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Originally Posted by Fernando 1 View Post

Why do you think, that the Win7 installation failure has anything to do with this thread?

Because I wasn't sure if the new orom is to blame or because my install DVD is too old or a combination of both. If so something to be aware of dont you think?
post #1032 of 3916
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Originally Posted by davidm71 View Post

Because I wasn't sure if the new orom is to blame or because my install DVD is too old or a combination of both. If so something to be aware of dont you think?
No, it seems to me, that your old DVD has gotten a scratch or something like this, which is nothing extraordinary regarding this sort of data medium.
If the new Intel RAID ROM would have induced the Win7 installation failure, you wouldn't have been able to successfully restore the Win7 partition.
post #1033 of 3916
No it's not a scratch as I first tried doing the installation with a 32 bit install DVD then when that didn't work I tried the 64 bit install DVD. I used the latest raid driver placed on a USB key. That raid driver loaded successfully but right after when it tried to write to the raid array it threw an error like 0x08005000 (don't remember actual number). Note this was a raid 0 two drive array with two intel 520 ssds. Curious that Acronis had no issues restoring an old backup to the array.
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Originally Posted by Aznboy1993 View Post

As long as the SSD is not in a RAID array even with the controller set to RAID, the controller will still be able to send TRIM commands to the SSD. It's basically operating within AHCI speicfications regardless if the controller is set to RAID and you have other arrays present.

Thanks, Aznboy1993! Then I just need to plug the new SSD to go, with the ability of TRIM, and don't need make backup to external device and demount the RAID array. Save a lot of time! thumb.gif
post #1035 of 3916
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Originally Posted by garikfox View Post

askkai: Yeah, what Aznboy1993 said is correct
I didnt add the ASRock P67's because most if not all just have the Windows BIOS flash and I cant extract the BIOS from that windows executable.
I'f you can get a hold of the actual ROM file I will modify it wink.gif

You act so quick that make the mod rom for Asrock P67 extreme6. As I said, I just grab a single SSD that need TRIM commands, but SSD RAID-0. Anyway, I think it does help bros who own this board to form RAID-0 TRIM. Next time I should better buy a AS_S board, haha! Thanks garikfox!
post #1036 of 3916
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Originally Posted by ucode View Post

garikfox, while the AsRock downloads may appear as only for Windows i.e. AsRock P67 Extreme6 BIOS v2.10 from USA
ftp://174.142.97.10/bios/1155/P67%20Extreme6(2.10)WIN.zip
AFAIK you should be be able to get just the ROM image by replacing WIN with ROM i.e.
ftp://174.142.97.10/bios/1155/P67%20Extreme6(2.10)ROM.zip
HH.

Yup~ I tried and couldn't find the option to save BIOS as file, so you found the way to download the original ROM and integrated to the Windows execute. Thanks, ucode!
post #1037 of 3916
Hi Guys,

I have an asus p9x79 (non pro etc) . Am wondering if anyone can confirm that with the latest Raid Orom this board can run raid WITH Trim support?

I have not been able to find any information that confirms it either way.

Would be interested in trying a modified bios with latest Orom.

Would someone mind modding the bios and making it available.?

Looking forward to experimenting.


Thanks smile.gif Merry Christmas

Brad
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Hey garik, on the ftp you've got Gigabyte Z68 and Z77 bios files, whats the story on Gigabyte P67 bios'? Are they not compatible or do I need to send you a rom?thumb.gif
    
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Yeah the Gigabyte P67's dont use AMI BIOS, to mod those you have to use CBROM and I hate using it because its so risky. If one of the sensitive modules gets messsed up it can brick the motherboard.
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badms: Im not sure if the X79's can use the new OROM, I think Fernando would know though
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