4 Replies Latest reply on Aug 2, 2016 1:14 PM by allan_intel

    Removing Rapid Storage Technology Driver


      Not having received any response to my posted problem with RST ceasing to work and failing to reinstall, I need to uninstall it so I can use a different mirroring solution. The standard uninstall routine, however, has dire warnings about how uninstalling it could cause the system to not boot. And in looking at the second drive in Disk Management it is shown as offline with the note that their is a signature collision with the primary drive. How can I get RST out of the picture and regain access to the second drive so as to create a Win7 software mirror?