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I am still having some issues with using the Intel RST 11.6.0.1030 Driver. This time I am actually able to get to the desktop but when I try to open the "Intel® Rapid Storage Technology" icon from the start menu I get this error message:
Code:
Problem signature:
  Problem Event Name:   BEX
  Application Name:     IAStorUI.exe
  Application Version:  11.6.0.1030
  Application Timestamp:        5042b0f9
  Fault Module Name:    ISDI2.dll
  Fault Module Version: 11.6.0.1030
  Fault Module Timestamp:       5042b0b6
  Exception Offset:     0004d11f
  Exception Code:       c0000417
  Exception Data:       00000000
  OS Version:   6.1.7601.2.1.0.256.48
  Locale ID:    1033
  Additional Information 1:     f75f
  Additional Information 2:     f75f6c05d03fcdd2a7d1dd68142c1ec7
  Additional Information 3:     a299
  Additional Information 4:     a2993278b5b28ec5aaf55210d5911914

I was having a similar issue the first time I tried using this driver, right after I installed the modded bios with the upgraded raid rom. I would install the driver and get prompted to reboot then while at the windows logo splash screen the computer would hang and I was unable to get to the desktop. The only way to get windows to boot was to restore to a previous restore point. After trying to redownload the 11.6 driver and a few other things I finally gave up and settled for the 11.2.x.xxxx driver which I had no problems with. I was told to try deleting the array and doing a clean install of windows as a way to get the 11.6.0.1030 driver to work. I finally got around to trying that fix last night and while I can get windows to boot all the way after installing the 11.6 driver, the software crashes the moment it is opened, it is suppose to start up when your desktop loads but I never saw the program attempt to start itself, I had to start it each time I tried with the 11.6 driver and each time I get that error message I posted above. I am back to using the RST 11.2 driver but I am not 100% sure this version supports TRIM. Does anyone got an idea on how to fix this error?
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With 11.6.0.1030 the RST software is set to a delayed start, It used to show the icon then the service would start 2 min later. But now the icon wont show up until the service actually starts.
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IAStorUI.exe is still crashing on me, I gave the program around 5 mins after the icon appeared in taskbar but the icon never switch from the blue circle to the green check. The program did not crash until I double clicked the icon but with the other versions of RST I never had to wait 5 mins, it usually had the green check after the first min, maybe two.


Quote:
Problem signature:
Problem Event Name: BEX
Application Name: IAStorUI.exe
Application Version: 11.6.0.1030
Application Timestamp: 5042b0f9
Fault Module Name: ISDI2.dll
Fault Module Version: 11.6.0.1030
Fault Module Timestamp: 5042b0b6
Exception Offset: 0004d11f
Exception Code: c0000417
Exception Data: 00000000
OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.256.48
Locale ID: 1033
Additional Information 1: 669e
Additional Information 2: 669e89984f19341b5b24bf31e679d7e0
Additional Information 3: 384c
Additional Information 4: 384c0fb17425b6ef53137252b90d1024

The only difference between this crash and the one I posted in my previous post are the Additional Information 1 - 4 parts:
Quote:
Additional Information 1: f75f
Additional Information 2: f75f6c05d03fcdd2a7d1dd68142c1ec7
Additional Information 3: a299
Additional Information 4: a2993278b5b28ec5aaf55210d5911914

Could the cause be the SSD's I am using or another piece of my hardware? I am running Win 7 Pro x64.
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If the SSD's are the same brand and have the same firmware I cant see why it would be doing that.

Does it act fine with 11.2.x ?
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The SSD's are both the same brand and firmware, I actually just updated the firmware and did a secure erase today before I reinstalled windows.

I have never had a single issue with the RST 11.2 driver. Right after I flashed the modded bios I flashed the 11.6 driver at which point I became unable to get to my desktop, after doing a system restore back to the Asus provided RST driver I tried installing the 11.2 version and it has worked just fine ever since. What do I have to gain by getting 11.6 to work instead of leaving it be at 11.2?

I have had a question nagging in the back of my head about TRIM support on my raid 0 array. Ever since I built this computer back in May Crystal Disc Info 5.0 has always shown TRIM as enabled for both my SSD's, this was while I was using the RST 11.1 driver and the 11.0 Raid OROM. Even the windows command to check if TRIM is enabled " fsutil behavior query disabledeletenotify" has always returned a '0'. The reason I bring this up is that I have read some conflicting statements around the web about what is required to get TRIM support in raid 0. I assume since Windows and Crystal Disc Info both say the same thing that TRIM is enabled and working , is this correct?


Here are images of the Crystal Disc Info I get from each of my SSD's
post #666 of 3210
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If it works fine with 11.2.x I wouldnt worry about TRIM support in RAID, The SSD's can take good care of themselves.

I'f I were you Id just leave it at ASUS stock wink.gif
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"fsutil behavior query disabledeletenotify 0" It will always say that in windows 7 that means its enabled in the OS, Youll need a SSD that supports TRIM and also a driver that supports TRIM so the TRIM command can be sent to the OS.

Your fine with your SSD's until you RAID them. The 11.2.x driver doesnt pass the TRIM command to the OS while the SSD's are in a RAID array, It will in AHCI mode though.
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I finally got Intel RST 11.6.0.1030 to work!!!!

The problem was being caused by the Asmedia SATA ports/drivers. What I did was move the two hard drives I had plugged into the Asmedia SATA 6G ports on my Asus Sabertooth Z77 motherboard to the Intel SATA 3G ports, after those were moved I looked in the bios for a way to disable the Asmedia SATA ports but in the Asus Sabertooth Z77 1616 bios there was no such option. Once the system booted I performed a system restore to a point shortly after Windows finished installing and before the Asmedia SATA drivers were installed. Once I had the rest of my drivers installed I redownloaded Intel RST 11.6.0.1030, crossed my fingers and installed, I couldnt believe it worked.

I should note that the Asmedia USB 3.0 drivers are currently installed on my computer and do not cause me any problems, it was only the Asmedia SATA hardware/drivers that was causing the issues with Intel RST 11.6.0.1030

This is the thread I found that lead me to moving my hard drives from the Asmedia SATA ports and to the Intel ones - IRST 11.6 is bugged!

I would like to say thank you to Garikfox and everyone else for all the help you gave me to get this issue fixed, and most of all thank you Garikfox for creating all these modded bios' which made all this possible. I am looking forward to future bios releases for my Asus Sabertooth Z77
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Awesome, thats good to hear smile.gifthumb.gif
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Can someone plz try to connect to my FTP server, I had to Un-DMZ it, thx wink.gif
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