MSI P67A-G43 (B3) Intel RST Preinstall Driver 10.5.0.1027

last update:
January 16th, 2013, 15:32 GMT
developed by:
Intel
file size:
599 KB
category:
C: \ Motherboard \ Intel
platform
Windows XP / Vista / XP 64 bit / Vista 64 bit / 7 / 7 64 bit

Specifications:

Fixes:
- If a reboot occurs during a migration and the data is in the migration copy area, the OROM will fail the volume
- Dirty shutdown after max acceleration and I/O causes data miscompare
- RST user interface does not display required data loss warning for existing data on SSD when enabling acceleration
- Copyright dates incorrect
- Smart Response Technology system boot failure (corrupted OS image) after unexpected power loss
- An unexpected error message shows in the user interface when system contains an accelerated volume with SSD space existing and another volume is attempted on the same array
- RST OROM User Interface incorrectly states data will be lost on Cache Disk in Reset to Non-RAID option
- CSMI DeviceIOControl call is returning an invalid value for SATA device position number
- 0x9F BSOD in S3 test with specific SSD
- RAIDCFG32 Accelerate disk mismarked as Unknown Disk when reinserted
- No memory dump file found after the 2nd time the system crashed with an accelerated OS disk
- ZPODD doesn't respond to GESN command
- WHQL: READ CAPACITY (16) Allocation Length Test assertion failure (WLK1.6 BLOCKING)
- WHQL: READ (6) Basic Verification Test assertion failure (WLK1.6 BLOCKING)
- WHQL: MODE SENSE (6) Ensuring mandatory mode pages are supported assertion failure (WLK1.6 BLOCKING)
- WHQL: MODE SENSE (6) Checking Informational Exception Mode Page assertion failure (WLK1.6 BLOCKING)
- WHQL: ASSERTION: READ CAPACITY (10) Negative Test assertion failure (WLK1.6 BLOCKING)
- Accelerate button shows in user interface when using Windows XP
- Certain ODDs sporadically disappear at power on
- 0xD1 BSOD when trying to manually eject powered down ODD
- System sporadically failed to resume from S4
- ZPODD slot drive device does not power after Idle time
- RST user interface does not allow creation of >2TB RAID 5 with array allocation of 50% when creating the volume from a disk
- Black screen or 0x9F BSOD sporadically encountered when running extended S3 cycles
- Hot plug insertion of locked disk hangs system
- Smart Response Technology fails performance criteria for PCMark Vantage: HDD Suite
- RAID 1 Volume on 2 disk matrix array initializes when disk is added to separate matrix array
- Reboot after accelerating >2TB boot volume fails with 0xc000000f error
- Bootable RAID 1 array Failed after BSOD
- Cannot disable acceleration after accelerating a RAID Volume in Enhanced mode
- RAID5:discrepancy between OROM and user interface on degraded RAID5 volume with locked disks
- RAID10:discrepancy between OROM and user interface on degraded RAID10 volume with locked disks
- System fails to resume from hibernate after syncing in the OROM
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