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So if you run the command "winsat formal" via command prompt, you still don't see your SSDs as optimise?
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Yes! That Works thumb.gif Thanx...did not think about that....

Still, I don't understand why I cannot use any of the new drivers for fastboot anymore....
Is it a common problem? Or am I the only one here that expreriences it?
The 12.6.3.1000 driver is quite old already. So I cannot use that forever sonic.gif
Edited by xotox - 4/11/14 at 12:20am
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Do you boot/have windows installed in UEFI mode ? It might be that your BIOS doesnt contain an updated UEFI_SataDriver module to correspond to a newer driver, which board do you have I'll look into this.
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You appear to have a download for him..Asrock z68 extreme 4 gen 3
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post #2835 of 3922
Yes...I use Asrock Z68 extreme 4 gen 3, bios L2.31A...Orom 13.x at the moment, but orom version doesn't seem to matter.
I have Windows 8.1 installed in Uefi mode, on 2x crucial m4 in raid 0. Everything else works like a charm...rock solid..Execpt for fast boot rolleyes.gif
Thanks!
Edited by xotox - 4/11/14 at 1:29am
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Originally Posted by xotox View Post

Yes...I use Asrock Z68 extreme 4 gen 3, bios L2.31A...Orom 13.x at the moment, but orom version doesn't seem to matter.
I have Windows 8.1 installed in Uefi mode, on 2x crucial m4 in raid 0. Everything else works like a charm...rock solid..Execpt for fast boot rolleyes.gif
If you want a fast boot, the Intel SATA RAID Controller should use the EFI mode RAID module named SataDriver instead of the Intel RAID ROM.
Since I just have done an UEFI mode install of Win8.1 x64 PRO "Spring Update" onto the 2x128 GB Crucial M4 RAID0 array of my Z68 system, I cannot confirm your experience regarding the driver version restrictions. I was able to install all actual Intel RST(e) drivers v12.8, v12.9 and v13 without any problem. For details you may look here: http://www.win-raid.com/t362f23-Performance-of-the-Intel-RST-RSTe-Drivers.html
post #2837 of 3922
Ok, thanks! I will take a look at it and keep you updated...
post #2838 of 3922
So, Fernando, how can I choose between SataDriver module or Intel Raid Rom?

The thing I cannot understand is that everything worked perfectly fine with older drivers... Is that an Intel strategy? Just don't get it bigeyedsmiley.png
post #2839 of 3922
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So, Fernando, how can I choose between SataDriver module or Intel Raid Rom?
Precondition is the presence of a SataDriver module within the BIOS. You can check it by opening the BIOS with the AMI Aptio UEFI MMTool.
If there should not be such module (which is the standard with 6-Series chipset mainboards), you have to insert it.
If both Intel RAID modules (ROM and SataDriver) are present within the BIOS file, the BIOS settings (especially within the "BOOT" section) decide, which one of them will be used.
Please read the start post of this thread: http://www.win-raid.com/t19f13-Intel-EFI-quot-SataDriver-quot-quot-GopDriver-quot-BIOS-Modules.html
If you want to know more about these things, please post your questions into the related section of my Forum.
The topic of this thread is the "Update of Intel RAID ROM modules".
Edited by Fernando 1 - 4/11/14 at 4:06am
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Fernando, Thank you very much for the info....
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