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Forum – Modded Intel AHCI and RAID Drivers (digitally signed)
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Zitat von Fernando im Beitrag 13 Ok, then I will answer another way: Define the content of the pm-notification here.
Yesterday I’ve modded the Raif I do not really recommend to install any RST e driver from the v14, v15 or v16 platform onto systems with an old Intel chipset, interested users may try them nevertheless. Is it possible, that older Controller will be “untouched” by newer RSTe-drivers and they have the same functionality as older Vs.?
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Since I always like to participate in the technological innovation, I personally would try the newest drivers, which are announced to icy7r compatible with my chipset. Here are the download links: To get full benefit from the driver’s digital signature it is necessary to import the related Certificate and to declare it as trustworthy.
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I have just a question: You may transfer the Software only if the recipient agrees to be fully bound by these terms and if you retain no copies of the Software. No, I don’t think so. On the one hand I would answer “Yes”, because Intel’s RST driver development staff are still optimizing their products and solving issues of previous versions.
So my answer is: Intel made it really bad.
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