Windows 10: How to install intel rapid storage driver on windows 10?

  1.    20 Jun 2016 #1

    How to install intel rapid storage driver on windows 10?

    I have samsung NP300E5X-S03IN laptop. It cam with MS-DOS, but had one Driver CD for Windows 7.It had Intel Rapid Storage drivers and I installed all drivers on my windows 7, and was working fine. Now I have clean installed windows 10 on my laptop. It doesn't have that rapid storage software. I downloaded it from intel website but during installation it shows error, 'Platform not supported.' How can I install this driver in my laptop. Chipset in this laptop is intel HM75.Thanx in advance !
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       20 Jun 2016 #2

    Delete it from your hard deive. It is a hold over from Windoes 2000/XP days, which Windows did not install Software RAID drivers.

    No need for that piece of software, since XP SP3 onwards has had the RAID software built into the OS.
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