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I just installed my new SSD and did lots of configuring according to Sean's guide. Now I'm installed the mobo drivers and I'm confused on 2 of them.

There is a JMicron JMB36X driver along with the new Intel Rapid Storage Technology. Should I installed both of these or just the latter, I know the JMicron driver is used for IDE but I don't know if it is suppose to run alongside the Intel one.
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AFAIK, the only use for Intel Rapid Storage Technology is for putting your hard drives into a RAID configuration. So, with that being said, IRST is not a necessary download, and isn't a controller driver anyways.
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Well actually I just kinda messed up when I installed Windows 7. By accident I enabled AHCI for my JMicron Port (which I don't use) instead of enabling AHCI for my SATA ports, so I installed Windows 7 in IDE mode which was a big fail.

IRST wasn't installing so that's why I was wondering if it was needed, but now I know that the reason for that as because it required AHCI mode, and my SSD was in IDE so now that it is in AHCI it installs properly. Thanks for the response anyways.
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