I have a laptop Acer Aspire A515-54G (128GB SSD & 1TB HDD) with windows 10 installed in the SSD. Recently, I needed to install Ubuntu in dual boot, so I shrinked the HDD since it had free space. But Ubuntu installation failed since Intel RST was enabled.
I google the issue and followed this article. Please have a look.
Following the article, I changed the storage device driver to Microsoft Storage Spaces Controller and then from the BIOS I changed the SATA settings to AHCI. All according the article.
After I completed all the steps from the article, I was able to install and run Ubuntu perfectly but now Windows wouldn’t boot giving the stop code INACCESSIBLE_BOOT_DEVICE.
After a lot of googling, I was able to run the windows in safe mode from advanced options. My intention was to change the driver setting back.
Here I have these questions:
How can I fix my Windows?
Should changing the storage driver in safe mode would help in any way? If yes, which one do I select since I dont remember the exact name of the previous ones there are a lot of options within Intel and I do not really want to experiment with them. See the picture below.
I would be extremely grateful for your help.