Discussion in 'Windows 11' started by Enthousiast, May 11, 2022.
Please re-read my just updated post.
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The sense of my previous 2 posts was to report about the possible reason of my encountered "missing Systray bug". That is why I tested several different NVMe drivers. It was not my intention to persuade the Forum visitors to change the NVMe driver.
The Samsung 990 would need a 100% matching Samsung NVMe driver to get full support by Samsung's Magician, but unfortunately Samsung doesn't offer such NVMe driver.
For whom is the "thumb down" symbol? If it should be for me, please explain it.
@Fernando 1 is an expert in drivers. I know him from other forums. Why are you trying to make him look like a noob?
I guess the "thumb down" is for Samsung.
Samsung and Microtrash.
For the record, I'm not attacking you, as a Samsung nvme user myself, I'm simply baffled as to why you need to use Magician more than to provision the drive for first use, or to periodically check for firmware updates, which I believe does not happen for the 970 anymore, mine has not seen an update for nearly 2 years now.. I had the 970 nvme as my main system drive for 2 years, and only ever installed Magician to check for firmware updates to the drive, the 970 is now my storage drive after being replaced with a FireCuda 530. I never once in my life installed the Samsung nvme driver, as everybody knows the Microsoft standard driver is the most performant and less buggy option, even Intel stated this years ago, yet I had no issue installing and running Magician, but maybe Samsung have recently changed that. Personally, I'm not surprised you have issues if you are using Samsungs driver, I'm just scratching my head at what exactly you need it for? But if you have a reason, then it's your choice, and you have found an interesting bug, and it's great that you get the info out there for others in your position. I hope Samsung/Microsoft fix this issue soon.
IMHO, I think you should have let this go a while ago, but you keep posting. So, here's what I think. How can Intel report that Samsung's driver is more latent and buggier on Samsung hardware than Microsoft default disk driver???? In which version of Windows? The statement makes no sense. If Intel said that Intel NVME runs better on a Microsoft driver then its own coding, then post that source. But saying that Microsoft posts a less latent more stable option on Samsung hardware than Samsung Drivers then please post your source as well. You have a strong opinion that doesn't appear to be backed by any evidence whatsoever. I haven't seen any performance metrics either way. I think it just makes sense to use the driver that is specifically written for that hardware. I never said it would perform better or have less bugs than another....
So, you're telling me that this driver in the attachment works better than the Samsung NVME driver on Windows 11?
Nobody can replace any MS in-box Disk Management driver (see attachment) by any 3rd party Storage Controller driver.
Just for your information ....direct storage only works with standard nvme express drivers, your actually going to be losing performance (if you ever gained any at all) when direct storage games become available for win 11
After clean install, I am still suffering muliple GSOD, even on Build 22623.1180
Event Viewer: The computer has rebooted from a bugcheck. The bugcheck was: 0x00000034 (0x0000000000051546, 0xfffff28d844ced38, 0xfffff28d844ce550, 0xfffff80283b2b8b1). A dump was saved in: C:\Windows\MEMORY.DMP. Report Id: 0f294aaa-3f1e-4ed8-9848-40b92694c35a.
before help , your hardware was supported by windows 11 ? , motherboard bios are up to date ? , latest driver from manufacturer ( not oem ! ) are use ? fyi driver from manufacturer are more recent than oem
Anyone knows where the taskmanager preferences are saved in win11?
It´s not HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\TaskManager
The issue im having with build 22621.1192 is i cant see any of my other computers in my network share.