4 Replies Latest reply on Dec 2, 2015 12:26 PM by GalaxyGe

    Write Speed down to 1 MB/sec after Upgrade to Windows 10 / Intel Raid 0 Volume could not be migrated


      Dear Intel support,


      after upgrading my laptop to Windows 10,  random write speeds are down to 1 MB/sec, Device Manager says that Intel Raid 0 Volume could not be migrated (though it got configured and is working).


      Device SCSI\Disk&Ven_Intel&Prod_Raid_0_Volume\4&2bd915d5&0&000100 could not be migrated.

      Last Device Instance Id: SCSI\DISK&VEN_MSFT&PROD_VIRTUAL_DISK\2&1F4ADFFE&0&000002

      Class Guid: {4D36E967-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}

      Location Path:

      Migration Rank: 0xF000FC000000F120

      Present: false

      Status: 0xC0000719


      Coming from Windows 7, there was NOWHERE in Windows 10 upgrade compatibility check any information of an incompatibiltiy of my system's Intel RAID controller - otherwise I WOULD NEVER HAVE CHOSEN TO EVER GO THIS WAY - So please understand I will not accept anymore an answer just telling me my system was not compatible with Windows 10, neither from Intel nor from Microsoft side!


      Please advise, what steps need to be taken to get the Write Speeds up to normal levels again. Please note that the SSDs in this Raid 0 contain the OS installation as well. RST System Report is attached.


      [EDIT: I might add, the above events from Device Manager, are the latest ones for the RAID 0 volume device; the RST drivers where updated later, from 13.2 to 13.6.]


      Thank you for your support.



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      Chipset: Intel Cantiga GM45 / RAID Controller: ICH9M-E

      Intel® Rapid Storage Technology enterprise Information

      Kit installed: