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Intel and Micron announce 3D Xpoint, a new memory technology that's 1,000 times faster than NAND

Question: Intel and Micron announce 3D Xpoint, a new memory technology that's 1,000 times faster than NAND

Intel and Micron held a joint press conference earlier today to announce a breakthrough memory technology called 3D Xpoint (pronounced 3D crosspoint) that's up to 1,000 times faster (read speeds) than today's NAND, features 1,000 times better endurance and is...

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Answer: Intel and Micron announce 3D Xpoint, a new memory technology that's 1,000 times faster than NAND

I hope this really brings about the death of the hard drive. And it can't come soon enough.

Gimme a 1 TB Xpoint SSD that doesn't break the bank and I'm sold.

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Intel's annual developer conference / mini trade show kicked off earlier today in San Francisco. Among the topics of discussion during the keynote was 3D XPoint, the new memory technology that Intel announced late last month.

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Answer:SSDs based on Intel's 3D XPoint technology will arrive next year under the 'Optane' brand

I swear that Intel and a handful of other tech companies use the same 12 year old kid to name their new products and technologies. What's next the Hexa-cuda or the Barra-Hexa-tane?
 

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Good news on the consumer solid state drive front as storage capacity is expected to ramp up dramatically in the coming months thanks to a partnership between Intel and Micron.

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Answer:New flash technology from Intel, Micron will soon spawn 10TB SSDs

Will believe it when I see it but it sounds freaking awesome!
 

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First of all sorry for my bad english lang.The problem is about a lg r500 series laptop.I bought it with win vista but i wanted xp.Accidently with an old fdisc i erased all partitions.There were two of them one of 1gb and one other of about 151 gb.The disc that laptop has is 160 gb.The laptop has the ability of intel turbo memory.In the first partition of 1 gb were the drivers of raid card.After i erased it i cann't have the turbo memory ability.I found the drivers in intel site but they need flopy drive to install them (during the win installation by f6) and the laptop hasn't one.I have the same problem installing xp or vista.Please help
 

Answer:intel turbo memory NAND driver no floppy

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Intel and Micron plan to unveil new 25-nanometer flash memory chips on Monday via their IM Flash Technologies joint venture, the first commercial chip products made using advanced 25nm manufacturing technology.

The new 64 gigabit (8 gigabyte) MLC (multi-level cell) NAND flash memory chip will give the companies a significant cost advantage over rivals, chip market researcher Objective Analysis said in a research note. The research note was inadvertently sent out ahead of an official announcement by Intel and Micron, which is slated for Monday.

An Intel representative confirmed the new chips and said they are aimed at smartphones, solid-state drives (SSDs), and portable media players such as iPods.


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Intel and Micron first to 25nm with new flash memory chips

Answer:Intel and Micron first to 25nm with new flash memory..

That is unbelievable when you consider that nanometer measurement describes the microscopic size of transistors and other parts on a chip and that a nanometer is a billionth of a meter, about the size of a few atoms combined.

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I'd like to include Dell's list of affected systems here: http://spywarehammer.com/current-news/intel-vulnerability/msg155913/#msg155913My search at Dell produced no results. Does a list exist?

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OpenX Technologies Inc. (OpenX), the world?s leading independent ad server for Web publishers, today announced it has entered into a partnership with Microsoft Corp. (Nasdaq: MSFT) that will allow the companies to cross-market and promote products to their respective publisher bases. Under terms of the multiyear agreement, OpenX becomes a preferred partner to publishers for enterprise ad serving solutions. In addition, OpenX will promote Microsoft?s Content Ads monetization products ? as well as other products that may be developed in the future ? to its existing base of Web publisher customers.
OpenX and Microsoft will each enjoy significant benefits from the partnership. Most notably, Microsoft will have a major distribution channel for its monetization products through OpenX?s community of more than 150,000 Web sites that serve more than 300 billion ads per month. OpenX will, in turn, gain access to a new base of potential customers ? via referrals from Microsoft ? for its enterprise advertising technology and services.
The Content Ads component of the agreement follows a successful trial Microsoft and OpenX began in August 2008, during which OpenX provided invitations to its publishers to test the product. Content Ads matches ads to relevant editorial content, allowing advertisers to increase campaign effectiveness, which can allow publishers to achieve a higher yield on certain types of inventory. As part of the agreement, OpenX will promote Content Ads in two ways.... Read more

Answer:OpenX and Microsoft Announce Advertising Technology Partnership

I believe more such partnerships will happen in the coming months, because I don't think the world is out of recession so it makes sense for businesses to combine their efforts

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Apparently Intel has developed the next big thing in memory, PCM. Only time will tell how spendy its gonna be

Answer:Intel develops PCM memory, 100x faster than flash!

Very interesting, can't wait till it hits the market.

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Hi, everyone:
I bought an Intel SSD 530 120G for my laptop several days ago. It worked well with the OS Win8.1 Pro x64.
When I paid attention to the NAND writes, something make me confused.

The situation is as follow:
The SSD with the OS is the first(primary) Disk, and the HDD is the second one. I have moved the cache of IE, chrome and Firefox to the Hard Drive using IE setting or mklink command, and verified it correctly. With the explorer working, the written data stream from cache is produced in the HDD partition theoretically, also I have got this conclusion through the System's Resource Monitor and the Diskmon from Microsoft website. When I cached several Movies embedded in any explorer without other operation separately, there are lots of written data traffic produced in the HDD partition, and just little data wrote in system disk(SSD), it?s no doubt. Finally, each test(using one kind of explorer) improved less than 200Mb in Total Host Writes which is normal for system operating, but this process also consumed about 3Gb SSD's Total NAND writes in total in the CrystalDiskInfo 6.0.1. Also I have got the same result with the newly Intel SSD Toolbox, AIDA64 3.20 and CrystalDiskInfo 6.0.1. In fact, this written data traffic produced by explorer's cache in HDD is calculated into the SSD's total NAND writes.

Actually I'm not care of the SSD's wear, and I'm sure it couldn't reach the limited lifespan with normal usage until next generation product arrives. This accidental ... Read more

Answer:Intel SSD 530 Total NAND Writes Problem in Win8.1 x64

Hi, guys,
There are some supplementary data.
I have tested the total NAND writes in OS win7 x64 newly installed with the all x64 drivers, the chrome cache is moved to HDD partition, and the result is same as the one in win8.1. When the Value of Host Writes improved just one, namely 1*32Mb total host writes, there are almost 2Gb added to the total NAND writes. Followed is the graph from which we could get the monitoring data and the disk activity.
Finally, I speculate that there is a bug in the Intel 530 SSD firmware, DC22, if nohing wrong is in the testing environment.
Fig. 1 The beginning test capture.

Fig. 2 The final capture. The host writes improved 1, and the total NAND write nearly 2Gb, compared with the first graph.

Thank you for helping.

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Upgraded to Windows 10 version 1511 build 10586.545 on Dell 15z 5523 and attempted to defragment c:/ drive (HDD). Noticed that both (c:/ - HDD & d:/ - SSD) drives were read as SSD so unable to Analyze or Defrag.
So, I attempted to install the latest drives from Intel site. Unfortunately, crashed my system. Required a new clean install. 
Once new install, went to Dell site and installed SRT driver and Chipset drivers. Restart - checked bios - RAID drives and SRT enabled. Save & exit.
Went in to Cmd Prompt (Admin) - Diskprt - Clean. List Disk showed 2 drives both online with available space on both.
Went to Disk Management to initialize disk - Disk 2 setup - MBR style of partition.
Then on disk 0 (HDD) last partition chose “Shrink Volume…” from menu & shrank. Once completed, Extend Volume on disk 0 (HDD). 
Ran SRT program - Enable Acceleration - selected total drive - Maximized Mode. Restart.
Finished.......but noticed the following.....


