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How to Stop Reboot on BSOD?

How to Stop Reboot on BSOD?
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When I set my Onboard SATA Ctrl Mode to AHCI (from IDE) I get a BSOD that I can't see because the system immediately reboots.
How can I get it to hold on the BSOD error?
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