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Could you help me sort this out so it’s really sure I get the right driver? But maybe this is not the relevant hardware info in question? Support for RST is definitely available. The question is what do you want to do with it? So the question now is if there is such contgoller RST driver available?
RST compatible for Dell Latitude E? |Intel Communities
AHCI Supported Chipsets
The earlier version EDIT There is an earlier version Frist – why I would like to run the RST: You can not post a blank message. I could find satq of them in the specifications, which I think is quite stragne.
I’ve understood that the driver I’ll have to install should be done on to the Win XP Mode installation. But I’m still not convinced though ssata the driver is supported for my computer – or sure about which one of the version you mean will work for me: So, it suddenly came to me, I would maybe rather get a RST-driver for Windows XP to get this to work if there is any such driver – but if so, I don’t know how to install that driver since I can’t get Windows XP Mode to install if it isn’t possible to install the driver i advance – as part of the Win XP installation.
Only the base OS should need it. Please enter a title.
The prerequisites for latest RST Version Loooking at the prerequisites for RST Version: There is an earlier version But I’m still not convinced though if the driver is supported for my computer – or sure about which one of the version you mean will work for me:.
Listen, where are you getting this so-called sage advice?
I got the pic. I hope this helps, but I frankly don’t give it much chance.
Supported Intel® Chipsets and Controller Hubs
This content has been marked as final. Hopfully some one here knows if it will work for my E The system must contain one of the Intel controllers listed in.
I am starting to think that they don’t know what they are talking about You can only use it with connected SATA drives and, in a laptop, you can typically only install a SATA drive in one bay which makes the feature almost useless One later poster discusses yesterday the issues with getting RST working in environment such as my system. Try this version it is v Go aata original post. If you truly have a Core iU processor, then this Device Manager result should not be possible.
Thankfully hoping to get this straightend out. Bertil Oldenburg, ,