F6Readme.txt Driver File Contents (INTEL_RAPID-STORAGE-TECHNOLO_A07_R291720.exe)

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*  Installation Readme for 

*  Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology (Intel(R) RST).

*

*  Refer to the system requirements for the operating 

*  systems supported by Intel Rapid Storage Technology.

*

*  This document makes references to products developed by

*  Intel. There are some restrictions on how these products

*  may be used, and what information may be disclosed to

*  others. Please read the Disclaimer section at the bottom

*  of this document, and contact your Intel field

*  representative if you would like more information.

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*  Intel is making no claims of usability, efficacy or 

*  warranty. The INTEL SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT contained

*  herein completely defines the license and use of this 

*  software.

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*  CONTENTS OF THIS DOCUMENT

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This document contains the following sections:



1.  Overview

2.  System Requirements

3.  Language Support

4.  Determining the System Mode

5.  Installing the Software

6.  Verifying Installation of the Software

7.  Advanced Installation Instructions

8.  Identifying the Software Version Number

9.  Uninstalling the Software

10. Entering the Option ROM User Interface

11. Option ROM RAID Volume Management

12. Options to RESET the RAID volume in Option ROM

13. Verifying the Version of the Option ROM Software   





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* 1.  OVERVIEW

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Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology is designed to provide 

functionality for the following Storage Controllers:

    RAID Controllers:

    - Intel(R) Desktop/Workstation/Server Express Chipset SATA RAID Controller

    - Intel(R) Mobile Express Chipset SATA RAID Controller

    - Intel(R) ESB2 SATA RAID Controller  

    - Intel(R) ICH7MDH SATA RAID Controller

    - Intel(R) ICH7R/DH SATA RAID Controller   

       

    AHCI Controllers:

    - Intel(R) Desktop/Workstation/Server Express Chipset SATA AHCI Controller

    - Intel(R) Mobile Express Chipset SATA AHCI Controller

    - Intel(R) 5 Series/3400 Series SATA AHCI Controller

    - Intel(R) 5 Series 4 Port SATA AHCI Controller

    - Intel(R) 5 Series 6 Port SATA AHCI Controller

    - Intel(R) ICH10D/DO SATA AHCI Controller 

    - Intel(R) ICH10R SATA AHCI Controller

    - Intel(R) EP80579 SATA AHCI Controller

    - Intel(R) ICH9M-E/M SATA AHCI Controller

    - Intel(R) ICH9R/DO/DH SATA AHCI Controller

    - Intel(R) ICH8M-E/M SATA AHCI Controller

    - Intel(R) ICH8R/DH/DO SATA AHCI Controller

    - Intel(R) ESB2 SATA AHCI Controller

    - Intel(R) ICH7M/MDH SATA AHCI Controller

    - Intel(R) ICH7R/DH SATA AHCI Controller

    

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* 2.  SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

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1.  The system must contain one of the Intel controllers listed in 

    section 1 above and one of the following processors:

    - Intel(R) vPro

    - Intel(R) Celeron

    - Intel(R) Pentium    

    



2.  The system must be running on one of the following

    operating systems:

    - Microsoft Windows 7*

    - Microsoft Windows 7* x64-bit Edition** 

    - Microsoft Vista*

    - Microsoft Vista* x64-bit Edition**    

    - Microsoft Windows Server* 2008

    - Microsoft Windows Server* 2008 x64-bit Edition**

    - Microsoft Windows XP* Home Edition

    - Microsoft Windows XP* Professional

    - Microsoft Windows XP* x64-bit Edition**

    - Microsoft Windows Server* 2003

    - Microsoft Windows Server* 2003, 

      Web x64-bit Edition**

    - Microsoft Windows Server* 2003, 

      Standard x64-bit Edition**

    - Microsoft Windows Server* 2003, 

      Enterprise x64-bit Edition**

    - Microsoft Windows Media Center* Edition





3.  The following operating systems are not supported:



    Any version of the following Microsoft operating systems:

    - MS-DOS

    - Microsoft Windows 3.1*

    - Microsoft Windows NT 3.51*

    - Microsoft Windows 95*

    - Microsoft Windows 98*

    - Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition* (Me)

    - Microsoft Windows NT 4.0*

    - Microsoft Windows 2000 Datacenter Server*

    - Microsoft Windows 2000* Professional

    - Microsoft Windows 2000* Advanced Server



    Any version of the following operating systems:

    - Linux*

    - UNIX*

    - BeOS*

    - MacOS*

    - OS/2*





4.  The system should contain at least the minimum system 

    memory required by the operating system.



