02-23-2019 04:51 PM
What are the implications of installing Intel RST v 16, for the purpose of installing Optane, wtihout 1st installing Microsoft .Net 4.7 and turning Windows Features On ( .Net Framework features) in Control Panel?
03-01-2019 08:03 PM - edited 03-01-2019 08:06 PM
Welcome to the HP Support Community @Gary85
No difference in the installation order.
What are the base requirements to run Intel Optane memory?
- 7th Generation (or newer) Intel® Core™ Processor.
- Intel® 200 Series Chipset (or newer).
- Intel Optane memory ready UEFI BIOS. Legacy BIOS mode isn't supported.
- Intel® BIOS SATA controller mode set to "Intel® RST...."
- Remapping enabled on the PCIe slot connecting the Intel® Optane™ memory module. (See the motherboard vendors user manual for more information.)
- Windows® 10 x64.
- Intel Rapid Storage Technology 15.5 or newer driver.
- Note: Some features/capabilities are only supported on later drivers, so it's recommended to always use the latest supported on your platform.
- Drive to be accelerated.1:
- SATA-based primary/system boot drive or secondary/data drive.2
- GPT Partition table is required for SATA disk to be accelerated. (Drives setup with MBR partition tables aren't supported for acceleration.)
- 5MB available at the end of disk.
1 Intel Optane memory can only accelerate SATA-based drives (SSD, SSHD, HDD). You can use it with 2.5", 3.5", or M.2 form factor drives as long as they're connected with chipset lanes.
2 SATA-based data/secondary drive acceleration is supported on select Processor/Chipsets and Intel® RST drivers.
Intel® Optane™ Memory Install/Uninstall Guide:
03-02-2019 07:10 PM
Allow me to reframe the question please -
For HP ProBook Laptops, is it not a requirement that the .Net Framework (current versioin) should be 1st installed and the .Net Framework function turned on in > Control Panel > Programs & Features > Turn Windows Features On/Off > .Net Framework - Advanced Services (check the box for ASP.Net) ... before the Intel RST and Optane M.2 card is installed??