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Bertil Oldenburg, You can not post a blank message. The intfl for latest RST Version So, it suddenly came to me, I would maybe rather get a RST-driver for Windows XP to get this to work if there is any such driver – but if so, I don’t know how to install that driver since I can’t get Windows XP Mode to install if it isn’t possible to install the driver i advance – as part of ifh9m Win XP installation.
Listen, where are you getting this so-called sage advice? If you truly have a Core iU processor, then this Device Manager result should not be possible.
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I’ve understood that the driver I’ll have to install should be done on to the Win XP Mode installation. Support for RST is definitely available.
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EDIT There is an earlier version But maybe this is not the relevant hardware info in question? Thanks anyway for your support!
Thankfully hoping to get this straightend out. Frist – why I would like to run the RST: But I’m still not convinced though if the driver is supported for my computer – or sure about which one of the version you mean will work for me:.
RST compatible for Dell Latitude E? |Intel Communities
Could you help me sort this out so it’s really sure I get the right driver? Please type your message and try again. The question is what do you want to do with it?
I am starting to think that they don’t know what they are talking about Saya is an earlier version Go to original post. Only the base OS should need it. Please enter a title. Hopfully some one here knows if it will work for my E One later poster discusses yesterday the issues with getting RST working in environment such as my system. Try this version it is v Thanks for reply Scott!
So the question now is if there is such a RST driver available? The system must contain one of the Intel controllers listed in.
xata You can only use it with connected SATA drives and, in a laptop, you can typically only install a SATA drive in one bay which makes the feature almost useless