This is one PAINFUL solution.
1. I had to find a spare HDD.
2. Install a new Windows 7
3. All my Drives shows as ATA instead of the stupid SCSI driver which I cannot remove.
4. Successful updating my SSD.
Please contact SCSI to Intel. This driver will be problematic for future users who installed Intel RTS or RST software. Even you uninstalled it, the driver remains and the original Windows 7 ATA driver is gone.