Originally Posted by garikfox
The BIOS on my SkyDrive for that board is indeed extension .50, same as ASRock, I replaced the .bin RAID OROM to the one that you have listed above.
You cant flash a .bin file, .bin files are modules that are replaced/inserted into BIOS's, Just read/follow the steps I listed out for you in post #2456
I replaced the RSTe OROM 3.x.(DEV_ID_2826) with the TRIM X79 188.8.131.526 OROM
In BIOS make sure to choose the RSTe option not the RST.
Step 1 - Delete the current array, then flash my BIOS
Sorry for the basic questions, finally figured this step out.
I downloaded the x79extreme6 2.50 bios from your skydrive. The step I was missing was that the bios contains the X79 184.108.40.2066 OROM module that actually enables the trim feature and I needed to download it from your skydrive
Now I am stuck here: During Win7 OS setup the pre-install 12.8.x x64 driver is not detected. However Fernando1 recommends loading the Intel RSTe driver v220.127.116.116 WHQL. So I have I downloaded the Intel RSTe Drivers & Software Set v18.104.22.1686 WHQL but that file is the full setup.exe, does not contain the os load time driver.