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1 year 3 months ago #3557 by admin
Avec les drivers RST Version 17.9.1
Voici mon choix d'installation










- ASUS Z490 ROG MAXIMUS XII FORMULA -INTEL I7 10700K 16Go Corsair RVB,
- SAMSUNG SSD970, SSD960/860/850 - NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX960 -
- CREATIVE SB X-Fi TITANIUM - STEELSERIE APEX7 RVB - STEELSERIE RIVEL 600 RGB -
- TOUR GAMDIAS RGB - TAPIS CORSAIR RGB - Free Fibre 2.5Gbs (Cat 7&8)

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1 year 3 months ago - 1 year 3 months ago #3558 by DirtyShady




A Ok sur cet écran moi je choisissait le premier choix. C'est sans doute pour ça.

J'ai aucune info sur cette technologie Intel Rapid Premium et elle est mis en choix recommandé....

Du coup je suis a 99,9% certain que ca viens de ça.

Edit. Il suffit de lire, ils disent que l'Intel Rapid Premium c'est pour l'Optane ou le RAID. Donc c'est bien clair le problème venait de là ! Je comprends cependant pas pourquoi ils le mettent en choix recommandé.....
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1 year 3 months ago #3559 by admin

Edit. Il suffit de lire, ils disent que l'Intel Rapid Premium c'est pour l'Optane ou le RAID. Donc c'est bien clair le problème venait de là ! Je comprends cependant pas pourquoi ils le mettent en choix recommandé.....

oui moi aussi pourquoi :huh:

- ASUS Z490 ROG MAXIMUS XII FORMULA -INTEL I7 10700K 16Go Corsair RVB,
- SAMSUNG SSD970, SSD960/860/850 - NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX960 -
- CREATIVE SB X-Fi TITANIUM - STEELSERIE APEX7 RVB - STEELSERIE RIVEL 600 RGB -
- TOUR GAMDIAS RGB - TAPIS CORSAIR RGB - Free Fibre 2.5Gbs (Cat 7&8)

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1 year 3 months ago #3581 by telemeh
Good health to all!

Win 10 Pro x64
i7-9700K
ASUS MAXIMUS XI HERO
RAM 2х16 CMK32GX4M2A2666C16W
250Gb M.2 Samsung 970 EVO Plus MZ-V7S250BW
RAID0 2x500Gb WD RE4 WD5003ABYX
Seagate 1Tb ST1000DM010
Video ASUS Dual GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER EVO OC [DUAL-RTX2070S-O8G-EVO]

Faced an interesting story when installing the latest Intel Rapid Storage Technology (RST) driver Version 17.9.1.1009 WHQL - it’s not exactly RST anymore, but some kind of integration with Intel Optane Memory & Storage Management, where only the driver is included, but the management snap-in should Install from the Microsoft Store.
I have installed the SSD M.2 system drive Samsung 970 EVO Plus MZ-V7S250BW and the driver Samsung NVM Express Driver v3.3 and the utility Samsung Magician v6.1 are installed to it. The system also has RAID0 and another separate HDD. In the BIOS section "Advanced \ PCH Storage Configuration" in the item "M.2_2 PCIE Storage RAID Support", "Not RST Controlled" is set. So, after installing this extreme RST driver (which became Intel Optane Memory & Storage Management), the installer changes the above BIOS item to “RST Controlled” (it may not be exactly the name - I’m writing from work, I don’t remember exactly - but the point it changes exactly with “Not RST Controlled”) and when the computer reboots, this SSD starts to appear in the Intel Optane Memory & Storage Management snap-in as a SATA drive, the native drivers and utility will not recognize it as M.2. Upon the subsequent return of the BIOS item “M.2_2 PCIE Storage RАID Support” to “Not RST Controlled”, Windows 10 stops loading - it falls out with an error. The new driver cannot be demolished. I can’t roll up the old RST (where Intel Optane Memory was not yet). Saves only an early backup. If, after installing this driver (Intel Rapid Storage Technology (RST) Version 17.9.1.1009 WHQL and the Intel Optane Memory & Storage Management snap-in), when restarting, do not wait for Windows to start, but go into the BIOS and return “M.2_2 PCIE Storage RAID Support” in "Not RST Controlled" - the Windows starts as it should and the SSD works in PCIE mode and is not displayed in the Intel Optane Memory utility - i.e. everything is working correctly.
p.s. The first time I come across a driver that creeps into the BIOS and crashes it ...

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1 year 3 months ago #3582 by admin
Hi Telemeh,

it is true that this new pack destabilizes because already it offers by default the standard controller mode instead of AHCI mode which results in a crash if the choice and not modify

I hope that Intel will correct the problem on the next version :blink:

- ASUS Z490 ROG MAXIMUS XII FORMULA -INTEL I7 10700K 16Go Corsair RVB,
- SAMSUNG SSD970, SSD960/860/850 - NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX960 -
- CREATIVE SB X-Fi TITANIUM - STEELSERIE APEX7 RVB - STEELSERIE RIVEL 600 RGB -
- TOUR GAMDIAS RGB - TAPIS CORSAIR RGB - Free Fibre 2.5Gbs (Cat 7&8)

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1 year 3 months ago - 1 year 3 months ago #3583 by contra
Intel RST installer default option is "Intel(R) Chipset SATA/PCIe RST Premium Controller", if BIOS setting SATA Operation: RAID ON (DELL) or M.2_2 PCIE Storage RAID Support: RST Controlled (ASUS)..ect.(Similarities and differences in names of related settings for motherboards of different brands. and Some product motherboards do not have this option, such as Microsoft's Surface series), Windows 10 does not include this driver, you must install intel RST drivers first. Otherwise the NVME hard drive cannot be detected.

if BIOS setting SATA Operation: AHCI(DELL) or M.2_2 PCIE Storage RAID Support: not RST Controlled (ASUS)..etc. You can choose not install the Intel RST driver, Windows 10 system will have "Standard SATA AHCI Controller" replacement. if install intel RST drivers, it named "Intel(R) 300/400 Series Chipset Family SATA AHCI Controller"

After the BIOS option is switched, you first need to enter safe mode once, otherwise you will not be able to enter the system with a blue screen. This is not unusual, and it hasn’t changed since the day Windows 10 came out.

Sorry for my poor english, Hope Google Translate can translate accurately.
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