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Intel.... Rapid Storage Technology

by manjeet15jan / February 2, 2013 1:39 PM PST

I assembled PC with
Gigabyte Motherboard B-75-M D3H
Processor i3-3220
HDD 500 GB (64 MB Cach)
RAM 2GB
when i loaded it with Windows 7 the Intel® Rapid Storage Technology driver installed successfully but when i loaded my PC with windows 8 this driver is not installing and showing "This computer does not meet the minimum requirements for installing the software" . Please help me to resolve this problem .......

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by Willy / February 2, 2013 9:18 PM PST

You need apparently the Win8 version of drivers. Goto the Gigabyte support website and see if they have it. If not there or they don't provide a solution, then visit Intel support website. Verify what chipset you have on the mtrbd., then see if a Win8 versions is available. Under Win8, if *may* offer to go online and thus allow MS to supply whatever is needed. When that option becomes present, select it vs any disc or retrieved source.

The whole problem at times, older offering may lag until the makers or suppliers provide whatever is needed. Time goes by and later they do or don't. So, this is entirely out of your hands unless the above does work in finding Win8 versions.

tada -----Willy Happy

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by bob b / February 2, 2013 11:35 PM PST

I don't have your machine.
I can not install rst on this machine either.
Seems it gets upset that I only have a single disk non raid setup.

I did notice that the storage driver that comes with the chip set drivers was newer than what rst was trying to feed me.

Bottom line.
I just ignored rst......my single hd works fine.

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