there isnt any to install win 10 took over that, doesnt look like intel has any win 10 drivers, im thinking thats the issue its intalled but not with drivers designating it a pcie device, so the data center tool cant find it listed as pcie,
yeah i tryed intallin the drivers provided it only loads up the intel 720 ssd lol wont let me choose the 910, so maybe ill try this in another rig wit win 7 see if thats the prob since theres no way for windows to identify the drive as a pcie,
Finally got this Beast into HP mode re-read fine print on site the new version of tool doesnt support this ssd i used the older 1.0 version and i made sure i was launchin as admin and on win 7, it worked dont see anychange but least now i know it working in hp mode
prob becuase the test in as ssd didnt stress it ill try moving a huge ton of 10+gb files between raid 0 ssd and this see if it breaks that 2000mb speed. well i got it read at 1704 read and 1431 write its rated speed is 2000/1000 so its still writing faster then rated but not like ill see the 2000 till i start making it a encode location in new server.
looks like wiped Intel(R) SSD Data Center Tool Version 1.0 outa existance the new 1.1 will not find the device, anyone have any luck finding version 1.0 of this i cant seem to locate it anywere all links point to intels site, ill try contact support see if they got it on floppy or tape since its so outa date lol, maybe theyll have it laying around on some random cdr one a trainees desk.
looked through my gdrive,dropbox, server hdds, i dont have it anywere, dont se how that 1 file is gone its like the only thing thatputs the pcie ssd into hp mode and actually reads it.
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