Just like you mentioned before your chipset model does not support Windows® 10, I will do my best in order to help you but this fact may end up being the main factor of your issue.
- You can break the RAID, since your configuration is RAID 1 you should not lose data.
- You can uninstall that version; however, bear in mind that this chipset controller does not support Windows® 10 and from our end there are no Intel® RST RAID Drivers.
- 4. 5. Are good options, but these will depend on the operating system and the features available for the chipset model.
Thank you Amy. Do you mean that the H57 chipset itself (no matter if I use Intel RAID function/software or not) is not compatible with Windows 10?
I thought that as long as I didn't use the Intel RST RAID Drivers I was Ok.