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Precision 7510 USB port problem, monitor problem and Intel Rapid Storage problem

Q: Precision 7510 USB port problem, monitor problem and Intel Rapid Storage problem

Hi,
I need some help and if anyone can help me I will be very appreciated. My system is Windows 7 Ultimate X64.
1. USB port.
I used to have a Lenovo thinkpad W520, the USB ports can still provide power and the devices connected to the port won't be disconnected after the PC turning into sleep mode even power off, but everytime when I wake up my Precision 7510, the keyboad need a long wait to be reconnected and all of the external hard drives are reconnected too (Auto play also pops out). And I cannot charge my cellphone even if the precision is in sleeping mode with power connected to it.

2. External Monitor,
I get a Dell P2417H monitor. I connect the monitor to my PC through Display port.
Then I use the Screen Resolution to Identify the monitor. I then use "Identify" to identify the monitor, at first both of the monitors show (1\2), which is correct because windows is set to duplicate the monitors. Then I selected Show desk top only on 1 and then "Identify" the monitors. Both of the monitors show a big 1. Then I selected show desk top only on 2 and then "Identify" the monitors. Both of the monitors show a big 2.(My p2417H is actually 2)
Then I select apply so only p2417H shows the display and close the laptop's lid. (I set the power options, so that the PC won't be turn off when I close the lid or after a long deactivation)
As long as I close the lid and turn the laptop into sleep mode and wake it up. The monitor settings will go back to duplicate the displays.
Also, I miss the days when I was using W520. After I connect it to external monitor and close the lid, I don't need to open the lid and wake it up by pressing power button, I just need to click on my mouse or my keyboard to wake it up without any settings. Is there a way Dell precision can run in a same way?
3. Intel Rapid Storage Technology Driver and Management Console
In device management, I see an unknown device. I am guessing it might be something related to the hard drive.
And the only driver I am not able to install is the Intel Rapid Storage Technology Driver and Management Console.
When I am installing the driver, the error pops out says Fatal Error during installation.
The log is listed below.

