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DaveM121: Thank you very much for joining the Intel® Rapid Storage Technology communities. We are sorry to hear the application is causing this problem.
In regard to this scenario, the thing is that the combination of hardware and software on your platform is not fully supported by Windows® 10. Windows® 10 is not fully compatible with Intel® 6 Series chipset, it is fully compatible with the Intel® 8 series chipset onward. That is why there is not an Intel® RST version that we can recommend to install to fix this problem and the best thing to do will be to un-install it.
Any further questions, please let me know.
Alberto, thanks for the informative my question . . .
One final question, can I change the chipset or is it an integral part of my Motherboard?
It is integral, as is the socket type (and the set of processors that are support by the board). If you get an 8 Series (or newer) motherboard, you will not be able to use your existing processor with it.
Many thanks for clearing that up, Scott!