Intel Imsm Driver Download Install Update
This thread is effectively a continuation of " Random drive fails with new Matrix Storage Manager 8. Previously the system has been running 8. Intel's Elizabeth, in post of the original thread, stated that the Win7 in-box driver is similar to 8.
However, I think that unless the "manager" part of IMSM has been separately installed the user may not be aware that it was randomly dropping drives from the array if they recover quickly.
When searching for the new RST 9. Is this newer one legitamate? System would regulalrly freeze 30mins to 2 hours after starting up without BSOD and with only an occasional iastor error in the logs. Today, I 'rolled back' to the 'in the box' Win 7 driver, and so far all appears to be fine. Zero errors in event log and so far five hours of flawless operation. The console from 9. I'd strongly urge you to stick with the drivers that install with Win 7 if you want the system to work!
Well I ended up installing 9. So far, no problems but I will update this if that changes. I ran the verify and it reported 0 errors verifications or media. It may take a while to see if this works because the dropping of a drive from the RAID did not happen daily, It was random and took a week or two before it would happen. I could try copying large avi files across my home network to stress test it. I've been running 9. It's highly likely the 8.
I've been fortune so far not to have experienced any of the problems that seem associated with this beta. The reason I was originally asking the question was because I was about to execute a major hardware and software update including bit Win7 to an existing system which was a 7 hour flight away.
I have now completed that upgrade. Because I had experienced problems with 8. I immediately found 8. I was not surprised that 8. The next choice was to use the inbox driver, which worked well. The inbox bit version installs as 8. Because the inbox driver was working so well I did not see any point in trying the troublesome 8.
Based on my experience my advice would be to use the inbox driver withWin7 at least on 64 bit systems and wait until the official release of 9. I'm still running 9. Not one problem yet and I often leave the system on overnight. The only strange thing I found with the Rapid Storage RAID manager software is that it displays a little bubble message over the system tray at login that is intended to make you feel good but it uses the words "Hard Drive" and "Failure" in the same sentance.
It actually says something like "one or more of your hard drives are protected from failure" because of the RAID type used. Anyone who had problems with drives falling out out of a RAID will be sensitive to these pop up messages. It is displayed the same way as the real failure messages. I think Intel should drop that message from the software. I have used 9. OS is Windows 7 Pro bit. My setup is as follows and I have not had any issues with the new RST 9. Was keeping up with the prev thread for a while just came back to it to see if there was a fix and it's locked.
Still no official release from Intel after 8. Shame, it's been way too long. Never heard from anyone from Intel except the form-letter type email with the link to the following that to this day still says downgrade but 8.
Interesting that no one from Intel has commented on this new thread. Elizabeth was working hard, but no word from her toward then end when the prev was locked. We really need a perm resolution to this 8. In the mean time, a post from Intel with a current status and that Intel is still working the issue toward resolution. Take a look at this page. Thanks for the link Keith, great heads-up. This is very interesting, the file is dated 14 Oct ! Like many others, I have been regularly checking to see if 9.
Pre-release versions have been available for several months, but still no full version. I had put this down to Intel having problems in making it work correctly, or perhaps problems in getting the Trim command to work for SSD's. Presumably Intel have fixed the problem for their own boards, but the fix does not work on all boards because of differences in chipset implementation. If this is the case 9.
Hi, I used 9. If you have problems please try 8. I'm definitely not upgrading any more Intel X58, W Regards, Imre. Thanks for your input everyone. Intel Core i CPU. Has anyone tried these Intel-only 9. Go to original post. This is a computer translation of the original content. It is provided for general information only and should not be relied upon as complete or accurate.
Intel® Rapid Storage Technology (Intel® RST)
This thread is effectively a continuation of " Random drive fails with new Matrix Storage Manager 8. Previously the system has been running 8. Intel's Elizabeth, in post of the original thread, stated that the Win7 in-box driver is similar to 8. However, I think that unless the "manager" part of IMSM has been separately installed the user may not be aware that it was randomly dropping drives from the array if they recover quickly. When searching for the new RST 9. Is this newer one legitamate? System would regulalrly freeze 30mins to 2 hours after starting up without BSOD and with only an occasional iastor error in the logs. Today, I 'rolled back' to the 'in the box' Win 7 driver, and so far all appears to be fine. Zero errors in event log and so far five hours of flawless operation.
Intel IMSM driver has stopped working properly
In the File Download dialog box, click Run. If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation. Note If you see a Security Warning message asking whether you want to run the software, click Run to continue with the installation. Please bear in mind, that my answer is based on the details given in your post. The more I get the better the answer, Slan go foill, Paul. Did this solve your problem? Sorry this didn't help. I suggest uninstalling the device from the Device Manager, and put a check in the "delete driver" box:. Tell us about your experience with our site.