As you may have noticed, and my 2 questions - where is the 2nd drive (SSD) that is being used as cache - why is it not showing up in Device Manager, Diskpart, Disk Management and Defrag software??
Yet SRT shows everything working!!
And 2nd question why is Disk 0 type still showing as SSD??
BTW defrag last run shows a time b/c I defragged in Cmd Prompt - defrag c:/ u/v/.
Please note that I did not install Intel Rapid Start Technology b/c Intel no longer supports it & Windows 10 (Power Options... Read more

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Upgraded to Windows 10 version 1511 build 10586.545 on Dell 15z 5523 and attempted to defragment c:/ drive (HDD). Noticed that both (c:/ - HDD & d:/ - SSD) drives were read as SSD so unable to Analyze or Defrag.
So, I attempted to install the latest drives from Intel site. Unfortunately, crashed my system. Required a new clean install. 
Once new install, went to Dell site and installed SRT driver and Chipset drivers. Restart - checked bios - RAID drives and SRT enabled. Save & exit.
Went in to Cmd Prompt (Admin) - Diskprt - Clean. List Disk showed 2 drives both online with available space on both.
Went to Disk Management to initialize disk - Disk 2 setup - MBR style of partition.
Then on disk 0 (HDD) last partition chose “Shrink Volume…” from menu & shrank. Once completed, Extend Volume on disk 0 (HDD). 
Ran SRT program - Enable Acceleration - selected total drive - Maximized Mode. Restart.
Finished.......but noticed the following.....


As you may have noticed, and my 2 questions - where is the 2nd drive (SSD) that is being used as cache - why is it not showing up in Device Manager, Diskpart, Disk Management and Defrag software??
Yet SRT shows everything working!!
And 2nd question why is Disk 0 type still showing as SSD??
BTW defrag last run shows a time b/c I defragged in Cmd Prompt - defrag c:/ u/v/.
Please note that I did not install Intel Rapid Start Technology b/c Intel no longer supports it & Windows 10 (Power Options... Read more

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i want to buy a laptop, but i want one with nand flash memory, so no moving parts, as in, no hard disc; and a physical qwerty keyboard to a lesser extent, i would like 1 gig of ram and preferably vista, but thats not essential i wouldnt mind also, if it had reasonably good specs, so that it might run some graphics software, albeit slowly, like photoshop, adobe premiere, or even a 3d modelling software like autodesk 3ds max. although maybe this isnt possible, because i would prefer to keep the cost down to around £700. i could go higher in price. do you know of a list of laptops, with flash memory, and qwerty keys, so i could compare them.? most humble regards tregg ps, i dont care about style, looks, or how heavy it is. also, it can be a ultra mobile pc, as long as it has a docking station, so i can hook it to a dvd drive.

Answer:which nand flash memory laptop should i buy.

Flash memory hard drives are very new to the market & will cost you alot, if you can find one to buy!

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What's the difference? I own a Y580 and have been trying to get the start up time a lot faster after doing a clean install for Windows 8, and every time I install the software it makes no difference. I have heard that none of the Intel hard drive software is supported on the hm76 chipsets, and only Dataplex provides the software for this. I want to confirm this as well before deciding to purchase Dataplex.

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Samsung sounds awfully excited about its latest SSD, a 512GB drive utilzing "toggle-mode DDR NAND" memory. It's the first SSD to do so, and according to Samsung, this is a pretty major deal. As Samsung explains it, toggle-mode DDR allows for higher performance without a subsequent increase in power consumption.


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Answer:Samsung Touts 512GB SSD with Toggle-Mode DDR NAND Memory

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No price has yet been set.


That's what will make it interesting...

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I'm looking for an audio driver for the integrated audio on a Micron PC.  Micron is now bankrupt and their support website no longer exists.  I've searched both the Intel and Analog Devices sites, but cannot find the driver for this board.  Can anyone help me find the correct driver?The PCI Device Instance ID is:PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_24D5&SUBSYS_E0068086&REV_02\3&267A616A&0&FD(This didn't help me very much either).Thanks so much!- Kevin

Answer:Multimedia audio driver for Micron PC (Intel Motherboard D875PBZ)

Would you happen to have a model name of the Micron computer or any additional information or numbers on the computer?

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Quick background-I restored my drive from image and i cannot recall what i did to make it a bit faster. i think it had to do with Chipset or IRST.

I tried to install the latest version 14.8.0.1042 and i get a incorrect platform error and it doesn't install

I'm using version 12.8

My specs are Win 7 pro x64, 7 Series/216 H77 chipset, I5 3rd gen, SSD SanDisk Ultra II 240g, Seagate 2tb HDD
Is this version for a different chipset or version of windows?

Answer:Intel® Rapid Storage Technology (Intel® RST) proper version question?

Hi Fooey,
follow this link, you need the enu version, 4th block down.
https://downloadcenter.intel.com/Det...?DwnldID=22194

Roy

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Hi , I have a Toshiba satellite A 8 and I'm trying to run a programme that requires Intel HAXM install but I cannot install this. I need to run a virtual part of my program. I have tried to research this the best I can find is that I can turn vertualizeation on in bioes but I don't have that option. Please help .

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Friend called me after I recommended Crucial Technology for memory, as they don't seem to list it anywhere for his M/board ASROCK K7S8X using the step by step memory selector.Is Asrock company known as someone else ?.

Answer:Crucial Tech/Micron don't list Memory for ASROCK ?

Not to my knowledge.Suggest he phones them on 0800 013 0330

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Hello all, I am trying to install Windows 8 on a Virtual Environment but since its a x64 OS, I have to enable the Intel (R) Virtualization Technology & Intel (R) VT-d feature on my BIOS Setup. Unfortunately, the options are greyed out and I cannot change them. I have noticed that they is a supervisor password needed to enter the setup. I can bypass that by just pressing enter but it seems I have limited permissions when I do that. Anyone who can assist on how I can enable virtualization? Nince..

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Intel introduced a new driver for their WiFi cards, called the Intel My WiFi Technology about 9 months ago.  Here is the description from their website: "Simply put, Intel My WiFi turns a notebook into an Wi-Fi AP that seamlessly takes care of all of the Wi-Fi connection details, allowing users to quickly connect to their devices. Imagine being able to take a picture on a camera, and have it instantly get transferred to your notebook, digital photo frame, or personal media player and print wirelessly - all while remaining connected to the Internet." In summary, you have a WiFi connection at your hotel? Then this will let your Laptop become a wifi router, to connect your laptop to all other Wifi devices, on to the hotel's internet connection. Without having to bring a special Wifi router with you. This can only be provided by the system manufacturer (i.e., Lenovo) and not direct from Intel. SO...when will Lenovo release the latest Intel WiFi Drivers, and include this update with it???? Thanks.  

Answer:Support for Intel My WiFi Technology (Intel MWT)

MyWifi support is now available on Lenovo notebooks: Lenovo Japanese Website Just be patient while the driver gets integrated into system update.

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hello i need helpwhy i can not install Intel(R) Smart Sound Technology (Intel(R) SST) Audio Controller 2016-08-02,09.21.00.1062 for acer f5 573g 70mv? 

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Have a Toshiba A665-S6095 laptop running 64-bit Win 7. It has a paltry Windows Experience Index of 4.6, which is the Graphics score (all the others average 5.6). I assume the integrated video shares memory with the computer's RAM, which is only 2 x 2GB (total of 4GB) DDR3-532 CL=7. For about $40 I can replace the DIMMs with 2 x 4GB (total of 8GB) DDR3-1333 CL=9.

Is that likely to make the computer perceptibly faster or a waste of $$?
 

Answer:Will more and faster memory make my laptop faster?

