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post #2391 of 3922
If you use the F6 drivers during the initial UEFI setup then the only entry you'll probably see in the bios is for the Windows Boot Manager. That's all I see with my P8Z77-V in a similar setup. I believe that I had this issue using the 11.x series as well when SATA was set to RAID.

As far as the AHCI to Raid issue try this KB article. I have had to do this a few times to get Windows 8 to boot after changing from AHCI to RAID or Raid to AHCI.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2751461
post #2392 of 3922
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Originally Posted by jsterling View Post

If you use the F6 drivers during the initial UEFI setup then the only entry you'll probably see in the bios is for the Windows Boot Manager. That's all I see with my P8Z77-V in a similar setup. I believe that I had this issue using the 11.x series as well when SATA was set to RAID.

As far as the AHCI to Raid issue try this KB article. I have had to do this a few times to get Windows 8 to boot after changing from AHCI to RAID or Raid to AHCI.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2751461

thanks, that's what I am afraid of.
OS was installed in AHCI mode, but as far as conversion is not a problem on its own (just toggling registry key values, StartOverride for win8 specifically), the problem is I think the BIOS/OROM on this board, specifically in UEFI mode ... it doesn't display any SATA devices except for Windows Boot Manager which would be fine (it works in UEFI+AHCI mode) if it continued to work in UEFI+RAID mode LOL ... IRST is installed in Windows or course. OS cannot find the bootable device after toggling registry keys and SATA controller mode, BSOD every time ...

haven't tried the SHIFT+Restart trick yet with Advanced Boot options then booting to Safe Mode so it redetects, if that doesn't work then it not a problem with OS. found this trick somewhere earlier, never tried it before, as usually manipulating registry keys was sufficient.
post #2393 of 3922
Need help with the P8Z77-V LK mod bios(1104 w/ RAID OROM 12.7.0.1936). Is there any way for it to PASS the ezflash verification check? I don't know any other ways to flash the bios so please help me. Appreciate any help.
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Need help with the P8Z77-V LK mod bios(1104 w/ RAID OROM 12.7.0.1936). Is there any way for it to PASS the ezflash verification check? I don't know any other ways to flash the bios so please help me. Appreciate any help.

You have to name the BIOS file to a specific name, I'm not sure what it is for that model but you should be able to find it on Google. Then you have to put the file on a USB flash drive and put the drive in in the specific white colored USB 2.0 port. And finally you have to flash the BIOS by pressing the small Flashback button that is on the motherboard itself for 3 seconds until the LED starts to blink.
These are the steps I have to do on my Asus P8Z77-V Pro. Nice "feature" huh?
post #2395 of 3922
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Originally Posted by comsci View Post

Need help with the P8Z77-V LK mod bios(1104 w/ RAID OROM 12.7.0.1936). Is there any way for it to PASS the ezflash verification check? I don't know any other ways to flash the bios so please help me. Appreciate any help.
You will find a solution here: http://forums.mydigitallife.info/threads/36311-Flashing-modded-BIOS-on-ASUS-P8Z77-V-LK?p=704767&viewfull=1#post704767
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Originally Posted by illwill View Post

And finally you have to flash the BIOS by pressing the small Flashback button that is on the motherboard itself for 3 seconds until the LED starts to blink.
Unfortunately the ASUS P8Z77-V LK doesn't have such button.
post #2396 of 3922
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Originally Posted by Fernando 1 View Post

You will find a solution here: http://forums.mydigitallife.info/threads/36311-Flashing-modded-BIOS-on-ASUS-P8Z77-V-LK?p=704767&viewfull=1#post704767
Unfortunately the ASUS P8Z77-V LK doesn't have such button.

Oh, my mistake.
post #2397 of 3922
hellloo wink.gif

its posible please to have the lastest OROM withe this last bios of asus maximus vi gene ?

MAXIMUS-VI-GENE-ASUS-0804

http://www.asus.com/fr/Motherboards/MAXIMUS_VI_GENE/#support_Download

thank you wink.gif
post #2398 of 3922
Thank you guys for responding to my question. I don't get it why Asus has to make such a pain for flashing a mod bios. Models with the magic "Flash Button" are priced much higher than those without. My BIG regret!!!
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thank you ^^
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