Intel Rapid Storage Technology enterprise (Intel RSTe) is designed to provide functionality for the following Storage Controllers:
- Intel C600 series chipset SAS RAID (SATA mode) Controller
- Intel C600 series chipset SAS RAID Controller
SATA RAID Controllers:
- Intel C600 series chipset SATA RAID Controller
SATA AHCI Controllers:
- Intel C600 series chipset SATA AHCI Controller
This driver supports RAID 0, 1, 5 and 10. The driver should be installed after the operating system has been installed. F6 and RAID BIOS configurations need to be performed prior to installation of this driver for proper operation.
Operating system installation RSTe F6 drivers for Windows 32 and 64-bit driver versions are included.
New Features Included in this Release
- Legacy OROM Boot Behind Expander Support
RSTe SCU Legacy OROM
RSTe DOS Based RIAD Configuration Utility
- RSTe Command Line Intrace Tool Supports Clearing RAID Metadata
- Manufacturer and model number may not match between RSTe GUI and RSTe System Report
- Potential data loss when using Solid State Drives (SSDs) that do not support Power Safe Write Cache
- System may not restart automatically when prompted after Installation
- RAID Volume may be degraded after an S3 resume
- The number of drives shown and the number of SATA ports reported in Intel RSTe GUI may not be consistent
- RSTe EFI Tools may not function properly in a Secure Boot environment
- RSTe Driver Copyright date may not be correct
- Attempting to migrate a RAID Volume may result in a system failure with the Error Code of 0xD1
- SCU RAID Volume may fail during a system restart
- RSTe GUI may report an "Unknown error" after deleting a volume following a ROHI Rebuild
- RSTe UI Copyright date may not be correct.
- Serial Number of SATA Disk connected to the SCU Controller may be reported incorrectly
It is highly recommended to always use the most recent driver version available.
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Try to set a system restore point before installing a device driver. This will help if you installed a wrong driver. Problems can arise when your hardware device is too old or not supported any longer.