artdude12, thank you for that information.
Since this is related to the update itself I would also recommend reaching Microsoft, and please let me know what is Gigabyte stand regarding this matter.
Did you try to uninstall RAID driver and then run the update?
Thank you for contacting us regarding the issue that you have been experiencing with the Windows 10 update error (C600 Chipset).
In this specific matter we recommend you to contact directly your OEM motherboard manufacturer so they can provide you with the assistance required in order to get the issue.
Hope this helps,
Based on my experience with an even older chip set (see thread at -Windows 10 Fall Creators Update 1709 Crashes X58 ICH10R particularly the last post - it is on the second page), what I'd suggest is that you install RST driver level220.127.116.112 . Hopefully that will work for you as it did for me. (And in your case, the driver readme specifically mentions your C600 chipset). (I don't work for Intel)
You may need to do it in steps:
1. SetupRST -Noservice [To install just the drivers] (If you don;t do this, you *may* get a "Fatal Error" during the driver install because it cannot install the service - at least I did.
3. SetupRST -Nodrv [To install the monitoring service and user interface]
Although those drivers are not formally supported under Windows 10, in my experience (again, with an older chipset) they work fine.
Thanks for your response.
I've sorted this by:
1) Uninstalling driver and restarted (windows had error on loading driveso I...)
2) Loaded Win in safe mode
3) Lunched latest driver
5)Win updated succesfully
Its strange as with simple driver update Win still have problem.
Thanks for your help anyway.