5.  The 'Intel(R) Chipset Software Installation Utility'

    must be installed prior to installing 

    Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology.







* Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.

** If the system is running Windows* 64-bit version, 

        the Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology driver supporting 

        64-bit must be used.



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* 3.  LANGUAGE SUPPORT

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Below is a list of the languages (and their abbreviations)

for which the Intel Rapid Storage Technology software has 

been localized. The language code is listed in parentheses 

after each language.



ARA: Arabic (Saudi Arabia)   (0401)

CHS: Chinese (Simplified)      (0804)

CHT: Chinese (Traditional)     (0404)

CSY: Czech                              (0405)

DAN: Danish                           (0406)

NLD: Dutch                             (0413)

ENU: English (United States) (0409)

FIN: Finnish                            (040B)

FRA: French (International)   (040C)

DEU: German                         (0407)

ELL: Greek                             (0408)

HEB: Hebrew                         (040D)

HUN: Hungarian                    (040E)

ITA: Italian                             (0410)

JPN: Japanese                         (0411)

KOR: Korean                          (0412)

NOR: Norwegian                    (0414)

PLK: Polish                            (0415)

PTB: Portuguese (Brazil)       (0416)

PTG: Portuguese (Standard)   (0816)

RUS: Russian                          (0419)

ESP: Spanish                          (0C0A)

SVE: Swedish                        (041D)

THA: Thai                             (041E)

TRK: Turkish                        (041F)





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* 4.  DETERMINING THE SYSTEM MODE

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To use this Readme effectively, you will need to know what 

mode your system is in. The easiest way to determine the 

mode is to identify how the SATA controller is 

presented within the Device Manager. The following 

procedure will guide you through determining the mode.

1.  On the Start menu, select Control Panel.



In Microsoft Windows XP*:



2.  Double-click 'System' from the Classic View.



3.  Select the 'Hardware' tab.



4.  Click 'Device Manager'.



5.  In the Device Manager window, look for an entry named 

    SCSI and RAID Controllers. If this entry is present, 

    expand it and look for one of the controllers listed 

    in the Overview Section 1. If the controller identified is 

    a RAID controller, then the system is in RAID mode.





In Microsoft Windows Vista* or higher:

    

2.  Double-click 'System' from the Classic View (or the 

    small or large icon view in Microsoft Windows 7*).



3.  Select 'Device Manager' in the left pane.



4.  In the Device Manager window, look for an entry named 

    Storage Controllers. If this entry is present, expand it

    and look for one of the controllers listed 

    in the Overview Section1. If the controller identified is 

    a RAID controller, then the system is in RAID mode.



    

5.  If none of the controllers above are shown, 

    then the system is not running in RAID mode and 

    you should continue with step 6 below.



6.  From the Device Manager, look for an entry named 

    'IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers'. If this entry is present, 

    expand it and look for one of the controllers listed 

    in the Overview Section1. If an AHCI controller is 

    identified, then the system is in AHCI mode.



    If none of the controllers above are shown, then 

    your system is not in AHCI mode. No other modes are  

    supported by Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology 

    and you should continue with step 7 below.



7.  Your system does not appear to be running in RAID or 

    AHCI mode. If you feel that your system is running in 

    RAID or AHCI mode and you do not see any of the 

    controllers listed above, you may choose to contact 

    your system manufacturer or place of purchase for 

    assistance.





