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post #1451 of 3916
now its ok for me

its the boot order wink.gif

(dont understand why withe previous version i dont have this problem of boot... any way now its ok wink.gif

thank you !
post #1452 of 3916
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Originally Posted by safado2 View Post

Which is the lastest OROM from intel and the latest Raid driver as well??

I'd say 12.5.0.1066 RAID OROM and IRST 12.5.0.1066 drivers, as far as i know...that's why i went that route... wink.gif

@wangliangcn, imho Garikfox would give you a valid answer, probably a 11.x version, better wait for Garikfox to answer this mate... wink.gif

@Fraizer, rock on bro... thumb.gif
post #1453 of 3916
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Originally Posted by fommof View Post

I'd say 12.5.0.1066 RAID OROM and IRST 12.5.0.1066 drivers, as far as i know...that's why i went that route... wink.gif

@wangliangcn, imho Garikfox would give you a valid answer, probably a 11.x version, better wait for Garikfox to answer this mate... wink.gif

@Fraizer, rock on bro... thumb.gif

I actually believed it was the 12.5.0.1815 OROM
post #1454 of 3916
Let's wait for Garikfox to answer this. wink.gif
post #1455 of 3916
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Originally Posted by safado2 View Post

I actually believed it was the 12.5.0.1815 OROM

Yes, It's true, the rom file in zip has been updated so I flashed again, ctrl + i and enter raid managment, it's still 12.5.0.1815 even after I reseted RAID settings, so I just re-installed OS and back again.

Thanks @fommof and @safado for your help. smile.gif
post #1456 of 3916
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Originally Posted by wangliangcn View Post

Yes, It's true, the rom file in zip has been updated so I flashed again, ctrl + i and enter raid managment, it's still 12.5.0.1815 even after I reseted RAID settings, so I just re-installed OS and back again.

Thanks @fommof and @safado for your help. smile.gif

No problems my friend.

I just flashed mine, after some complications, I'm able to see the new Intel OROM 12.5.0.1815
Something even better, IM ABLE TO SEE ALL MY DRIVES UNDER RAID MODE!!!! thumb.gifthumb.gif

Finally, Im able to boot from any Optical drive connected to the Raid, which in this case are the 2 sata3 ports!!!

Will be Installing this drivers too:

> 64bit Intel RST (s) AHCI / RAID driver v12.5.0.1066 WHQL < (dated 22.03.2013, for Intel AHCI / RAID systems suitable with SATA controllers from the 5-series, the X79 except RAID mode)

> Intel RST (s) complete package v12.5.0.1066 WHQL < (with RST (s) Console Software 12.5.0.1066 dated 22.03.2013, for the installation of the software. NET Framework 4.5 is required)
post #1457 of 3916
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Originally Posted by safado2 View Post

Wangliangcn's mobo has a Z68 chipset, I was not aware that the new Intel OROM 12.50.1815 Will not work under his chipset, but as you suggest, It will work under the Z77 chipset.
That is not 100% correct. The Intel RAID ROM v12.5.0.1815 (original and modified) will work flawlessly for all Intel SATA RAID Controllers with a DeviceID 2822 or 282a.
That means, that all Intel 4-Series, 5-Series and 6-Series chipsets inclusive P67 and Z68 are able to use this newest Intel RAID ROM version - whether original or modified.
The only disadvantage for P67 and Z68 users will be, that TRIM in RAID0 may not work, because Intel obviously has changed some internal codes within the original module with the result, that the TRIM in RAID0 feature obviously cannot be enabled for originally not supported chipsets the way I did it before.
post #1458 of 3916
I tried the new mod with my P8Z77-V LK but no luck. A message appeared saying "Verification Failure." Since the motherboard doesn't have a Flashback button, how then could I flash it?

I also tried the Asus Update in Asus Suite in Win8 x64 but it doesn't seem to "flash" the existing 1001 Bios.

Can anyone help me out here? Really appreciated.
Edited by comsci - 3/30/13 at 6:40am
post #1459 of 3916
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Originally Posted by comsci View Post

I tried the new mod with my P8Z77-V LK but no luck. A message appeared saying "Verification Failure." Since the motherboard doesn't have a Flashback button, how then could I flash it?
A good alternative for ASUS P8 Bioses is the tool Flash Toolkit (FTK). Here is the guide: http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1726429
post #1460 of 3916
Thanks Fernando for your kind and prompt help. I'll look into it. biggrin.gif
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