Issue#40844: How to Install Intel Rapid Storage Technology

  • I just reinstalled Windows 10 on a new partition and now all the utilities that were there before are now gone.

     

    I need to verify a RAID array.  It is not broken.  There is nothing wrong with it.  I can access the disk just fine.  However, in the BIOS, it says it needs to verified, and so that is what I want to do. 

     

    Now, once upon a time, Intel Rapid Storage Technology was a Windows Desktop application.  And you could do things like ask it to verify a RAID array.

     

    Now, on the Intel Website, all I see for download is the Intel RST *driver*. 

     

    I don't want the driver.  I want the application. 

     

    Where can I download the ***application***. 

     

    Thank you,

     

    Roy

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