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ole258
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    • ole258 has written a new post "Modded Intel AHCI and RAID Drivers (digitally signed)" 05.03.2015

      In the pack of 14.x.x (x64) is no cert. included.

      I have import the cert oft the pack 12.x.x., but same behavior.

      Anyway - I have installed drivers by disableing signature-check and noticed once again, that 11.x.x. is the ulimate best driver for ICH9M.

    • ole258 has written a new post "[Tips+Discussion] Usage of "mod+signed" Drivers" 05.03.2015

      Hello Dieter,

      I want to use ">64bit Intel RSTe AHCI & RAID drivers v14.0.0.1095 mod & signed by Fernando<" on Win8.1.

      For me the driver's doesn't work, because they are not dig. signed as provided!

      Any idea?

    • ole258 has written a new post "Which are the "best" Intel AHCI/RAID drivers?" 04.01.2014

      @ Fernando:
      Thank you very much.

      So I think, I will use 11.2.0.1006

      Zitat
      The newer Intel RST(e) drivers from v11.5 up have a totally different functionality, because they use an additional SCSI filter driver.



      I know, but for me, SCSI-Filter wasn't installed in drivers 11.5 up. There only was one entry in device manager an no iastorf-service was running and also no iastorf-registry-entrys where present.

    • ole258 has written a new post "Which are the "best" Intel AHCI/RAID drivers?" 03.30.2014

      Hello Fernando,

      is your recommendation of #1 only valid/important for raid-systems, or single-systems, too?

      I use lenovo T500 with ICH9M, so you recommend 11.2.0.1006

      I have tried all RST(e)-drivers (incl. 13) and don't notice any issues.

      So anyhow should I use 11.2.0.1006? Or maybe there will be some advantage in one of the 12.-versions, because of some bugfixes?

    • ole258 has written a new post "Modded Intel AHCI and RAID Drivers (digitally signed)" 08.22.2013

      Zitat von Fernando im Beitrag #13
      Ok, then I will answer another way:
      If I were you, I would prefer an actual Intel OROM/driver combination. This way you will participate in the technological innovation.



      Vs. your comment like this:

      Zitat

      General personal statements:

      The newest drivers are not always the best. Even if they should be the best for some hardware configurations, this is not automaticly valid for all hardware configurations.
      Users with an older Intel chipset should always keep in mind, that the chipset manufacturer Intel only develops drivers for the newest and for the upcoming chipsets and not for the older ones. Although many of the new drivers are backwards compatible with older AHCI and RAID Controllers, they are not or may not be optimized for them.



      So the real question is, to use Intel RST(e) drivers v11.7.4.1001 WHQL dated 03/05/2013 (for 5-Series) or always the newest?

    • ole258 has written a new post "Modded Intel AHCI and RAID Drivers (digitally signed)" 08.11.2013

      Zitat
      You can install one after the other 2 or 3 different driver versions (examples: v11.2.0.1006, 11.7.4.1001 and 12.8.0.1016) and compare them regarding stability and performance. If you do not realize performance differences, you can run a benchmark tool like HDTune or CrystalDiskMark.

      Till now, stability is very good - but I never had problems with stability in older versions, too.

      Differences in performance are so minimalistic*, that the can't noticed by real performance - only by benchmark. (* You surely knows, that new RSTe-driver wil not boost my HDD to SSD-performance)

      You surely will agree, that it's care a pap, if Transfer-Rate is about 85 MB/s, 88 MB/s or 83 MB/s.

    • ole258 has written a new post "Modded Intel AHCI and RAID Drivers (digitally signed)" 08.10.2013

      Zitat
      So my answer is: You have to test it yourself and report here regarding your results.

      Okay - but what can/should I test?

      First of all, the driver should not cause any problems/bsod.

      With one single hdd, the capabilities are limitied and also maybe problems: There is no raid-functionality needed, no trim...

      Zitat
      nobody at Intel cares actually about Pre-5-Series Intel Chipsets and your ICH9M SATA AHCI Controller, when they are going to develop new AHCI or RAID drivers

      Is it possible, that older Controller will be "untouched" by newer RSTe-drivers and they have the same functionality as older Vs.?

      (Sorry for my poor englisch - my german is much better)

    • ole258 has written a new post "Modded Intel AHCI and RAID Drivers (digitally signed)" 08.10.2013

      Thank you, for your answer!

    • ole258 has written a new post "Modded Intel AHCI and RAID Drivers (digitally signed)" 08.10.2013

      Hello everybode, hello Fernando!

      I have just a question: I use Lenovo ThinkPad T500 with ICH9M-Chipset and only simple 320GB-Single-HDD.

      Normaly I'm a "driver-junkie" and I always want to install newest driver for each device - so, as I searched for RST-drivers, I found these page with modded RST-drivers.

      Before I used RSTe 11.7.4.1001 and it work's without any problems.

      Yesterday I've modded the 12.8.0.1016 and installed, and they worked also without problems (first tests).

      Now my question: Is there any real advantage in my case (Single-HDD), to use RSTe-driver higher 11.7.4.1001?

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