=== Verbose logging started: 9/17/2016 12:44:02 Build type: SHIP UNICODE 5.00.7601.00 Calling process: C:\ProgramData\Dell\drivers\Serial-ATA_Driver_PFJ82_WN32_14.8.9.1053_A06\SetupRST.exe ===MSI (c) (FC:04) [12:44:02:856]: Resetting cached policy valuesMSI (c) (FC:04) [12:44:02:856]: Machine policy value 'Debug' is 0MSI (c) (FC:04) [12:44:02:856]: ******* RunEngine: ******* Product: C:\Users\Ford\AppData\Local\Temp\IIFB513.tmp\RST_x64.msi ******* Action: ******* CommandLine: **********MSI (c) (FC:04) [12:44:02:863]: Client-side and UI is none or basic: Running entire install on the server.MSI (c) (FC:04) [12:44:02:871]: Grabbed execution mutex.MSI (c) (FC:04) [12:44:02:872]: Cloaking enabled.MSI (c) (FC:04) [12:44:02:872]: Attempting to enable all disabled privileges before calling Install on ServerMSI (c) (FC:04) [12:44:02:872]: Incrementing counter to disable shutdown. Counter after increment: 0MSI (s) (9C:4C) [12:44:02:874]: Running installation inside multi-package transaction IIF_MSIMSI (s) (9C:4C) [12:44:02:874]: Grabbed execution mutex.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:02:876]: Resetting cached policy valuesMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:02:876]: Machine policy value 'Debug' is 0MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:02:876]: ******* RunEngine: ******* Product: C:\Users\Ford\AppData\Local\Temp\IIFB513.tmp\RST_x64.msi ******* Action: ******* CommandLine: **********MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:02:877]: Machine policy value 'DisableUserInstalls' is 0MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:02:974]: File will have security applied from OpCode.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:02:974]: SOFTWARE RESTRICTION POLICY: Verifying package --> 'C:\Users\Ford\AppData\Local\Temp\IIFB513.tmp\RST_x64.msi' against software restriction policyMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:02:974]: Note: 1: 2262 2: DigitalSignature 3: -2147287038 MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:02:974]: SOFTWARE RESTRICTION POLICY: C:\Users\Ford\AppData\Local\Temp\IIFB513.tmp\RST_x64.msi is not digitally signedMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:02:974]: SOFTWARE RESTRICTION POLICY: C:\Users\Ford\AppData\Local\Temp\IIFB513.tmp\RST_x64.msi is permitted to run at the 'unrestricted' authorization level.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:02:974]: End dialog not enabledMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:02:974]: Original package ==> C:\Users\Ford\AppData\Local\Temp\IIFB513.tmp\RST_x64.msiMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:02:974]: Package we're running from ==> C:\Windows\Installer\d39018b.msiMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:045]: APPCOMPAT: Compatibility mode property overrides found.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:068]: APPCOMPAT: looking for appcompat database entry with ProductCode ' Google Tag Manager 6'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:069]: APPCOMPAT: no matching ProductCode found in database.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:495]: MSCOREE not loaded loading copy from system32MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:591]: Machine policy value 'TransformsSecure' is 0MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:591]: User policy value 'TransformsAtSource' is 0MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:591]: Machine policy value 'DisablePatch' is 0MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:591]: Machine policy value 'AllowLockdownPatch' is 0MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:591]: Machine policy value 'DisableLUAPatching' is 0MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:591]: Machine policy value 'DisableFlyWeightPatching' is 0MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:591]: APPCOMPAT: looking for appcompat database entry with ProductCode ' Google Tag Manager 5'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:591]: APPCOMPAT: no matching ProductCode found in database.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:591]: Transforms are not secure.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:591]: Note: 1: 2205 2: 3: Control MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:591]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding MsiLogFileLocation property. Its value is 'C:\ProgramData\dell\drivers\Serial-ATA_Driver_PFJ82_WN32_14.8.9.1053_A06\IntelRST_MSI.log'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:591]: Command Line: PRODUCTFOLDER=C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology REBOOT=ReallySuppress IIF_HASBATTERY=1 ADDLOCAL=DriverFeature,ServiceFeature,UIFeature,TrayFeature CURRENTDIRECTORY=C:\ProgramData\dell\drivers\Serial-ATA_Driver_PFJ82_WN32_14.8.9.1053_A06 CLIENTUILEVEL=3 MSICLIENTUSESEXTERNALUI=1 CLIENTPROCESSID=4860 MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:591]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding PackageCode property. Its value is ' Google Tag Manager 4'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:591]: Product Code passed to Engine.Initialize: ''MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:591]: Product Code from property table before transforms: ' Google Tag Manager 3'MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:591]: Product Code from property table after transforms: ' Google Tag Manager 2'MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:591]: Product not registered: beginning first-time installMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:591]: Machine policy value 'DisableMsi' is 0MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:591]: Product Google Tag Manager 1 is not managed.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:591]: MSI_LUA: Credential prompt not required, user is an adminMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:591]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding ProductState property. Its value is '-1'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:591]: Entering CMsiConfigurationManager::SetLastUsedSource.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:591]: User policy value 'SearchOrder' is 'nmu'MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:591]: Adding new sources is allowed.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:591]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding PackagecodeChanging property. Its value is '1'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:591]: Package name extracted from package path: 'RST_x64.msi'MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:591]: Package to be registered: 'RST_x64.msi'MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:591]: Note: 1: 2205 2: 3: Error MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:606]: Note: 1: 2262 2: AdminProperties 3: -2147287038 MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:606]: Machine policy value 'AlwaysInstallElevated' is 0MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:606]: User policy value 'AlwaysInstallElevated' is 0MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:606]: Product installation will be elevated because user is admin and product is being installed per-machine.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:606]: Running product ' Google Tag Manager 0' with elevated privileges: Product is assigned.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:606]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding PRODUCTFOLDER property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:606]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding REBOOT property. Its value is 'ReallySuppress'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:606]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding IIF_HASBATTERY property. Its value is '1'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:606]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding ADDLOCAL property. Its value is 'DriverFeature,ServiceFeature,UIFeature,TrayFeature'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:606]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding CURRENTDIRECTORY property. Its value is 'C:\ProgramData\dell\drivers\Serial-ATA_Driver_PFJ82_WN32_14.8.9.1053_A06'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:606]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding CLIENTUILEVEL property. Its value is '3'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:606]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding MSICLIENTUSESEXTERNALUI property. Its value is '1'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:606]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding CLIENTPROCESSID property. Its value is '4860'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:606]: Machine policy value 'DisableAutomaticApplicationShutdown' is 0MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:606]: RESTART MANAGER: Disabled by MSIRESTARTMANAGERCONTROL property; Windows Installer will use the built-in FilesInUse functionality.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:606]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding MsiSystemRebootPending property. Its value is '1'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:606]: TRANSFORMS property is now: MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:606]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding VersionDatabase property. Its value is '400'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:606]: SHELL32::SHGetFolderPath returned: C:\Users\Ford\AppData\RoamingMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:606]: SHELL32::SHGetFolderPath returned: C:\Users\Ford\FavoritesMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:616]: SHELL32::SHGetFolderPath returned: C:\Users\Ford\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Network ShortcutsMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:616]: SHELL32::SHGetFolderPath returned: C:\Users\Ford\DocumentsMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:616]: SHELL32::SHGetFolderPath returned: C:\Users\Ford\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Printer ShortcutsMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:616]: SHELL32::SHGetFolderPath returned: C:\Users\Ford\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\RecentMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:616]: SHELL32::SHGetFolderPath returned: C:\Users\Ford\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\SendToMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:616]: SHELL32::SHGetFolderPath returned: C:\Users\Ford\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\TemplatesMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:616]: SHELL32::SHGetFolderPath returned: C:\ProgramDataMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:616]: SHELL32::SHGetFolderPath returned: C:\Users\Ford\AppData\LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:616]: SHELL32::SHGetFolderPath returned: C:\Users\Ford\PicturesMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:616]: SHELL32::SHGetFolderPath returned: C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Administrative ToolsMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:616]: SHELL32::SHGetFolderPath returned: C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\StartupMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:626]: SHELL32::SHGetFolderPath returned: C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\ProgramsMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:626]: SHELL32::SHGetFolderPath returned: C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start MenuMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:626]: SHELL32::SHGetFolderPath returned: C:\Users\Public\DesktopMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:626]: SHELL32::SHGetFolderPath returned: C:\Users\Ford\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Administrative ToolsMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:626]: SHELL32::SHGetFolderPath returned: C:\Users\Ford\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\StartupMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:626]: SHELL32::SHGetFolderPath returned: C:\Users\Ford\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\ProgramsMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:626]: SHELL32::SHGetFolderPath returned: C:\Users\Ford\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Start MenuMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:626]: SHELL32::SHGetFolderPath returned: C:\Users\Ford\DesktopMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:626]: SHELL32::SHGetFolderPath returned: C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\TemplatesMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:626]: SHELL32::SHGetFolderPath returned: C:\Windows\FontsMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:706]: Note: 1: 2898 2: MS Sans Serif 3: MS Sans Serif 4: 0 5: 16 MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:716]: MSI_LUA: Setting MsiRunningElevated property to 1 because the install is already running elevated.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:716]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding MsiRunningElevated property. Its value is '1'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:716]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding Privileged property. Its value is '1'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:716]: Note: 1: 1402 2: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\MS Setup (ACME)\User Info 3: 2 MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:716]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding USERNAME property. Its value is 'Ford'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:716]: Note: 1: 1402 2: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\MS Setup (ACME)\User Info 3: 2 MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:716]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding DATABASE property. Its value is 'C:\Windows\Installer\d39018b.msi'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:716]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding OriginalDatabase property. Its value is 'C:\Users\Ford\AppData\Local\Temp\IIFB513.tmp\RST_x64.msi'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:716]: Machine policy value 'MsiDisableEmbeddedUI' is 0MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:716]: EEUI - Disabling MsiEmbeddedUI due to existing external or embedded UIMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:716]: EEUI - Disabling MsiEmbeddedUI for service because it's not a quiet/basic installMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:751]: Note: 1: 2205 2: 3: PatchPackage MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:751]: Machine policy value 'DisableRollback' is 0MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:751]: User policy value 'DisableRollback' is 0MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:751]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding UILevel property. Its value is '2'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:751]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding MsiUISourceResOnly property. Its value is '1'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:751]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding MsiUIUACOnly property. Its value is '1'.=== Logging started: 9/17/2016 12:44:03 ===MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:751]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding Preselected property. Its value is '1'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:751]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding ACTION property. Its value is 'INSTALL'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:751]: Doing action: INSTALLMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:751]: Note: 1: 2205 2: 3: ActionText Action start 12:44:03: INSTALL.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:751]: Running ExecuteSequenceMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:751]: Doing action: FindRelatedProductsMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:751]: Note: 1: 2205 2: 3: ActionText Action start 12:44:03: FindRelatedProducts.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:761]: Doing action: AppSearchMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:761]: Note: 1: 2205 2: 3: ActionText Action ended 12:44:03: FindRelatedProducts. Return value 1.Action start 12:44:03: AppSearch.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:761]: Note: 1: 2262 2: Signature 3: -2147287038 MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:761]: Note: 1: 1402 2: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Intel\IRST 3: 2 MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:761]: Note: 1: 2262 2: Signature 3: -2147287038 MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:761]: Note: 1: 1402 2: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE32\Software\Intel\IRST 3: 2 MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:761]: Note: 1: 2262 2: Signature 3: -2147287038 MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:761]: Note: 1: 1402 2: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Intel\IRST 3: 2 MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:761]: Note: 1: 2262 2: Signature 3: -2147287038 MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:761]: Note: 1: 1402 2: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Intel\IRST 3: 2 MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:761]: Doing action: ValidateProductIDMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:761]: Note: 1: 2205 2: 3: ActionText Action ended 12:44:03: AppSearch. Return value 1.Action start 12:44:03: ValidateProductID.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:761]: Doing action: CostInitializeMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:761]: Note: 1: 2205 2: 3: ActionText Action ended 12:44:03: ValidateProductID. Return value 1.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:03:761]: Machine policy value 'MaxPatchCacheSize' is 10MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:924]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding ROOTDRIVE property. Its value is 'D:\'.Action start 12:44:03: CostInitialize.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:925]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding CostingComplete property. Its value is '0'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:925]: Note: 1: 2205 2: 3: Patch MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:925]: Note: 1: 2205 2: 3: PatchPackage MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:925]: Note: 1: 2205 2: 3: MsiPatchHeaders MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:925]: Note: 1: 2205 2: 3: __MsiPatchFileList MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:925]: Note: 1: 2205 2: 3: PatchPackage MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:925]: Note: 1: 2228 2: 3: PatchPackage 4: SELECT `DiskId`, `PatchId`, `LastSequence` FROM `Media`, `PatchPackage` WHERE `Media`.`DiskId`=`PatchPackage`.`Media_` ORDER BY `DiskId` MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:925]: Note: 1: 2205 2: 3: Patch MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:926]: Doing action: FileCostMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:926]: Note: 1: 2205 2: 3: ActionText Action ended 12:44:04: CostInitialize. Return value 1.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:927]: Note: 1: 2205 2: 3: MsiAssembly MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:927]: Note: 1: 2205 2: 3: Class MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:927]: Note: 1: 2205 2: 3: Extension MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:927]: Note: 1: 2205 2: 3: TypeLib Action start 12:44:04: FileCost.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:927]: Doing action: CostFinalizeMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:927]: Note: 1: 2205 2: 3: ActionText Action ended 12:44:04: FileCost. Return value 1.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:929]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding OutOfDiskSpace property. Its value is '0'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:929]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding OutOfNoRbDiskSpace property. Its value is '0'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:929]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding PrimaryVolumeSpaceAvailable property. Its value is '0'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:929]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding PrimaryVolumeSpaceRequired property. Its value is '0'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:929]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding PrimaryVolumeSpaceRemaining property. Its value is '0'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: Note: 1: 2205 2: 3: Patch MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: Note: 1: 2205 2: 3: Condition MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding TARGETDIR property. Its value is 'D:\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding CompanyProgramsFolder property. Its value is 'C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Intel\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding INTELCORPDIR property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Intel Corporation\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding IASTORUTILDIR property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Intel Corporation\IAStorUtil\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding PSIDIR property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Intel Corporation\PSI\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding dir_Intel property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Modifying PRODUCTFOLDER property. Its current value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology'. Its new value: 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding dirA63B9EB8587DB2EF769BDA813C524E17 property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\zh-TW\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding dirFC2DDE926E1A4FD2B7012D9647201E6E property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\zh-CN\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding dirC75EE1A0694191853FD10F13085D39CD property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\tr-TR\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding dir8D4EB7E4996A25EB1FBB6A770A829787 property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\th-TH\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding dir77EFDC95098DFE0F7D1444F6BD7FCDB3 property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\sv-SE\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding dir7451C3C83D8D4A08B201081CAB772A39 property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\sk-SK\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding dir9602DB2954B8218EB403F0364D8346D3 property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\ru-RU\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding dirCEF14A83D4FBC3AB9134BF3D6BA492F1 property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\pt-PT\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding dir51456EF14CA0002DADE53E2FBFC5EF28 property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\pt-BR\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding dir0157889CB7DF3C5BF0EEC68DD554559F property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\pl-PL\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding dir9D7ED5769F7675368AE8DD122A422692 property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\nl-NL\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding dirAE912F91C2BD2C0E2A13C2B7AE5E0664 property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\nb-NO\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding dir55714E37244D8FCEF3A2C6E4366F66E1 property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\ko-KR\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding dir387A71CBF1800118442E9F820EF0ADA1 property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\ja-JP\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding dir112C0715EC48040018BC9E97400AF952 property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\it-IT\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding dir4F609FA5441EDE6EB2F95FE93AF0B0B2 property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\hu-HU\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding dir449959604B05080154FF6AF6C3302537 property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\he-IL\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding dir8D0F7B87E5D2576DB3BBDD939E2D9388 property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\fr-FR\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding dir29FC58C0ECACD958A66CC770D6C8971A property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\fi-FI\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding dir2BFF99396F55A3B1A2D6B5973B246087 property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\es-ES\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding dir10741EE804C92FE2110A55D1C28E0DEF property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\el-GR\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding dirB2058C73527E2CACE19AAE501FAFED6C property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\de-DE\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding dirBE3A9B19620E5D02EC237255E49416FA property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\da-DK\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding dir1A490762077D8DE65E7E5E09A58FA185 property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\cs-CZ\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding dir8F9CB900EBF9D08B668580C0A1C31C89 property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\ar-SA\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding MUILANG property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\Lang\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding MUILANG_zhTW property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\Lang\zh-TW\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding MUILANG_zhCN property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\Lang\zh-CN\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding MUILANG_trTR property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\Lang\tr-TR\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding MUILANG_thTH property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\Lang\th-TH\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding MUILANG_svSE property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\Lang\sv-SE\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding MUILANG_skSK property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\Lang\sk-SK\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding MUILANG_ruRU property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\Lang\ru-RU\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding MUILANG_ptPT property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\Lang\pt-PT\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding MUILANG_ptBR property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\Lang\pt-BR\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding MUILANG_plPL property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\Lang\pl-PL\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding MUILANG_nlNL property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\Lang\nl-NL\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding MUILANG_nbNO property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\Lang\nb-NO\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding MUILANG_koKR property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\Lang\ko-KR\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding MUILANG_jaJP property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\Lang\ja-JP\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding MUILANG_itIT property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\Lang\it-IT\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding MUILANG_huHU property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\Lang\hu-HU\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding MUILANG_heIL property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\Lang\he-IL\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding MUILANG_frFR property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\Lang\fr-FR\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding MUILANG_fiFI property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\Lang\fi-FI\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding MUILANG_esES property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\Lang\es-ES\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding MUILANG_enUS property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\Lang\en-US\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding MUILANG_elGR property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\Lang\el-GR\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding MUILANG_deDE property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\Lang\de-DE\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding MUILANG_daDK property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\Lang\da-DK\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding MUILANG_csCZ property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\Lang\cs-CZ\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding MUILANG_arSA property. Its value is 'C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\Lang\ar-SA\'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: Target path resolution complete. Dumping Directory table...MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: Note: target paths subject to change (via custom actions or browsing)MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: Dir (target): Key: TARGETDIR , Object: D:\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: Dir (target): Key: WindowsFolder , Object: C:\Windows\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:930]: Dir (target): Key: ProgramMenuFolder , Object: C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: CompanyProgramsFolder , Object: C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Intel\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: CommonFilesFolder , Object: C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: INTELCORPDIR , Object: C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Intel Corporation\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: IASTORUTILDIR , Object: C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Intel Corporation\IAStorUtil\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: PSIDIR , Object: C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Intel Corporation\PSI\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: ProgramFiles64Folder , Object: C:\Program Files\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: dir_Intel , Object: C:\Program Files\Intel\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: PRODUCTFOLDER , Object: C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: dirA63B9EB8587DB2EF769BDA813C524E17 , Object: C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\zh-TW\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: dirFC2DDE926E1A4FD2B7012D9647201E6E , Object: C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\zh-CN\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: dirC75EE1A0694191853FD10F13085D39CD , Object: C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\tr-TR\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: dir8D4EB7E4996A25EB1FBB6A770A829787 , Object: C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\th-TH\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: dir77EFDC95098DFE0F7D1444F6BD7FCDB3 , Object: C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\sv-SE\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: dir7451C3C83D8D4A08B201081CAB772A39 , Object: C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\sk-SK\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: dir9602DB2954B8218EB403F0364D8346D3 , Object: C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\ru-RU\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: dirCEF14A83D4FBC3AB9134BF3D6BA492F1 , Object: C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\pt-PT\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: dir51456EF14CA0002DADE53E2FBFC5EF28 , Object: C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\pt-BR\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: dir0157889CB7DF3C5BF0EEC68DD554559F , Object: C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\pl-PL\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: dir9D7ED5769F7675368AE8DD122A422692 , Object: C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\nl-NL\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: dirAE912F91C2BD2C0E2A13C2B7AE5E0664 , Object: C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\nb-NO\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: dir55714E37244D8FCEF3A2C6E4366F66E1 , Object: C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\ko-KR\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: dir387A71CBF1800118442E9F820EF0ADA1 , Object: C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\ja-JP\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: dir112C0715EC48040018BC9E97400AF952 , Object: C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\it-IT\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: dir4F609FA5441EDE6EB2F95FE93AF0B0B2 , Object: C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\hu-HU\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: dir449959604B05080154FF6AF6C3302537 , Object: C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\he-IL\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: dir8D0F7B87E5D2576DB3BBDD939E2D9388 , Object: C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\fr-FR\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: dir29FC58C0ECACD958A66CC770D6C8971A , Object: C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\fi-FI\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: dir2BFF99396F55A3B1A2D6B5973B246087 , Object: C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\es-ES\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: dir10741EE804C92FE2110A55D1C28E0DEF , Object: C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\el-GR\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: dirB2058C73527E2CACE19AAE501FAFED6C , Object: C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\de-DE\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: dirBE3A9B19620E5D02EC237255E49416FA , Object: C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\da-DK\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: dir1A490762077D8DE65E7E5E09A58FA185 , Object: C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\cs-CZ\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: dir8F9CB900EBF9D08B668580C0A1C31C89 , Object: C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\ar-SA\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: MUILANG , Object: C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\Lang\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: MUILANG_zhTW , Object: C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\Lang\zh-TW\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: MUILANG_zhCN , Object: C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\Lang\zh-CN\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: MUILANG_trTR , Object: C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\Lang\tr-TR\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: MUILANG_thTH , Object: C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\Lang\th-TH\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: MUILANG_svSE , Object: C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\Lang\sv-SE\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: MUILANG_skSK , Object: C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\Lang\sk-SK\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: MUILANG_ruRU , Object: C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\Lang\ru-RU\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: MUILANG_ptPT , Object: C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\Lang\pt-PT\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: MUILANG_ptBR , Object: C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\Lang\pt-BR\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: MUILANG_plPL , Object: C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\Lang\pl-PL\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: MUILANG_nlNL , Object: C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\Lang\nl-NL\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: MUILANG_nbNO , Object: C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\Lang\nb-NO\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: MUILANG_koKR , Object: C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\Lang\ko-KR\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: MUILANG_jaJP , Object: C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\Lang\ja-JP\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: MUILANG_itIT , Object: C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\Lang\it-IT\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: MUILANG_huHU , Object: C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\Lang\hu-HU\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: MUILANG_heIL , Object: C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\Lang\he-IL\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: MUILANG_frFR , Object: C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\Lang\fr-FR\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: MUILANG_fiFI , Object: C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\Lang\fi-FI\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: MUILANG_esES , Object: C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\Lang\es-ES\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: MUILANG_enUS , Object: C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\Lang\en-US\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: MUILANG_elGR , Object: C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\Lang\el-GR\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: MUILANG_deDE , Object: C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\Lang\de-DE\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: MUILANG_daDK , Object: C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\Lang\da-DK\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: MUILANG_csCZ , Object: C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\Lang\cs-CZ\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Dir (target): Key: MUILANG_arSA , Object: C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology\Lang\ar-SA\MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding INSTALLLEVEL property. Its value is '1'.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Note: 1: 2205 2: 3: MsiAssembly MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:931]: Note: 1: 2228 2: 3: MsiAssembly 4: SELECT `MsiAssembly`.`Attributes`, `MsiAssembly`.`File_Application`, `MsiAssembly`.`File_Manifest`, `Component`.`KeyPath` FROM `MsiAssembly`, `Component` WHERE `MsiAssembly`.`Component_` = `Component`.`Component` AND `MsiAssembly`.`Component_` = ? Action start 12:44:04: CostFinalize.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:937]: Doing action: InstallValidateMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:937]: Note: 1: 2205 2: 3: ActionText Action ended 12:44:04: CostFinalize. Return value 1.Action start 12:44:04: InstallValidate.MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Note: 1: 2205 2: 3: Dialog MSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Feature: DriverFeature; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Feature: UIFeature; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Feature: ServiceFeature; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Feature: TrayFeature; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmp821105E9D685402AB2E8285C8572ED38; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: NullMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmp8E34971D215D4C4CA3C65E45316C975D; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: NullMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmp20556BC600E14AE990285E67C6B13365; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmp66DD9D0866F44B4396E3A889E7E46EC8; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: ClearPsiFolderOnUninstall; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: ClearIAStorUtilFolderOnUninstall; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmp_RESOURCEDLL; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmp_ARSADLL; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmp_CSCZDLL; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmp_DADKDLL; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmp_DEDEDLL; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmp_ELGRDLL; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmp_ENUSDLL; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmp_ESESDLL; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmp_FIFIDLL; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmp_FRFRDLL; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmp_HEILDLL; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmp_HUHUDLL; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmp_ITITDLL; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmp_JAJPDLL; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmp_KOKRDLL; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmp_NBNODLL; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmp_NLNLDLL; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmp_PLPLDLL; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmp_PTBRDLL; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmp_PTPTDLL; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmp_RURUDLL; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmp_SKSKDLL; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmp_SVSEDLL; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmp_THTHDLL; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmp_TRTRDLL; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmp_ZHCNDLL; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmp_ZHTWDLL; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmp105EB44E04ED4A7E86F2F7C29F18A4AE; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmpB80D5D3F94B347949E3FFBC44188158D; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmpADD1FE7B5AEC4750B7060E3F678E66B3; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmp761151FCDAA154378EBF519E60B2686E; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmpDC1AA5983E9988DADBB382D83E12A2A1; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmp2213114806F975FE04070DCC60662234; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmp392466ABC0E0F6F4A87F417D04AC9554; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmp640426CDED3610CB62BDF4DDEACDD977; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmp3D2362811094232AC2F60B0F3CE914C3; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmp6610C2DBBDB838EB9C9D045E03AF9E86; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmpC6F886F669BF120DDBB4A899E3063DE9; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmp42C9498F953B43DF9CE6DE78CAE74E93; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmpE009472C9BC81D30CBF1C3D0ABC33648; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmp1BB908528A89BC0E9C473BCBB95BA890; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmp81C50B7C8661E250072AE355059824DB; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmp1B477269DADC244D556E6CDC49DCB63A; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmpE0B706572C728912C32D36E7B8169DD7; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmpABFE9CDB2481A46EA588549A0B277A17; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmp773A4BEC28634C009D109CD1A901AA99; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmp6984E8999C07B722FB7C11AE1E3850E8; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmpEF8040D07A77406D85F71E5D1FF6E4ED; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmp2D0E8FC87D7E782FDB0ABCDE2375FE1C; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmpC9682B8836AC1588B6978488D62A86AA; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmp491150C83842D6D9235E5CA65C2DD59D; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmpB98A238F160251B0026FCEDAEE44C74A; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmp671F96473C970B07218BD8FF5747DF53; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmpBDF98F2BBA63918CFB9DE7B3FF4BE496; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmp68ACCA3C613D600AC045BB881879C815; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmp8D440F07333CFB2ADC0964020387A1FD; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmpC01B900977A5425A99C93709F7DA8E65; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmpA8FBD4166DBFA2D9B56E638241046D41; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmpB8981B70D729E9C6EAB8A2ECEE0C4AD1; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmp6FCCC97CF79991BEA00258F5BE47B8C2; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmpA4977B7BAAFCD567DCB9E87F964E0EC1; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmpC6C9B5842ABACB7F47B8BE8A80E363BC; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmp4527F31016D330C1ABE2F6E6214B0605; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmp3F0113D1A38840AE7EE3E146D0A228E0; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:938]: Component: cmp4586A412408A692C708EBFCE9A3542B5; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:939]: Component: cmp55147E5F1133472FB8619C78963A6856; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:939]: Component: cmp807D5B1DEC649FD82F463E0D33F5398B; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:939]: Component: cmpE698B0EF47A111FFF034B1D0658BFA0C; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:939]: Component: cmp931BA46217F71F5F22D59E1B5D8E1226; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:939]: Component: cmpC77EEA9D6664A22DB3E1DD76F1FA9916; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:939]: Component: cmpC574F2BE96A2B4ADCECC3BC605138FC0; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:939]: Component: cmpDB8EB8D388A211B3C9686C69961458F0; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:939]: Component: cmpBE0A6B87BC495E2942DCE98FEB406AF4; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:939]: Component: cmp8F71E3D3533C88F0CD1A589390F15E9E; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:939]: Component: cmpE28C083641C84252B7EB246830A1123E; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:939]: Component: cmp9A8F18E29BD5517794E85B44EEBEED6D; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:939]: Component: cmpCC005249BB40C54B95A4C677D6BE316A; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:939]: Component: cmpD5214F06B1BA88E32B987E56F78795ED; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:939]: Component: cmp28CB9360DF6884801A568649A1F9C364; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:939]: Component: cmp110B6BDDAF306F07FAE9A4AE909BFD20; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:939]: Component: cmpFA91711484D28A29FD3A6B1871A76E7F; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:939]: Component: cmpCEC038D6D5C66D09ADE6513E6065D8F7; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:939]: Component: cmp8CBDDD25ECB785DBFF87E8BA6E9E3AC5; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:939]: Component: cmp2104E6D43F9D400CAB0ACE9F6033CF00; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:939]: Component: cmp030A1DCD2C42273757E543E6B961BEC4; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:939]: Component: cmp249D2AE641604983193A2F60BF11FD8D; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:939]: Component: cmpE58E6B84BFF8B930DB32CB8DD1015D05; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:939]: Component: cmp8F00FFBF1871F0EC59FEE081EA899410; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:939]: Component: cmp5CC5689B3B1150CE22B7227ECB7926CA; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:939]: Component: cmp2E5F8506D9EE889238FC9AC768491E08; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:939]: Component: cmp4E79E15FCD43EF55A1B9FA948EA0F06E; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:939]: Component: cmpB93FAACE8CE8341190DFFAFAF16442BF; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:939]: Component: cmpE2B0195490DB473080C3016F77B6828E; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:939]: Component: cmp93922B63FA6C89278B08B9E145DA630F; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:939]: Component: cmpC1A05254ACD8408CAD265CC9026FE8F0; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:939]: Component: cmp1A81EDA83D2E420113458F5A89647F0E; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:939]: Component: cmpED1F7230908FE7275B0AF7173A0B816F; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:939]: Component: cmp35690A8CA9E1D26DBA4D4B6A417F198D; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:939]: Component: cmpCA824CA10AFE64AEFBDCDDA4B2CD8709; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:939]: Component: cmpCAFB4BBAA14080A3BDC1CD4EC51899B4; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:939]: Component: cmpC2ECA9D58713CF37FEAC701402FCD0E2; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:939]: Component: cmpED40F57544594B008FAE897D6DDEC079; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:939]: Component: cmpBC0E60697E7BB67588D96CC273003851; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:939]: Component: cmp5EC6BCDFB8410232FE24C0ED00289C92; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:939]: Component: cmpF44CBEC5D30910C3C3FF59395AEA73E6; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:939]: Component: cmp00F260360C2C49A08495B6B9A33302A0; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:939]: Component: cmpD784B4F0062254F1881E125A3BB5993C; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:939]: Component: cmp1C74F8048D2C405327D342D41AAA2084; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:939]: Component: cmp79546002DCADD39838FFAA555B37D136; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:939]: Component: cmp3B3272589B67F680DE1835911C1D9921; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:939]: Component: cmp5CD77A62EE4144CA9F09FA9067B61F3A; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:939]: Component: cmp12F304D09786B87A5EFF7B4A08C69D10; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:939]: Component: cmp039AB91955A689F628B75B107EC93EF1; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:939]: Component: cmp9217F5F2C0DEDC3AA5117F58269E3A02; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:939]: Component: cmpA698A353870E03AB17382A41382535AE; Installed: Absent; Request: Local; Action: LocalMSI (s) (9C:A4) [12:44:04:939]: Component: cmpA2380976D876DD7069BC27621CA79149; 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A: Precision 7510 USB port problem, monitor problem and Intel Rapid Storage problem

