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Originally Posted by Aznboy1993 View Post

I wonder if this is also applicable for Asus Z77 chipsets (i.e. Maximus V Gene)?
Usually the actual BIOSes of Z77 mainboards do already contain a "SataDriver" module, which can be updated if desired.
Edited by Fernando 1 - 4/3/13 at 3:51pm
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just updated my MVE to 12.5 OROM and it works great I must admit smile.gif
so far had a chance to test it only with spare HDD RAID0 (SATA2) and noticed improvement over stock OROM 11.0.1339
hoping for the best when I go SSD RAID0 in a few days (again) wink.gif

job well done people, great thanks for this thread and linked downloads, worked like a charm with ROG flashback method.
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Hello guys, been away for a while.

My Trim is working fine on a Z77 chipset, however I have seen many users with the current configurations above, however At my BIOS nothing like this shows up.. I think im missing something.

First of all, I dont know much about SataDriver, Can someone tell what is that and what is it for?

Atm im running this:

RAID ROM v12.5.0.1815
iRST: v12.0.0.1082

So far so good, But have not Installed Satadrive at all, Should I have too?
Got a Asus Maximus v Formula Mobo.

Im unable to see UEFI at the Bios, what most of you guys see is the name if your raid, the capacity, etc.

Im not installing W8 as i Dont really like it, Only W7 Ultimate 64 bits.

Hope it makes sense.
Edited by safado2 - 4/4/13 at 12:48am
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@Fernando
Do you think I should recreate the raid array if I insert the modified 12.5 orom? The raid array was originally created using the 11.6 orom.
    
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@Fernando
Do you think I should recreate the raid array if I insert the modified 12.5 orom? The raid array was originally created using the 11.6 orom.
I would do it, because v12.5 belongs to another RST development branch than v11.6.
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I would do it, because v12.5 belongs to another RST development branch than v11.6.

Does this mean reinstalling Windows all over again?
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I luckily stumbled onto ur thread after spending all day trying to get my fatality pro z77 to boot-install windows 7 ultimate... ugh!! I tried with and without the "load driver" with-it says the driver needs to be 32 bit and "signed" 64 bit and will not continue install. Without it goes all the way to completing and then errors saying that it cant continue with my hardware...??? I ran a single drive fine with same hardware and created the stripe with matching 500gb wd sata 3 64 mb cache drives. I am downloading ur bios, but wondered if you think that it'll make a difference? Thanks!

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Does this mean reinstalling Windows all over again?
No, my advice is only valid for users with an Intel RAID array after the update of the LEGACY/EFI RAID module as part of the BIOS.

@ oldcompgeek:
When you load an F6 driver at the beginning of the OS installation, you should make sure, that it is WHQL certified, suitable (32bit for a 32bit OS, 64bit for a 64bit OS) and from the same branch as the LEGACY/EFI RAID module of the BIOS.
Edited by Fernando 1 - 4/4/13 at 1:53am
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No, my advice is only valid for users with an Intel RAID array after the update of the LEGACY/EFI RAID module as part of the BIOS.

Well, yes but do you need to recreate the Intel RAID Array every single time you update the Legacy/EDI RAID module of your BIOS?
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No, my advice is only valid for users with an Intel RAID array after the update of the LEGACY/EFI RAID module as part of the BIOS.

@ oldcompgeek:
When you load an F6 driver at the beginning of the OS installation, you should make sure, that it is WHQL certified, suitable (32bit for a 32bit OS, 64bit for a 64bit OS) and from the same branch as the LEGACY/EFI RAID module of the BIOS.

WOW! That was the fastest response that I've ever seen on here... Thanks fernando, but as I am NOT proficient at BIOS updating or raid stripes, I downloaded the drivers from the asrock website, and when those didn't work, used the dvd that came with it to make the usb drive itself, and neither were supposedly signed or whatever. Where else could I look, and/or reguarding the same branch statement, do you mean like similar release dates, or version, or what?I updated the bios to the newest bios, as I always do when purchasing a new board, which was 1.60 but didn't update or know how to update the Raid bios as I thought that it was all part o the same update. I also heard that intel uses some sort o firmware itsel that needs to be updated to match new bios's but have no idea where to get that either. When I was using this board with just 1 hard drive to test the hardware and h2o blocks, it ran great! I apologize bud if that sounds dumb as heck, but I usually just d'l the latest raid driver, and it works... but this is my first ever Intel build after years of AMD ones...lol Thanks again for your time. thumb.gif
Edited by oldcompgeek - 4/4/13 at 2:26am
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