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Hi all seems intel has added this cool feature about nearly one year ago. But still cannot figour out a way to enable this function on my X200 Tablet with the latest Access Connection (5.21) installed. Intel WiFi 5300 was originally configured with my machine. Does Anyone have any idea?  also anohter missing feature......intel Cliffside.. I saw a grey icon in the Access Connection (5.21).. But cannot use it either.. any suggestions?   THanks





Thinkpad X200 Tablet: SL9400(1.86GHz), 4GB RAM, 160GB 7200rpm HD, 12.1in 1280x800 LCD Touchscreen, Intel X4500HD, Intel 802.11agn wireless, Vodafone/AT&T WWAN, Bluetooth, 1Gb Ethernet, Secure chip, Fingerprint reader, Camera, 8c Li-Ion, WinVista Biz

Answer:How to use Intel My WiFi Technology (Intel MWT)

I went to intel.com and downloaded the PROset/Wireless WiFi Connection Utility (the redundancy of "wireless wifi" bothers me, but I forged ahead anyway.) It'll let you enable My WiFi Technology to setup a Personal Area Network (PAN) that a second laptop will see as a WPA2 network and can connect to. So far, all I've been able to do is share my internet connection, which is kinda cool because it's using the same wifi card for two things at once. I suppose I can imagine some situation where this might come in handy, but I would really like to be able to setup filesharing with another laptop. Considering the intended use of a PAN I expect it's possible, but I didn't dig deep enough to figure it out.

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What can I keep from starting up when I turn on my computer in order to make my computer faster starting up?
heres my hijack this if it helps.
Logfile of HijackThis v1.99.1
Scan saved at 10:45:27 PM, on 11/17/2006
Platform: Windows XP SP2 (WinNT 5.01.2600)
MSIE: Internet Explorer v6.00 SP2 (6.00.2900.2180)

Running processes:
C:\WINDOWS\System32\smss.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\winlogon.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\services.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\lsass.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\svchost.exe
C:\Program Files\Windows Defender\MsMpEng.exe
C:\WINDOWS\System32\svchost.exe
C:\WINDOWS\System32\wltrysvc.exe
C:\WINDOWS\System32\bcmwltry.exe
C:\WINDOWS\Explorer.EXE
C:\WINDOWS\system32\spoolsv.exe
C:\PROGRA~1\COMMON~1\AOL\ACS\AOLacsd.exe
C:\Program Files\ewido anti-spyware 4.0\guard.exe
C:\Program Files\ewido anti-malware\ewidoctrl.exe
c:\program files\mcafee.com\agent\mcdetect.exe
c:\PROGRA~1\mcafee.com\vso\mcshield.exe
c:\PROGRA~1\mcafee.com\agent\mctskshd.exe
c:\PROGRA~1\mcafee.com\vso\OasClnt.exe
C:\PROGRA~1\McAfee.com\PERSON~1\MPFSERVICE.exe
C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL$INVENTORCONTENT\Binn\sqlservr.exe
c:\program files\mcafee.com\vso\mcvsshld.exe
C:\PROGRA~1\mcafee.com\vso\mcvsescn.exe
c:\program files\mcafee.com\agent\mcagent.exe
C:\Program Files\Dell\NICCONFIGSVC\NICCONFIGSVC.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\ishost.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\MsPMSPSv.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\hkcmd.exe
C:\Program Files\Java\jre1.5.0_06\bin\jusched.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\fxssvc.exe
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Answer:Faster start up times

Not sure if you got malware, adware, spyware, underware, etc., by the logfile, but a slow boot in a clean machine w/sp2 is a common problem...

http://forums.techguy.org/showthread.php?t=514811
 

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I am researching parts for a SolidWorks workstation.I am trying to figure out what combination of hardware would give the fastest write times for the large files involved.My initial hardware choices are a Gigabyte motherboard (GA-X58A-UD3R) with an Intel i7-970 processor and 12Mb of ram, then a pair of WD Caviar Black 1Tb hard drives (WD1002FAEX) attached to the SATA 6 bus.Any other opinions out there?Thanks

Answer:Faster Write times to HDD?

QuoteAny other opinions out there?OK. I am very opinionated.IMO fast write time is not a good idea. Fast read time is more important. But is this for a scientific experiment? In that case, you build a huge RAM drive using the faster static RAM you can afford.http://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/howto-create-linux-ram-disk-filesystem/Or use a 64 bit OS and have a huge RAM space the you get to directly and forget about Hard drive write times. The mobo you have can do 24 GB. Get the that and forget about hard drive write time. Keep it all in memory.You said you wanted an option!

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So I was wondering how you guys speed up your boot times.

I do the normal msconfig startup processes disabling and disabling some of the useless services in...well, Services.

I heard of people doing things from deleting fonts to modifying the Prefetch in XP to disabling IDE in BIOS (given use of all SATA connection).

Also, when I do a Selective Startup with option /SOS, I see that windows does a disk check for each partition I have on my HDD. Anyway to disable this?

So, what can I do to make it quicker? What do you do?
 

Answer:XP Faster Startup and boot times

START>run> msconfig, then u goto BOOT.INI, then select NOGUIBOOT, the windows xp loading screen wont load giving you an extra few seconds quicker loading time.

also run bootvis, download it from the net, it will put startup files at the front of your harddrive so they load quicker.

just a couple of tips that will help in speeding up boot times.

word of warning.

some AV programs like avast have a scan before boot option, if the NOGUIBOOT is selected then you wont see the virus scan as all you will get is a black screen although it will still scan, just that you wont be able to see it.

CHKDSK on bootup does the same thing, so you may want to disable NOGUIBOOT if you know your going to perform those actions before bootup, but 99.9% of the time you wont be using them and will just be booting your pc as normal, so it is worth having NOGUIBOOT selected...
 

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We got some flyer in our mail box from our local ISP that for an extra $2.00/month our dial up speed can be 2-3 times faster with something they call accelerator. Now we currently connect at 26.4 due to the state of our phone lines (we're very rural) and I think it's all a bunch of BS but my parents think they want to try it. I told them not to bother due to the fact the lines suck and we live too far away from the server to make any difference.

What can my ISP possibly do on their end that would speed up our shitty connection?
 

Answer:ISP offers to make dial up 2-3 times faster??

Originally posted by Fothermucker
We got some flyer in our mail box from our local ISP that for an extra $2.00/month our dial up speed can be 2-3 times faster with something they call accelerator. Now we currently connect at 26.4 due to the state of our phone lines (we're very rural) and I think it's all a bunch of BS but my parents think they want to try it. I told them not to bother due to the fact the lines suck and we live too far away from the server to make any difference.

What can my ISP possibly do on their end that would speed up our shitty connection? Click to expand...
It seems to be just a web-based proxy that does caching and image compression. With these ads, "speed" means "web page load speed".

If all they ever do is browse the Web, it might be worthwhile.
 

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Any idea why I can boot Win7 64 and Vista 64 in 15-20 seconds when running them via Virtual Box (on Vista 64)? (VB is a free OS emulation app. You can run your OS's in their own little windows) Vista normally takes me 1:45 (much slower than when it was a fresh install), and Win7 is also up there around a minute, at least (can't remember the exact time). My hard drives are pretty fast (all roughly the same), but, when booting these OS's via Virtual Box, the boot times are suddenly almost instantaneous.

Is this because Windows normally does a lot of waiting around for hardware, or something, which isn't there when you're emulating?
 

Answer:Windows Boot Times FASTER When Emulated?

I doubt it does a lot of waiting, because for instance my Win 7 x64 machine boots in about 20 seconds from a 150GB Raptor. I'm guessing you installed something(s) which slowed down the physical installs that you didn't install in the virtual machines, maybe a bad driver too since the drivers are not going to be the same.
 

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Password-cracking tools optimised to work with SSDs have achieved speeds up to 100 times quicker than previously possible.
After optimising its rainbow tables of password hashes to make use of SSDs Swiss security firm Objectif S?curit? was able to crack 14-digit WinXP passwords with special characters in just 5.3 seconds. Objectif S?curit?'s Philippe Oechslin told Heise Security that the result was 100 times faster than possible with their old 8GB Rainbow Tables for XP hashes.
The exercise illustrated that the speed of hard discs rather than processor speeds was the main bottleneck in password cracking based on password hash lookups.

