You may want to uninstall and reinstall Intel® Rapid Storage Technology since the last message appears to indicate the software is not working properly. You may also consider updating the BIOS for your system, please refer to the computer manufacturer about this.
Intel® Rapid Storage Technology (Intel® RST) user guide
There is also the possibility that the Cache/RAID volume became corrupted. In such case you may need to delete/remove the cache from the IRST window (or CTRL-I) and recreate it. Please verify with the system specifications or system manufacturer what type of acceleration/caching technology is being used with your system. Remember it is recommended to back up your data before making any change.
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thnk u so much...my system now react normaly...thnk u once again
what did you do to resolve your problem? Updated the BIOS? or reinstall Intel® Rapid Storage Technology?
Please let me know.
I have the same issue.
Thanks in advance.