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post #1661 of 3922
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Originally Posted by Catalin View Post

Now this module that I extracted Intel RAID OROM 12.5.0.1815.BIN does has RAID TRIM? and I have to use only Intel RST 12.0.0.1083 Driver to work TRIM because on the latest Intel RST 12.5.0.1066 Driver the TRIM command isnt being passed with this driver?
Yes and yes!
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Or I need another RAID OROM that has TRIM and this one is the one you recommended me "Especially modified Intel RST(e) RAID ROM v12.5.0.1815 with TRIM in RAID0 for P67 and Z68 systems"
Since garikfox has inserted exactly the same file into the TRIM mod BIOS files he is offering within the start post of this thread, it doesn't matter which OROM file you insert - they are identical Maybe it will be better to take the "original" file from win-lite.de (just to avoid any problem caused by the procedure extracting the file from the already modified BIOS).
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and I can use Intel RST 12.5.0.1066 Driver along with this modified orom IRSTe.
You can use these v12.5 drivers, but you will not get the TRIM in RAID0 support.
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In this modified IRST-Enterprise that will work TRIM on RAID, because of the modifications will I loose some of the benefits that original IRST 12.5.0.1815 offers or is all the same and only was added TRIM RAID to work?
There is no other difference between the original Intel RAID ROM modules and the ones, which have been modified by me to enable TRIM in RAID0 for P67 and Z68 systems. That means, that the modded RAIS ROM modules have exactly the same functionality as the original ones, but additionally do support TRIM in RAID0 for P67 and Z68 chipset systems.
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And if I use this IRTSe I also need the lastest IRSTe drivers or I can keep the latest IRST driver I mean 12.5.0.1066 or 12.0.0.1083?
This question is not easy to understand. If you want the TRIM in RAID0 feature, you should not install the RSTe drivers v12.5.0.1066, because they defintively do not support this feature, whatever OROM version is within the BIOS.
My suggestion: Insert the Intel RAID ROM v12.5.0.1815 into the BIOS and install the Intel RST(e) drivers v12.0.0.1083. As soon as new Intel RSTe drivers of the v12.5 series are available, which do support TRIM in RAID0, I recommend to update the drivers to the newer ones.
post #1662 of 3922
LATER EDIT:

I always want the latest roms/drivers/firmware, so now I have gather this latest modules to compose my new bios .ROM file along with other modules for controllers/vga/lan etc:

01. Intel RAID OROM 12.5.0.1815.bin - that I extracted from the garikfox moded bios downloaded from the 1st post.
02. Intel RSTe RAID OROM 12.5.0.1815.bin - that I downloaded from win-lite.de especially modified by you.

So wich one should I put in my new bios? :| your versions because si modified?

This I do with REPLACE or INSERT IN mmtool?

After I install wich one you will say is right from these 2, that you say both SUPPORT TRIM, I understand that IRST 12.5.0.1066 driver don't support TRIM and only IRST 12.0.0.1083 will support, what I have to do is to install the 12.5.0.1815 OROM along with IRST 12.5.0.1066 and only wait for new IRST drivers that will be released in the future and that they will support TRIM also right?

And the solution if I clearly understand is: to install latest 12.5.0.1815 OROM that has TRIM OROM support, than install latest driver 12.5.0.1066 and don't benefit from TRIM because DRIVER don't support it, and I only have to wait for the NEWER DRIVER that will support TRIM right?

If I use your modified version that is IRSTe not IRST do I need now to download latest IRSTe drivers or I can use the latest IRST drivers that I already downloaded?

I get it now, they were zipped with 7z this is why size issue, this is resolved now.

Mention: Now I don't use RAID only AHCI, but in the future I plan to use RAID so when the time comes I want all to be ready and latest versions.

Regarding "SataDriver" module should I install/add if missing or not? do I get benenifts? or use RAID ROM? wich one is better or I can have in the same time both last versions?

Another thing related to SataDriver, I read a bit, and saw about Windows 8 UEFI install, how is this done, is different than normal install?
Is UEFI Windows better than normal Windows?

