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koitsu
Posts: 1 | Last online: 09.19.2017
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    • Has anyone tried the "Latest RST(e) v15.5 Series drivers" (specifically 64-bit, v15.5.2.1054, AHCI, on Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 x64 on a Z270 board, fresh install (drivers slipstreamed with dism)) and verified that there aren't errors in the Event Log? I tried v15.5.0.1051 a few weeks ago (note the version number) and found the Event Log filled with errors, specifically for the iaStorAfs Filter Driver. Taken from my personal notes:

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      NOTE: Do not get v15.5.0.1051 WHQL drivers. These continually emit a very strange error in the Windows Event Log, type System, talking about how the iaStorAfs Filter Driver did something bad. Even on a fresh OS install there are many of these. iaStorAfs, whatever it is, was introduced between v15.2 and v15.5. Stick with v15.2.15.1058 WHQL.

      I see v15.5.2.1054 contains many references and files pertaining to iaStorAfs and a new service directly interconnected to it, just as v15.5.0.1051 did. I have no such problem with v15.2.15.1058 (there is no such iaStorAfs involvement).

      Thanks!

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