Originally Posted by esukoto
The way I understand this is that it will work even if I disable my RAID set up? and switch to AHCI? my current set-up is that it is on RAID, it wont let me do the accelerate when I set it on AHCI, but when I switched it to RAID it works.
The way in understanding this is that after i install the software, I show switch to iaStor.sys via registry ?
hmm I should give this a try...
just for clarification, should I upgrade to the newer version from 22.214.171.1242 to 126.96.36.1996?
Don't do anything in the registry! No need to at all!
If the SATA mode is set to RAID, single drives (SSDs, HDDs) are treated the same as if the SATA mode was set to AHCI. The main difference with RAID is you can create RAID volumes, and use acceleration/SRT, which needs RAID mode. You can change from RAID mode to AHCI, but there is no need to do so. You can have six SSDs on the Intel SATA ports, some single, some in RAID, and everything will be fine. I don't undertand what you're worried about.
The ONLY time you need to perform the registry change is if you installed your OS in IDE mode, and are changing to AHCI or RAID mode.