Windows 10: Intel Rapid Storage driver issue Solved

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  1.    16 Oct 2016 #21

    DooGie said: View Post
    Thanks for the info Kbird, think I'll download a copy of as a fall back.
    Hope it's still available on the Intel site.
    Fernando actually recommends for your P67 Chipset ...and they are working fine on my X99 too...

    Intel doesn't always have them but WinRaid always has his Best and Recommended Drivers available

    1st one under the B. 11.5 Spoiler Link is 11.7 and 2nd is 12.9.4

    You can also just download the Driver themselves there and install Via Device Manager or the Full Set with RST included , if you have a newer version of RST installed , Uninstall it 1st via Control Panel , then you can downgrade without issues.

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       17 Oct 2016 #22

    Thanks for the link Kbird :) Very useful.
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