Objectif's test rig featured an ageing Athlon 64 X2 4400+ with an SSD and optimised tables containing 80GB of password hashes. The system supports a brute force attack of 300 billion passwords per second, and is claimed to be 500 times faster than a password cracker from Russian firm Elcomsoft that takes advantages of the number crunching prowess of a graphics GPU from NVIDIA.
A free web-based demo of the technology can be found here

SSD tools crack passwords 100 times faster ? The Register

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Sygate gave me message log saying that a program called Xpoint is possibly hijacking. I found the file folder and from my understanding it is rapid restore, i scanned it with avg but it didnt detect anything. its been doing it for about two weeks and i keep blocking it, but ever since it started my wireless connection mbps has went to crap, I dont know if the two are connected but any help would be appreciated.

thanks
 

Answer:Xpoint? Possible hijacking?

Did you install the software Xpoint yourself, is it listed in Add/Remove?


If it is listed in add/Remove or has an uninstaller and you dont want it uninstall the software, seems as in one of the files ( XPAgent.exe ) from that program flags up a false positive with some AnvtiVirus apps.


but also follow the guide below to rule out other malware,



Please follow our standard cleaning procedures which are necessary for us to provide you support. Also there are steps included for installing, running, and posting HijackThis logs as attachments.

- Run ALL the steps in this Sticky thread READ & RUN ME FIRST Before Asking for Support

Make sure you check version numbers and get all updates.





- Very Important: Make sure you tell us the results from running the tutorial...was anything found? Were you unable to complete any of the scans?...Were you unable to download any of the tools?...Did you do the on-line scans as suggested? etc.
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After doing ALL of the above you still have a problem make sure you have booted to normal mode and run the steps in the below link to properly use HijackThis and attach a log:

Downloading, Installing, and Running HijackThis


When you return to make your next post, make sure you attach the following logs and that you have run these scans in the following order too (these scans are covered in steps 6 & 7 of the READ & RUN ME sticky)
Bitdefender
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HijackThis

 

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Hi all, I have a R60 notebook (year 2007/2008), processor T5500 1.66GHz.According to the Intel site http://ark.intel.com/Product.aspx?id=27253 the CPU should have the Intel Virtualization Technology. I've installed windows 7, then launched the Intel processor ID utility and the results show me that my processor doesn't support this technology. I need it for Windows XP Mode... Why ?? Are there many versions of the same processor model ?(T5500)Do I have to enable something ? I've checked on BIOS and under CPU nothing about virtualization.... Any idea ?? Thank you very much Luca

Answer:R60 --> Intel Virtualization Technology ??

the bios don't support VT, the first VT support came in the Santa Rosa platform of the T61, R61, X61...j

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I'm trying to get my RAID setup working with the IMT, but for some reason, I can't install the software for it. It claims that I don't have the system requirements to setup the software.

However, I'm running WinXP, with the Gigabyte P965-DS3P rev3.3, which should have the IMT.

The program I'm talking about is here:
 

Answer:Intel Matrix Technology?!?

Have we moved past this part:

You need to install the raid driver (from floppy) before (while) you're installing Windows. Push F6 at the prompt. You must have 2 SATA drives, and they MAY need to support NCQ. The standard WD caviars 320GB and below DO NOT. Model # Initials SE. The WD RE ("Raid Edition")drives ALL support NCQ, As do (I think) all the Seagate SATAs. On Intel's 965 boards, Viiv is only supported with C2D processors. You can't run a single SATA drive in the SATA mode (Intel calls it ACHI) unless you have Vista. With XP single drives run as IDE. I don't know how much of this applies to other mfgs. boards with the 965 chipset.
 

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Hi all My Edge E520 keeps coming up with the message that intel wifi technology is disabled it also fails to automatically connect to wifi any more are these two things related? how do I enable intel wifi technology again - and what does it do? I have 13 days left on my standard warranty - is this covered?  

Answer:intel wifi technology

This may solve your problem:
 
Description:If Intel® My WiFi Technology (Intel® MWT) is disabled and user receives message "Intel My WiFi Technology is disabled", Intel® Wireless Display Technology may not function properly.Solution:Intel® My WiFi Technology allows the laptop to become a Wi-Fi access point for other laptops. If the laptop screen reads "Intel My WiFi Technology is disabled":

Click on the "Scan for available adapters" button to automatically enable Intel® My WiFi Technology.
If the Wi-Fi is already on, Intel® Wireless Display will automatically enable Intel® My WiFi Technology. If the Wi-Fi is off, the application asks if you would like to turn on Intel® My WiFi Technology. Select "Yes" and scan again.

 
Operating System:

Windows 7 *

 
(from Intel.com)
http://www.intel.com/support/wireless/wtech/iwd/sb/CS-031057.htm





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Will someone please explain the differences in AMD processors and Intel. I don't understand how Intel, which have a much higher FSB, preform just the same or lower to their AMD counterparts. Is it because of the more instructions per cycle in processing that AMD is getting lower frequency speed in their processors, or they are just operating more effciently? Also with new technologies developing such as hyperthreading and the 64 bit chip, how will this effect how processors are created in the future? Will we ever see a 64 bit hyperthreading processor? Or will we never see one because of copyright protection? Which way is better for performance? thanks

Answer:Technology Differences : AMD vs Intel

BTW: The main reason I am asking this question, besides curiousity, is because I am looking to build a new system from the ground up, and the processor will ultimately decide the mobo. So, I want the best processor that money can buy at a resonable price and any reccomendations for mobo also could be of help. Thanks agian

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I recently started using Oracle VM VirtualBox to run other operating systems within Windows 7 (for running old games). For this, I have virtualization enabled in my bios (instructed to do so in the VirtualBox manual).

I also use digital multitrack recording software and hardware to create music, which I like to devote as much system resources as possible to when running (disable Internet connection, turn off firewall and anti-virus, close real-time defragmenter, etc.). Multitrack recording really pushes hard drive access, and the sound processors place heavy demand on the CPU.

My question is: Does the virtualization technology take up any resources, or slow my system down any? Would there be any benefit in disabling virtualization in the bios when I'm recording?

Thanks!
~Syn~
 

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Hello, Is there any way to enable VT on the Lenovo Y430?I'm running the P8600 processor which is VT capable, but Lenovo doesn't provide this option in the BIOS. Having said that, I tried upgrading to the latest BIOS version since they said the Y430 was Windows 7 Upgrade Capable...apparently that isn't the case since it can't support XP mode  i saw the thread for the Y550, however I doubt it applies to the Y430... Can anybody assist me? Thank you!













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Answer:Y430 and Intel VT Technology

Anybody?

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I get hp xw8600 I have a big error whene i run vmware 12 this error I enable Both (Intel Virtualization Technology & Intel IO Virtualization ) from my bios system& my System Information------------------ Operating System: Windows 10 Enterprise 64-bit System Model: HP xw8600 Workstation  BIOS: Default System BIOS Processor: Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU          X5450  @ 3.00GHz (8 CPUs), ~3.0GHz      (2CPU) Memory: 16384MB RAM Available OS Memory: 16384MB RAM----------------------Please help my i got this workstation to study on it.

Answer:Intel Virtualization Technology (please help)

@HUMANBIRD Your CPU. Intel® Turbo Boost Technology ?NoIntel® Hyper-Threading Technology ?NoIntel® Virtualization Technology (VT-x) ?YesIntel® VT-x with Extended Page Tables (EPT) ?No http://ark.intel.com/products/34446/Intel-Xeon-Processor-X5450-12M-Cache-3_00-GHz-1333-MHz-FSB It does not support (EPT) I am not sure but that could be your problem??? REO

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Plz tell me what is Viiv Technology and which devices can be used with it?

Answer:Intel ViiV Technology

Intel? Viiv? Processor Technology - Overview

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In the BIOS there are two options for Virtualization Technology (under CPU).  These are disabled by default.  When should these be enabled?

