Common problem to three workstations, (A, B, C) all originally Windows 7, upgraded within the last two weeks to Windows 10 fall creators update build 1709, now all with the same problem.
All three were originally running RAID with IRST software in Windows 7.
After upgrade to Windows 10, IRST software removed from all three workstations by upgrade process, (A, B, C), RAID driver updated to 220.127.116.116 on all three.
Need software to manage RAID, deal with HD errors etc.
So Tried 14.xx.xx.xx on workstation A, after reboot lost system !!!
Had to reinstall Windows 10, thanks Intel!
1.) So how am I going to be able to run IRST software on these three workstations ??
2.) Want to keep 18.104.22.1686 driver (SEEMS TO WORK ?), while using some other version of IRST software that won't crash the workstations.
3.) How to install software and what version should I use while keeping 22.214.171.1246 driver ?
4.) How can Intel let so many users get hurt?
Screen shot of workstation A BIOS uploaded
Hi SYROB: Thank you very much for contacting the Intel® Rapid Storage Technology communities. We will do our best to assist you with this scenario.
Since the computer is using ICH10R chipset, most likely it will not be compatible with Windows® 10, in this case what we recommend is to get in contact with the manufacturer of the unit to confirm if they can provide an Intel® RST version fully compatible with Windows® 10.
Additionally, just to let you know, our drivers are generic, and none of the drivers that support Windows® 10 support ICH10R.
Any further questions, please let me know.
Microsoft thinks driver 126.96.36.1996 is ok as they provide it during upgrade.
What I need is software/GUI that will work with the driver 188.8.131.526, can install GUI without changing driver using:
run SetupRST with -Nodrv
So what GUI version should try?
Hi SYROB: Thank you very much for providing those details. In regard to your inquiry, none of the Intel® RST versions in our web site support the hardware configuration you are using, however, here is the link where you can see all the version of the application in case you want to try some of them:
To get in contact with the manufacturer of the unit will be the best thing to do.
Any questions, please let me know.
Find your SetupRST.exe file for the version you are running. Open a command prompt (with administrator priviledge), and
run that installer again, but with the -Nodrv option, as in:
That should install the GUI. (I just did this for 184.108.40.2062).
(If you can't find the SetupRST for the particular version, try one that is close - I went looking for 220.127.116.116 and could not find it, but I'd bet that the GUI for 18.104.22.1682 will likely work fine).