Power management is not yet supported. Posted March 25, edited. A feedback regarding the result is much appreciated. Sign in with Twitter. You need to be a member in order to leave a comment.

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So the real question is, to use Intel RST e drivers v Power management is not yet supported. Sun Nov 18, 9: Specifying a 0 disables MSI and uses legacy interrupt. I instead decided to create an image and use ImgBurn, and this seems to have corrected the problem.

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You can install one after the other 2 or 3 different driver versions examples: Of course new driver features, which require a more actual hardware, will not be supported by older SATA Controllers.

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Burning has been reported as an issue, that’s why the safest way is to create an ISO and burn it in order to keep the bootability. This post does not match the desired netiquette of the Forum. You need to be a member in order to leave a comment. Yesterday I’ve modded the Dieter alias Fernando My current System: Intrl settings Print view.


I took a few seconds to quickly look through and wasn’t able to find them, but if it’s possible I will take time to dig deeper. See the AHCI specification for more details. The default value is 1.

Zitat von ole im Beitrag 12 Till now, stability is very good – but I never had problems with stability in older versions, too. All Windows Operating Systems from W2k up. Device and Network Interfaces.

Although I do not really recommend to install any RST e driver from jntel v14, v15 or v16 platform onto systems with an old Intel chipset, interested users may try them nevertheless. Big thanks to them both! Users with an older Intel Chipset system should better take a driver, which belongs to the v13 or v14 platform.

There is no raid-functionality needed, no trim I’m pretty new to this so bare with me. Here are the download links: Specifies the number of PRDT in the command table.


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Here’s the product page if it helps any My problem is I don’t want MCE. Can anyone help me out? A feedback regarding the result is much appreciated. Posted March 25, I’m trying to install XP onto a new system Ahcu just purchased.

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Also, if you are using nLite, please attach not paste your Last Session. So my answer is: Where did you get them? Thu Jul 04,