Answer:Intel Virtualization Technology

My understanding of these settings is they will be helpful if you're running virtual operating systems.  I.e., if from Windows you are running VMware instances of Ubuntu, or MacOS, or other Windows instances.  The chipset offers this kind of virtualization software some shortcuts, but unless you need them regularly and are a power user you can leave them off. 

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Good afternoon all, I have the machine and I have the XP programmes that I need to run but sadly I dont seem to have Virtualization Technology, can any one point me in the right direction please? Thanks for your time Plm

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I have bought a new battery, exactly the same results. I am going back to a good old Nokia mobile phone and getting a small tablet, probably Apple.

Answer:Windows 8.1 drains my battery exactly four times faster than Win 8.0. on a Nokia 520 Why?

The question, which reads "Windows 8.1 drains my battery exactly four times faster than Win 8.0. on a Nokia 520 Why?" may need some clarification:
Are you comparing Windows Phone 8.1 against Windows Phone 8.0 using the same device (Lumia 520)?
Aside from the new OS version, what else is different from the Windows Phone 8.0 and the Windows Phone 8.1 you're referring to? Particulars include: apps installed, signal quality, duration of use, phone settings, charger type and input, etc.
You would need a Windows Central account to respond to this thread. A four-fold increase in battery drain is suspiciously huge, too large to be immediately blamed on the difference in OS versions. Everything else has to be maintained constant (the particulars mentioned above) in comparing the two OS versions before we can conclude that it is indeed the OS version at fault.

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I just loaded Windows 7 64 and am missing 2 drivers and was wondering if they were important to get and if so where would I find them? I already tried Intels site and all the Intel Quick Resume Technology drivers I found do not support Win 7 64. The drivers are : Intel Quick Resume Technology and Intel G965/P965 Chipset - Host Embedded Controller Interface (HECI) [C-2]. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.

Answer:Intel Quick Resume Technology

Hi cool1blues,

Please fill out your System Specs as completely as possible so we can better assist you.

Cheers,

Walker
Windows Outreach Team

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I have an HP 650 G1 laptop and want to install VirtualBox 64 bit for Linux. It requires that the Bios Virtualization setting be enabled. How do I enable this on the HP 650 G1? Thank you.

Answer:Enabling Intel Virtualization technology(vt-x)

Hi, Shutdown the notebook.  Tap away at the esc key as soon as you start the notebook to enter the Start-up Menu, then select f10 to enter the Bios Menu.  The option to enable Virtuaalization can be found under the Advanced tab.......Device Settings....Device Configuration. Regards, DP-K

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Hello, I am new on these forums. I am not completely computer literate, but I understand a decent amount to get me by. I came here specifically because I had some trouble with a re-format that was done one my hard drive. I had a friend (Who I thought knew what he was doing) reformat my hard drive. Well, unfortunately for me he did not and did a quick format with my hard drive plugged into another computer via USB, and it completely screwed my hard drive. So I did whatever and got my computer to recognize it once again made a new volume ect. Once that all happened I found that I am having some trouble as far as re-installing Intel Rapid Start Technology. My computer has a 32Gb SSD in it specifically for a caching process that I believe is used to make the boot up go so fast. My problem that I have come into is that the directions that dell gave me to put rapid start technology back on my computer is not possible for me to follow. I have a SATA AHCI hard drive that I dont think I can set to RAID mode and I cant get into the acceleration tab on the intel rapid storage technology mangment; simply because It does not exist for some reason.....If you need any further detail I will be more than happy to provide them to you... All I need is to know how to get my computer to boot up like it did when I bought it. I have a dell 17R SE

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I want to Enable Intel Virtualization Technology (vt-x) on my HP Pavilion dv6-7043cl Notebook. But I'm unable to find the option in my BIOS. It only shows option for enabling/disabling Virtulization Technology but not VT-X. My processor is capable for Virtualization Technology (also checked with Intel processor identification utility) but I'm unable to find the option to enable vt-x on my Notebook. I also update the BIOS version to F.2E. Can you please help?    Reply1  

Answer:How to Enable Intel Virtualization Technology (vt-x) on HP P...

@Asad_Mehdi Boot into your BIOS. You should be able to Enable it there. REO

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Hi, I have just bought a Lenovo Thinkcentre E3 Product Code 10AU003BMS and updated the BIOS. There is no option to enable Intel VT! The processor fully supports it. Is there another way to enable it or a hacked BIOS I can use? Has the option moved from CPU as I cannot find it any where else? Any help would be great. This is a business machine which needs to run hyper V so I can do Lab support work. Thanks Keith













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Answer:Enabling Intel VT (Virtualization Technology)

Cancel this. I didn't realize CPU setup lead to a sub menu.

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How can I install Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology on my Laptop?

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A few years ago Intel made a special feature Anti-Theft Technology.Also, both hardware and software makers indicate that they now are using some kind of new technology to prevent or reduce the theft of small computers.Here is an article:https://www.intel.com/content/dam/doc/product-brief/mobile-computing-protect-laptops-and-data-with-intel-anti-theft-technology-brief.pdfSome say that it is better not to talk about this because it might make it easy for criminals to find a loop hole. But other say taht public knowledge about it woul be best for everybody. Users should know about the anti-theft features already inside of the PC they bought.Other articles mention something called Secret Control - Anti-theft 3.0 I mention this because in the past many have come here to le4arn how to circumvent BIOS passwords.  We know thing some of these may have been criminals trying to sell a stolen PC or laptop.I do not have a PC with the newest stuff, so I am not aware of how these devices work. I believe that there is a way to shut down a CPU by remote control. ButI have not read a full disclosure of how this works.So my question is: Now can we can talk about this kind of thing on this forum?

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Hi all... I have been looking at the Intel Anti-Theft technology for my T510i... but I am a little unclear as to what is actually required to activate it. First of all I am interested in the Whole Disk Encryption option. How do I activate that? Should I be aware of anything now that I have both Windows 7, 64bit and Ubuntu installed. Do I have to pay extra for this service, since this doesn't rely on an online service. Second I would like to know how to enable the Remote Disable and Destroy. Again, I am not sure how this works? Do I have to sign up for and pay for a specific service? Where do I do this if I want this option? I have the operating systems installed and working, and I want to know if I can enable the whole disk encryption without reinstalling everything? Thanks,Jay

Answer:Intel AntiTheft Technology for T510i

Hello mate, Intel provide the hardware part. For the software part you can use the one you want if it works with the Intel AntiTheft Technology.Have a look there : http://antitheft.intel.com/get-service.aspx





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I am building a new box and want to use the new Intel SRT. A small SSD with a large HDD. I have read that the system is still buggy, and would like to know if anyone can tell me if this issue has been resolved? Thank you for any advice you can give me. As always, this is the place I come to for help! You guys are the greatest!
 

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My notebook Toshiba U840, which come with 32 GB SSD + 500 HDD. It applies Intel Rapid Storage Technology to speed up the performance, recently, I try to upgrade my HDD by replacing SSD, I use Norton Ghost clone image to SSD, but when I restart window,
it pops up to config Intel Rapid Storage Technology (IRST) and cannot go to BIOS at all. (I get all the back up and keep original 500 HDD untouched. )  I get no idea on how to set IRST, but it offers following options:

Create RAID VolumeDelete RAID VolumeReset Disks to Non-RAIDRecovery Volume OptionsAcceleration OptionsExit
Does anyone have any suggestions?
Thanks in advance for any suggestions

RAID Volumes:
ID Name         Level                  Strip      Size     Status   Bootable
0 SSDSpace  RAID0(Stripe)     128KB   11GB  Normal  Yes
1 cache_vol   RAID0(Cache)     128KB   19GB Disabled No

Physical Devices
ID Device Model Size     Type / Status (Vol ID)
0  New SSD        480GB Non-RAID Disk
1  SanDisk SSD  30GB   Cache Disk(0,1)


Thanks in advance for any suggestions

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what about hp probook 6560b i3     intell hd3000    help please 

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I've been trying to get Intel's Rapid start technology working for quite a while now -- I've downloaded all of the drivgers for my motherboard and etc, but I can't install the rapid start software because it tells me that "This Computer does not meet the minimum requirements for installing the software".

