Windows 10: Help with Intel series 7 SATA AHCI Controller Drive for windows 10
Help with Intel series 7 SATA AHCI Controller Drive for windows 10
Hi, bit of a long shot, not sure if anyone will be able to help me.
I remember a good few years back i would always use the latest SATA or matrix / RST drivers and would always update them regularly, Iím pretty sure i have had newer drivers on my laptop in the past than what i have now, i cannot find any though, every time i try to install any of the above they always say not supported on my laptop, the drivers that are currently installed are:
Driver Version: 22.214.171.1242
They are very old and would like to be able to use any newer ones that would benefit me, the rest of my laptop is up to date, just not that.
Even when i run Intel software update utility it finds nothing new for it.
My laptop is Lenovo Edge E530.
I am running windows 10 64 Bit Pro
If anyone can help at all that would be great.
Intel RST v126.96.36.1996 WHQL are still recommended for older systems but I use 188.8.131.520 (X99) or 184.108.40.2061 (X58) as seen at the bottom of the 1st post of this Thread on WinRaid ...
220.127.116.110 for the Mobile 7 series ........ drivers are available there too.
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