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post #1151 of 3914
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Originally Posted by jeroompje View Post

The option is not there.
the word "uefi" only appears if an usb stick is present to boot from it..
That is a pity.
Nevertheless you may try to set the "Option ROM Messages" option to "Keep Current", choose the "UEFI Bootloader" for "Boot Option Priorities", save these settings, reboot and reenter BIOS Setup.
If you still won't get the "Intel(R) Rapid Storage" tab, we probably can forget the injection of the "SataDriver" module into the BIOS of 6-series chipset mainboards.
post #1152 of 3914
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Originally Posted by Fernando 1 View Post

That is a pity.
Nevertheless you may try to set the "Option ROM Messages" option to "Keep Current", choose the "UEFI Bootloader" for "Boot Option Priorities", save these settings, reboot and reenter BIOS Setup.
If you still won't get the "Intel(R) Rapid Storage" tab, we probably can forget the injection of the "SataDriver" module into the BIOS of 6-series chipset mainboards.
boot option priorities setting is not there..
post #1153 of 3914
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Originally Posted by jeroompje View Post

boot option priorities setting is not there..
Don't your Boot options look like this?:
post #1154 of 3914
when "option rom messages" is set to "keep current" than the intel raid option screen message at boot is gone, but nothing else changes..


Edited by jeroompje - 1/28/13 at 6:06am
post #1155 of 3914
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Originally Posted by jeroompje View Post

when "option rom messages" is set to "keep current" than the intel raid option screen message at boot is gone, but nothing else changes.
Which options do you get, when you hit "PCI ROM Priority"?
post #1156 of 3914
Legacy rom
efi compatible rom
tried them both; no difference
post #1157 of 3914
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Originally Posted by jeroompje View Post

Legacy rom
efi compatible rom
tried them both; no difference
What do you mean with "No difference"?
Both RAID modules (Legacy and EFI) of your manboard are v11.6.0.1702.
Please choose the "EFI Compatible ROM" option, save the settings, reboot, enter the BIOS again and look for the "Intel(R) Rapid Storage" tab.
post #1158 of 3914
I did but no rst tab...
post #1159 of 3914
IIRC there is a CSM Auto/Enable/Disable setting in the MIVE-Z BIOS but is hidden and probably a high chance that it does not work out of the box any way. With my P67 the RST page could be had by using the right or left arrow to tab through the main tabs as a default tab was not present for RST. FYI AFAIK Asrock has only just started adding RST tabs so still quite a few Asrock BIOS have the EFI RAID driver but no access to the EFI RAID setup utility in the BIOS.

What are you hoping for performance wise, a faster BIOS post time but with a possibly slower OS driver? 11.2 OS driver is still the fastest for me but for some reason does not work when using it with the BIOS EFI driver, not that I gave much time to testing.

With my own setup the ASUS P67 uses just a 4MB BIOS chip which is too small really. For instance it use to have a dual boot block for crash free operation, if something went bad when flashing one of the boot blocks the other could be utilized for recovery. Now there is only one boot block in order to make room for the newer stuff, very tight. frown.gif
post #1160 of 3914
hey this is my first post,

does anybody know if asrock uses dual boot blocks? i have heard they dont for older motherboards. for example i use the fatality z68 pro gen 3 just wanted to make sure before i mod my bios.
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