At first I thought it was that my 950 Pro was not partition properly, but I've now followed Intel's instructions and created a 'Hibernate' or whatever partition for it, but that doesn't work. I've also currently got 16GB of storage unallocated on the SSD which is double the amount of RAM I currently have in my system because some people recommended unallocating some storage + a little bit extra.

Now that I've fiddled with that for quite a while, I double checked that it was enabled in the BIOS and found that it says "No Valid Partition" in the settings for Intel Rapid Start. I think this could possibly be due to the fact that I am using the 950 Pro through a PCI Adapter?

Any advice would be greatly appreciated. I'm really stuck and have been at this for hours.

I have followed the instructions at http://download.intel.com/support/mo...r_uefi_v13.pdf

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Hi,

I've finished installing drivers for my laptop and I really have no idea about Intel Rapid Storage Technology. Do I need it? Help!

Answer:What is Intel Rapid Storage Technology? Do I need it?

Hi

This is mainly used for RAID setup and management but you can use it to manage your SATA HDD's.

Regards
UKMedia

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Can anyone tell me if uninstalling the Intel Rapid Storage Techonology would cause issues with the CD/DVD? The system is recognizing it as it shows up when you view hte computer but programs can't access it. I have run the troubleshooter in Windows and it couldn't detect any problems. The only thing that has changed is that I have installed the Rapid Storage since it was causing my laptop to run slow and giving me errors. Since uninstalling, my laptop has performed nicely except for the CD rom now. I need to get this to working so I can burn some CDs. 

Answer:Intel Rapid Storage Technology & CD/DVD

Look for an update to the chipset drivers for your motherboard, see if there are any yellow or red "bangs" in the control panel. If none are present, and there are no issues with windows update then try reinstalling the Intel drivers.Good luck.

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I've been trying to get Intel's Rapid start technology working for quite a while now -- I've downloaded all of the drivgers for my motherboard and etc, but I can't install the rapid start software because it tells me that "This Computer does not meet the minimum requirements for installing the software".

At first I thought it was that my 950 Pro was not partition properly, but I've now followed Intel's instructions and created a 'Hibernate' or whatever partition for it, but that doesn't work. I've also currently got 16GB of storage unallocated on the SSD which is double the amount of RAM I currently have in my system because some people recommended unallocating some storage + a little bit extra.

Now that I've fiddled with that for quite a while, I double checked that it was enabled in the BIOS and found that it says "No Valid Partition" in the settings for Intel Rapid Start. I think this could possibly be due to the fact that I am using the 950 Pro through a PCI Adapter?

Any advice would be greatly appreciated. I'm really stuck and have been at this for hours.

I have followed the instructions at http://download.intel.com/support/mo...r_uefi_v13.pdf

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I built a new system for a relative using the H87-G43 MSI board. I have set up a SSD 64 GB to be used as a Caching disk using Intel's Rapid Storage Technology.

I followed the set up procedure which required a BIOS change to RAID Mode before the OS was installed. So I have one 500 GB drive that is accelerated and the 64 GB SSD that is being used as the caching drive.

No errors or BSOD's when booting, I had to enable the drive in the Intel console for this(it sees the drive just fine) to work. The Intel Rapid Storage Technology(Intel SRT) really improves boot times over just using the mechanical drive. It is not a performance issue I am having just a reporting issue I think.

The question I have is about how Windows is reporting the drives in Device manager and computer management.

Windows 7 shows the information below in bold.

In device manager only the 500 GB drive is shown and it is shown as a SCSI device.
In computer management only the 500 GB drive is shown.
Both drives are shown in the Intel management console for this technology.

The computer is running fine and zippy, I am just a bit concerned about the 500GB drive (SATA) being reported as SCSI. Funny I downloaded SPECCY and it shows it as a SCSI drive as well using a 40 pin cable.

Any help, thoughts, ideas, or experience with this technology that could enlighten me would be very helpful.

Thanks

Answer:Intel Rapid Storage Technology MSI H87-G43

Found out this is normal behavior, no issue.

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I have just purchased a Lenovo B50-80 (80LT00H5US)  i3-4005u Notebook (April 2016).
I noticed a Application installed called "Intel Rapid Storage Technology". It has a 500GB HDD Hard Drive.
 
Is there a good reason or reasons that I use it? If there is what are the advantages for me, a guy who uses mail and browses and sometime watches a movie on it.
 
Mod's Edit: System model added to front of Subject line to improve visibility / clarity.
 

Answer:B50-80 - Intel Rapid Storage Technology APP?

Welcome to the Lenovo Community !
 
The main reason for using it is performance of the hard drive.  The Intel Rapid Storage Technology application not only aids in better hard drive transfer speeds, but will also keep power consumption to a minimum.  Whether you are just browsing the web or watching a movie you will find the Intel Rapid Storage Technology of benefit to you.  For more information on Intel Rapid Storage Technology please visit the link I have below.....
 
http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/architecture-and-technology/rapid-storage-technology.html
 

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How do I  Enable Intel Virtualization Technology (vt-x) on HP prodesk 400 g2 mini/ Kim

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Hi Guys, Does anyone know how to enable Intel VT-X on HP Pavilion HP Pavilion ab032tx? I can't see the setting in the BIOS on computer, actualy there is very little in the bios. Also, I am unable to find out the option to enable Intel Virtualization. Any help would be great Regards,Sahibdeep

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I've been trying to get Intel's Rapid start technology working for quite a while now -- I've downloaded all of the drivgers for my motherboard and etc, but I can't install the rapid start software because it tells me that "This Computer does not meet the minimum requirements for installing the software".

At first I thought it was that my 950 Pro was not partition properly, but I've now followed Intel's instructions and created a 'Hibernate' or whatever partition for it, but that doesn't work. I've also currently got 16GB of storage unallocated on the SSD which is double the amount of RAM I currently have in my system because some people recommended unallocating some storage + a little bit extra.

Now that I've fiddled with that for quite a while, I double checked that it was enabled in the BIOS and found that it says "No Valid Partition" in the settings for Intel Rapid Start. I think this could possibly be due to the fact that I am using the 950 Pro through a PCI Adapter?

Any advice would be greatly appreciated. I'm really stuck and have been at this for hours.

I have followed the instructions at http://download.intel.com/support/mo...r_uefi_v13.pdf

Answer:Intel Rapid Start Technology with 950 Pro and Z97-A

Hello harryoui,

Not sure if you are still looking for an answer?

There is a problem if you install the Intel Rapid Start technology before you create the partition. Reading your message it looks like this may be what you did. I would recommend uninstalling the Rapid start technology and then reinstalling so that it can detect the partition properly.

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i rebooted my system from cd's and the intel active management technology wasn't included or it's hidden; i used to have the icon in system tray to alert me if off! any clue how i can get this back; i did download the software from lenovo but still no evidence of it? thanks!

Answer:Intel active management technology

Hello QuadCoreYummy, please refer to this guide .Perhaps there´s any usefull information for you, to get AMT back? Message Edited by Agotthelf on 08-04-2009 09:01 AM

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What are the advantages (if any) and disadvantages (if any) of getting involved with Intel Active Management Technology? My computer is a 64 bit Optiplex with Win7-Pro.

Thanks, in advance, for any advice, comments, etc.

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What are the advantages (if any) and disadvantages (if any) of getting involved with Intel Active Management Technology? My computer is a 64 bit Optiplex with Win7-Pro.

Thanks, in advance, for any advice, comments, etc.