Some of what you're experiencing may be due to the different hardware than you had in the older system - however, one BIG possibility:
Windows 7 does not fully support the power management features of the Skylake CPU and chipset in your system. Even if Windows 7 is correctly installed, there will be missing features (Microsoft never implemented the advanced Skylake power management features in anything older than Windows 8).
You'd likely experience some of the same issues with a Skylake Lenovo system.
The Skylake platform in your system WILL run Windows 7 (it's the last Intel platform that will; the newly released Kaby Lake won't run it at all), but it won't implement all the Skylake power management features it has no drivers for (and never will have drivers for). Unless you're completely stuck with Windows 7, most of the issue -- or all of them -- will go away if you move to Windows 10. If you don't do it now, this is the last hardware you'll be buying -- as above, Windows 7 is history as of the release of the new Kaby Lake platform.

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Windows 7 Home Premium, 64 bit
Gateway Laptop NV55C (I would upgrade ut currently not working so a major hardware upgrade is gonna have to wait
I've got the latest SATA AHCI Driver for my system according to Gateway.
As for the latest Intel RST software/drivers, I have version 9.6.2.1001 on the IAStorDataMgrSvc.exe file, which is the same version as the SATA drivers I found on the Gateway site.

Lately, the last few weeks, I have been having problem with my DVD drive disappearing.
In the Intel RST app, its shows my HD on Internal Port 0; and Internal Port 1 as empty.
I've only just checked this status after my DVD disappeared.
I'm guessing that my DVD is on Port 1 because I get a dialog popping up saying something about Port 1 being empty. Then my DVD drive is gone.

If I reboot, it comes back.
And it may stay for 5 minutes or 5 days (or more), then the DVD just disappears with the Intel RST popup.

I may not be doing anything particular, youtube, working (EagleCad and other Circuit board and schematic design software, and related utilities), general web browsing. Nothing special and nothing I haven't been doing for years.

I do Windows updates on a fairly regular basis (At least once every 2 week if not once a week)
This does kind of have me wondering if a recent Windows update broke something.
It would not be the first time I have seen that happen.
And as a side note, although its been 7+ years, I used to work in IT repairing pretty much everything, so I'm comfortable ge... Read more

A:Intel Rapid Storage Technology problem : Empty port problem

I just rebooted and here is that same system report. I only included the Port 1 info. All the rest is the same:

Disk on port 1
Port location: Internal
Status: Normal
Size: 0 GB
Serial number: UK71 857857
Model: MATSHITADVD-RAM UJ890AS
Firmware: 1.00
System disk: No
Password protected: No
Disk data cache: Disabled
Native command queuing: No
SATA transfer mode: Generation 1
Physical sector size: 0 Bytes
Logical sector size: 0 Bytes


I will try to get a screen cap of the popup message ASAP if I can.

Here we go:
It lasted 1 hour 12 minutes
Last time, it lasted about 5 minutes.

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When I try to click on it to open I get this message


http://www.fileden.com/files/2006/5/26/37340//intel.jpg

A:intel rapid storage problem

Try to reload or repair the Intel Rapid Storage Drivers
http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Sear...pid+storage%22

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Hello everyone, I'm a new user and I have kind of a weird problem. I tried researching my problem but I have came to no real answer on google or on sevenforums.com so i decided to create a new thread.

I must apologize in advance for my lack of knowledge when it comes to computers but im trying to learn. Anyways..

My brother and I installed a our new Seagate Barracuda XT 2TB harddrive to my computer a few days ago and everything installed great and worked just fine. However, my brother decided to use the Intel Rapid Storage Technology feature not really understanding what it does.. He was thinking that a simple backup of the computer could be created and the information could be placed on our secondary HDD. So he (I think) turned the second disk into a recovery disk or something.. but we cant access the HDD in the normal way anymore.

So basically there is an Array 0000 and Volume 0000 (RAID 0) now displayed now and we simply want to bring back normal functionality to the harddrive (and if possible, recover any data that was on it.. if not, whatever).

If anyone could help me or needs more information I'd be happy to provide. Thank you in advance.

A:Intel Rapid Storage Technology Problem

Here is the system report:


System Report

System Information
OS name: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium
OS version: 6.1.7600 7600
System name: DARIUS-PC
System manufacturer: Alienware
System model: Aurora-R2
Processor: GenuineIntel Intel64 Family 6 Model 30 Stepping 5 2.801 GHz
BIOS: Default System BIOS, ALWARE - 20100312

Intel? Rapid Storage Technology
User interface version: 9.6.0.1014
Language: English (United States)
Intel RAID controller: Intel(R) ICH8R/ICH9R/ICH10R/DO/5 Series/3400 Series SATA RAID Controller
Number of SATA ports: 6
RAID option ROM version: 8.9.0.1023
Driver version: 9.6.0.1014
ISDI version: 9.6.0.1014

Device Information
Name: Array_0000
Size: 1,907 GB
Available space: 953 GB
Disk data cache: Enabled
Number of volumes: 1
Volume member: Volume_0000
Number of disks: 2
Array disk: 6VP4R3ZD
Array disk: 9WM21NA5

Name: Volume_0000
Status: Normal
Type: RAID 0
Size: 954 GB
Data strip size: 128 KB
Write-back cache: Disabled
System volume: Yes
Initialized: Yes
Verification errors found: 0
Blocks with media errors: 0
Physical sector size: 512 Bytes
Logical sector size: 512 Bytes
Parent array: Array_0000
Number of disks: 2
Array disk: 6VP4R3ZD
Array disk: 9WM21NA5

Disk on port 0
Port location: Internal
Status: Normal
Usage: Array disk
Size: 954 GB
Serial number: 6VP4R3ZD
Model: ST31000528AS
Firmware: CC45
System disk: No
Password protected: No
Di... Read more

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Has anyone had any issues with the Precision 7510 only outputting through one DisplayPort output on the E-Port Plus Advanced Port Replicator?Our organization recently started to introduce Precision 7510 units to our employees, and we're finding that they will only output to one single monitor connected via DisplayPort through the E-Port Plus Advanced Port Replicators - even though there are two monitors connected into the two DisplayPort outputs on the E-Port Plus APR. If the monitors are connected via DVI, the Precision 7510 is able to output to both of them through the E-Port Plus APR. We have tried Precision M4800, Latitude E7450, and Latitude E7470 units in these E-Port Plus APR's with two monitors connected into the two DisplayPort outputs - and they all work correctly.The Precision 7510 units have the NVIDIA Quadro M1000M video cards, and the E-Port Plus APR's are connected to either a pair of P2417 monitors or a pair of U2414 monitors.

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I updated the Rapid Storage Technology (RST) driver ver 9.​6.​0.​1014 driver for the ICH10R chip (controls a Raid 1 array for data) to ver 10.​1.​0.​1008. In the process of updating, I received an error message "An error occurred while registering one or more components. Setup will exit".

I checked device manager and the proper driver version number is installed (i.e., ver 10.1.0.1008). But, when I reboot, Rapid Storage Technology is not launched. It has to be manually launched from the tray. And, the version of the RST console is the old version number, i.e., ver 9.6.0.1014, not the new version.

How to I resolve this? Do I delete the Raid 1 array, uninstall and reinstall RST?

Thanks,
sandoz

BTW, I'm using Windows 7 Ultimate-64 bit

A:Problem Updating Rapid Storage Technology

Hello Sandoz,

You might see if running the 10.​1.​0.​1008 Intel? Rapid Storage Technology installation file again may be able to repair it for you.

Hope this helps,
Shawn

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Good morning everyone, I have the following problem with my laptop, Envy 4-1152.By circumstance beyond my person, the hard drive that brings harm my computer, and buy an SSD, which has improved incredibly my system, but the Intel Rapid Start does not work.Reviewing the options in the BIOS, can not find the options to change the SATA configuration, RAID to ACHI, because this option is not present ?, Why have enabled Intel Rapid Start, the installer tells me that is not the harware required to work?Buy Hard Drive Mechanic again one to try to prove that only work with RAID, and the option is still not present.As I can see all the options of the BIOS of my Ultrabook ?, because they come hidden ?.  




Electronic Design Engineer passionate to both Electronic, Graphic and 3D.

A:Problem with Intel Rapid Start - Sleekbook 1152

Good morning...Proving settings on my computer, I noticed that the error with Intel Rapid Start, is because I also updated the computer's RAM, 8 gigabytes that come from the factory, I put 16 gigabytes, when the 16 gigas are on the computer Intel Rapid Start does not work, because this happens ?, has something to do with the size of the SSD mSATA included? Are there any limits to the maximum amount of RAM ?.I go back and ask, because the BIOS has such limited options, other brands of equipment can easily adjust this, there a way to display all options of the BIOS?




Electronic Design Engineer passionate to both Electronic, Graphic and 3D.

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I currently have the Intel ICH9M E/M Sata AHCI Controller, driver version 8.9.0.1023 dated 4 June 2009. Does anyone know if it's possible to upgrade to Intel Rapid Storage Technology, and if so, what's the latest version I can safely upgrade to, and do I need to make any BIOS changes?
 
As usual any help is really appreciated.

A:Can I upgrade from Intel Matrix Storage to Rapid Storage?

I have an Intel ICH9R controller and am using the same driver version. Was not able to find a newer one. I think the newer drivers aren't compatible anymore.
(Windows 7 has been installed few weeks ago.)

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Quick background-I restored my drive from image and i cannot recall what i did to make it a bit faster. i think it had to do with Chipset or IRST.

I tried to install the latest version 14.8.0.1042 and i get a incorrect platform error and it doesn't install

I'm using version 12.8

My specs are Win 7 pro x64, 7 Series/216 H77 chipset, I5 3rd gen, SSD SanDisk Ultra II 240g, Seagate 2tb HDD
Is this version for a different chipset or version of windows?

A:Intel« Rapid Storage Technology (Intel« RST) proper version question?

Hi Fooey,
follow this link, you need the enu version, 4th block down.
https://downloadcenter.intel.com/Det...?DwnldID=22194

Roy

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I have enabled RAID on my HDD and in the BIOS and finally put in a SSD 120gb that works. Now I don't know how to actually run the Intel Rapid Storage utility that I did do once before.

I downloaded the files from Microsoft but like so many Windows 7 (64-bit) files there's no instruction of where to put them. A self installation would've been handy.

So does anyone know how to set up IRS inside Windows 7? It's something to do with Administrative Tools but there's nothing showing in that menu when I go to Disk Management.

Sounds simple but everyone seems to assume you set this thing up automatically.

This is the setup as it shows from boot up.


I managed to find the setup program on this link https://downloadcenter.intel.com/De...apid+Storage+Technology+(Intel«+RST)&lang=eng

After reboot I now get a separate Intel Rapid Storage Technology item on my menu but I can't see any command to accelerate the main C: drive using the SSD.

Anything I need to do extra?
 

