Windows 10: Windows 10 thinks my 2 Raid 0 SATA hard drives are SST, can't defrag
That's it exactly!! Looks like Intel needs to get their act (keeping it clean) together. I guess I can live with the manual command " defrag c: /U /V /H " until Intel makes an update.
I guess I can always haul out my old Commodore Vic20 if things get worse!
Thanks, everyone for your help! Should I leave the post unsolved for now?
Glad to have helped (sort of...)
Would you believe I just got a call from MS asking if they could continue with the assistance, (yes I did disconnect them) I did decline knowing that they probably won't be able to help, so they did give me a case number for the future if I do need assistance with this issue later. I got to give them credit for trying to help!
Mrbill57 (the old guy) LOL
Oh! E for effort! LOL Actually, you could have told them to raise this to level II, that the problem has been identified, IRST, the thread, etc., and MS would put the heat on Intel to get that driver issue sorted once and for all.
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