Intel Rst Raid Driver Download Install Update
The only thing I change after last new fresh install is the dual-boot with Kubuntu. Can you provide me the direct link to this driver? Should I install the driver in safe-mode?
Thank in advance and best regards. It should be v Only by last one have I these difficulties. I just have done a deeper look into the latest BIOS for your mainboard. Don't forget to do a backup of your data before you are going to flash the updated BIOS. Due the presence of Kubuntu You may flash the BIOS at own risk.
Before you are going to flash the updated BIOS, don't forget to save your important data and to store somewhere the original untouched BIOS file just for an emergency case. So it will be a good idea to write down your current settings.
Then your existing RAID hopefully will be detected and you can do the other settings boot order etc. I have done exactly the same as you have done now, that means, that I have replaced the old Intel RAID ROM by the newer one instead of deleting the old and inserting the new module. Some motherboards, like mines, remember the drive from which booted once and continue to try boot from them. OS is now installed and work perfect.
It makes me happy, that you got the updated RAID configuration flawlessly running at least and that I was able to help you. Since your question obviously has been answered, you may check this point within your start post. Are there also drivers for other JB36x sata-controller? Sadly was not able to download the drivers from your linked address but I found the ftp-link of manufacturer with drivers and "option-ROM"-file, here is:.
Why haven't you set your topic as been solved? Is there anything regarding the Intel RST driver, which should be further on investigated? By the way, finish to install all additional application in Vista, now will I disconnect again the not necessary device and start Installation of Win 7 Ultimate 64 bit.
Thanks again and best regards from Munich. Deletion of the OEM Logo file 2. No delete first here. The safest method would be the following procedure: Backup your current partitions and store it outside the RAID. Dear Fernando, thanks again for your patience. Just would thank you again. Hope my experience can help other user. Sadly was not able to download the drivers from your linked address but I found the ftp-link of manufacturer with drivers and "option-ROM"-file, here is: Sadly was not able to download the drivers from your linked address What exactly was your problem while trying to download any linked file?
Dear Fernando, both links just don't react, sorry. To mark the thread as solved should I click "probably solved"? Or do you mean is better to use the same of Vista? Why would you prefer different drivers for Win7?
Have fun with your updated system! In that case something else tell me which your preferable solution with links if possible.
Thanks and sorry again. Go to original post.
Intel® Rapid Storage Technology (Intel® RST)
Windows 10: Intel RST Driver
To put it in a simpler term, RAID is very useful if you want to keep the data in your drives safe even when you are having some sort of hardware failure. If RAID suddenly stops working, you will find that you are unable to read certain information from your disks, and there is also a possibility that your data cannot be recovered unless you pay a lot for it. If this is happening to you, you should first consider getting the Intel Rapid Storage Technology driver updated, which could be a hard work to some. Please choose accordingly the options that you are more inclined to. Update via Device Manager Option 2: Locate and expand category Disk drives. If you see the notification telling you that your device is up to date , then you might want to consider getting the latest version of you disk drive installed manually.