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post #1411 of 3922
Thanks a lot garikfox thumb.gif
post #1412 of 3922
davidm71:

in the past its not working but now yes no error withe this version... i have the great moded rst garikfox withe my logo working ! ^^

thank you for your questions david its make me try again wink.gif maybe old bios have bug... or the old version of orom rst...
Edited by Fraizer - 3/28/13 at 11:07pm
post #1413 of 3922
applied both updates
- trim on raid-0 not working any more
- 4K writes are 18% down mad.gif

changed back to:
The RAID OROM & UEFI version for this release is 12.0.0.1783, the driver version is 12.0.0.1082
everything working fine again smile.gif
Edited by jeroompje - 3/29/13 at 12:31am
post #1414 of 3922
then i have problem i dont knwo if its because i put my logo boot in the moded version bios withe rst 12... withe asus my logo soft.
but when i start (after a shutdown) the computer i have message tell me somthing like this : not booting need to replace the boot drive etc... to solve this i need to go to the bios and save and reboot and i can boot under windows 7....

any one have this problem ? i have a 'asus maximus V Gene' bios 1707 (Z77) withe last rst and i put a personal logo boot withe asus my logo software...

thank you for your help

frown.gif
Edited by Fraizer - 3/29/13 at 12:15am
post #1415 of 3922
Hello guys!

Just updated the OROM for a Asus Maximus V Formula 1704 Bios version

MAXIMUS-V-FORMULA-ASUS-1707.

I'm trying to use TRIM on 2 x SSD Raid 0 Samsung 840 pro (256gb each)thumb.gif

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)

http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?ProductID=2101&DwnldID=22194&lang=eng&iid=dc_rss

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
post #1416 of 3922
@ garikfox and all users, who are going to flash a BIOS containing a modded version of the Intel RAID ROM v12.5.0.1815:

Before you are going to continue your work, please read the following posts:
1. http://www.win-lite.de/wbb/board208-specials/board281-bios-bios-modding/17000-ahci-raid-rom-modules-for-bios-modding-already-extracted/index8.html#post156468
2. http://forums.anandtech.com/showpost.php?p=34808990&postcount=491
After having seen the report done by the user ney2x (1. linked page) I am really unsure, if the Intel RAID ROM modules v12.5.0.1815, which I had modified regarding the TRIM in RAID0 feature for P67 and Z68 resp. P55 chipset RAID systems, really will let the TRIM command pass through the related SATA RAID Controllers.
As you can read within the second link, there were already doubts yesterday regarding the ability to enable the TRIM in RAID0 support the same way as it was possible with previous Intel RAID ROM versions (incl. v12.0.0.1783).
As a consequence I have temporarily removed the download links to both modified Intel RAID ROM v12.5.0.1815 modules from this page:
http://www.win-lite.de/wbb/board208-specials/board281-bios-bios-modding/17000-ahci-raid-rom-modules-for-bios-modding-already-extracted/
I do apologize any inconvience for garikfox, who had already flashed my modded Intel RAID ROM modules v12.5.0.1815 into a lot of BIOS files, and for users, who have already flashed such BIOS into the BIOS chip of their mainboard hoping to get TRIM in RAID0 support.

If I should be wrong with my scepticism regarding the TRIM in RAID0 support of my especially modified Intel RAID ROM modules v12.5.0.1815, I will reinsert the download links.
What I really need is more feedback by P67 resp. Z68 chipset SSD RAID0 users, who already have flashed the newest BIOS containing the modded RAID ROM v12.5.0.1815. Is TRIM active within your RAID0 or not?

Regards
Fernando
post #1417 of 3922
Hello Fernando,

I would like to thank you for taking the time and modding the Bio and adding the latest OROM, so we can enjoy the best TRIM available.

I was able to Flash one of your modded OROM files, currently using the 12.0.0.1783, however I cant seem to find any of my sata devices within the sata bios tab.

Finally, I cant boot any dvd from any drive connected to the Sata 3 ports, however the i can boot from usb.

Is this normal at all?

Thanks.
post #1418 of 3922
Quote:
Originally Posted by safado2 View Post

I was able to Flash one of your modded OROM files, currently using the 12.0.0.1783, however I cant seem to find any of my sata devices within the sata bios tab.
Does that mean, that the related SATA connected devices do work and are shown within Windows, but you don't see them in the BIOS?
If yes, you may clear CMOS and redo all BIOS settings.
Quote:
Finally, I cant boot any dvd from any drive connected to the Sata 3 ports
Please check your BIOS settings regarding the bootable drives.
By the way: Some optical drives do not like to run in AHCI or RAID mode.
post #1419 of 3922
Quote:
Originally Posted by Fernando 1 View Post

Does that mean, that the related SATA connected devices do work and are shown within Windows, but you don't see them in the BIOS?
If yes, you may clear CMOS and redo all BIOS settings.

Please check your BIOS settings regarding the bootable drives.
By the way: Some optical drives do not like to run in AHCI or RAID mode.

It was working before flashing the new OROM.

I see all my drives connected when i load the w7 through the usb stick, but i dont see any drives/hdd/ssd when i go inside the bios.
Edited by safado2 - 3/29/13 at 4:56am
post #1420 of 3922
Quote:
Originally Posted by safado2 View Post

It was working before flashing the new OROM.
If you flash a new or just a modified BIOS into the BIOS chip of your mainboard, all previously BIOS settings will be altered.
That is why you should
1. choose and store the standard (DEFAULT) BIOS settings, before you flash any BIOS,
2. clear CMOS after having flashed the new BIOS,
3. redo the "Optimized DEFAULT" BIOS settings and at least
3. redo your individual BIOS settings.
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