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Intel Rapid Start and GPT-mode?

  1. #21

    Posts : 2
    Windows 8 and 7

    Quote Originally Posted by kl2999 View Post

    ... After that is done, you MUST restart your computer. After that you should able to install the Intel Rapid Start software.
    don't forget to restart!!!!

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  2. #22

    Posts : 17
    Windows 8.1, Ubuntu 13.10, Debian 7, and Kali 1.0.6


    I have tried the recommendations throughout this thread over and over again but I am still getting Intel Rapid Start Technology errors, no BIOS options for RAID or Intel Rapid * Technology, and no Intel Smart Response (Accelerate) functionality. As the problem seems slightly different I have created a new thread including BIOS screenshots and everything I have tried - if you think you might be able to help please have a look at it here:

    GPT, AHCI, Win 8.1, IRST Intel Rapid Start: Unknown error occurred

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  3. #23

    Posts : 1
    Windows 8.1

    The procedure is the same as mbr but with only one difference:
    Instead of typing
    set id=84 override type set id=D3BFE2DE-3DAF-11DF-BA40-E3A556D89593.

    For Asus motherboards the guide is called
    intel 2013 desktop responsiveness technologies and you can find it here:

    I think the procedure is the same for all motheboards.
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  4. #24

    Posts : 1
    win7 & win8 & win 8.1

    if hardisk not SSD., juz normaly hardisk but i create MBR into GPT.
    then, i make 2 ID....
    1st partition.,i set the ID into rapid start.
    2nd partition., i set the ID into superboot..

    is it will be more fast......??????????????????
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