The prerequisites for latest RST Version I hope this helps, but I frankly don’t give it much chance. Thanks for reply Scott! If you truly have a Core iU processor, then this Device Manager result should not be possible. Could you help me sort this out so it’s really sure I get the right driver? There is an earlier version Frist – why I would like to run the RST:
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Listen, where are you getting this so-called sage advice? But I’m still not convinced though if the driver is supported for my computer – or sure about which one of the version you mean will work for me:.
Thanks anyway for your support! Frist – why I would like to run the RST: The earlier version You can qhci use it with connected SATA drives and, in a laptop, you can typically only install a SATA drive in one bay which makes the feature almost useless Please type your message and auci again.
Supported Intel® Chipsets and Controller Hubs
But I’m still not convinced though if the driver is supported for my computer – or sure about which one of the version you mean will work for me: Bertil Oldenburg, Only the base OS should need it. I could find none of them in the specifications, which I think is quite stragne. I am starting to think that they don’t know what they are talking about Try this version it is v There is an earlier version You can not post a blank message. But maybe this is not the relevant hardware info in question?
The question is what do you want to do with it? Support for RST is definitely available. I got the pic.
So, it suddenly came to me, I would maybe rather get a RST-driver for Windows XP to get this to work if there is any such driver – but if so, I don’t know how to contrkller that driver since I can’t get Windows XP Mode to install if it isn’t cpntroller to install the driver i advance – as part of the Win XP installation.
Go to original post. Could you help me sort this out so it’s really sure I get the right driver?
AHCI Supported Chipsets
One later poster discusses yesterday the issues with getting RST working in environment such as my system. If you truly have a Core iU processor, then this Device Manager result should not be possible. I hope this helps, but I frankly don’t give it much chance.
I’ve understood that the driver I’ll have to install should be itnel on to the Win XP Mode installation.