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Dell Latitude E6420 Notebook Intel Rapid Storage Technology Driver

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Dell Latitude E6420 Notebook Intel Rapid Storage Technology Driver

There no sound latency issues at all.

By the way it's pretty weird that one storage driver can have an impact on so many components and it's really hard to believe that updating such a driver would solve the problem but that's how it is. After monitoring the system for an hour the highest spike was milliseconds - and that was probably just once.

Good luck, it should be an easy fix. This is what you get for trying to help people out for free I guess! Steve January 22, at 1: I could have easily gotten the password before I doomed my computer into safe mode purgatory if it simply said I needed it in the post.

My laptop is Latitude E I confirmed from CNET. I downloaded and unpacked the RST package from dell website under what is listed for my laptop.

I also installed the latest chipset driver provided by dell, once i made sure that BIOS update was successful and did not degrade the system. So, battery replaced and its working again.

Dell Latitude E6420 Notebook Intel Rapid Storage Technology Driver (2019)

I made sure all optimizations that i could find on internet have been applied, as below: The only sure-fire remedy was to re-set the ASIO driver through its control panel but that's a very annoying thing to do every few minutes. So after two days of trying all kinds of workarounds I have finally succeeded to get rid of DPC delays.

Dell Latitude E6420 Notebook Intel Rapid Storage Technology Drivers for Windows XP

For completeness' sake, here's also the steps I did that did not produce any results for me.

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