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With the driver revision change of the latest W7 compatible storage management driver has come a name change as well from
Intel Matrix Storage Manager to Intel? Rapid Storage Technology with new driver version v9.5.0.1037.
I've already installed it & it really improved my HD performance with NCQ enabled compared to drivers v8.9.0.1023.
It now is faster in AHIC mode on a single drive compared to IDE mode with this new driver so I'm very pleased with it.

My full system specs are below in my post. (bottom lefthand corner)
Here's a few screenshots of the new interface & HD Tune performance benchmark with AHIC (single drive) & NCQ enabled.

You can check it out here if you like...
Intel? Rapid Storage Technology

And you can download the latest driver here...
Intel? Rapid Storage Technology Driver for Intel Desktop Boards

Answer:Intel® Rapid Storage Technology

On behalf of those who can utilize this technology I thank you for your post and links. Fabe

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Hi what if I enabled Intel Virtual Technology what does it do?

Answer:Enabling the Intel My WIFi Technology

Hello and welcome,
 
Your post subject and content don't seem to match.  What are you asking about?
 
Regards,
Z.

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I want to Enable Intel Virtualization Technology (vt-x) on my HP Pavilion 23-b026in All-in-One Desktop PC. But I'm unable to find the option in my BIOS. My processor is capable for Virtualization Technology but I'm unable to find the option to enable it on my PC. Can you please help.











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Answer:How to Enable Intel Virtualization Technology (vt-x) on HP P...

Hi, Rapidly tapping the ESC key after power on should get you to Startup Menu and from there you can select Computer Setup (bios). If you can't get to the Startup memu using the ESC key then you will need to take a longer route to get into the UEFI settings.  Review this procedure. The below image is reflective for the Leeds motherboard in your PC. There is not a lot of differences between the below image and that which Paul had posted.  You will need to change the Disable to Enable and then save the settings. The other changes will require Windows 8 Pro or higher and also to enable the function under Turn Windows Features On or Off.  

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I have just purchased a Lenovo B50-80 (80LT00H5US)  i3-4005u Notebook (April 2016).I noticed a Application installed called "Intel Rapid Storage Technology". It has a 500GB HDD Hard Drive. Is there a good reason or reasons that I use it? If there is what are the advantages for me, a guy who uses mail and browses and sometime watches a movie on it.

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my intel rapid storage technolgy icon shows not running.on opening the application some thing like detecting problem occurs and it closes automatically.plz suugest me a solution.i'm confused..

Answer:intel rapid storage technology

  
Quote: Originally Posted by cool91abhi


my intel rapid storage technolgy icon shows not running.on opening the application some thing like detecting problem occurs and it closes automatically.plz suugest me a solution.i'm confused..


Welcome to the Sevenforums!

You might want to uninstall the application from Control panel => "programs and features", then reinstall the Intel Rapid storage Technology. See if it's works.

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when i tried to install intel HAXM program it is failed to install a display a message i.e:this computer meets the requirements for HAXM, but  intel virtualization technology (VT-x) is not turned on. 'HAXM cannot  be installed until VT-x is enabled. please refer to the intel HAXM doceumentation for more information.and then i go to BIOS setup and enabled " INTEL VIRTUALIZATION TECHNOLOGY " but i have same problem after enabled.what i supposed to do..........?

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Big_Dave wrote:Hi, Let's know if you are successful using VM.hi there i have a Hp an are facing the same problems but with another Hp laptop. this laptop is HP G61 110SA. can you help find the viurtualization for me.many thanks

Answer:Re: How to Enable Intel Virtualization Technology (vt-x) on ...

Hi Shahed. Intel virtualization technology can be found in the BIOS settings of your pc. Just hit f10 when you boot your pc and it should be in there somewhere. -Hpestell

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Please help me, my notebook is Lenovo 3000 N200 - 0687, CPU is T7100, bios version is 1.16. I cannot enable VT technology to install Windows XP 64bit in VMWare virtual machine. Any know about this, pls help me. Thanks alot

Answer:How to enable Intel VT technology in bios

Me 2nd, needed bit address to enable VT, Thank you!

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I have acer E5-571G-584G (Aspire E15), I need to activate virtualization technology (VT-X). For that i need to access BIOS advance features. But my laptop BIOS not showing advance feature. Please help me to enable VT-X technology...

Thanking You All...

Best Regred,
Pushpika
[edited for privacy-please do not post personal or unique information such as but not limited to full names, email addresses, phone numbers, serial numbers, etc.]
 

Answer:To activate Intel Virtuatilaztion Technology (VT-X...

http://community.acer.com/t5/Knowledge-Base/Hyper-V-and-VT-x-BIOS-support/ta-p/380175

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Hi.....I just installed irst 10.6.0.1002 on a Gigabyte Z68 motherboard.I was running 10.5.0.1027 fine before this. Actually the system appears to be running fine at this new level driver.The problem I'm seeing is that after the irst service starts up I get a small irst error box saying I need to install 10.5.0 or higher;and I need to OK the message to make it go away.I beleive it's a false error detected in the service because 10.6.0.1002 is the latest and greatest.Has anyone seen this error or have a solution to it?
Thanks
Larry

Answer:Intel Smart Response Technology

Your system specs need to be more specific - Antec? Which antec?, Gigabyte? Which Z68 Gigabyte board?

Also can you post an image of the error code?

And I would use the latest drivers that are posted on Gigabyte's site - GIGABYTE - Support & Downloads

Thanks

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Can somebody please explain to me the difference between Intel Core 2 Duo and Intel Viiv Core 2 Duo,

Thanks,
-UNR3ALXV
 

Answer:Solved: Intel Viiv Technology?

Download the Viiv product brief and see for yourself.

Intel® Viiv™ Technology
 

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Hi All, I just bought my first W510 Lenovo a couple months ago and I had a quesiton about a pop up I keep seeing every time I log on. I get this pop up that the Intel Rapid Storage disk has been removed/disabled. Has anyone else experienced this? Just wanted to know what this was and if I needed to address it. Thanks, Phil

Answer:Intel Rapid Storage Technology

In order to save power, the DVD drive shuts down when you are not using it.  Whenever that happens, the disc is unmounted (since it has no power) and the little message says that the drive is unmounted.  Nothing to worry about.

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I wonder if I should turn it off in BIOS. Also, are hibernation and standby modes reliable, or is it better to just turn off the computer instead?













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Answer:Is Intel Rapid Start Technology of any use without an SSD?

Hey there lenssd9,
 
Because the Rapid Start Tech. require an SSD, but I don't think itreally will make a significant difference one way or another if you disable in BIOS. For addional information regarding this from Intel: http://download.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/sb/rapid_start_technology_user_guide.pdf
 
The hibernate and sleep modes are reliable/useful. A quick rundown from Microsoft on the differences:
 
Sleep is a power-saving state that allows a computer to quickly resume full-power operation (typically within several seconds) when you want to start working again. Putting your computer into the sleep state is like pausing a DVD player?the computer immediately stops what it?s doing and is ready to start again when you want to resume working.
 
Hibernation is a  power-saving state designed primarily for laptops.  While sleep puts your work and settings in memory and draws a small amount of power, hibernation puts your open documents and programs on your hard disk, and then turns off your computer.   Of all the power-saving states in Windows, hibernation uses the least amount of power. On a laptop, use hibernation when you know that you won't use your laptop for an extended period and won't have an opportunity to charge the battery during that time.
 
Ultimately these modes are great for resuming work quickly, without having to do a fresh boot.
Hope this clears some things up. And Thank you lenssd9 for being a ... Read more

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Would like to install Intel My Wifi Technology on a HP dv7 2.53 ghz i5 4gb ram. It is already installed on another dv7 (2.4ghz i5 8gb ram).
Does this require a physical device to be installed?

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Hi guys,


I have a HP 8510w laptop with the following specs:

- Windows 7 64 bit ultimate
- Intel core 2 duo 2400 mhz
- 4 gb ram memory
- nVidia quadro FX570m GPU

I get problems when playing UT2003 demo.
The game goes from 200% speed to just 20% speed the whole time, I found out that this is the fault of Intel's speedstep technology. Whenever I change the settings in power management, the situation improves. I already tried putting minimum powermanagement and maximum powermanagement both on 100%.

