Nello, Thank you for posting in the Intel® Communities Support.
In order for us to provide the most accurate assistance on this matter, we just wanted to confirm a few details about your system:
Are you using a RAID configuration on your laptop?
If that is the case, which type of RAID level are you working with?
Is this a new computer?
You mentioned "Since I have updated the drivers", which drivers are you referring to?
Did you make any recent hardware/software changes besides installing those drivers?
Which Windows* version are you using?
Please provide the SSU report so we can verify further details about the components in your platform:
Any questions, please let me know.
Intel Customer Support Technician
A Contingent Worker at Intel
What tool did you use to update the laptop's drivers?
What you need to do is:
1. Execute the Intel RST OP-ROM program (by pressing CTRL-I during system startup) and disable the cache drive (mark it as non-RAID). This will remove the error you are seeing and allow you to boot cleanly from your HDD.
2. From Windows, start the Intel RST GUI and re-accelerate the HDD using the SSD as the cache.
This sounds simple, but it may not be because of the changes made by the driver update program.
How can I start RST GUI and accelerate the hdd using the ssd as cache?
Thank you a lot
With an up-to-date version of Intel RST, you need to look at the new Intel Memory and Storage Tool. which should have been installed on your system (you can download from Microsoft App Store if not).
With an original version of Intel RST, a shortcut should be available for Intel Rapid Storage Technology. Here's the User's Guide: Intel Rapid Storage Technology (RST) User's Guide.
If you want to use Intel SRT, you must uninstall your current version of Intel RST and install an older version (14.x or older) that still has support for Intel SRT and the old GUI.