Anyway, no matter how wonderful SATA is, accidents may happen for some reasons, say, accidental file deletion, format, partition loss or damage, virus attack, unexpected system shutdown, etc.
And any one accident along with previous or important data loss may drive you crazy.
According to Wikipedia, SATA computer bus, a storage-interface for connecting host bus adapters (most commonly integrated into laptop computers and desktop motherboards) to mass storage devices (such as hard disk drives and optical drives), offers several compelling advantages over the older parallel ATA/"EIDE" interface: reduced cable-bulk and cost (7 pins vs 40 pins), faster and more efficient data transfer, and the ability to remove or add devices while operating (hot swapping). One of the main design advantages of Serial ATA is that the thinner serial cables facilitate more efficient airflow inside a form factor and also allow for smaller chassis designs.
In contrast, IDE cables used in parallel ATA systems are bulkier than Serial ATA cables and can only extend to 40cm long, while Serial ATA cables can extend up to one meter.
Note that the Local Group Policy Editor is not available to Windows 10 Home users.
For this solution, you need to head into the System portion of the Control Panel. In the Control Panel sidebar, select Advanced system settings.
Briefly, download and run the troubleshooter from Microsoft, on the first screen click Next, then select Hide updates, check the driver/s you would like to hide, click Next again, and you’re done. Select Show hidden updates from the troubleshooter, check the update/s you want to unhide, and click Next.
To stop Windows 10 from automatically updating your drivers, you have several options.
Should the roll back option not be available, a workaround is to uninstall the driver and replace it with your preferred version.
Before you proceed, obtain the desired driver version from the OEM or a third party supplier.
Note that some manufacturers offer utilities to uninstall old drivers, ensuring a clean removal of all driver-related files from your computer.