Seems to be a small bug but if you reboot the computer again that might start the service if not start “Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology” in services.
Message was edited by: PeterUK :~
the service is not installed
Did you check the box to install Intel® Control Center as well as Intel® Rapid Storage Technology app?
Maybe try not having the box checked.
I also am having the same issue with my installation under Server 2008. I have verified that the driver is updated, and I have tried with the Intel Control Center checked and un-checked. I don't see an Intel Rapid Storage service (or any other Intel service for that matter) in the services control panel.
When I hover my mouse over the RST icon in my system tray, it reports that the Intel RST Service is not running. It would seem that somehow it (the service) isn't being installed at all.
Any other suggestions?
Right click on the .exe “iata96enu.exe” and click “Run as Administrator”.
Also try changing the User Account Control Setting “UAC” to Never notify when installing.
I note that the service files are in the installed folder - issuing the following command from the CMD prompt worked for me :
C:\Program Files (x86)\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology>sc create "Intel
RST DM Service" binpath= "c:\program files (x86)\intel\intel(r) rapid storage te
This manually installs the service. See sc.exe for the command line options
After installing the service, you will still need to start it, and change the startup type to automatic if you would like it to load on its own.
Hope this helps until Intel can solve the issue.
Hi, thank you for your method.
I just doubled check, and it went very well.
I didn't even need to check it automatic.
I was also having trouble with 9.6 installation (service missing) on Server 2003 x86, and that helped.
I just ran
sc create "Intel RST DM Service" binpath= "c:\program files\intel\intel(r) rapid storage technology\iastordatamgrsvc.exe"
That helped. But 9.6 is a nightmare and i'm moving to next thread:)
Intel RST 10.1.0.1008
Installed on Windows 2008 Server R2 and it did not create the service. Followed the insructions above to manually create the service. Double-check your installation path though as it's not exactly correct. Here is mine. Note the (R)
C:\Program Files (x86)\Intel\Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology