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How do I set up Intel Smart Response on my hybrid drive

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I own a HP Pavilion dv6t-7000 CTO Entertainment Notebook PC. I have a 1TB hard drive with a 32 GB SSD used for caching and accelerating using Intel's Smart Response Technology and Rapid Storage Technology console. I had to send in my computer for warranty service that included replacing the hard drive. I appears that the SSD may not have been configured.  Below I have screenshots of the screen that now shows after the POST (that didn't appear before I sent it in for service) and the Intel RST console.

 

I'm just trying to get it back to its original settings, where it uses Intel's Smart Response Technology to improve performance.  How should I configure the SSD given what shows in the screenshots below?

 

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Since it has come back I get the following screen after the POST.  I am limited to options 3 (resetting to a non-RAID disk) and 6 (exit):

 

 After POST Screenshot

 

Intel Rapid Storage Technology console:

 

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Console 2

 

 Console 3

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What happens when you try to click on any of the options in the "accelerate" tab?


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It is fixed now. To fix it I did a complete backup of my files and settings, then, in the Accelerate window I clicked on Disassociate. I also reset to SSD to available. After rebooting a couple of times, all appears to be normal.

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