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    Default Re: Intel Rapid Start issues in Z68 Fatal1ty

    News!Support Brazil contacted me, giving ASrock 1.04 (I uploaded) it worked very well for patition size larger 8GB! But issue persist...However, I noticed that if I do not use Windows UEFI installation or if I have a HD with Windows preinstalled without UEFI (Even starting UEFI HD), everything works very well. Any ideas?

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    Default Re: Intel Rapid Start issues in Z68 Fatal1ty

    This is from http://forums.tweaktown.com/gigabyte...tml#post429723, yesterday.
    Intel® Rapid Storage Technology 11.2.0.1006, http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Deta...?DwnldID=21407
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    Default Re: Intel Rapid Start issues in Z68 Fatal1ty

    Finally! I just put the main HD (that contains the Rapid Start partition) in SATA 3_0 (was in the slot 3_1) and it worked! Close it.

    Note: I use beta drivers for RST. 11.5.0.1171 more specified. Others drivers give me BSOD...
    http://www.station-drivers.com/page/intel%20raid.htm

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    Default Re: Intel Rapid Start issues in Z68 Fatal1ty

    Just to comment on the Rapid Start feature, I really don't see what difference there is between it and the standard Windows Hybrid Sleep mode, or Windows Hibernation. Both save a copy of the current state of the PC on the system drive, and use it to restore the PC when it is started again. I use Windows Sleep mode, which saves the PC's state to RAM memory, so some power is used. The worst case power usage in Sleep mode would be 15 Watts, but with only two memory cards in use, the power usage is less than 5 Watts. This feature may have been created to satisfy the Eup power saving standards.

    I also wonder if this feature was created due to the common problems the Intel 6-series chipset boards have with Windows Sleep, or really waking from Sleep. My Intel P67 chipset board PC is the only PC I have used that has a Sleep issue. My ASR Z77 Ex4 board wakes from Sleep perfectly every time.

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    Default Re: Intel Rapid Start issues in Z68 Fatal1ty

    The basic difference is: no need power! Put your computer in sleep mode, unplug from power. Turn the power on and automatically it initiates Hibernation (Hybrid Sleep on) or a normal boot (Hybrid Sleep off). In both cases (in power loss), the boot time will be basically the same: slow. With Intel Rapid Start boot in less 6 seconds (Fast as native sleep mode).

    So:
    Intel Rapid Start = Sleep mode without power.

    Note: If used in conjunction with Instant Boot is perfect.

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    Default Re: Intel Rapid Start issues in Z68 Fatal1ty

    Dear all,

    About the size of SSD partition question, please kindly try install AsrRS v1.0.6 from below link to try.
    Link: ASRock > Products > Fatal1ty Z77 Professional

    If any question, please kindly contact me.
    Thanks for your help!

    Have a nice day
    ASRock TSD
    Emily

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