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StroppyOz
Posts: 4 | Last online: 08.20.2017
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    • StroppyOz has written a new post "HDD instabilities after BIOS update" 07.18.2017

      Have uninstalled RST and left it using the MS Standard AHCI Controller to see what does or doesn't happen. Will report back.

    • StroppyOz has written a new post "HDD instabilities after BIOS update" 07.17.2017

      When i did the install, I used the F6 option to load the RST INF drivers. BIOS was set to AHCI at that time and was never changed (aside from when i checked the firmware version). Are you saying I don't even need to do that if I only use AHCI?

    • StroppyOz has written a new post "HDD instabilities after BIOS update" 07.17.2017

      @Fernando @plutomaniac - guys, thanks for your feedback and my apologies for miss-posting. I thought it might have been MEI due to it being related to resume.

      I've never had these issues before despite modding BIOS well before EFI and UBU came on to the scene, so had not prepared to do only change at a time.
      Just checked BIOS and the RST firmware is v15.2.0.2647. I use AHCI if that matters.
      I've uninstalled Magician but it's made no difference as a drive is still dropped after resuming from sleep. Haven't uninstalled RST yet (downgraded the driver originally to a lesser v15 to see if that helped but it didn't).

      On my office PC i run both RST and magician without an issue, so I saw no harm in running them both.

      I'm also getting a lot of timeouts on services when resuming.

      Should I do a reinstall??

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