ASROCK Z77 PRO4 INTEL SMART CONNECT DRIVER DETAILS:
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ASROCK Z77 PRO4 INTEL SMART CONNECT DRIVER
At no point is it secured down.
The layout of the board is excellent. There are no real problem areas I can think of. The CPU socket area is almost a barren waste land. In any case as always this problem can be mitigated with wisely chosen components.
There are four DIMM slots lacking in color coding. Unfortunately these are not placed far enough away from the expansion slot area as to avoid any clearance issues with installation of modules while a larger video card is installed. Removing the video card in order to access the memory slot locking tabs may be necessary. Others Asrock Z77 Pro4 Intel Smart Connect started to follow suit so I think ASRock would benefit from doing the same in this case. The chipset occupies the left hand corner of the board.
[H]ardOCP: ASRock Z77 Pro4-M LGA Motherboard Review
The 8 Asrock Z77 Pro4 Intel Smart Connect ports included are found here. It has been on other ASRock board which is why I bring it up. Isn't the Lan -- Realtek Lan driver ver: No disrespect meant but I don't understand you at all. Are you saying that even if I install that driver I still won't be able to connect to the Internet? The other two builds I've done worked absolutely fine connecting to the Internet after installing LAN drivers. All of drivers and utilities I listed in my OP are what is available for this motherboard.
Z77 Pro4-M micro ATX - which order to install drivers?
I pretty much planned on installing all the ones that clutchc mentioned in his post. Since this is my first time using an ASRock board I Asrock Z77 Pro4 Intel Smart Connect there might be someone here who has or is using an ASRock MB who might have some recommendations whether any other of the drivers, other than the obvious ones, need to be installed.
That is why I posted to this ASRock forum. That way I know I'm safe r while I download other stuff. Then the chip set drivers next.
But ithe order doesn't matter all that much. Like I say, Win7 will have your PC ready to run with its built-in drivers.
And yes, LAN driver is the internet driver If you are going to rely on a wireless network, you'll need to install the wireless driver from your adapter. Although, sometimes Windows will identify it and load a generic. I haven't had much luck that way though. Always had to load the manufacturer's driver. Thanks for the clarification. Pretty Asrock Z77 Pro4 Intel Smart Connect what I thought but wanted to be sure as this is my first time using a ASRock board and I'm also fairly new at this system building thing 3rd build so I didn't want to screw things up.
ASRock Z77 PRO4-M (LGA 1155 DDR3 2800) - Chipset Intel Z77 - e-SATA - USB3.0
I didn't word my OP very well at all. Just was hoping that someone here is using this particular MB and could make some recommendation. I do appreciate all that took the time to reply. Not totally necessary, but AHCI is newer and suppose to be better. Supports Intel® Rapid Start Technology and Smart Connect Technology 2 x SATA3 Gb/s connectors by Intel® Z77, support RAID (RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 5. ASRock Z77 Pro4 - motherboard - ATX - LGA Socket - Z77 overview and full Intel Smart Connect Technology, Intel Turbo Boost Asrock Z77 Pro4 Intel Smart ConnectASRock.