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* 5.  INSTALLING THE SOFTWARE

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5.1 General Installation Notes



1.  If you are installing the operating system on a system

    configured for RAID or AHCI mode, you must pre-install 

    the Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology driver using the 

    F6 installation method described in section 5.3.



2.  The 'Intel(R) Chipset Software Installation Utility' 

    must be installed on the system after a supported 

    Microsoft Windows* operating system has been installed.



3.  To install Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology, 

    double-click on the self-extracting and self-installing 

    setup file and answer all prompts presented.



4.  By default, all installed files (readme.txt, help, etc.) 

    are copied to the following path: 

    

    <bootdrive>\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology



	

5.2 Windows Automated Installer* Installation from Hard 

    Drive or CD-ROM

    

Note: This method is applicable to systems configured for 

      RAID or AHCI mode.



1.  Download the Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology setup file

    and double-click to self-extract and to begin the setup 

    process.



2.  The Welcome window appears. Click  Next  to continue.



3.  The Uninstallation Warning window appears. Click  Next  

    to continue.



4.  The Software License Agreement window appears. If you 

    agree to these terms, click  Yes  to continue.



5.  The Readme File Information window appears. Click  Next 

    to continue.



6.  The Choose Destination Location window appears.

    Click  Next  to continue.



7.  The Select Program Folder window appears. Click  Next  

    to continue installing the driver.



8.  If the Windows Automated Installer* Wizard Complete window 

    is shown without a prompt to restart the system, click 

     Finish  and proceed to step 9. If it is shown with a 

    prompt to restart the system, select  Yes, I want to 

    restart my computer now.  (selected by default) and 

    click  Finish . Once the system has restarted,

    proceed to step 9.



9.  To verify that the driver was loaded correctly, refer 

    to section 6.





5.3 Pre-Installation Using the F6 Method. 



Note: The Steps 1 and 2 can be skipped if you use the F6 Floppy

      disk utility provided by Intel. These methods 

      are applicable to systems configured for RAID or 

      AHCI mode.



1.  Extract all driver files from the installation package.

    See section 7.2 for instructions on extracting the 

    files.



2.  Create a floppy* containing the following files in the root 

    directory:

    iaAhci.inf, iaAhci.cat,

    iaStor.inf, iaStor.cat,

    iaStor.sys, and 

    TxtSetup.oem. 



    * Note: For Windows Vista*, you can use a floppy, CD/DVD or USB.



3.  For Microsoft Windows XP*:



    - At the beginning of the operating system installation,

     press F6 to install a third party SCSI or RAID driver.



    - When prompted, select 'S' to Specify Additional Device.



    - Continue to step 5.



4.  For Microsoft Windows Vista*:



    - During the operating system installation, after selecting the 

     location to install Vista, click Load Driver to 

     install a third party SCSI or RAID driver.



    - Continue to step 5.



5.  When prompted, insert the media (floppy, CD/DVD

    or USB) you created in step 2 and press Enter.



6.  At this point you should be presented with a selection

    for one of the controllers listed in the Overview (Section 1) 

    of this document depending on your hardware version and 

    configuration.



7.  Highlight the selection that is appropriate for the 

    hardware in your system and press Enter.



8.  Press Enter again to continue. Leave the floppy disk in 

    the system until the next reboot as the software will 

    need to be copied from the floppy disk again when setup

    is copying files.





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* 6.  VERIFYING INSTALLATION OF THE SOFTWARE

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6.1 Verifying Have Disk, F6, or Unattended Installation: 

    depending on your system configuration, refer to the 

    appropriate sub-topic below:





6.1a Systems Configured for RAID Mode:



1.  On the Start menu, select Control Panel.    

2.  Open the 'System' applet (you may first 

    have to select 'Switch to Classic View').

3.  Select 'Hardware'. 

4.  Click 'Device Manager'.

5.  Expand the 'Storage Controllers' entry (for Windows Vista* or later) or 

    'SCSI and RAID Controllers' entry (for Windows XP*).

