Click here , to adjust the content of the private message. The reason mentioned above will be used. Zitat So my answer is: So the real question is, to use Intel RST e drivers v Dieter alias Fernando My current System:
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Dieter alias Fernando My current System: That is the reason why the “driver modification” doesn’t have any negative impact on the function of the absolutely untouched Intel AHCI and RAID drivers, Relevance of the driver’s “Digital Signature” The latest Windows Operating Systems from Win8 up have a feature named “Driver Signature Enforcement”, which does not allow to get any driver installed, which has no valid digital signature.
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Click hereto adjust the content of the private message. That is why the usage of my “modded” drivers will be rwt the user’s own risk.
There is no raid-functionality needed, no trim So the real question is, to use Intel RST e drivers v No, I don’t think so. The installation and the usage of Intel’s new RST e drivers from v On rsr one hand I would answer “Yes”, because Intel’s RST driver development staff are still optimizing their products and solving issues of previous versions.
This always will happen, when you want to replace a a WHQL certified driver or b a newer driver by an older one. Of course new driver features, which require a more actual hardware, will not be supported by older SATA Controllers.
Zitat von ole im Beitrag 10 Zitat So my answer is: Thu Jul 04, Users with an older Intel Chipset system should better take a driver, which belongs to the v13 or v14 platform. Modded Intel RST e drivers v I am not sure regarding the answer.
Zitat von Fernando im Beitrag 13 Ok, then I will answer another way: Zitat General personal statements: Fernando My current System: The modded driver has to be digitally signed by a trustworthy person or Company. Is it possible, that older Controller will be “untouched” by newer RSTe-drivers and they have the same functionality as older Vs.?
Zitat So my answer is: This post does not match the desired netiquette of the Forum.
Fernando Show info Posts:. Regards Fernando My current System: You have to test it yourself and report here regarding your results. When I should realize any issues, I would decide to replace the driver by a product of a previous driver development branch. Topic settings Print view. Sun Aug 11, So my answer is: Zitat von ole im Beitrag Users with an older Intel chipset should always keep in mind, that the chipset manufacturer Intel only rsf drivers for the newest and for the upcoming chipsets and not for the older ones.
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The reason mentioned above will be used. Till now, stability is very good – but I never had problems with stability in older versions, too. Please enter a reason for warning.