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    offline scanner that works with intel rapid storage technology

    I am trying to find offline malware scanners that will work with a MB that uses Intel Rapid storage technology.

    So far everything I have tried does not have the proper drivers.

    Any suggestions?

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    Hi, rec.

    Do you use RAID?

    What Intel motherboard chipset and RST driver versions do you have?

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    satrow,

    Yes I am using RAID
    The chipset is Z77 and the RST driver version is Intel Desktop/Workstation/Server Express Chipset SATA RAID Controller version: 12.8.0.1016 date: 8/1/2013

    My disks 224GB SSD partitioned as 160 GB RAID 0 system drive and 64GB RAID 0 Cache
    2 1863GB disks setup as RAID 1
    2 149GB disks setup as RAID 0 and Accelerated using RST

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    Hmm, what have you tried so far? http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/w...fender-offline ?

    If you have a current malware issue, you might be better getting some free help from malware experts online.

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    I do not have a current problem. I am trying to collect a set of tools that I can use if and when I do have a problem.

    I have tried Windows Defender Offline Beta x64 and AVG Rescue CD
    I tried WDO beta because I am running W 8.1 X64
    I have tried these CDs on 2 machines. A Lenovo T61 laptop and a build your one GIGABYTE GA-X77X-UD5H
    Both CDs appear to run properly on the Lenovo.
    On The GIGABYTE using WDO I get
    This App can't be started
    Error: Unable to detect a Windows system drive. This could be due to missing drivers, an encrypted drive or a corrupted Windows installation.
    Error Code 0x8004cc01
    On the GIGABYTE using AVG Rescue CE Version when I get some initial failure UTILITIES_SMARTCTL_ERRORs and then reach the main menu
    At the main menu when I try to start the scan I get a screen to select the volumes to scan. The only volume offered and one I cannot change is [*] /mnt/sr0 iso9669 106.8M
    which is the CD I am booting from.

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