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Thank you Garikfox and Fernando1. I've a few questions, just want to be sure I'm doing this right:
I have downloaded 8086-2822_v12701936_mod_for_X79.bin. Hope I got the right Bios
Hello Garikfox

I am trying to reflash but my bios is not recognizing the bios file 8086-2822_v12701936_mod_for_X79.bin. I am currently running UEFI version P2.50 for my ASRock Extreme6

I notice that the file extension of your modded bios is .bin, while ASRock is a .50.
Edited by c0re2 - 11/9/13 at 11:52am
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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 wink.gif
Edited by garikfox - 11/9/13 at 2:08pm
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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 wink.gif



Your steps:

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I replaced the RSTe OROM 3.x.(DEV_ID_2826) with the TRIM X79 12.7.0.1936 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 12.7.0.1936 OROM module that actually enables the trim feature and I needed to download it from your skydrive smile.gif

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 v3.8.1.1006 WHQL. So I have I downloaded the Intel RSTe Drivers & Software Set v3.8.1.1006 WHQL but that file is the full setup.exe, does not contain the os load time driver.
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Never mind the earlier post. The v3.8.1.1006 WHQL driver on winraid.com linked to the full setup exe file, but the mirror had the right os install drivers.

Setup continues.....Thanks!
post #2475 of 3922
ASUS MIVE 3604 bios, seems to be working on W7, but updating from 8 to 8.1 u get error message and reverts back to 8.
Edited by ariman - 11/9/13 at 4:30pm
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Never mind the earlier post. The v3.8.1.1006 WHQL driver on winraid.com linked to the full setup exe file, but the mirror had the right os install drivers.

Setup continues.....Thanks!

Awesome, good job wink.gif
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ASUS MIVE 3604 bios, seems to be working on W7, but updating from 8 to 8.1 u get error message and reverts back to 8.

Yeah never upgrade do a fresh install of 8.1, as long as you have a Win8 retail key youll be able to activate 8.1 once its installed. Youll need to enter the generic install key upon installation then once its installed input your Win8 retail key to activate it.

If you need the Win8.1 ISO PM me ill send you a link wink.gif
Edited by garikfox - 11/9/13 at 5:25pm
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Garikfox,

Do you know if Marvel firmware version 1.0.0.1033 is compatible with the 9192 device id of a Gigabyte Z87X UD5H? On the win-lite.de forums that device id was missing from the compatibility list even though its essentially the same controller. Also the current firmware version is 1.0.0.0027 that is included in the f7/f8b bios files which was missing from the Winlite site as well.

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I'm not too sure, If I was you I would just leave the Marvell controller alone for now.
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The v12.8 drivers may not been accepted by the Windows Setup, because it demands a WHQL driver and there is no original RST driver available, which does support X79 RAID systems.
So if the OS Setup doesn't detect the RAID array, I recommend to load the Intel RSTe driver v3.8.1.1006 WHQL. Once the OS is up, the X79 RAID users should temporarily install the complete Intel RSTe Drivers & Software Set v3.8.1.1006 WHQL just to get the Write-Back Caching feature enabled. After having done that, the RSTe Software can be uninstalled and the v3 drivers updated to the RST v12 ones. The driver update has to be forced by using the "Have Disk" button.

Hello Fernando1/Garikfox

The OS does recognize the RSTe driver v3.8.1.1006 WHQL driver. After uninstalling the software set, my attempt to update the RAID controller driver with the v12.8 driver fails. It is not recognized.

I completely uninstalled the RAID controller and the v3.8.1.1006 driver to try to force the v12 drivers on reboot, but I could not boot. Went back into recovery mode, and tried to force the v12.8 driver again from setup information but the OS was not recognized. It appears that I am stuck with the v3.8 driver for now.
Edited by c0re2 - 11/10/13 at 9:07am
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