Sorry for all this questions, I really want not to break anything and do the best thing, your my hero! biggrin.gif
Edited by Catalin - 4/18/13 at 10:43am
post #1663 of 3922
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Originally Posted by Catalin View Post

I always want the latest roms/drivers/firmware
The latest are not always the best!
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01. Intel RAID OROM 12.5.0.1815.bin size: 120.320 - that I extracted from the garikfox moded bios downloaded from the 1st post.
http://www.overclock.net/attachments/12236
02. Intel RSTe RAID OROM 12.5.0.1815.bin size: 59.665 - that I downloaded from win-lite.de especially modified by you.
http://win-lite.de/benutzer/fernando/ROM-Module/Intel/RSTe/Intel_RSTe_RAID_ROM_v12.5.0.1815_mod_by_Fernando_for_P67+Z68.7z
You say this 2 have the same functions? but the size is not the same and they are both .bin so wich one should I put in my new bios? :|
A compressed file has not the same size as the uncompressed one. All files I am offering for downloads, are compressed with the tool 7zip (to save space on the server and to reduce the download time drastically.).
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And the solution if I clearly understand is: to install latest 12.5.0.1815 OROM that has TRIM OROM support, than install latest driver 12.5.0.1066 and don't benefit from TRIM because DRIVER don't support it, and I only have to wait for the NEWER DRIVER that will support TRIM right?
No! What I recommend is
1. to update the Intel RAID ROM of your BIOS to v12.5.0.1815 and to flash it into your mainboard BIOS chip and
2. to install the Intel RST(e) RAID drivers v12.0.0.1082 (resp. the complete RST(e) drivers & software set v12.0.0.1083).
As soon as new and TRIM supporting Intel RST(e) drivers of the v12.5 series are available, you can update the RAID drivers easily without touching the Intel RAID ROM.
post #1664 of 3922
aaaah u already responded, but I was editing my previous post with other issues, pls read again all my previous post that has all I need to know. thx!
post #1665 of 3922
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pls read again all my previous post that has all I need to know. thx!
No, I will not do that, because I don't have the time for doing that. I have answered to all of your questions. If you have any additional ones for me, please post them at win-lite.de.
By the way: Since you obviously did not even know the difference between an original and a zipped file, I am not very optimistic, that your BIOS modding project will be successful.
post #1666 of 3922
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Originally Posted by Fernando 1 View Post

No, I will not do that, because I don't have the time for doing that. I have answered to all of your questions. If you have any additional ones for me, please post them at win-lite.de.
By the way: Since you obviously did not even know the difference between an original and a zipped file, I am not very optimistic, that your BIOS modding project will be successful.

AAAA I get it, forget about RAID OROM and drivers I figured out thanks to you, I know what to do wink.gif

All I need now is this:

Mention: Now I don't use RAID only AHCI, but in the future I plan to use RAID so when the time comes I want all to be ready and latest versions.

Regarding "SataDriver" module should I install/add if missing or not? do I get benenifts? or use RAID ROM? wich one is better or I can have in the same time both last versions?

Another thing related to SataDriver, I read a bit, and saw about Windows 8 UEFI install, how is this done, is different than normal install?
Is UEFI Windows better than normal Windows?

Sorry for all this questions, I really want not to break anything and do the best thing, your my hero! biggrin.gif
post #1667 of 3922
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In my opinion if the EFI SataDriver module isnt there to begin with I wouldnt add it, Thats just my opinion.

As for UEFI Windows install, Its not needed at all, I notice no difference with it compared to Legacy BIOS mode, Boot speeds are the same and in some cases its slower then Legacy BIOS mode.
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Udpate: Intel RST 12.5.0.1066 is now a Official driver smile.gif
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but still don't support TRIM right? biggrin.gif
post #1670 of 3922
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Originally Posted by garikfox View Post

In my opinion if the EFI SataDriver module isnt there to begin with I wouldnt add it, Thats just my opinion.

As for UEFI Windows install, Its not needed at all, I notice no difference with it compared to Legacy BIOS mode, Boot speeds are the same and in some cases its slower then Legacy BIOS mode.

but if ill add the EFI SataDriver module, all will work fine no modifications or bad behavior on my system ? is just there in case I use uefi win install and all will work fine?
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