Updating intel ata controler

26-May-2020 02:08

Has anyone else had System specs:-MSI Z170A gaming M5i7-6700KSamsung M.2 SM951 NVME (Windows 10 installation)2x WD blue WD20EZRZ 2TB2x 8GB Corsair CMK16GX4M2A2400C14No discrete GPU, just intel HD 530. Was on 1.8, updated to 1.9, installed intel 100 series AHCI driver and..... On Sat 28/05/2016 GMT your computer crashedcrash dump file: C:\WINDOWS\Minidump2816-5718-01This was probably caused by the following module: (Wd Filter! :: NNGAKEGL::`string' 0x9842) Bugcheck code: 0x50 (0x FFFFFFFFFFFFFFD1, 0x2, 0x FFFFF8028C6D45CE, 0x0)Error: PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREAfile path: C:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers\wdfilter.sysproduct: Microsoft® Windows® Operating Systemcompany: Microsoft Corporationdescription: Microsoft antimalware file system filter driver Bug check description: This indicates that invalid system memory has been referenced.This appears to be a typical software driver bug and is not likely to be caused by a hardware problem.All I'm doing is adding a new data only backup drive to an older existing system, but it's an Advanced Format (AF) drive and what I've read so far has me confused. I understand the Intel RST contains the AHCI drivers ... System specs: OS: Vista 32 Home Premium Motherboard: Abit IP35Pro Chipset: P35Express & ICH9RBootable drives: one SATA drive - not AFData drives: two SATA drives - not AFData backup drive: one AF 512E SATA drive (the reason for this post)No SSDNo RAIDAll drives set to AHCI in bios Current driver: "Intel(R) ICH9 SATA AHCI Controller" version 7.5.0.1017 dated 3/21/07 Microsoft and the drive manufacturer say that to use Advanced Format drives the storage controller should be updated and Intel says that to use RST the drivers should be version 9.6 or later. Reverting back to the MS standard SATA/AHCI controller there has not been a single BSOD.

As stupid as this may sound....happens if you disable Windows Defender?

I've read in several sites that in order to get the maximum performance in SATA 3 SSDs you need to have the latest SATA drivers for your motherboard/chipset.

The latest Intel Rapid Storage Technology driver available for download in my motherboard's support page is the , which is what I have installed.

(not the software), realtek audio and intel display drivers.

When the ' Intel 100 series/C230 chipset family SATA/AHCI controller' has been updated there are random BSOD, on boot and sometimes when copying/saving files.

As stupid as this may sound....happens if you disable Windows Defender?I've read in several sites that in order to get the maximum performance in SATA 3 SSDs you need to have the latest SATA drivers for your motherboard/chipset.The latest Intel Rapid Storage Technology driver available for download in my motherboard's support page is the , which is what I have installed.(not the software), realtek audio and intel display drivers.When the ' Intel 100 series/C230 chipset family SATA/AHCI controller' has been updated there are random BSOD, on boot and sometimes when copying/saving files. Everything I've read so far only addresses updating the drivers during an OS install ... and the readme file for the Intel RST doesn't seem to say how to update the AHCI driver only on existing systems without an OS install.