A:Intel Rapid Storage

I now get this screen using the program:



You can see it's BLANK!

What am I doing wrong as there are no commands to accelerate the main HDD?
 

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I have just purchased a Lenovo B50-80 (80LT00H5US)  i3-4005u Notebook (April 2016).I noticed a Application installed called "Intel Rapid Storage Technology". It has a 500GB HDD Hard Drive. Is there a good reason or reasons that I use it? If there is what are the advantages for me, a guy who uses mail and browses and sometime watches a movie on it.

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With the driver revision change of the latest W7 compatible storage management driver has come a name change as well from
Intel Matrix Storage Manager to Intel? Rapid Storage Technology with new driver version v9.5.0.1037.
I've already installed it & it really improved my HD performance with NCQ enabled compared to drivers v8.9.0.1023.
It now is faster in AHIC mode on a single drive compared to IDE mode with this new driver so I'm very pleased with it.

My full system specs are below in my post. (bottom lefthand corner)
Here's a few screenshots of the new interface & HD Tune performance benchmark with AHIC (single drive) & NCQ enabled.

You can check it out here if you like...
Intel? Rapid Storage Technology

And you can download the latest driver here...
Intel? Rapid Storage Technology Driver for Intel Desktop Boards

A:Intel« Rapid Storage Technology

On behalf of those who can utilize this technology I thank you for your post and links. Fabe

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I have tried repeatedly to update the IRS software that came with my Windows 8 system to the Windows 10 version available on my system's drivers and downloads page. It fails every time, even when downloading a fresh copy in a new location. I've extracted the file and attempted to run the setup file, but always get "A reboot is pending" error message, even after rebooting.
How can I get this software updated?

A:Intel Rapid Storage Update

Older and Older systems DO NOT take Newer and Newer versions of INTEL RST.

Windows 7 comes with Matrix storage manager 8.9

The INTEL MSM is not INTEL RST

Windows 7 Requires INTEL RST 9.6 for advanced format drives aka larger than 80 gigs.

Intel RST replaces Intel Matrix Storage Manager.  HOWEVER you cannot update to your hearts content from 7 to 8 to 9 to 10 to 11 to 12 to 13 to 14 etc.  As the drivers and chipsets get newer the older ICH5 6 7 8 9 10 etc are dropped from support.  

downloadcenter.intel.com/.../15251Version 9.6.0.1014  may be the max for your motherboard

PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2682&CC_0104= "Intel(R) ESB2 SATA RAID"PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_27C3&CC_0104= "Intel(R) ICH7R/DH SATA RAID"PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_27C6&CC_0104= "Intel(R) ICH7MDH SATA RAID Controller"PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2822&CC_0104= "Intel(R) ICH8R/ICH9R/ICH10R/DO/5/3400 SATA RAID"PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_282A&CC_0104= "Intel(R) ICH8M-E/ICH9M-E/5 Series SATA RAID"

NEWER Versions (Not necessarily Supported on OLD chipsets)

10.1.0.1008 
10.6.0.1022 
11.0.0.1032 

Microsoft* .NET Framework 3.0 or newer is required to be installed on the system in order for the Intel® Rapid Storage Technology User Interface to install.  Note that  Microsoft* Operating Systems do not have .NET 3.0 or newer installed by default.

 
There may not be an update.  The WIN10 ver... Read more

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My notebook Toshiba U840, which come with 32 GB SSD + 500 HDD. It applies Intel Rapid Storage Technology to speed up the performance, recently, I try to upgrade my HDD by replacing SSD, I use Norton Ghost clone image to SSD, but when I restart window,
it pops up to config Intel Rapid Storage Technology (IRST) and cannot go to BIOS at all. (I get all the back up and keep original 500 HDD untouched. )  I get no idea on how to set IRST, but it offers following options:

Create RAID VolumeDelete RAID VolumeReset Disks to Non-RAIDRecovery Volume OptionsAcceleration OptionsExit
Does anyone have any suggestions?
Thanks in advance for any suggestions

RAID Volumes:
ID Name         Level                  Strip      Size     Status   Bootable
0 SSDSpace  RAID0(Stripe)     128KB   11GB  Normal  Yes
1 cache_vol   RAID0(Cache)     128KB   19GB Disabled No

Physical Devices
ID Device Model Size     Type / Status (Vol ID)
0  New SSD        480GB Non-RAID Disk
1  SanDisk SSD  30GB   Cache Disk(0,1)


Thanks in advance for any suggestions

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I have this installed but i have disabled the service and tray icon from running at boot

I can only find conflicting info about this, it seems to be for RAID setups only but other might suggest those with single drives can benefit from it running with NCQ and AHCI mode ... I have my BIOS and Windows in AHCI mode with my Vertex 2E SSD and Seagate 7200.12 SATA-3 HDD (noticable improvement at boot once enabled)

do I need the IRS service running to get any performance boost? or is just having it installed enough? it seems fast enough without it but thought I would ask - and if I DO have it running I wont need the tray icon to load would i?
thanks
 

A:Intel Rapid Storage Tech. do i need it?

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I have just purchased a Lenovo B50-80 (80LT00H5US)  i3-4005u Notebook (April 2016).
I noticed a Application installed called "Intel Rapid Storage Technology". It has a 500GB HDD Hard Drive.
 
Is there a good reason or reasons that I use it? If there is what are the advantages for me, a guy who uses mail and browses and sometime watches a movie on it.
 
Mod's Edit: System model added to front of Subject line to improve visibility / clarity.
 

A:B50-80 - Intel Rapid Storage Technology APP?

Welcome to the Lenovo Community !
 
The main reason for using it is performance of the hard drive.  The Intel Rapid Storage Technology application not only aids in better hard drive transfer speeds, but will also keep power consumption to a minimum.  Whether you are just browsing the web or watching a movie you will find the Intel Rapid Storage Technology of benefit to you.  For more information on Intel Rapid Storage Technology please visit the link I have below.....
 
http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/architecture-and-technology/rapid-storage-technology.html
 

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Hi,
I can't find my ssd in intel rapid storage technology , ahci and raid
Because I want to use it for caching

It's detected in the bios and windows explorer
My ssd is corsair sata3 60gb running the latest firmware 1.3.3

A:Need help please, ssd and intel rapid storage tech

You can find the IRST drivers at Intel. I'm using them and am not aware of any problems. I don't use raid but use IaStor for my AHCI driver.

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I have two Dell XPS 8700 desktops. They are both about a year old. A few days ago, I installed the Windows 10 Anniversary Update on both of them. That seemed to go OK. I used both pcs for a little while after the update finished. When I shut the first machine down, there was already an update. I chose Update and shut down. The next day I was on the other pc and after I used it for a few hours, suddenly a program wouldn't open. I finally restarted and as I might have expected, there was an update being installed. (I've had that same senario happen other times so I wan't surprised, ie, things quite working normally and then you find Microsoft has pushed out an update that requires a reboot but doesn't tell you.) But then the trouble began. The update took awhile and then the login screen came up, but every time I tried to enter my password, the screen would freeze and it would restart. After about 5 repeats of this, I got a black screen that said Starting Automatic Recovery and then it went to a pale blue screen that said that WRkrn.sys was corrupt or missing and I needed a disk or a system administrator. I couldn't remember if I had created a recovery disk or where I had put it. I ran to the other computer to create one, but when I started it up, the exact same thing happened. I called Microsoft and they wanted me to start them up in Safe mode, but I couldn't. So then they had me create an ISO image. I am sure it was of the latest build. I tried to repa... Read more

A:Intel Rapid Storage driver

Been a number of probs with the recent MS updates causing problems like yours.... 
You can always go to the Intel download site and grab their driver update scanner. It will examine your hardware and recommend updated drivers.

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Hi,

I've finished installing drivers for my laptop and I really have no idea about Intel Rapid Storage Technology. Do I need it? Help!

A:What is Intel Rapid Storage Technology? Do I need it?

Hi

This is mainly used for RAID setup and management but you can use it to manage your SATA HDD's.

Regards
UKMedia

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A suite of drivers was provided with my Asus motherboard. I could see a good reason for installing most of them but not the Rapid Storage set as I never intend to have a raid setup. After reading several posts on this forum, I am wondering whether there may be other reasons for installing these drivers. I would be pleased if someone could enlighten me.
Thanks
Keith

A:Intel Rapid Storage Drivers

Hello Keith,

The Intel RST drivers also include AHCI for your SATA devices. It is recommended to be installed.

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I have tried repeatedly to update the IRS software that came with my Windows 8 system to the Windows 10 version available on my system's drivers and downloads page. It fails every time, even when downloading a fresh copy in a new location. I've extracted the file and attempted to run the setup file, but always get "A reboot is pending" error message, even after rebooting.
How can I get this software updated?

A:Intel Rapid Storage Update

Older and Older systems DO NOT take Newer and Newer versions of INTEL RST.

Windows 7 comes with Matrix storage manager 8.9

The INTEL MSM is not INTEL RST

Windows 7 Requires INTEL RST 9.6 for advanced format drives aka larger than 80 gigs.

Intel RST replaces Intel Matrix Storage Manager.  HOWEVER you cannot update to your hearts content from 7 to 8 to 9 to 10 to 11 to 12 to 13 to 14 etc.  As the drivers and chipsets get newer the older ICH5 6 7 8 9 10 etc are dropped from support.  

downloadcenter.intel.com/.../15251Version 9.6.0.1014  may be the max for your motherboard

PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2682&CC_0104= "Intel(R) ESB2 SATA RAID"PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_27C3&CC_0104= "Intel(R) ICH7R/DH SATA RAID"PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_27C6&CC_0104= "Intel(R) ICH7MDH SATA RAID Controller"PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2822&CC_0104= "Intel(R) ICH8R/ICH9R/ICH10R/DO/5/3400 SATA RAID"PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_282A&CC_0104= "Intel(R) ICH8M-E/ICH9M-E/5 Series SATA RAID"

NEWER Versions (Not necessarily Supported on OLD chipsets)

10.1.0.1008 
10.6.0.1022 
11.0.0.1032 

Microsoft* .NET Framework 3.0 or newer is required to be installed on the system in order for the Intel® Rapid Storage Technology User Interface to install.  Note that  Microsoft* Operating Systems do not have .NET 3.0 or newer installed by default.

 
There may not be an update.  The WIN10 ver... Read more

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How can I install Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology on my Laptop?

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my intel rapid storage technolgy icon shows not running.on opening the application some thing like detecting problem occurs and it closes automatically.plz suugest me a solution.i'm confused..

A:intel rapid storage technology

  
Quote: Originally Posted by cool91abhi


my intel rapid storage technolgy icon shows not running.on opening the application some thing like detecting problem occurs and it closes automatically.plz suugest me a solution.i'm confused..


Welcome to the Sevenforums!

You might want to uninstall the application from Control panel => "programs and features", then reinstall the Intel Rapid storage Technology. See if it's works.

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is the intel rapid storage technology is for SSD OR HD? or should i download it???

A:intel rapid storage technology

It`s actually for a raid setup, but I always install it on my ssd.

Install it.

https://downloadcenter.intel.com/sea...l%C2%AE+RST%29

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I built a new system for a relative using the H87-G43 MSI board. I have set up a SSD 64 GB to be used as a Caching disk using Intel's Rapid Storage Technology.

I followed the set up procedure which required a BIOS change to RAID Mode before the OS was installed. So I have one 500 GB drive that is accelerated and the 64 GB SSD that is being used as the caching drive.

No errors or BSOD's when booting, I had to enable the drive in the Intel console for this(it sees the drive just fine) to work. The Intel Rapid Storage Technology(Intel SRT) really improves boot times over just using the mechanical drive. It is not a performance issue I am having just a reporting issue I think.

The question I have is about how Windows is reporting the drives in Device manager and computer management.

Windows 7 shows the information below in bold.

In device manager only the 500 GB drive is shown and it is shown as a SCSI device.
In computer management only the 500 GB drive is shown.
Both drives are shown in the Intel management console for this technology.

The computer is running fine and zippy, I am just a bit concerned about the 500GB drive (SATA) being reported as SCSI. Funny I downloaded SPECCY and it shows it as a SCSI drive as well using a 40 pin cable.

Any help, thoughts, ideas, or experience with this technology that could enlighten me would be very helpful.

Thanks

A:Intel Rapid Storage Technology MSI H87-G43

Found out this is normal behavior, no issue.

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I have a Studio XPS 9100 running Windows 7, that I purchased 5 years ago (Apr 2011).  I have painstakingly gone through to make sure everything is working perfectly (at this snapshot in time) and corrected the few problems I had.  I think I will upgrade to W10 in June. 
There is an app that was preinstalled by Dell, entitled "Intel Rapid Storage Technology".  Does anyone know if this will continue to function with W10?  If not, does that speed things up significantly, or is it not worth worrying about?

A:Will Intel Rapid Storage Technology work with W10

Clean install out of the box No nor will it work upgrade.
The reason is that the RST application requires DOTNET.
This has to be ADDED BACK to windows 7 8 10 via control panel, add features to windows, must be ONLINE as these "features" are downloaded from windows update.
Advanced format drives Require INTEL RST 9.6 or higher.
Larger than 2TB Drives requires a host bus adapter and or INTEL RST 10.1 or higher.
The problem is that newer and newer versions of RST DO NOT SUPPORT OLDER AND OLDER versions of INTEL ICH aka ICH 4 5 6 7 8 9 10.  The higher you go the lower versions drop support.
Version 9.6 may be max for your motherboard.
I am sure that by the time you get to INTEL RST version 11.7 that your ICH aka Sata controller is NOT supported.
Trying to install when the system is in ATA mode instead of AHCI OR if the version of ICH is not supported will error with not supported hardware.
The INTEL RST 9.6  F6 Drivers can be put on a USB Flash drive and when AHCI is enabled for Sata operation it will load the drivers and see the disk.  If you do not load RST 9.6 or higher it will not "see the drive" and will not install.  Advanced format 4k drives started arriving in 2011.  At this point ALL NEW Drives are advanced format.  If you have an ancient 120 gig , 80 gig drive it won't need the drivers.   Most 160 Gig, 320 gig , 500 gig etc are 4k Advanced format Drives.
https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/15251
 

De... Read more

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Hello,My configuration runs 2 SATA 3G Hds, a SSD 6G SATA and these are visible in the Intel Rapid Storage windowBUT there are also 2 SATA 6G HDs (the "i" and "K" drives) and these are not "visible" in the IRS window.Why?And How to add these?Thanks in advance.

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Hi Support,
Please help I can't install Intel Rapid Storage Technology See attached screenshot

Logs.zip

A:Can't Install Intel Rapid Storage Technology

We cannot help without knowing your system and configuration:
What model?
Does it have two hard drives (one SSD, one physical hard drive)?
What OS?
What OS version?

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So, I built my system using this SSD caching. It works really well. My hard drive is 1 terrabyte and my Cache drive is a 60 gig ssd. Lately, while playing Star Wars the Old repubic, I have been 'freezing' in game. This freezing completely locks the computer. I run Teamspeak and I can still push to talk and my friends can still talk and I can talk to them via this during the 'freeze'. What is odd is Cnt/alt/delete, will not bring up the control panel to allow me to kill the game. I am just stuck.