6.  Right-click on Intel(R) SATA RAID Controller.    

7.  Select 'Properties'.

8.  Select the 'Driver' tab.

9.  Click 'Driver Details'.

10. If the 'iaStor.sys' file is displayed, the installation 

    was successful.





6.1b Systems Configured for AHCI Mode:



 

1.  On the Start menu, select Control Panel.

2.  Open the 'System' applet (you may first 

    have to select 'Switch to Classic View').

3.  Select'Hardware'.

4.  Click 'Device Manager'.

5.  Expand the 'IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers' entry.

6.  Right-click on Intel(R) SATA AHCI Controller.

7.  Select 'Properties'.

8.  Select the 'Driver' tab.

9.  Click 'Driver Details'.

10. If the 'iaStor.sys' file is displayed, the installation 

    was successful.





6.2 Verifying Microsoft Windows Automated Installer* or 'Package for 

    the Web' Installations:



1.  Click Start.

2.  Locate and select 'Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology'.     

3.  The Intel Rapid Storage Technology application should 

    launch.

4.  If the application does not launch, the Intel(R) 

    Rapid Storage Technology driver was not installed 

    properly and setup needs to be run. 



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* 7.  ADVANCED INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

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7.1 Available Setup Flags:



    -?             The installer presents a dialog showing

                   all the supported setup flags (shown 

                   here) and their usage, then quits without

		   installing. 

    -A             Extracts driver and readme files (does 

		   not install driver) to <path> if -P is also 

                   supplied; otherwise, the files are

                   extracted to the default location.

    -B             The installer will automatically reboot without

		   prompting after the installation completes. This

		   is only applicable when used with the -s switch.

    -G <LCID>      Forces a particular language install 

                   (See section 3 for a table mapping 

                   <LCID> to language).

    -Nodrv         Does not install Intel(R) RST driver.

    -Noicc         Does not install the Intel(R) Control Center (Intel(R) CC).

    -NoIRSTGUI     Does not create a start menu shortcut for the 

		   UI console. Using this switch also disables Intel(R) CC 

		   installation. Intel(R) CC is not removed if it is already 

		   installed.

    -Noservice     Does not install the Event Monitor Service. This means

		   that UI components also do not get installed.

    -Notray	   Prevents the monitor applet from launching on 

		   every reboot.

    -Overwrite     The installer will downgrade without interaction

		   from the user.

    -P <path>      Changes default directory location for application

		   files and supplies target path when combined with

		   -A flag.				

    -report <path> Changes the default log path.

    -S             Silent install (no user prompts or Intel RST user interface

		   display). If used in combination with -B, the installer 

		   will automatically reboot.

    -ver           Displays driver versions.		

     



Notes:  Flags and their parameters are not case-sensitive.

        Flags may be supplied in any order, with the 

        exception of the -S and -G, which must be 

        supplied last. When using the -A flag, a target 

        path may be specified via the -P flag, 

        -G, -S, and -N flags are ignored. When using the 

        -P flags, there should be space 

        between the flag and the argument.



7.2 Use one of the following command examples to extract the 

    driver files from the different package types:



      c:\iata_cd.exe -a -a -p c:\<path>

      c:\iata_enu.exe -a -a -p c:\<path>

      c:\setup.exe -a -p c:\<path>



    When the command is run, the installer executes and a prompt will

    display to confirm that files were extracted successfully; This 

    will not install the driver; it will only extract the driver files 

    to <path>. After the extraction is completed, the driver 

    files can be found in <path>\Driver.



7.3 To install the RAID driver on Microsoft Windows XP*, as outlined in the Microsoft

    document 'Deployment Guide Automating Windows NT Setup', 

    use the supplied TXTSETUP.OEM file included in this 

    package and insert the lines shown in step 7.3a and 

    7.3b below into the UNATTEND.TXT file. This method is 

    available for Microsoft Windows XP* and

    Windows Server* 2003. Before you begin, iaAhci.inf, 

    iaAhci.cat, iaStor.inf, iaStor.cat, iaStor.sys, and 

    Txtsetup.oem files will need to be extracted from the 

    setup files. To extract these files, use the method 

    described in section 7.2 above.



