NBR Windows 10 Clean Installation Guide

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  1. Ultra Male

    Ultra Male Super Tweaker

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    Added to the OP:

    1) Set the boot mode in your BIOS to Intel Rapid Storage (AKA RAID)
    2) Create the RAID Array from the BIOS for the required SSDs and set the Data Stripe Size to 64K
    3) Boot from the Windows 10 Installation Disk
    4) When it prompts you to install Windows and shows you the drive, don't create the partition yet, instead, hit Load Driver then navigate to the root of your Windows 10 USB Flash Disk then point it to the folder which contains the RAID Driver and let it load the first driver (you usually see 2 choices)
    5) Now create the partition and install Windows on it
    6) Configure everything as you like then install all your drivers
    7) Now after Windows loads, wait for about 2 minutes until you see the Rapid Storage Technology icon in the taskbar, then head to the performance tab and set the options like this:
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    8) Restart
     
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    Donie Ray Samba-an Notebook Guru

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    What is the difference if I turnoff cache mode vs. selecting write-back?
     
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    Updating 2x same file on windows update
    What this is?[​IMG]

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    Papusan JOKEBOOKS = That sucks! Dont wast your $ on FILTHY

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    The count of 3 shows it was only installed 1 time - there are 2 other patches in that group - but the (2) might suggest a 2nd revision?

    Is that how MS is differentiating the latest version from the pulled initial version?

    When MS reissues a patch it doesn't change the number, it simply replaces the old one of the same number.

    That would be my guess...
     
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