Normally I would say this is a Video driver issue. I did cleanly reinstall the latest Nvidia driver and this will still occur sometimes.

Now, when I disable RST, I never get the problem. I can play and play and play. When I reactivate RST to 'maximized', I can still play but its like a timer. After about 2 or 3 days the Freeze will happen.

So my RST question is, {has the driver been updated since 2012} (when I built my computer) and is it possible to update this driver now without having to re-install Windows and all my programs?

If I am left with having to re-install I am likely to just fork over the money and just buy a 300 gig SSD and keep Windows and 1 or 2 of my favorite games on it and use the Terrabyte drive for Music/videos and storage.
 

A:Intel Rapid Storage Technology a question..

Yep, there's 2013 versions for Win7.

https://downloadcenter.intel.com/Se...=Intel«+Rapid+Storage+Technology+(Intel«+RST)
 

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When my Windows load, the IRST icon at the bottom right would say that IRST is not running. I had to double click on the icon for it to load. Is this normal? I just installed a SSD last night and did a fresh install with IRST. I am using the latest official IRST drivers.

A:intel rapid storage technology not running

Its a delayed start.

It starts on its own after 3 minutes of uptime if I remember correctly.

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Hi there, after finaly having done the Raid installation and acceleration in the Intel Rapid Storage Manager with MBR partitioning , I noticed, logical, im not able to boot in UEFI anymore. Before that I tried every possible solution to get Rapid Storage with UEFI and GPT partitioning working but failed. Is it even possible to get Rapid Storage on GPT partitions working? The "accelerationbutton" never showed up. -Clean Install with driver implementation while Win10 Setup-Waiting for all drivers beeing installed-Chipset Update  I also noticed that Rapid STORAGE needs 14,6 GB of my 22GB SSD-Cache. Rapid START Technology needs 8,1GB (8GB RAM)  for the hybernation partition. Is there a work around, since 8,1GB+14,6GB exceed the space of the 22GBs of my SSD? For example using less than 8,1GB for the hybernation Partition? Because with MBR and no Rapid Start installed boot time is still very long. Does my  Caching-System (Intel Rapid STORAGE) needs time to establish a fast boot, or is it only accelerating read and write speed while using the OS? Is Windows Fast Boot working without UEFI? So finaly: Do I have to stay with MBR if I want to use Rapid STORAGE Technology?

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Hello all,

My configuration:

Notebook - Asus
1TB HDD + 24 GB SSD (sandisk)

I've reinstalled WIN but now I can't use "Intel Rapid Storage Technology " -> Intel Smart Response Technology.

Now I'm lost because I don't know how to configure this SSD as SRT (Smart response technology). I configure "SSD" drive inside "disk management" as "stand-alone" partition, which is not proper as far I discovered.

I've installed all drivers (Intel Rapid Storage Technology driver for my notebook) and also application"Intel rapid storage technology". Because SSD is not configured as it should be there is no option/tab "accelerate":
Can anyone help me, I really don't want to reinstall everything...

Thank you

A:Intel Rapid Storage Technology SSD how to configure

The following is for Lenovo products, but the steps in diskpart should be the same. Just remember to install the proper driver or software for your laptop:

Considerations to deploy Intel Rapid Start Technology - Lenovo Support (US)

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I upgraded my desktop PC from Windows 8.1 to Windows 10 last week. I have an Intel SSD system disk, a 2T hard drive for user files, an old 500Mb hard drive for miscellaneous backups and an external 2T USB hard drive for backups.

I had Intel Rapid Storage Technology (IRST) application v 12.9.0.1001 under Windows 8.1 and this remains operational after the upgrade. My Gigabyte GA-Z77X-UD5H motherboard has an Intel 7 Series SATA AHCI Controller.

Do I really need the IRST application or should I uninstall it? I've seen in other posts on the forum that the IRST software may be the cause of occasional slow logins I experience on my desktop PC and laptop (both have IRST software).

A:Intel Rapid Storage Technology Application - Do I Need It?

I would recommend you try using it, then compare performance when it's not installed. It is explained somewhat in this old thread

What is Intel Rapid Storage Technology? Do I need it? Solved - Windows 7 Help Forums

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I'm a first time poster and I hope that this thread is the proper place to post my problem.

I set up a RAID 0 array with the Intel RST of 2 750-gb hard drives. One of the drives has my Windows 7 installation on it and I am using that one to migrate into the RAID array. In the Storage System View screen the two drives of 750-gb each appear but the RAID 0 "Volume_0000" only shows a size of 750-gb.

Can anyone clue me in as to where the problem is?

thanks,

Ifrevets

A:Migrating Using Intel Rapid Storage Technology

It's all academic now. This was the third time I got the same result so I just gave up trying.

I just reinstalled thre o.s. again and I'll have to put all my stuff back on again.

Ifrevets

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I have an Aspire S5, with a 128GB SSD. The SSD is seen in the laptop as two 64GB drives, and is configured in RAID0 as default. At one point the RAID failed, and I tried to factory reset but the laptop wouldn't get into the recovery-mode (pressing ALT+F10 and all variations of ALT/CTRL/F-buttons) so I reinstalled manually with a USB. In BIOS, both drives are seen as 64GB, but in Windows only the one drive I installed on is seen as 64GB, the other one is still seen as the RAID-drive (128GB). It's not usable since I have to format it first but I don't dare to do that. I can see that the recoverypartition is still on this, but since RAID0 being RAID0, I'm assuming that all data on this ghost-partition is not usable in any way. When starting the laptop I get the Intel Rapid Storage Technology prompt (press CTRL+I), and it's saying that the RAID has failed, listing both drives (partitions), one of them as a member and the other one (the one I reinstalled Windows on) not as a member. So I deleted that configuration and thought I'd recreate it and reinstall Windows again. But when I deleted the configuration I can no longer access Intel Rapid Storage Technology at all, the prompt never comes up! It just boots straight into Windows. Pressing CTRL+I at startup gives nothing, probably because IRST isn't loading at all... I'll assume that the recoverypartition is gone forever since I already reinstalled on one of the partitions, but I'd like to at least get RAID work... Read more

A:Intel Rapid Storage Technology gone from BIOS

if you are not using windows 7, i strongly suggest you to re-install under UEFI. i suggest you to update BIOS if any update for your S5 is available, maybe this can fix your IRST issue:http://www.acer.com/ac/en/US/content/support if you still had issue with CTRL-I have a look here:http://community.acer.com/t5/S-and-R-Series-Laptops/R13-R7-371T-Raid-0/td-p/366145/page/2and check KEHinWA post

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Hi,

Intel Rapid Sorage don't work.
I can enable in the bios (4.00).
Did somebody has the same problem (I tryed evrything : standby, hibernation, toshiba high speed start ...)
I think i would not have flashed the bios to 4.00

Where can I find the oldest version of bios ?

Thanks

My computer : Portege Z30-A (PT241E)

A:Portege Z30-A - Intel Rapid Storage don't work

Where can I find the oldest version of bios ?



Maybe this thread could be helpful:
https://forum.toshiba.eu/showthread.php?83449






I can enable in the bios (4.00)



.
Sorry but what do you mean exactly? Is this option grayed out or not available or what?

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I have a EX58-UD3R motherboard and I decided to install the latest drivers instead of the installation CD, but when I get to Intel Rapid Storage Technology I get "This computer does not meet the minimum requirements to install this software" which is a very vague message. I tried to look into the installation CD for something similar but found nothing, so Im not sure what's causing this..

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Hi,

Have a new Dell XPS8700, 4th gen i7. The motherboard is Intel 8 Series C220 - Z87

I have one 1TB Seagate drive which has Windows 8 on it, and two WD 2TB internal hard drives. I formatted both WDs, and selected RAID in BIOS. I selected the WD HDs to create a RAID 1 array with CTRL+I. Windows 8 didn't recognize them, so I went to disk management and created a simple volume. The volume was formatted (not quick format) and now it shows as Healthy Partition. I guess it is ready to use, because now Windows Explorer shows it as one HD, 2TB in size.

My question is, Intel Rapid Storage keeps popping up the 'you may have an issue with your hardware' I go take a look at it, and the only drives that are shown are the original 1TB system drive and the DVD drive. No sign of the RAID 1 volume I hit refresh, but it does not show up. I go to System Report and all HDs show up. What do you think is happening? How can I have Rapid Storage show the RAID volume? I already updated Rapid Storage to the latest version. Thank you in advance.

Below is what the System Report shows:

System Report

System Information
OS name: Microsoft Windows 8.1
OS version: 6.3.9600 9200
System name: WINDOWS-U72I33N
System manufacturer: Dell Inc.
System model: XPS 8700
Processor: GenuineIntel Intel64 Family 6 Model 60 Stepping 3 3.401 GHz
BIOS: Dell Inc., A03

Intel® Rapid Storage Technology enterprise Information
Kit installed: 12.6.0.1033
User interface version: 12.6.0.1033
Language: Engli... Read more

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Hi,
I'm having a problem with Sony Vaio Ultrabook model with Intel Rapid Storage. Sometimes a have to format these ultrabooks, for example, when they fail to boot Windows 7 and I can't recover it. The problem is that I can't find a way to disable it without Windows. Unlike Dell or others vendors, there isn't a BIOS option or hotkey to disable it before system boot.
I use norton ghost to restore images, so what I'm doing:
1. Use windows 7 install disk with F6 key to add Intel Rapid drivers;
2. Format it;
3. Install intel rapid software and disable acceleration;
4. Restore image with norton ghost.
Googled the net for a solution but I can't find similar problem. Could you help me?
Thanks in advance.

A:Disable Intel Rapid Storage without Windows 7

Hi
 
Are you talking about the "Intel Smart Response technology" ?. It requires a SSD and HDD configured in RAID mode. The SSD is used as a cache memory between HDD and RAM.  Is it the situation you are facing ?

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After Windows 10 refresh application is missing and I can't see where to download from

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Hi all, I've had an issue for some time with my Intel 8 Series/C220 Chipset Family SATA AHCI Controller. I'm running Win10 Pro 64 and updated earlier this year from Win7 Pro 64. I use Driver Genius to scan my drivers for updates and I got a message back in May to update to Ver. 14.8.9.1053 dated 4/21/16, but it failed to load quoting error code 1603. I currently have Ver. 14.8.7.1051 from 03/0//2016.

From time to time I've retried with no success and going to the Intel site is no help as it lists a Ver. 8.5 (driver ver. 14.5.0.1081 from 6/03/15) which sounds like it hasn't been updated for a while.

Anyone else run into this or can suggest a solution? Thanks.

A:Intel Rapid Storage driver issue

Originally Posted by thekelt


Hi all, I've had an issue for some time with my Intel 8 Series/C220 Chipset Family SATA AHCI Controller. I'm running Win10 Pro 64 and updated earlier this year from Win7 Pro 64. I use Driver Genius to scan my drivers for updates and I got a message back in May to update to Ver. 14.8.9.1053 dated 4/21/16, but it failed to load quoting error code 1603. I currently have Ver. 14.8.7.1051 from 03/0//2016.

From time to time I've retried with no success and going to the Intel site is no help as it lists a Ver. 8.5 (driver ver. 14.5.0.1081 from 6/03/15) which sounds like it hasn't been updated for a while.

Anyone else run into this or can suggest a solution? Thanks.



I removed mine months ago, and have seen no problems since. But I do run SSD's on my rig.

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The PC in question is Sandy Bridge based system with one SSD and an HDD. Is it necessary to install the Intel Rapid Storage Technology that installs a service with the same name?

I am trying to get rid of the following error message, event ID 9, in the system log:






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The device, \Device\Ide\iaStor0, did not respond within the timeout period.


I've searched for this error and this link has a pretty good explanation; quote:






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If your hard drive doesn't support LPM (Link Power Management) then, by default, Intel's controller still attempts to send LPM commands to the drive which causes the computer to freeze for 10 - 30 seconds and it creates two events in the event logs.


That's pretty much the exact description of symptoms my system experienced.

While the link references ICH7R and ICH8R controller hub drivers, the suggested registry fix seemingly fixed event 9 errors for the ICH10R as well.

Removing Intel Rapid Storage Technology probably will not do anything in relation to this error, I don't really see much use of it.

The other question relates to the ICH10R controller driver; is this driver, that freezes my system, necessary at all? The reason for asking is that I have another system based on the Asus P7P55 motherboard that does not have Intel controller driver installed and it works just fine.
Thanks in advance...

A:Intel Rapid Storage Technology question...

Perhaps reading this might help - http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Deta...?DwnldID=18859

BTW I use it and have no issues. However I don't don't have a RAID setup but I do use AHCI.






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It also provides AHCI support on select Intel? 5 Series, 4 Series, 3 Series, 965, 975X, 955X, 945, 925 and 915 chipset-based platforms, as well as on Mobile Intel? 915/910 chipset-based platforms.


If you're not using RAID or AHCI I'd imagine you don't need it.

That's the way I understand it.

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Just released in the wild, driver dated 4/27/2010.
I just found it for my Asus board, but will work with any compatible boards.
Site is french and is listed under drivers.
ASUS P7P55D-E Pro bios & drivers

A:Intel Rapid Storage Technology 9.6.3.1001

I finally install the last v9.6.3.1001 Whql one from stationdriver.com, against Intel Site v9.6.0.1014...

Works pretty fine!

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Hi guys, you guys saved me once before (thanks to Paul!) maby you will be able to help me out again. I have installed Windows 7 on my laptop with a hybrid drive - followed the tutorial on http://forum.notebookreview.com/hp-pavilion-notebooks/676213-definitive-guide-clean-install-os-mssd-... (skipped step 5 which is optional anyway). Here is my disk setup. As you can see it has several partitions, the selected one is the SSD disc (disk 1).    In Intel Rapid Storage there is no Accelerate button as you can see in the following picture.  So far I have tried the following: - Shrinking disk for 100MB- Removing unused partitions (read somewhere that 4 partitons is max)- Formatted SSD drive in all ways possible- Initialized SSD drive as MBR Now I have no idea what to do next, please someone give me an idea what to do. After reinstalling windows I did not touch any setting in BIOS. I only disabled acceleration in IRS and made the disk available. Then reinstalled Windows (all drivers are present, no exclamation marks in device management) and that's all. No Accelerate button..

A:Intel Rapid storage Accelerate missing

Hi legion85, Thank you for your inquiry, I will try my best to help! I understand that after installing a SSD into your system, you do not have a Intel Acceleration button any more.Here is a link to a Google search I did that may help you.  Answer from superuser No Accelerate button/tab on Intel Rapid Storage window. Please let me know the results.

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I had it installed previously on my computer, but it was in Program Files x86, so I uninstalled it and tried to reinstall, but am greeted by a blank install box that I cannot read. The only visible option is the OK button which cancels the install.

This is what I am downloading.

