Unfortunately, Samsung decided to castrate their nc10-version of sammy. Intel's tech.docs. say that the chipset is capable of AHCI. Not sure what Samsung had in mind with that, probably forcing customers to throw away their 2-3 year old device --> "If you want SSD with AHCI, pay again for it"
I really like Sammy, he is doing a great job, already for 3 years.
What i don't understand is why they
(Samsung Support) can't simply tell that the NC10 isn't capable to properly support ssd's (i mean in case of TRIM support), or if it is, what to do.
By the way, there was once a bios firmware which had a hidden menu to enable AHCI ;)The german support guy
was rather rude, he told me that newer devices do not have AHCI
Then literally threw
me out of support chat.
I mean: WTF!
Newer devices should have this at all cost, shouldn't they?
Samsung's hardware is great, at least those devices i bought over a long time (LED TV, monitors, usb disk, netbook). Everything still works great, great value for money (big bang for your bucks ;) )
Samsung's support is crap, standard answers, no technical information, no changelogs with updates. Why should i do a recovery? I don't need to explain a problem for 40 minutes to have somebody tell me that i should do a recovery.Samsung Support guy at Emergency Call Desk: Did you crash your car? Are you in it? The Door is stuck? Oh right, we can't help you on this, please go to a local support mecanician.
I will not give up on this topic. Samsung will officially say that the NC10 can or can't do AHCI.
I searched a lot of forums, despite of the hidden bios their was, Samsung never commented on anything about this.
Customers pay for their products, so they have a right to be informed properly.
I already know that the NC10 can't do it, but at least they should properly agree to that.
So long and thanks for the fish ;)