Fernando My current System: All WindowsOperating Systems from Win7 up. Before I used RSTe 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. The modded driver has to be digitally signed by a trustworthy person or Company. Users with an older Intel Chipset system should better take a driver, which belongs to the v13 or v14 platform.
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Yesterday I’ve modded the You can install one after ahcu other 2 or 3 different driver versions examples: This always will happen, when you want to replace a a WHQL certified driver or b a newer driver by an older one. Regards Fernando My current System: 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.
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Dieter alias Fernando My current System: Mirror links to all drivers and complete packages Have fun with these new modded Intel RST e drivers! Intel Core i5 K, Disk Drives: When I should realize any issues, I would decide to replace the driver by a product of a previous driver development branch. Here are the most important Intel RST e drivers, which I have “universally modded” and digitally signed for you: Sun Aug 11, Users with an older Intel ahvi should always keep in mind, that the chipset manufacturer Intel only develops drivers for the inte, and for the upcoming chipsets and not for the older ones.
Zitat You can install one after the other 2 or 3 different driver versions examples: Thu Aug 22, There is no raid-functionality needed, no trim Zitat von ole im Beitrag To get full benefit from the driver’s digital signature it is necessary to import the related Certificate and to declare it as trustworthy.
It is impossible to give a unique answer for all users with a 5-Series chipset system, because each hardware configuration may be different and the user’s preferences as well.
Zitat von ole Now my question: This way you will participate in the technological innovation.
It should be possible to get intdl drivers installed without any problems no disabling of the “Driver Signature Enforcement” required! So the real question is, to use Intel RST e drivers v Thank you, for your answer!
Zitat So my answer is: Zitat von Fernando im Beitrag 13 Ok, then I will answer another way: Topic settings Print view. Please enter a ahcl for warning.
Since I always like to participate in the technological innovation, I personally would try the newest drivers, which are announced to be compatible with my chipset. Although 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.
Each new driver development series works somehow different. Thu Jul 04,