File name:
iata_enu_10.8.0.1003.exe
Version:10.8.0.1003
Download
Date:11/11/2011 Status:Latest
Size:6.89 MB Language:English
Operating Systems:Windows Server 2003 *, Windows Server 2008 *, Windows 7 (32-bit)*, Windows 7 (64-bit)*, Windows Vista 32*, Windows Vista 64*, Windows XP Home Edition*, Windows XP Media Center Edition*, Windows XP Professional x64 Edition*, Windows XP Professional*

I am running Win 7 64 bit on a P6TD Deluxe board with my main drive a CORSAIR CMFSSD-128GBG2D

Am I downloading the wrong installer? Where have I gone wrong.....

Please advise.

Thanks
Sam

A:need Intel« Rapid Storage Technology setup for 64 bit

You downloaded the correct Intel software, iata_enu_10.8.0.1003.exe
Intel? Rapid Storage Technology installs in Program Files (x86) for are 64 but system because the GUI (control panel software) is 32 bit.
The drivers, however are 64 bit.

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When I boot, the RST is supposed to start. It doesn't. I checked the msconfig/startup and it is set to start at boot. I have to double click it in my taskbar to get it running on every boot. This is a new error. I am running XPpro SP3, running 4 gigs RAM on a Dell E520. Any ideas?

A:Intel Rapid Storage Technology Not Running

See http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_vista-system/intel-rapid-storage-technology-service-is-not/7a269721-f4af-40de-b4d4-e72c5db9e988 .

louis

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I was having a problem yesterday... my PC keep shutting down. Finally I got it running and received an error message that my system was recovering from a serious problem caused by an interaction between Windows and Intel Storage Driver. I have P4 processor- 845G Chipset Memory 82845G/GE/GL/GV, I/O Controller 82801DB(1CH4), Windows Home SP2. After several reboots, the system seems stable - but I'm sure that must be a temporary situation. What should I do to repair this problem?
 

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I am hoping someone has solved this themselves, or knows how to research the problem further than I. My next recourse is to re-install the system without IRST.

The system works well, in general, but every once in a while, the RAID driver from IRST (IaStor.sys) becomes very resource hungry, taking at a minimum 25% of the CPU with peaks that go much higher. While this load would normally be tolerable, if it happens during streaming a video, or playing a game, it causes momentary freeze-ups where the mouse and keyboard are unresponsive, and video drops several seconds worth of frames.

IaStor runs normally in the background with fractional CPU load, so I am thinking the overload comes during some error checking. I have checked the process through Process Explorer, and there are level 0 and level 1 priority threads occurring.

I should also note that this problem has become worse with time.

Any suggestions for a next move that do not require a re-install?

A:Intel Rapid Storage Technology: overtaxes system

Intel management software is best left uninstalled.

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I received this message today on my screen. I went to Intel but could not understand what they were telling me to do something about BIOS nnd Sata and now I'm lost.
My computer has just slowed down to a crawl these last 4 or 5 days, could this be the problem. I'm a novice and quite lost. My browsers and mail programs are working at a crawl.

A:Intel Rapid Storage Technology has stopped working

Help! I've had this posted for awhile, no answers. I would like to know if I've got a big problem or I should ignore it.

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There are two releases of the same driver version (15.0.2.1044) available: https://download.lenovo.com/pccbbs/mobiles/n1ei113w.txt (2016/09/13)https://download.lenovo.com/pccbbs/mobiles/nz1it01w.txt (2016/09/23)The former I have installed. The latter carries a warning:Caution: This package should not be installed if your system has PCIe SSD.
Please use MS inbox driver instead.I have a PCIe NVME SSD as the boot drive installed, along with a standard HD in the other bay. My concern is that I running the same 15.0.2.1044, but lenovo decided to place the warning in the readme only when it re-issued the driver.Should I overwrite this driver with the MS inbox driver? Or should I continue to use it? SSD performance isn't the greatest when I compare my ATTO, AS SSD and Crystalmark results to the benchmarks for the SM951 256GB.

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Hi there,
I have windows 8 Enterprise x64 RTM, an asus sabertooth z77 mobo.

I have installed windows 8 in AHCI sata mode and it works flawlessly but I have a solid state drive for caching.

So I backed up my data, changed to RAID mode in BIOS and proceeded to reinstall. Windows 8 installer sees my harddrives in raid mode and continues to install fine. And that's where fine ends.
I get blue screens before the personalization screens start "winload.exe is missing or corrupt". Randomly this morning it just worked, I got to my desktop and started installing drivers - worked fine. Installed RST 11.5.0.1184 (beta) - rebooted and bluescreened "a required device is missing or failed".

Now this is where things are unexplainable for me. If I boot to my installation media and quit it at the first chance, the system reboots and boots into windows 8 flawlessly. When I shutdown or restart windows - at the next boot it bluescreens but if I boot from my installation media and quit, then it restarts and boots fine.

A:Intel Rapid Storage Technology boot issue

Hello Jim, and welcome to Eight Forums.

The intel Raid-Sata-Ata-Ahci RST 11.5.2.1001 WHQL version worked best for me. You might give them a try as well to see how they do for you at the Station Driver link below.

intel drivers pour Raid/Sata/Ata/Ahci

Hope this helps,
Shawn

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Sigh.. so I'm still working on my neighbor's Samsung Laptop. I refreshed it the other day for sluggishness which ended-up wiping lots of software and drivers off that M$ didn't create (really Microsoft -even drivers that keep the system stable??)
Anyway, got just about everything put back on this machine. There's just one thing that's bothering me. The Intel Rapid Storage Technology driver. On my desktop computer where the driver works properly the driver has it's own icon in Control Panel much like the Java Driver has there. The more popular location however is the taskbar, this icon sometimes confuses me as it at-a-glance resembles the "safely remove USB" icon. It's just a gray rectangle with a green check on it (when it's working properly).

On my neighbor's Samsung laptop it is downloadable through the "SW update" application. Version 12.8.0.1016 goes right in no problem, asks you to restart and then it even reflects the installation in the SW update application after restart. EXCEPT there is no sign of it anywhere on the computer besides Performance and Features as an option to remove. It has no taskbar icon, it has no presence in control panel and there is no locatable service running for it. I have confirmed that the Chipset indicates AHCI (7 series). It's also a driver straight from Samsung. I did remove this driver and restart and tried going directly to Intel and downloading the same driver and updating it via the "Update driver" opti... Read more

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Dear,

We have purchased a lot of Toshiba Tecra Z50-A laptops with a Hybrid HDD (with SSD cache).

The exact model:
TECRA Z50-A
PT544E-00D01TBT

We stage and re-partition the laptops via SCCM.
However, when installing all drivers and the Intel Rapid Storage Technology software, I see that only rge HDD is used and no SSD partition with Intel RST.

How can we enable this?
The problem is that the performance is incredibly bad.
The laptops are very slow even though the specs are good:
i5-4200U CPU
8GB RAM
Windows 7 x64

Any idea how to enable this Intel RST?
In the BIOS I can't find any options for RAID as this needs to be enabled for RST to work.

Thank you

A:Tecra Z50-A - Intel Rapid Storage Technology not working

So nobody has any idea?

Also no idea how I can enable RAID in BIOS?
I cannot find that option anywhere.

This is getting very annoying.
We have purchased 100+ laptops and they are very, very slow.

I guess we'll switch back because those work flawlessly.

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-Windows 8.1 Professional x64
-I have (2) HDD's under RAID 1 {mirrored}
After fresh install I now have the (2) HDD's shown and was was notified to install chipset driver, so I did and ended up installing the Intel Rapid Storage Technology.

Now my (2) HDD's are mirrored {combined to one drive} but the problem is I get an error about recycle bin being corrupt, delete- yes or no?.... and nothing works trying both options and the message keeps coming up.

A:Installed Intel Rapid Storage now Recycle Bin error

** problem was a corruption with my RAID 1 config between two of my drives for windows to see it as (1) drive.
it happened when I changed my drive type in BIOS from RAID to AHCI. You shouldn't do this as it will leave you with a corrupted windows install as it doesn't know how your drives are configured.
PREVENTION: don't change drive type in BIOS when you still have an operating OS installed.

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How do I actually update the driver for this? I have win 8.1 and task manager says IAStorSataSvc (32 bit) (intel rapid storage technology) is using 277.8 MB of memory (it was over 1,000 last night) and .4% of the CPU.  My version is 11.50.1207 and forums indicate this version eats a lot of memory and the driver should be updated.  How do I do that?  There are two versions that can be downloaded,  f6flpy-x86.zip - for 32-bit versions of the operating system and f6flpy-x64.zip - for 64-bit versions of the operating system.  Win 8.1 is 64 bit and the IRST says it is 32 bit, so which one do I use?  Once I have the right one dowloaded, it is a zip folder with 6 files.  How do i update the driver, double click on one of the .sys files, the largest one (there are two, one smaller than the other)?

A:How to update intel rapid storage technology driver

The floppy version is used during a new install of Windows. Do you have a SSD and a regular HDD? You can download the full Install here.
 
SetupRST.exe 13.2.4.1000 (Latest) 
Date: 08/01/2014
Size: 11.13 MB

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I don't know if this is a general thing, or some specific thing that should be elsewhere, so...

Asus X99 Deluxe, 5820k, 1TB SSD, 3TB data HDD, 2TB backup HDD

The system I just put together does NOT have any RAID disks. I've had RAID setups in the past and found that the frequency of disk failure was DRASTICALLY lower than the frequency of stupid human tricks (my failure). So, I have internal and external backups that run regularly.

I looked at the information at Intel on the Rapid Storage Technology. It CLAIMS a variety of performance and reliability gains even WITHOUT RAID. So, I turned it on.

I ignored the Ctrl/I invite to create RAID volumes and let the 8.1 system boot normally. Won't boot. After a LONG time sitting and spinning, a VERY quick screen flashes that it encountered errors and throws me back to the BIOS.

If I turn RST back off, boots normally...

Two questions: IS there, in fact, any advantage to what RST provides for non-RAID systems? Intel claims improvements for both HDD and SDD drives. I've seen topics that claimed performance improvements because the drivers are better than the default ones. I've seen entries that claimed absolutely NO improvement...

If there IS an advantage, can someone tell me how to get RST to work properly in a non-RAID system?

A:Intel Rapid Storage Technology in NON-RAID system

Don't use it myself. Had it installed for awhile and seemed to cause problems. Uninstalled and don't notice any performance hit.

Personally believe the fewer of these add-ons you can run with the better.

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I have samsung NP300E5X-S03IN laptop. It cam with MS-DOS, but had one Driver CD for Windows 7.It had Intel Rapid Storage drivers and I installed all drivers on my windows 7, and was working fine. Now I have clean installed windows 10 on my laptop. It doesn't have that rapid storage software. I downloaded it from intel website but during installation it shows error, 'Platform not supported.' How can I install this driver in my laptop. Chipset in this laptop is intel HM75.Thanx in advance !

A:How to install intel rapid storage driver on windows 10?

Delete it from your hard deive. It is a hold over from Windoes 2000/XP days, which Windows did not install Software RAID drivers.

No need for that piece of software, since XP SP3 onwards has had the RAID software built into the OS.

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I generally avoid HD bloatware during reinstalls or while cleaning up bloatware unless they have a specific function (SMART monitoring) that the user wants running.

However it's recently been brought up that Intel Rapid Storage Technology software should be running when it's controller is selected.

I'm asking opinions if there are specfic reasons this software needs to be installed and running in addition to the iastor.sys driver.

Thanks for your input.

A:Is Intel Rapid Storage Technology Software needed?

Good question, Greg.

What is Intel Rapid Storage Technology? Do I need it?

From Intel:






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Whether using one or multiple hard drives, users can take advantage of enhanced performance and lower power consumption. When using more than one drive, the user can have added protection against data loss in the event of a hard drive failure.


Source

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Hey guys! I am new in this forum so I hope I am in a right section to ask this question, if no pleas redirect me
So I have Intel Rapid Storage Technology installed on my Sony VAIO, as I understand it's keeping eye on my heard drive and kind of preventing from damages, (this is what I suppose). Some time ago I installed newer version of Intel Rapid Storage Technology and as always it's booting with the rest of the programs I want them to be booted, but this new version is really slowing down the boot, so I am thinking to remove it from start-up and my question is: is this program really doing what I think it's doing and also, will it be safe to remove it from start-up???
Thank you very much

A:Intel Rapid Storage Technology boot slowing

The drivers are essential for your disk to function. However, you are probably not talking about the drivers but about the additional software with a graphical user interface that is used to set up RAID Settings etc. That you do not need to run all the time. If I'm not mistaken, once your HDD works well, you do not have to have the gui in your startup programs. You should even be able to deinstall the gui if you want.

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How to restart:  "Intel Rapid Storage Technology is NOT running"  It stopped running all of a sudden.  Suggestions and/or solutions would be greatly appreciated.  Thank You.....

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I just got a GB Z68X-UD7-B3 mobo, and also a OCZ Agility 3 60GB SSD to go with it knowing about intel rapid storage technology (Smart Response Technology)
I basically followed the instructions for installation for installing windows for use with IRRT in the GB video on it, changing the "PCH SATA controller mode" to RAID(XHD) before installing windows...
did all that, got windows up and going with all my stuff (steam, Paint shop, GB drivers and full update etc) and then turned on IRRT and all worked perfectly fine until I restarted my PC, and got THIS during boot up... basically it seem that both the HDD and the SSD applicable are disabled and I'm not sure why... I need to go into the RAID setup and disable the acceleration before I can boot up windows...

I can't seem to find a similar issue anywhere... hence my post... I also tried installing EZ smart response to see if I could get it to work, but something is up with that... all it does is go to a splash screen with an up and down arrow in the center that do nothing...

I'm not good with RAID setups it's ma 1st time... any suggestions on what I can do?
Thanx

Win 7 Pro x64
Intel i5-2500K
Gigabyte Z68X-UD7-B3 (BIOS F7)
Gigabyte ATI HD5850OC 1GB GDDR5
G.Skill Ripjaws 2x2GB DDR3 (1600MHz)

A:intel rapid storage technology boot error

having the same problem with me

fatal1ty z68 gen3
ocz agility 3 raided 0 with western digita 1tb green cav using irst

did u fix this man ?

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I have ASUS laptop that comes with 24gb SSD. From what I read, to be able to enable caching in the SSD after formatting all drives, IRST and expresscache should be installed. The default factory setting, which I formatted to, is bundled with IRST driver installer and express cache installer. I tried to install IRST, and then it asked me to restart. Then, nothing happens. I tried to search the IRST app, but there is none. The expresscache installer seems to be working since I can find it in the programs and features window. The question is, how am I supposed to install the bundled IRST installer in order to utilize my SSD for caching drive?Any help will be much appreciated since I can't find any answer regarding my problem.

A:IRST (Intel Rapid Storage Technology) and ExpressCache

Hi

The following links may help you ;

Install Windows on System with MSATA and ISRT - Windows 7 Help Forums

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Hello My friends. Thanks in advance for your Help :
Could you please Help me to reactivate IRST in W10? I need to add ssd disk in Iintel Rapid Storage Tech app and volumes (Disk Manager).
I do not see the 32Gb ssd there. In Bios it appears so i am sure ssd disk is ok. Error happens After a hard disk 500gb formating on my Dell 14z-5423.

