Windows 10 still not official released, believe all these issue would be fixed in the official release.
Since Windows* 10 is not yet officially released we recommend that you contact Microsoft* directly for further assistance.
Will do. Thank you
How about now? Got any official word on this now since its "officially" released and you guys haven't provided an update. Now, it looks like you're behind the power curve.
The current version or Intel® Rapid Storage Technology (Intel® RST) software can be downloaded from: https://downloadcenter.intel.com/product/55005/Intel-Rapid-Storage-Technology-Intel-RST-
Before installing the drivers from our download center, it is advised to contact your Computer Manufacturer Support. They typically provide software which is specifically configured for your system.
Intel® Rapid Storage Technology (Intel® RST), version 184.108.40.2061 supports Windows® 10, 32-bit and Windows® 10, 64-bit.
My HP hp-1080t machine running RST 10.1.0.1008 on Windows Home Premium 64 bit is out of support from HP.
Have not been able to find any information about upgrading RST from their HP Site.
I keep getting prompted to download and upgrade to Windows 10, but don't want to until I am assured that I can make RST work as it has saved me once with a failed disk.
I was able to pull the bad disk and replace it with a replacement and RST rebuilt the mirror without any issues.
How do I find out if my HP machine is compatible/upgradable to RST 220.127.116.119?
Will the Windows 10 upgrade recognize RST or does it upgrade the OS ignoring the RAID configuration and then require you to re-install the RST software and drivers and configure the RAID 1 again?
You should obtain the correct version of iRST RAID Driver from the Computer Manufacturer Support Websites. Also, they should be the ones to confirm if your PC will work well with Microsoft Windows® 10 or not.
The drivers available from Drivers & Software are generic versions. The maximum driver version supported will depend on the Chipset embedded in your PC.
For more details about the versions supported by a determined chipset, we advise you to create a new thred in the Chipsets community.