Originally Posted by jeroompje
how do i do that with mmtool?
Here is the procedure (just successfully tested by me):
- Download the original Intel EFI RAID module v18.104.22.1682 from here: http://win-lite.de/benutzer/fernando/ROM-Module/Intel/RSTe/Intel_EFI_RAID_SataDriver_v22.214.171.1242.7z
- Copy the Aptio MMTool, the current BIOS for your mainboard and the unzipped "SataDriver" file into any folder.
- Run the MMTool and open the actual BIOS for your mainboard.
- Hit the "Insert" tab and browse to the "Module file" named Intel_SataDriver_v11601702.bin.
- Enter "01" (without the quotation marks) into the Vol. Index field (01 is the Volume, where the CSMCORE file of your BIOS is located).
- Make sure, that
- within the "For Option ROM only" sector the "Link present" field is unchecked and
- within the "Insert FFS options" the option "Insert as is" is checked.
- Hit the "Insert" button.
- Save the ROM file.
After having done that, the MMTool will show you a new line at Volume 1 Index AB named "SataDriver" with a GUID starting with 90C8D394.
Just to verify, that it is the correct Intel EFI RAID module v126.96.36.1992, you should highlight the SataDriver line, enter a file name like "SataDriver.bin" into the "Module file" field and extract the module, but this time with the "Extract UnCompressed" option (don't touch the "For Option ROM only" area). After having opened the 184 KB sized module you should see the version number.
It would be fine, if you would be able to flash this BIOS into your mainboard BIOS chip and would see a new UEFI BIOS tab named "Intel(R) Storage Technology". As always: You will flash the modified BIOS at own risk.
Just for your information: Until now it is impossible to insert the EFI RAID module, which has been modified regarding enabling TRIM in RAID0 für Z68 and P67 chipset mainboards. I tried to insert it, but I got an "Invalid FFS file" message.
FernandoEdited by Fernando 1 - 1/26/13 at 8:45am