I do not even have the ssd disk in the IRST app neither in Disks.
yes, I can see in Windows devices on Storage devices as Intel Chipset Raid

I also tried the command rstcli but receive an error "1: Can not get system information"

Could you please help me to reactive or add in the IRST and Disks ?

Here 3 screens about it:



Many Thanks
Ricardo
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My desktop machine is built on Gigabyte GA-Z87-UD3H and Gigabyte provides the latest driver for Intel Rapid Storage Technology (IRST), which I installed after installing the OS. Same goes for my Lenovo Thinkpad-T420. And for both machine, checking the controller device under the IDE ATA/ATAPI Controllers section in Device Manager I see the driver has been updated to the latest version.

- I set the SATA controller to AHCI from BIOS
- On the desktop machine I have one WD 2TB BLACK & one WD 3TB Green
- I don’t use RAID, & no chance of using in near future, but according to Intel IRST improves performance in single disk scenario too.

Now I have the following questions –
1. What is the actual purpose of IRST (pre-OS install) driver that doesn’t get served with a post-OS driver that I installed? There must be some difference, otherwise there wouldn’t be a pre-OS version of the driver. Right?
2. In the pre-OS procedure (loading the drivers at OS-installation time) after successfully completing the OS installation, do I need that post-OS driver? Because after installing from that one I got a quick launch icon that runs the IRST configuration application. Where do get that after installing the pre-OS driver?
3. As it is “pre-OS”, when I load it at OS-installation time, does it updates anything at BIOS level or anywhere other than HDD? That’s because I’m going to dual boot Windows 7 with Windows 8.1, and after installing Wind... Read more

A:Intel Rapid Storage Technology (pre-OS) driver installation

The pre operating system drivers exist to allow installation of operating systems that do not already contain the appropriate drivers. Windows 7 contains the necessary drivers, therefore no additional pre OS drivers are required.

Adding the IRST after OS installation would essentially update those drivers to the latest (not always necessary).

If you manage to install the latest during the OS installation, then you would not need to update them later.

However, you would need to install the IRST software to get the configuration application.

Nothing is updated at the BIOS level when using pre OS drivers.

I would install both Windows 7 and 8 without messing with any pre OS drivers.

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My desktop machine is built on Gigabyte GA-Z87-UD3H and Gigabyte provides the latest driver for Intel Rapid Storage Technology (IRST), which I installed after installing the OS. Same goes for my Lenovo Thinkpad-T420. And for both machine, checking the controller device under the IDE ATA/ATAPI Controllers section in Device Manager I see the driver has been updated to the latest version.
I set the SATA controller to AHCI from BIOSOn the desktop machine I have one WD 2TB BLACK & one WD 3TB GreenI don?t use RAID, & no chance of using in near future, but according to Intel IRST improves performance in single disk scenario too.

Now I have the following questions ?

What is the actual purpose of IRST (pre-OS install) driver that doesn?t get served with a post-OS driver that I installed? There must be some difference, otherwise there wouldn?t be a pre-OS version of the driver. Right?In the pre-OS procedure (loading the drivers at OS-installation time) after successfully completing the OS installation, do I need that post-OS driver? Because after installing from that one I got a quick launch icon that runs the IRST configuration application. Where do get that after installing the pre-OS driver?As it is ?pre-OS?, when I load it at OS-installation time, does it updates anything at BIOS level or anywhere other than HDD? That?s because I?m going to dual boot Windows 7 with Windows 8.1, and after installing Windows 7 when I install Windows 8.1 & load the IRST driver for tha... Read more

A:Intel Rapid Storage Technology (pre-OS) driver installatio

Hi Nero666 and welcome to the forum! I don't like IRST myself especially if not using RAID. The times I've tried it, got nothing but problems. Just because it is put out by Intel doesn't mean it is good. Recommend not installing it.

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Hi all,

I am making the assumption that IRST is causing my C: Drive to become corrupted, this may prove to be false, but I believe it is a good point to start from. So, the facts:

System:
i5-2500K
Sapphire 6950
Corsair 8GB DDR3 1600
Asus P8Z68V-PRO
Xonar DX
(2) WD RE4 1 TB HDDs in RAID 0, off the RAID controller on the MB
(2) OCZ Vertex 30 GB SSDs. 1 is a spare, 1 is used to accelerate the HDDs using IRST, set up in windows

The effect:

Essentially windows will not boot. I am able to get into a repair mode where I can restore an image, attempt a repair, access command prompt, etc. I believe windows is still on the hard drives, and perhaps intact, but the boot manger is acting like my RAID is corrupted.

The cause(s):

The first time this happened, the computer lost power (Crappy UPS). I had the IRST configured for "Maximum Performance", which delays writes to the HDD, and instead caches them to the SSD until it gets a bunch of writes. It warned me that using that option may lead to system corruption... and it did. This was a couple months ago, maybe 2 or 3, which I "fixed" by reinstalling windows.

This second time, which I haven't fixed yet, occurred while I was playing Battlefield 3. The game locked up, and I was forced to hard reset. I can't remember the last time the system locked up that hard, so I don't think its a stability thing, unless a RAM stick suddenly went bad, and I don't overclock. When I powered the machin... Read more

A:Intel Rapid Storage Technology C: Drive Corruptiion

Have you gotten the latest driver: RAID: Intel? Rapid Storage Technology Driver for Intel Desktop Boards

And some further reading about RAID: Why RAID is (usually) a terrible idea

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One day I decided to check out this utility called Slimdriver that scans your PC to make sure it has up to date drivers. It offered to download and install 'Intel Rapid Storage Technology' driver which I have never been offered by Windows update. Here is what is says about this driver,

"Intel« Rapid Storage Technology offers greater levels of performance, responsiveness, and expandability than ever before. Whether you are using one or multiple serial ATA (SATA) or PCIe drives, you can take advantage of enhanced performance and lower power consumption from the latest storage technologies. Additionally, you can rest easy knowing you have added protection against data loss in the event of a hard drive failure."

I've never used this driver in the past and it has a long startup delay so am wondering if it is good to have or not really necessary.
 

A:Do you install 'Intel Rapid Storage Technology' driver?

I never install that. It creates another System Tray icon and doesn't appear to do anything useful. Would love to see if it actually helped with non-RAID systems.
 

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Hi, I downloaded the Intel Rapid Storage Technology Driver from my motherboard's driver page thinking it was a newer version of the driver.

On running the setup.exe I was prompted to remove the current driver or repair it. I chose to remove thinking the new version would install after that. The setup seemed to close after removing so I opened it up again but was greeted with the same prompts as before.

If I choose either remove or repair again I get an error message: "The installation source for this product is not available. Verify that the source exists and that you can access it"

It's turns out the version I downloaded was not newer and was the same as I had currently installed. Now I am unsure whether the driver is still installed. The IRST software app that comes with this driver is no longer in my taskbar tray or anywhere to be found for that matter.

I don't seem to be able to re-install the driver due to the error I'm getting. I tried the driver available at Intel instead but with this one I get an error: " fatal error during installation"

It seems as though the installation is corrupted?

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My Windows 7 is running slow however it is different from simply lagging. The mouse works fine however clicking on applications does not bring them up. The only difference I can see is an error message coming up saying "Intel Rapid Storage Technology not working".

Any ideas on what I should do or extra information you require?

A:Intel Rapid Storage Technology not working - Windows non responsive

You might find help here: IAStorUI has stopped working

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my OS is installed on SSD games and data installed on hdds
I want to clean install windows 10
do I need to install Intel? Rapid Storage Technology ?
if yes do I need first to install
all of my motherboard drivers and then install Intel INF installation ?

A:clean windows 10 ,do i need to install Intel Rapid Storage Technology?

Originally Posted by yafatana


my OS is installed on SSD games and data installed on hdds
I want to clean install windows 10
do I need to install Intel? Rapid Storage Technology ?
if yes do I need first to install
all of my motherboard drivers and then install Intel INF installation ?



Its not really needed much anymore, I would do your clean install without it 1st, then check on how your Windows runs. I uninstalled mine right after our Anniversary Update. Have had no problems.

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Hi Folks,I have a lenovo G500 laptop which i had purchased during thanksgiving vaction in 2013. The machine was working fine till June 2014 when I stated getting Blue Screen of death with error messages "irql_not_less_or_equal" The OS was windows 8.1. This created lot of problem while booting , the machine would not boot at all.Along with this message I started getting this message "Intel Rapid Storage Technology" SATA disk on Controller 0, Port Unknown detected".  This message was coming very often.I along with Lenovo support did all the things possible, like factory reset etc. Finally the machine was sent out to depot for repair in July 2014. They replaced the hard drive and sent the machine back.I got the machine back on 22nd July and since last week ,ie, 14th July I have started to get the issues again. My IE and Firefox will suddenly hangon and the blue screen will appear again with same message "irql_not_less_or_equal" occasionally. Yesterday i started getting Sata disk message again. I wanted to understand why this message is coming back along with blue screen of death. Is there some problem with Windows OS or hard disk seems to crash again? Thanks in advanceshailesh

A:Lenovo G500 - Intel Rapid Storage Technology" SATA...

hi Shailesh,
 
Welcome to the Lenovo Forums.
 
From this article, this is the IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL possible cause:
 
"This bug check is issued if paged memory (or invalid memory) is accessed when the IRQL is too high.
The error that generates this bug check usually occurs after the installation of a faulty device driver, system service, or BIOS.
 
If you encounter bug check 0xA while upgrading to a later version of Windows, this error might be caused by a device driver, a system service, a virus scanner, or a backup tool that is incompatible with the new version."
 
From your description, It's possible that the HDD or the RAM is faulty but it's also possible that it's a software (driver) issue -- which is the hard drive (SATA) controller.
 
To verify, I would:
1. Run a diagnostic on the HDD (via Lenovo's Storage Quick Test or via HD Tune)
   - http://www.hdtune.com/faq_1.html
 
2. Run a diagnostic on the RAM (via Memtest86+)
   - RAM - Test with Memtest86+
 
3, Read the BSOD dump file to see what file caused the crash
   - How to solve Windows 8 crashes in less than a minute
   - If the file is associated with the Intel Rapid Storage Technology Driver (SATA Controller), uninstall the software from the Control Panel > Programs and let Windows install a generic Windows driver.
   - Link to picture
 
 
If you get an error afte... Read more

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Is anyone using Windows 7 to backup and restore a PC using Intel Rapid Storage Technology? I am using a a 32GB SSD to accelerate the main 1TB Hard drive. I am not sure how to proceed here, I don't want to experiment, I am looking for someone who is using a caching disk and how they go about backing up and restoring in windows 7. It seems like the Intel Rapid Storage Technology ads a level of complexity that is less than ideal. Possibly It might have been better to spend the extra money and go with just a SSD rather than trying to save money and add extra layers of work.
Any help or insight would be appreciated.

A:Windows 7 backup with Intel Rapid Storage Technology Installed

 I don't have an SSD drive, but I can tell you for sure that you don't want the buggy Windows 7 backup program.  I've been using the FREE program Easeus Todo Backup Free for about the last 3 years on 7 computers and it works great for me.  
The March 2012 issue of PC World was very high on the FREE program from Easeus and so is CNET.  In my experience with a variety of configurations I have to say I'm very impressed.  Like Ghost (which unfortunately is no longer on the market) it will back up to a networked drive, and it will create a boot CD for when your PC won't boot.  Don't download from CNET unless you want to get malware, but you can see CNET's review of it at
 http://download.cnet.com/Easeus-Todo-Backup-Free/3000-2242_4-10964460.html?tag=mncol;1#editorsreview .
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 CNET has a lot of backup program reviews at 
http://download.cnet.com/windows/backup-software/?tag=contentBody;sideBar .
 
Some of these are free (last time I checked there were over 300), some have free trials (over 1000), and some are purchase only (over 200).
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External hard drives are best for backup. You can get a 1 TB one for around $50. You can also buy a 32 GB flash drive for under $20.  It's the best insurance you can ever buy!
 
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I hope this helps.  Good luck

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New IRST v11.7.0.1013: 11.7.0.1013 Production Version Release Notes

Official Intel v11.7.0.1013 Driver

I do not know if you're like me that has the IRST v11.2.0.1006 version driver on their machine for a while (iaStor.sys), but couldn't successfully install the v11.6.0.1030 (iaStorA.sys & iaStorF.sys).

I think the bug for me looks like a little that:





Quote:
4160542
Placing OS on 2-drive RAID0 volume at end of matrix array causes RST to construe incorrect HDD as the system
Win7-64


Any feedback will be appreciated as i still can't install properly those new versions since v11.2.0.1006.

A:Intel« Rapid Storage Technology (RAID) driver v11.7.0.1013.

Have you checked to see if ASUS has a new BIOS with a newer Intel ROM?

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Hello,

I have a problem with Autoplay not working on a DVD drive which I have traced to the installation of the Intel Rapid Storage driver.

This is on a new build computer (Asus Hero VIII) and the driver was installed from the motherboard support DVD.

When the installation of the drivers was started autoplay worked OK when the support DVD was inserted.

After that autoplay would not work.

After a lot of testing I discovered that it was the Intel rapid Storage drivers that were installed from the DVD that caused the problem.

When they were removed autoplay works OK.
When they are re-installed autoplay stops working again.

Question:

What is Intel Rapid Storage drivers used for ?

I have the following drives on my system:-

1. Samsung SM951 M2 AHCI 256GByte drive for Windows 7 Pro 64bit OS
2. SanDisk 256 GByte SSD
3. 2 off 2, TByte Seagate HD's
4. 2 off, Asus DRW-24F1MT DVD Re-writers.

I do not use RAID.

Do I need Intel Rapid Storage installed ?


Regards,

Nick.

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Hardware:
XPS 2720
2 TB HD
32 GB mSATA SSD

Software:
Windows 8.1

Issue:
Machine had Intel Rapid Storage Technology (IRST) installed out of the box.  Cached acceleration was functioning normally.
HD suffered catastrophic failure and was replaced under warranty.  Dell support contractor installed a new HD, gave me a Windows 8 re-installation USB key, started the new install and hit the road.  After installing OS and updating windows (nothing like 160+ updates), I re-installed IRST (most current version from Dell for my Tag).
In IRST, there is no option to accelerate.  Both drives are visible in IRST, but the SSD has no volume assigned and does not appear in Explorer.  After reading forums, I was concerned that the prior cache may have left something on the mSATA drive.  Used Diskpart to clean the drive.  No change in IRST.  Applied a master boot record to the mSATA drive, but left it unallocated.  No change in IRST.
Checked BIOS (updated to latest version, A07).  BIOS was set to RAID.
Called Dell Tech Support.   A rep tried for about an hour to get it running (all sorts of BIOS checks, IRST uninstalls and reinstalls, basically a lot of what I tried).  He decided to send out a new mother board.
New mother board installed by field tech.  Fired up the computer.  IRST still doesn't show an accelerate option.  I tried shrinking the main HD OS partition, as some suggest.  No success.  I tr... Read more

A:XPS 2720: After new hard drive cannot get Intel Rapid Storage Technology working again

The BIOS SATA operation should not be set to RAID. It should be set to Intel Smart Response Technology. The Intel Rapid Storage Technology won't be able to accelerate unless this SATA operation is selected. Likely your previous motherboard was fine.
You will need to reinstall Windows after altering the SATA operation within the Dell BIOS setup. See page 366 of my Windows Reinstallation Guide:
http://dellwindowsreinstallationguide.com/
You can also set the SATA operation to AHCI and replace the mSATA cache drive with a 128 GB or superior Samsung 840 Evo:
http://www.samsung.com/global/business/semiconductor/minisite/SSD/uk/html/about/SSD840EVO.html
The price of these being far more economic then it was a year ago. In such a configuration you should install Windows directly on the SSD and this will lead to the best performance.
The 30 GB cache drive was an intermediate between OS installation on the HDD and OS installation on the SSD because high capacity SSDs were too expensive.
Note in either case when you change the SATA operation the system will not boot and you will need to clean install Windows again.

