Some updates on my findings after visiting this link:
1. On Product Guide File size discrepancy issue
I found at this Intel URL http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=Y&DwnldID=18131&ProdId=3125&lang=eng that DP55WB_ProductGuide01_English.pdf file size is listed as 4,427KB, which is about the same file size downloaded.
But, why does this Intel URL http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/dp55wb/sb/CS-030678.htm show a different file size of the DP55WB Product Guide?
2. I still haven't found a convergent online version of Rapid Recover Technology support on DP55WB board or P55 boards in general.
Strangely enough, Intel said that Desktop Utilities will not be available for DP55WB until December 2009. But, it did not mention not supporting Rapid Recover until January 2010. This info can be found on hitting Download at http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=Y&ProdId=3125&DwnldID=18281&lang=eng
It says, "Intel Desktop Utilities for P55 chipset-based desktop boards is not yet available. Expected availability: December 2009"
Well, I do not see any word about Rapid Recover Technology not yet available until January 2010 though.
BTW, no Desktop Utilities means no way to monitor system temperatures, voltages, fan speeds, and hard drive health?
Now, more than worrying about RRT support on P55 boards, I have to worry about how to make sure my newly assembled brand new Intel P55 system is healthy during the first 24 to 48 hours testing without this monitoring utility. Do I have to use a compatible third party vendor's monitoring tool? It is really weird!
If these valid questions can not be supported by Intel community users, any suggestion where to escalate them?
I checked Intel Email Technical Support portal on http://supportmail.intel.com/scripts-emf/welcome.aspx?id=40.
For some unknown reason, the only listed Intel 5 Series Chipset Boards is Intel Desktop Board DX58SO, while DP55WB, DP55WG, DP55SB, and DP55KG are not listed. Any suggestion on the next step escalation to Intel engineers?