The best result I can get is putting min and max both on 20%, but the problem stays. I would like to know how I can permanently disable speedstep in bios and in windows? My current bios version does not support this.

I'm sure of it that this is not a videocard problem or whatsoever, games like starcraft 2 are doing fine without any problem.

I hope you guys can help me out.
 

Answer:Disable Intel Speedstep technology

I'd set Speedstep to only run when battery powered and to run at 100% when on AC. There's usually a program running in the System Tray near the clock that controls it, failing that, there ought to be one in Control Panel, look for Intel ... if you don't have that, visit the Intel site and look for Speedstep software.

If your're trying to set the W7 Power Management, again, I'd set everything to max power on AC and something lower for DC.

Your graphics card shoud be fine for the UT demo and great for 2D work.
 

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I understand what Intel Turbo Boost technology is and how it works.

What I would really like to know is "....does it do what it says on the can...." In practice does this technology really work seamlessly in the background as your computing demands vary depending on your current needs?

I am currently considering the purchase of a computer with an Intel® Core™ i5-4200U Processor that is rated 1.6 GHz and 2.6 GHz with TurboBoost, incorporating a 3 MB cache. Some of the work that I do is as mundane and low-usage as Word or Excel and a 1.6 GHz processor is more than adequate. But much of the work that I do is graphically intensive and I expect that at 1.6 GHz the processor will fall over but at 2.6 GHz it should be just fine.

In the real-world of hands-on use is this Intel Turbo Boost technology the answer to vastly different workloads such as that described above...

TiA

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Answer:Intel Turbo Boost Technology

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Would like to install Intel My Wifi Technology on a HP dv7 2.53 ghz i5 4gb ram. It is already installed on another dv7 (2.4ghz i5 8gb ram).
Does this require a physical device to be installed?

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First,  thanks for answering all my questions I get this message when I click on "Intel My WiFi Technology: Disabled", if I open the app, and try to enable it it, it says, no adapter found. What does this mean, it makes me think I have something configured wrong, also, when I bring the machine out of sleep, it will connect to the wireless router (Netgear N 600), but not the internet. Any help would be much appreciated.Thanks

Answer:Intel..My WiFi Technology: Disabled

Ensure the switch is turned on and also use the hotkeys to enable the WLAN.If hotkeys does not work, uninstall the Lenovo Energy Management software then reboot the laptop then reinstall it and see if it helps.

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I am trying to enable Hardware Virtualization Technology Intel VT-x in bios for HP Pavilion g4-1137ca NotebookRunning Windows 10  build 15025 Need it to run VMware 64 bit guest Bios does not allow to enable or to see seting. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Martin

Answer:Hardware Virtualization Technology Intel VT-x

@martinbrown Sorry but your CPU does not support it. Intel® Virtualization Technology for Directed I/O (VT-d) ? No  Intel® Virtualization Technology (VT-x) ? No  https://ark.intel.com/products/55626/Intel-Pentium-Processor-B940-2M-Cache-2_00-GHz REO  

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I've got a Lenovo ThinkPad SL 400 which it's suppose to support 64 bits systems. I'm running VMWare Workstation and I need to be able to create 64bits virtual machines but Intel VT option doesn't appear in the BIOS (AMI 1.23 version) of this laptop. Can anyone help me out with this? I can't believe that older laptops (T's) come with this option and this newer one not.













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Answer:ThinkPad SL 400 and Intel Virtualization Technology

Hello Can you tell us what specs you have on your laptop?Like Processor  ram and  etc ...





*** Lenovo SL 300 P8600 3GB memory and 160 GB HD******WIndows XP pro SP3***

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Please help. I have no idea what Intel Rapid Storage Technology is. I've heard it used in reference to RAID (which I have no idea what that is), but I have heard that it increases performance and battery life.

Problem is, sometimes my computer starts to glitch and the sound gets all distorted and things start to respond really slowly (especially games that use flash) and I'm sure it has something to do with the Rapid Storage Technology because every time I hear that distorted sound, the little Rapid Storage Tech balloon pops up and says something about detecting a port or deleting a port. And the only way to get my computer to start acting normally again is to restart it.

Any ideas?:confused
 

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I am trying to upgrade the hard drives in my desktop.    It was Windows 7 when I purchased it, and I have upgraded to Windows 10.  It is running Intel Rapid Storage Technology, and the drives are in RAID 1 configuration.
I am following instructions on Intel website to replace the drives.  Part of the process involves starting the Rapid Storage software in Windows.
The problem I am having is that when I try to start the software in Windows I get an error message that says the software is already running and cannot be started again.
any ideas?
 

Answer:Intel Rapid Storage Technology

If it is Raid 1, cannot you just replace one drive at a time as you would do if one failed?
The intel utility sits in the hidden icons on the taskbar.

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Hey all, I just wondering, do you all have activated the " Intel Virtualization Technology" ? on ideapad ? since I can't use vmware and the root cause maybe from there. I wanna install 64-bit OS on OS guest into vmware workstation 6.04. And it's says that the host CPU is not cappable running 64-bit virtual machine. So I search the error on vmware and they say like this "Intel CPUs require EM64T and VT support in the chip and in the BIOS." Well I'm quite sure my chipset is EM64T because i using Y450 on P7550 platform, so and then I see they(vmware) write "Firmware/BIOS support is required to enable Intel Virtualization Technology. Some systems (particularly laptops) do not have the necessary firmware/BIOS support to enable Intel Virtualization Technology, and cannot run 64bit guest operating systems." So know i'm very confuse how to activate this Intel Virtualization Technology, since my BIOS only can set wireless LAN, start up, and time... LOL Are there any upgrade on Ideapad to activate this thing ? Thanks & kindly regards, George Felix  

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Hi,I have a problem installing X64 OS on VMWARE Player on my Lenovo AIO 300 Ideacentre , i was not able to find VT-X in BIOS to enable it , please advise how to enable VT-X and to be able to use virtualization and as i mentioned i'am not able to find it in BIOS. Appreciate your kind support.

Answer:Enabling Intel VT (Virtualization Technology)in AI...

I usually can be found either under the Security > Virutualization section, or under Advanced > CPU Setup sections depending on the BIOS.     Hope that helps. 

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Hello. (Sorry for my English. It is not my native language.) I have Lenovo 3000 N200 0769-BAG with T2310 processor and I very strong need "Intel Virtualization Technology" at this laptop (for RHEL6 - KVM). I found that BIOS supports Intel T8300 support.lenovo.com - BIOS Update Utility  (Summary of changes --> Version 3.03) and this processor has VTx feature. intel.com - T8300 but searching the net I was not able to find any confirmations that this laptop will work with this processor as I need with VTx feature. I have found also posts containing doubts. ( forums.lenovo.com - N100 and VT ) So, before I spend my money buying T8300 I would like to be sure does BIOS and motherboard support also VTx feature. Can anybody help me? Thank You in advance for any replays. Regards. Jozek

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is the intel rapid storage technology is for SSD OR HD? or should i download it???

Answer:intel rapid storage technology

It`s actually for a raid setup, but I always install it on my ssd.

Install it.

https://downloadcenter.intel.com/sea...l%C2%AE+RST%29

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I have install MS Virtual PC 2007, and I want to enable hardware virtualization, but I cannot find a setting the BIOS setup to enable this feature. I checked that both my particular Core 2 and chipset support virtualization. Is there a BIOS update from Lenovo to support this? It seems strange that a business orientated product has this feature disabled!

Answer:N100 and Intel Virtualization Technology

HiI asked a similar question about DEP (Disable Execute Protection) which is supported by the chip on a N200 but not through the BIOS for the Lenovo 3000 N200.From various replies it seems Lenove have stripped off and dumb down the 3000 series and do not offer these sorts of features.RegardsPhil

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