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Skill Level: Beginner
Dell Inspiron i14z Ultrabook 500gb Hybrid SSD

Ok, I reinstalled Windows 7, it detected two hard drives, one 32gb and other 466gb, I installed the Windows 7 on the 466GB and installed all the drivers. On the Intel Rapid Storage Technology, Storage View, the SSD has 30GB Cache Volume but does not have any Data Volume like it is supposed to: Picture Below:

View image: SDC11483
How do I create Data Volume? Like it is supposed to look like this:
http://en.community.dell.com/cfs-fil...Acc_5F00_3.png

Notice it has Data Volume AND Cache Volume split in the SSD
Thank you

A:Creating Data Volume in Hybrid SSD Intel Rapid Storage Technology

Anybody?

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Hello,
i own a vostro 3560 Notebook, i7, 8GB, 32GB msata and i replaced the HD by a Samsung 850 Pro SSD / 256Gb. Both ssds have been formated - i did not want to use the Intel rapid storage / start technology. The problem now is the following:
When i install Win 7 / 64 bit, this  only works in the "Intel rapid storage" mode (bios-option). If i try it with ata or ahci, the instalation hangs up after the first reboot at that point, the four windows- colours come together. There appears no bluescreen - the system only stopps.
I tried to renew the bios or changed it to version 13 and then back to V17 - but no sucess.
After i installed win 7 in this mode, I tried the regestry trick with the 0 instead of the 3 to load the ahci driver. I renewed the ahci-Driver manualy , and after that, i played with the ata driver in the same way. There always is the same result: the system freezes while booting when the colours come together. Now with  a blue-screen ;-).
The system only works, when in bios the irs-Option (instead ahci) is set.

Any ideas ... and sorry for my english ;-)

Regards
Joachim

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Hi

I have browsed this forum for over an hour now looking for a solution for my dual monitor problem, still no luck!

I want to use 2 dvi->hdmi cables to connect my monitor and my TV (both got 1080p resolutions) but I can't get them to detect at all in windows. I only get the first one.
So I know the cables are good, the screens are good and that the card is supposed to support this. I have no f-ing clue why this is not working. I got a mini hdmi output on my card aswell but I cant use it since the adapter that I got with the card does not work when I have to use the dvi port next to it.

After running the tutorial found here:

Force DVI/HDMI resolutions and refresh rates

I can run my monitor on vga (after a dvi-vga adapter) on the correct resolution. so this shows that both dvi ports on the card are correct (I think). So why the **** can't I use both div connections at once?

//Rob

A:Dual Monitor DVI port problem

Not sure with Nvidia cards but with ATI/AMD cards, when you use the HDMI port, you loose one of the DVI ports, since they are the same except sound from the HDMI. As to which DVI port is port 1 and port 2, I'm not sure. Does your TV have a HDMI port? If so, go HDMI to HDMI to GPU for the TV and then go DVI to DVI for the monitor. Then trail and error as to which DVI port is 1 and 2 on the GPU.

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When I connect 60" LG monitor and duplicate my laptop screen I can only see the bottom toolbar on the monitor. The Laptop screen is fine. Any ideas??

A:Monitor display problem on VGA port

Does an extended desktop work, or does it do the same?

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Hello

I've been trying to output to the correct resolution to an external monitor from a Toshiba M45-s359. External monitor is a Samsung HDTV w/ PC input (native resolution 1280x720), haven't been able to output anything better than 1024x768.

Graphics are: Mobile Intel 915 GM/GMS, 910GML Express chipset family.

Anyways, after fiddling with this for days, I've now got a more serious problem on my hands. Not sure how I did it, but now the internal (notebook) monitor won't display its correct resolution (widescreen 1280x800). It now displays as a garbled 1024x768. The most recent thing I did before this problem occured was to install a modified (by me) version of the latest intel drivers.

I re-installed the original intel drivers.
I installed the updated intel drivers
I updated the BIOS
I even formatted and re-installed windows XP pro.

The problem remains. The root of the problems seems to be that windows recognizes the internal notebook monitor as "digital flat panel 1024x768"
For some reason it thinks that this is the native resolution. I tried uninstalling and re-installing the monitor, but this didnt help. Also having this problem during startup and when viewing the BIOS settings.

If anyone has any suggestions I'd be really appreciative.

Thank You
 

A:Notebook Monitor problem Intel Chipset... please help

Similar Issue

Just wondering if you got your problem fixed. I have a similar problem trying to use a Samsung 216BW with a Toshiba laptop with the Intel 915 Chipset. When I set the resolution to 1680 X 1050 which is what it is suppose to be, everything is not visible on my screen. I too have played with this for about 3 days.Installing and uninstalling drivers. If anyone has any thought or solutions, they would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks
 

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I'm having trouble installing our enterprise Win 7 on a new Precision 7510. Been doing this for years on all manner of Dell laptops.
I've followed the instrux posted elsewhere to load SATA drivers onto the USB flash, along with the USB 3 conversion from Intel. I have no trouble loading the driver at the appropriate time.
I get to the point where the Win 7 installer asks where to install Windows. I load the driver, but "Windows cannot be installed to this disk. The computer's hardware may not support booting to this disk. Ensure that the disk's controller is enabled in the computer's BIOS menu."
I can create partitions, delete them, etc. The factory partitions are deleted.
Tried various BIOS settings: Raid is ON, Secure boot is OFF, Boot List option is UEFI, basically all factory settings at this point. I've tried tweaking them, no joy.
One thing, under System Config > Drives, I have four: SATA-0, SATA-1, SATA-3, and M.2 PCIe SSD-0. Is this right?

Thanks!
-John

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I just purchased a Precision 7510 laptop.  I ordered it with the following primary drive and no secondary drive:

400-AILW 256GB M.2 PCIe High Performance Solid State Drive, MPWS

I'd like to add a second M.2 NVMe drive (perhaps a Samsung 950 Pro) in the 2.5" drive slot.  When ordering the laptop, it was an option to get a high performance M.2 NVMe drive with "Interposer". Does anybody know the part number for this "Interposer"? Are there any other parts that I'll need to make this work?
Thanks!

A:Adding 2nd M.2 SSD to Precision 7510

Anybody have any idea?

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I'm having trouble installing our enterprise Win 7 on a new Precision 7510. Been doing this for years on all manner of Dell laptops.
I've followed the instrux posted elsewhere to load SATA drivers onto the USB flash, along with the USB 3 conversion from Intel. I have no trouble loading the driver at the appropriate time.
I get to the point where the Win 7 installer asks where to install Windows. I load the driver, but "Windows cannot be installed to this disk. The computer's hardware may not support booting to this disk. Ensure that the disk's controller is enabled in the computer's BIOS menu."
I can create partitions, delete them, etc. The factory partitions are deleted.
Tried various BIOS settings: Raid is ON, Secure boot is OFF, Boot List option is UEFI, basically all factory settings at this point. I've tried tweaking them, no joy.
One thing, under System Config > Drives, I have four: SATA-0, SATA-1, SATA-3, and M.2 PCIe SSD-0. Is this right?

Thanks!
-John

A:Precision 7510 Win 7 Reinstall

Still getting nowhere with this. What's the trick to reinstalling the OS on a 7510?

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Dear community and support, I had a problem.
I got error message 0xEE0D0001. Cannot access registory.
OS is Windows 7, notebook: Dell Precision 7510
Pease, help!

A:error Precision 7510

Hi SASHNAT,
We would need more info about this issue.
What application are you using when you encounter this error? When did the issue start? Are you able to manually access the registry?
Researching about this error - it shows up as McAfee related issue - kindly read through these articles - http://intel.ly/2fODPxj | http://intel.ly/2f4RW0c
Let us know if you have any other queries.

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Evening!

Have recently formatted my laptop and re installed Windows on my normal HDD because i have a small SSD since formatting my SSD and deleting and renewing the old partition, in windows explorer and disk management i can no longer see my SSD. I can see my SSD in Bios and in the Intel Rapid storage technology app, but cannot understand why i cannot use my SSD, Any help would be much appreciated.

Kind regards

Perry

A:SSD not showing in Disk Management, but showing on Intel Rapid Storage

Could we get some more information?

Does this laptop have 2 hard drive bays? Did it always have 2 hard drives?
What does "deleting and renewing the old partition" mean?

What I suspect is that the SSD has a partition that is still marked ACTIVE. Windows will boot from one Active partition and ignore the other. So if the SSD has just one partition that is marked active then the whole drive would be ignored.

If you deleted the partition in Disk Management or some 3rd party program then that would have taken care of the Active flag on that partition. But if you just deleted the contents of the partition that would have left the flag.

Let us know what you did.

EDIT: I should add: any partition that contained an operating system will have the active flag. This is not something you would have had to do yourself.

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Hi guys, I was looking to get an XPS 15 9550, i7, but I'm now looking at a Precision 7510 for my work (Web developer). I'm presuming as with the XPS, it supports attaching 2 external screens and using them and the internal  panel, giving you 3 screens in total?
I presume you use the mDP and HDMI ports to connect the screens?
Also, I'm thinking of the 1TB SSD and 2TB SATA drive, does anyone know the model of the m2 SSD - is it a Samsung SM961 stick? Anyone seen any benchmarks of that setup anywhere?
TIA
Steve.

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I'm a desktop workstation user who is new to laptop workstations. I'm about to order a Precision 7510, external dell 4K monitor (P2715Q), dell bluetooth keyboard and mouse (KM714) which I'm hoping will replace my desktop workstation as I'd like to have some mobility with the new workstation that the desktop one can't give me, eg. take the laptop with me when I travel.
I often power down my workstation at night to save power and to restart windows for the next morning. I plan to have the 7510 on my desk, with lid closed as much as possible.
If I power down the laptop at night will I have to open the lid and press the power on button to start up the laptop again or is there another way to do this, eg. dell dock, etc. Also, will the bluetooth keyboard and mouse be able to wake up windows from sleep mode?
Thanks for any help.
Rob

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Looking to upgrade my laptop to a dell precision 7510, and wonder what the maximum number of external monitors with a resolution of 2560x1440 is (Dell U2715h):
1. Without a docking station
2. With Dell advanced E-Port II with usb 3.0 240W
Is it possible to daisy chain two monitors (u2715h) from each of the dockingstations displayport 1.2 and still get full resolution (2560x1440)? 
Also, will the choice of screen card impact the number of screens or resolution (amd firepro w5170, Nvidia quadro m1000m or nvidia quadro m2000m)

A:Precision 7510 and multiple monitors

I believe that the systems are limited to 4 displays through firmware. The Nvidia Quadro cards are limited to 2x digital displays in their firmware on the Dell mobile systems while the onboard Intel provides video for VGA and the internal display, and the Nvidia supplies the 2x DVI or Displayport on the dock, and the HDMI port on the laptop itself is tied to one of the two "digital outputs" so you can only do 1 DP + HDMI.
The regular connectors should allow for at least 2x external displays, from the miniDP, HDMI, and Thunderbolt port that should allow for digital via DP as well. I'm not sure how the ports are internally mapped, it could be the HDMI goes to the Intel and the DP and TB3 ports are to the Nvidia, but I don't have a USB-C video adapter to test this with yet.
With the Thunderbolt dock (TB15) you can do up to 2x 4K displays from the dock's Displayport/miniDP/HDMI connections, otherwise you can do up to 3x 2560x1440 displays.

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Are there plans to make the Precision 7510 thunderbolt III port to allow an external GPU (eGPU)? According to the eGPU enclosure I want to buy it requires this details page should say "Yes" under External GPU Support. I believe I have the most up to date BIOS and thunderbolt III firmware.

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Greetings! I'm experiencing a problem on what appears to be HP Prodesk 600 G2 computers exclusively.  Intermittently, when the computer wakes from sleep or standby, the computer loses its monitor drivers. When the computer wakes the monitor is now in 640x480 resolution and if you look in the Screen Resolution window it shows the current driver is the "Generic Non-PnP Monitor".  These computers are hooked up with dual HP displays of like model and when it happens the fix seems to be to simply restart the computer. While this is easy enough it is extremely disruptive to the work of our users and so I've been tasked with finding a real fix to this problem. To that end I have updated the computer with the latest BIOS from HP as well as the latest Intel graphics drivers from HP's website (Intel Graphics 530 chipset) but to no avail. We have also tried using different monitors and it continues to occur intermittently. Also, we have many HP Prodesk G1's in the building and none of these have this problem. This leads me to suspect that this is a problem exclusive to the Prodesk G2's and not with Windows or the monitors we are using. It should also be noted that both monitors are connected using the on-board display ports. My hunch is that it is the Intel Graphics 530 (onboard) graphics chipset that that's the problem but I don't think we should have to buy a seperate graphics card to get two displays to work on these computers especially when it's so clear th... Read more

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Hi everyone,
I always get trouble when installing the win7 on my precision.
Currently it has an Ubuntu preinstalled system on it, but I want to install my windows 7 on my laptop.
I have read tons of threads about the problems I met and it turns out that it is the USB 3.0 port get me into the trouble.
There are also some posts addressing this problem but they all rely on windows system.
To be simplified, my precision 7510 only has USB 3.0 ports on it and its OS is preinstalled Ubuntu and I want to install windows 7 through USB port(They are all 3.0 ports).
If someone can help me I will be really appreciated.

A:How to install windows 7 on Dell Precision 7510 from USB

AKIRA321,
The system has a USB 2.0 as well as USB 3.0 ports. You can set the bios to boot to either port by changing the boot order in the system bios by starting the computer and tapping the F2 key. Once in the bios tab over to the boot screen. . Below are some links to help you  get Windows 7 installed. Once you obtain either a Windows 7 disk or Windows 7 USB key.  Once you have Windows installed you will also need to download the service packs unless they are included on the Windows 7 install Media. Also, download all Windows 7 updates.
How to remove Ubuntu and put Windows back on?
How to manually reinstall Windows 7 on a Dell computer?
Windows 7 Support Information
Dell Precision 7510 Mobile Workstation System Guide
Precision 7510 Drivers, Downloads and Manuals
Dell Precision 7510 Mobile Workstation Windows Driver Install Guide
Drivers Help, Tutorials and Driver Install Order

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