7.3a Systems Configured for RAID Mode

    Note: An example is shown below. Depending upon your system

    hardware configuration, please update the text 

    with the correct RAID controller name using the list in the 

    Overview (Section 1) of this document. 

    

    // Insert the lines below into the UNATTEND.TXT file

      

    [MassStorageDrivers]

    "Intel(R) 82801IR/IO SATA RAID Controller" = OEM

 

    [OEMBootFiles]

    iaStor.inf

    iaStor.sys

    iaStor.cat

    Txtsetup.oem





7.3b Systems Configured for AHCI Mode



Note: An example is shown below. Depending upon your system

    hardware configuration, please update the text 

    with the correct AHCI controller name using the list in the 

    Overview (Section 1) of this document. 



    // Insert the lines below into the UNATTEND.TXT file



    [MassStorageDrivers]

    "Intel(R) 82801IR/IO SATA AHCI Controller" = OEM

 

    [OEMBootFiles]

    iaAhci.inf

    iaStor.sys

    iaAhci.cat

    Txtsetup.oem



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* 8.  IDENTIFYING THE SOFTWARE VERSION NUMBER

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8.1 Use the following steps to identify the software version 

    number following a Have Disk, F6, or unattended 

    installation.





8.1a Systems Configured for RAID Mode:



1.  On the Start menu, select Control Panel.    

2.  Open the 'System' applet (you may first 

    have to select 'Switch to Classic View').

3.  Select 'Hardware'. 

4.  Click 'Device Manager'.

5.  Expand the 'SCSI and RAID Controllers' entry.

6.  Right-click on the Intel(R) RAID Controller present.

7.  Select 'Properties'.

8.  Select the 'Driver' tab.

9.  The software version should be displayed after

    'Driver Version:'.





8.1b Systems Configured for AHCI Mode:



1.  On the Start menu, select Control Panel.

2.  Open on the 'System' applet (you may first 

    have to select 'Switch to Classic View').

3.  Select 'Hardware'. 

4.  Click 'Device Manager'.

5.  Expand the 'IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers' entry.

6.  Right-click on the Intel(R) SATA AHCI Controller present.     

7.  Select 'Properties'.

8.  Select the 'Driver' tab.

9.  The software version is displayed after

    'Driver Version:'.





8.2 Identify the software version for Windows Automated 

    Installer* or 'Package for the Web' Installations:



1.  Click Start.

2.  Locate and select 'Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology'. 

3.  The Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology application should 

    launch.

4.  From the application, click  Help . The Help user interface should launch.

5.  From the Help window, click  About . The software version is displayed. 

    





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* 9.  UNINSTALLING THE SOFTWARE

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9a. UNINSTALLATION OF NON-DRIVER COMPONENTS

The removal of this software from the system will render any 

SATA disks inaccessible by the operating system;

therefore, the uninstallation procedure will only uninstall 

non-critical components of this software (user interface, 

start menu links, etc.). To remove critical components, see

section 9b. 



Use the following procedure to uninstall the software:



1.  On the Start menu, select Control Panel.

2.  Click  Add or Remove Programs  (for Windows XP*) or 

 Uninstall a program  (for Windows Vista* or higher). Locate and 

select Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology.

3.  Click  Remove  (for Windows XP*) or right-click the application 

name, and then click  Uninstall  (for Windows Vista* or higher).

4.  The uninstall program will start. Click through the

options for the uninstallation.



9b. UNINSTALLATION OF DRIVER COMPONENTS

The removal of this software from the system will render any 

SATA disks inaccessible by the operating system.

Back up any important data before completing these steps.

 

1) If the system is in RAID mode, delete any RAID volumes

using the Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology - option ROM

user interface.

2) Reboot the system.

3) Enter the system BIOS (usually done by pressing a key 

such as 'F2' or 'Delete' during system boot).

4) Disable 'Intel(R) RAID Technology' and 'SATA AHCI mode'.

5) Reinstall the operating system.

