Just updated the OROM for a Asus Maximus V Formula 1704 Bios version
I'm trying to use TRIM on 2 x SSD Raid 0 Samsung 840 pro (256gb each)
No problems when it booted up after installing the modified bios, however they are some things that they dont seem to be right.
- Im unable to see any of my HDD/SSD/Drives connected to the z77 sata chipset port (6.0)
- Im unable to boot from BIOS using any of my 2 drives(DVD-Blu ray), which are connected to the z77 sata port (3.0), however i can boot from USB
- When i go into bios, the file version is actually 1604, i thought it should have been 1704?
When i insert the w7 dvd on the drive, it takes some time for bios to come up, but when it does, i go to Boot devices, i click on my drive name and the screen goes black for about 30 seconds, then it comes back to the bios.. Weird!
When i load w7 using the usb, it takes some time for windows to show up, but once i get to the drive part, it does show the raid 0 as one drive of 246GB, so i guess it must be working.
Finally, once i get around this issue, I will be Installing w7 ultimate x64 using the dedicated raid driver from the intel website. (x64)
Thanks for any help!
Edit: Got some corsair devices installed, I founded out that if you install the 3.5 iRST drivers, will cause you to have bsod due to the corsair link software, however in my case, I have updated the OROM file+ I'll installing the latest version 11.7 raid driver.
Is someone using any corsair devices like the h100i or the corsair cooling kit/Commander +The customized OROM and getting any bsod?
I choose to update the OROM Bios because I will like to obtain TRIM support and being able to use the corsair like software.
Cheers!Edited by safado2 - 3/29/13 at 2:44am