Multiple Systems all On Win First off you may be getting the error due to the program requirments. The time now is I recommend use Intel I’ll also uninstall the IRST application as suggested above. I managed to install v

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The RSTe’s combinations were clearly slower.

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In each case I have run different benches, with particular focus on Raid 0 speeds. In any case stick to Realtek Monitor s Displays: It is based on your chipset on your motherboard.

New 18 Jun 4. One reason is that the program will use up some system resources and it will need NET Framework so I never install it.

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Athlon 64 Motherboard: So sometimes that might occur. Thanks for the above advice. Last edited by AirPower4ever; 21 Jun at Nanoxia Deep Silence 1 Cooling: New 21 Jun 5.


Commodore 64 and Up Usually the next revision covers the one that is left behind. Originally Posted by R4EX.

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The answer is, No one really knows. Set the “Link Power Management” to “Disabled”.

Windows 10 Pro 64 bit CPU: I’ll also uninstall the IRST application as suggested above. It is a bit confusing, but it is not determined by what operating system you have.

Viewsonic VP Screen Resolution: I recommend use Intel I managed to install v Results 1 to 10 of No, but it removes certain factors of issues and can improve rist.

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Note my system spec is now updated. I have bit and I accidentally downloaded the bit driver. Do I need it?

Fernando the site’s Owner knows his stuff ,the site has been around for many years. I asked this months ago myself. This also fails with the error “This urst is not supported” I think I’ll just stick with the version installed by Windows 10 unless someone knows better.


You can switch by selecting “update driver” for the C controller in Device Manager.