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    Default Re: Asrock you have lost a customer for good BYE!

    Quote Originally Posted by parsec View Post
    The "smart response" driver you mentioned is really IRST, Intel Rapid Storage Technology, their AHCI/RAID driver, that also includes the the Smart Response SSD caching option. The IRST driver on your boards download page, is Intel Rapid Storage Technology driver ver:10.8.0.1003, which is rather old, surprising it is still listed, but old drivers are typically listed by mobo manufactures. I'd still be using Intel Matrix Storage on my X58 board if I used what ASUS provides for that board.

    Intel lists, for Windows 8, IRST versions 11.7.0.1013, or 11.6.0.1030, for Z68 boards.

    When you said "... having a system BSOD when installing Intel smart Response driver on Windows 8...", what exactly do you mean? BSOD during installation or use?
    After the install the system would BSOD on startup and then damaged the windows system files so I couldn't even boot into safe mode. A fresh install was only option.

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    I was running 11.6.0.1030, just now updated 11.7.0.1013. That 10.8.0.1003 is the One that made my Windows 8 BSOD so stay well away from that if you running Windows 8.

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    Default Re: Asrock you have lost a customer for good BYE!

    Quote Originally Posted by shankly1985 View Post
    After the install the system would BSOD on startup and then damaged the windows system files so I couldn't even boot into safe mode. A fresh install was only option.
    That's usually the symptom of installing the OS in IDE mode, and then changing to AHCI mode with an AHCI compatible driver like IRST. Interesting it does a similar thing with Windows 8. If your experience is the norm, then we may be seeing a lot of that from Windows 8 users.

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    Quote Originally Posted by parsec View Post
    That's usually the symptom of installing the OS in IDE mode, and then changing to AHCI mode with an AHCI compatible driver like IRST. Interesting it does a similar thing with Windows 8. If your experience is the norm, then we may be seeing a lot of that from Windows 8 users.
    I dont use IDE To use Intel rapid storage You need to setup the BIOS for Raid then I use a SSD 60GB for caching of the Hard drive. Reason alot not been on here most probably is because most people dont use caching and jump right at SSD for main drive. Witch I find very strange I get same SSD speeds using a caching drive has someone with just a SSD but I also get the large 2TB storage.

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    My point was the same IRST driver may be used for AHCI or RAID. The result is the same if changing from IDE to AHCI or RAID, without a registry change, BSOD.

    Surprised to hear you get the same performance with a cached system, that is normally not the case. Do you have a benchmark test of that, I'd like to see it.

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    Default Re: Asrock you have lost a customer for good BYE!

    Quote Originally Posted by parsec View Post
    My point was the same IRST driver may be used for AHCI or RAID. The result is the same if changing from IDE to AHCI or RAID, without a registry change, BSOD.

    Surprised to hear you get the same performance with a cached system, that is normally not the case. Do you have a benchmark test of that, I'd like to see it.
    I didn't change though from Windows 7 to Windows 8 Has I already had Raid set.

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    Double post sorry
    Last edited by shankly1985; 12-12-2012 at 04:44 AM. Reason: Double Post

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    Default Re: Asrock you have lost a customer for good BYE!

    So do anyone from asrock ever come onto this site?

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    Default Re: Asrock you have lost a customer for good BYE!

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    Default Re: Asrock you have lost a customer for good BYE!

    Quote Originally Posted by profJim View Post
    Send a PM to ASRock TSD - Emily, provide a link to this thread and ask your specific questions.
    The majority of the support in the forum is from experienced members.
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