Windows 10: [Guide]Fix acceleration tab/ button missing in intel RST Solved

  1.    05 Mar 2015 #1

    [Guide]Fix acceleration tab/ button missing in intel RST

    well this was a help request but now i figured out something from someone so now its a guide now.
    if you have a mSSD or a SSD in general and your missing the acceleration option in RST

    Missing the acceleration option
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    What it is supposed to look like
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    Just shrink your main windows partition by 200mb and expand it back then go back to the RST page and you should have the option now.
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       22 Oct 2015 #2

    Did you have to do anything to the SSD in disk management in order for the accelerate button to show up?

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