but I'm a bit out of my depth here. This is what it looks like - IDE apparently: If anyone has any ideas I'd appreciate it.