 

Note: If you experience any difficulties making these 

changes to the system BIOS, please contact the motherboard

manufacturer or your place of purchase for assistance.

 

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* 10.  ENTERING THE OPTION ROM USER INTERFACE

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Use the following steps to enter the Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology 

Manager - option ROM user interface:



1. Boot the system.

2. Press CTRL-I when the 

   'Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology - option ROM vX.y.w.zzzz' 

   banner screen appears.



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* 11.  OPTION ROM RAID VOLUME MANAGEMENT

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The Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology - option ROM provides 

pre-OS RAID volume management which enables the following:



1. Create RAID Volume

   Use this option to create one or two RAID volumes.



2. Delete RAID Volume

   Use this option to delete a RAID volume.



3. Reset Disks to Non-RAID 

   Use this option to reset a RAID configuration to a 

   non-RAID configuration.



4. Recovery Volume Options

   If a recovery volume is present, use this option to 

        a. Disable Continuous Update

        b. Enable Only Recovery Disk

        c. Enable Only Master Disk





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* 12.  OPTIONS TO RESET THE RAID VOLUME IN OPTION ROM

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Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology - option ROM user interface provides 

two methods for resetting the RAID volume:

1. Delete RAID Volume

2. Reset Disks to Non-RAID

   Differences between the options are noted below. Users are 

   advised to select the option based on the situation.



12.1 Delete RAID Volume



     When a RAID volume is deleted, RAID metadata on the 

     participating disks is erased and sector zero is cleared;

     as a result, the partition table and file system related data 

     are reset. Windows installer will not see any invalid data 

     at the time of OS installation. This is the recommended 

     method for reconfiguring the RAID volume and installing OS 

     on it.



12.2 Reset Disks to Non-RAID



     This option is used to reset the metadata on the disk which 

     participates in more than one RAID volume in single 

     operation. It should be used if 'Delete RAID Volume' option 

     fails for any reason and to reset a disk that has been 

     marked as Spare and offline member. When a disk in the RAID 

     volume is reset to non-RAID, RAID metadata is erased. 

     However, partition table and file system related data still 

     exists, which may be invalid. This might cause Windows 

     installer to misinterpret the information available on the 

     'reset disk' at the time of installation. This could result 

     in unexpected behavior in OS installation.





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* 13.  VERIFYING THE VERSION OF THE OPTION ROM SOFTWARE

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1. Use the following steps to identify the version number of

   the Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology - option ROM:



   - Enter the Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology - option ROM user 

     interface using the steps detailed in section 10.

   - The software version will be displayed in the user 

     interface banner:

     'Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology - option ROM X.y.w.zzzz'



     X.y.w.zzzz is the version number of the option ROM 

     installed on your system.

     X.y.w - Product release number

     X     - Major number

     y     - Minor number

     w     - Hotfix number

     zzzz  - Build number



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GOVERNMENT RESTRICTED RIGHTS. The Software is provided with "RESTRICTED RIGHTS." Use, duplication, or disclosure by the Government is subject to restrictions as set forth in FAR52.227-14 and DFAR252.227-7013 et seq. or their successors. Use of the Software by the Government constitutes acknowledgment of Intel's proprietary rights therein. Contractor or Manufacturer is Intel Corporation, 2200 Mission College Blvd., Santa Clara, CA 95052.

 

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Download Driver Pack

How To Update Drivers Manually

After your driver has been downloaded, follow these simple steps to install it.

  • Expand the archive file (if the download file is in zip or rar format).

  • If the expanded file has an .exe extension, double click it and follow the installation instructions.

  • Otherwise, open Device Manager by right-clicking the Start menu and selecting Device Manager.

  • Find the device and model you want to update in the device list.

  • Double-click on it to open the Properties dialog box.

  • From the Properties dialog box, select the Driver tab.

  • Click the Update Driver button, then follow the instructions.

Very important: You must reboot your system to ensure that any driver updates have taken effect.

For more help, visit our Driver Support section for step-by-step videos on how to install drivers for every file type.

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