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    I use this drivers Software/Rapid Storage/14.6.3.1032 but I haven't Intel Rapid Storage Technology manager after installation windows. I couldn't make raid 0.
    I had to install the latest drivers v17 from the Intel website. Unfortunately the problem has not disappeared.

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    Here's a link to a forum post that has a very detailed installation solution:

    https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...-and-questions

    Note: the link within this post is for the version 14 Raid driver, like the one found in your support folder.
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    I saw this instruction. Nothing is specific. It seems to me that the designers of this notebook did not do their job well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MFrost View Post
    I saw this instruction. Nothing is specific. It seems to me that the designers of this notebook did not do their job well.
    Your quite correct these notebooks are designed for serious gamers, they are leading edge technology and tweaked for performance. When you purchase one you should be ready to continually tweak it to keep it firing on all 8 Cylinders; Perhaps you missed the Name "Republic of Gamers" ROG on your notebook when you purchase it. Windows 10 had been a problem for us from the beginning and MS Windows continues to create versions that our hardware drivers may take a while to catch up with so we have to find ways to work around the issue as they come up.
    This forum has gotten me through a G75VW and a G752VY. I've had to learn UEFI, Windows 10, IRST, and a good backup Strategy and learned how to find the best hardware drives for these notebook. BTW my G75VW is still in use by my sister for general internet and email.
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    I have been involved in IT for 30 years. I am saying that it is not possible to properly create raid 0 on the g752vt model.
    I see the create raid options in the bios In the VL model, . I can choose hard drives. This is not available in the VT model. This raid is very limited.
    This is not a driver issue. All I can do is change SSD disks to others. I don't have others yet. I do not want to buy because I have no guarantee that it will work.
    I would like to talk to people who have successfully created raid 0 on this model. For now, I get statements from people who didn't.
    Last edited by MFrost; 08-07-2019 at 09:54 AM.

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