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Extracting drivers from the RST installer

ritmo2k
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Hello,

It seems none of the options for extracting the drivers are valid anymore.

 

I have downloaded the installer from https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/download/19512/intel-rapid-storage-technology-driver-installation-software-with-intel-optane-memory-10th-and-11th-gen-platforms.html and tried the following:

 

SetupRST.exe -extract <path>

 

SetupRST.exe -a -p <path>

 

But neither works. Does anyone know how to do it with the most recent version, or if an F6 floppy archive still exists?

 

Thanks!

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Serag
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These are the file i guess you’re trying to find hopefully you will download them before they get taking off good luck
Kaspo11
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Serag is a lifesaver....I couldn't get to the install/extract option of this file because it wouldn't even let me in because it said unsupported platform....I created an account just to say thank you, I was clueless.

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frosales
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Serag, 

 

I just had to make an account on intel plataform to thank you for the link

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Serag
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You’re very welcome i had to because i can relate to how much time consuming and hard to find these files were glad to help anytime
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gch90
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Thanks Serag really helpfull

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Ultimate
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how to extract intel or non inet rst to usb

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AydenLeitch
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Hi, 

 

I had the same issue, and ended up going down a rabbit hole with Procmon to find where the exe extracted the files. 

I then actually went back and checked the documentation, turns out that the extract function is listed in the README, however it does not show up when you run the /? flag. 

 

 Extract driver files from SetupRST.exe:
    - Open terminal in the directory with SetupRST.exe by right-clicking the directory
      and selecting "Open in Terminal" or "Open PowerShell here"
    - Enter the following command:
      ./SetupRST.exe -extractdrivers SetupRST_extracted

 

Hopefully this helps someone new visiting the post, no discredit to the person who shared the extracted files previously - I'm always a little cautious downloading drivers for untrusted sources. 

 

Cheers,

Ayden

 

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