Windows 10 and Intel Rapid Storage Technology


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    Windows 10 and Intel Rapid Storage Technology


    First off, Does RST work with Windows 10?

    I can install it and open it, I just don't see the Accelerate option

    Asus G750JW, HM87 Chipset
    1TB HDD boot drive
    installed a 60GB SSD that I want to use Intel's RST for SSD caching

    I've tried about 5 different solutions from different forums
    So hit me with your best options
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    I just found this thread that says Rapid Start discontinued, no support for Win10

    but then in the bottom of the thread it says there is a native option in Win10.
    Anyone know anything?

    How to install and configure Intel Rapid Respon... | Intel Communities
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    As near as I can tell from my research, Intel Rapid Start Technology is no longer necessary with Windows 10 and is not supported by it. So, how do I get that annoying popup to stop that keeps telling me I don't have IRST anymore?

    Thanks.
    Maureen
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    On my system being a ASUS G74SX-3DE Laptop, I installed Intel Rapid Storage Technology Version 12.9.4.1000 WHQL which is the last version that supports my chipset under Windows 10 10240 which works fine in 10240. After Windows Update updated the system to 10586.14, Intel RST still exists in Program and Features but the files and directory don't exist. I tried installing Intel Rapid Storage Technology Version 12.9.4.1000 WHQL using the setup executable and it says successfully installed, however, Intel RST is not in Program and Features and the files and directory where it installs to does not exist. What is the Windows 10 native support and isn't RST supposed to provide better transfer rates to the storage devices and also RAID?
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