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post #3211 of 3922
Hey Garik I installed Raid 0 SSD vector 460 240gb on P8P67pro Rev 3.1 when I downloaded your bios from links that you provided I couldn't flash it. I was keep saying " selected file is not EFI BIOS" why because I have lattes bios installed ? 1 question when I check in windows 7 cmd for trim support it's saying that my trim in on. 2 question Do I really need to enable trim support in windows 7?or vector 460 ssd can work without trim support? Thank you for your good Thread and amazing work that you deed for all 6 series boards.thumb.gifthumb.gifthumb.gif
Edited by said53 - 8/30/14 at 4:28pm
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Ok I finally installed bios with out any problem, everything went smooth. The problem was my usb stick formatted in NTFS and switched to fat 32 and voljaaaa!!!biggrin.gif Now do I need to Erase everything from my SSD"S like ERASE DATA ERASE and REINSTALL RAIO 0 CONTROL AND WINDOWS 7?
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First thing is put the driver files on a USB stick, make a folder named RAID and put the 6 driver files into the RAID folder.

Now Erase the array in the RAID Utility at startup.

Make sure theres only the two SSD drives hooked up.

Now go into BIOS and put the drives to AHCI, Now boot the Win7 DVD, once at the first screen click next, Then on the next screen at the lower left it will say Recovery Tools etc, Go into that and choose Command Prompt.

Type in:

diskpart

select disk 0

clean

select disk 1

clean

exit

Now click the Restart button.

Now go back into BIOS set it back to RAID mode save and exit. Now go back into the RAID Utility.

Now make the RAID Array (RAID 0) choose 32k stripe/strip.

Lastly boot to the Win7 DVD to finally install Windows, Click next on the Language window then click Install. Plug in the USB stick with the driver, Now click Custom Install and on the next window choose "Load Driver" near the bottom and goto the the USB drive and highlight the RAID folder and click next and then choose next again to install the driver.

After Windows Update updates Windows install all your drivers, once the drivers are all loaded you can install the Intel RST Software GUI from the same driver branch as the one on the USB key.

Order of things when I install Win7. (I use Win8.1 now though)

1. Once booted into Windows for the first time I configure it how I like it.

2. Install the network driver.

3. Install DirectX web installer.

4. Run Windows Update Restart when asked then once back into Windows Run Windows Update again until it says Your PC is upto date.

5. I activate Windows.

6. Install the Intel Chipset drivers.

7. Install Intel USB 3.0 drivers.

8. Install Intel Management Engine

9. Install Intel RST Software package.

10. Install Audio driver.

11. Install GPU driver

12. Enjoy smile.gif

FYI: TRIM should be working without any intervention on your part.
Edited by garikfox - 8/31/14 at 1:16am
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post #3214 of 3922
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Originally Posted by safado2 View Post

Hi Garik,

Can you please add the latest OROM to the following motherboards ?

1: Asus Rampage V Extreme (X99 chipset)

2: Asrock X99 Extreme6 (X99 chipset)

I'm still comparing these 2 mobos for my next build.

Which one would you take on if you are planning to run 3 way SLI: 780ti?

Thanks.

That's some good news, there is no need to flash any OROM.

As per the quality, the Asus is bit too much for me.
The MSI looks solid but if I run a 3 way SLI, I wont have any avaible PCe x1 slots. I need a PCIe x1 slot so I can use my sound card.

Check this MSI: http://www.msi.com/product/mb/X99S-GAMING-7.html#hero-overview

If I run 3 way SLI, all the PCIe will be occupied by the gpu which are 2 PCIe slots.
post #3215 of 3922
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Originally Posted by garikfox View Post

First thing is put the driver files on a USB stick, make a folder named RAID and put the 6 driver files into the RAID folder.

Now Erase the array in the RAID Utility at startup.

Make sure theres only the two SSD drives hooked up.

Now go into BIOS and put the drives to AHCI, Now boot the Win7 DVD, once at the first screen click next, Then on the next screen at the lower left it will say Recovery Tools etc, Go into that and choose Command Prompt.

Type in:

diskpart

select disk 0

clean

select disk 1

clean

exit

Now click the Restart button.

Now go back into BIOS set it back to RAID mode save and exit. Now go back into the RAID Utility.

Now make the RAID Array (RAID 0) choose 32k stripe/strip.

Lastly boot to the Win7 DVD to finally install Windows, Click next on the Language window then click Install. Plug in the USB stick with the driver, Now click Custom Install and on the next window choose "Load Driver" near the bottom and goto the the USB drive and highlight the RAID folder and click next and then choose next again to install the driver.

After Windows Update updates Windows install all your drivers, once the drivers are all loaded you can install the Intel RST Software GUI from the same driver branch as the one on the USB key.

Order of things when I install Win7. (I use Win8.1 now though)

1. Once booted into Windows for the first time I configure it how I like it.

2. Install the network driver.

3. Install DirectX web installer.

4. Run Windows Update Restart when asked then once back into Windows Run Windows Update again until it says Your PC is upto date.

5. I activate Windows.

6. Install the Intel Chipset drivers.

7. Install Intel USB 3.0 drivers.

8. Install Intel Management Engine

9. Install Intel RST Software package.

10. Install Audio driver.

11. Install GPU driver

12. Enjoy smile.gif

FYI: TRIM should be working without any intervention on your part.


THANK YOUUUUUUUUUU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!tongue.gif:thumb: +1 REP
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"First thing is put the driver files on a USB stick, make a folder named RAID and put the 6 driver files into the RAID folder" WHERE can I get this drivers?
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"First thing is put the driver files on a USB stick, make a folder named RAID and put the 6 driver files into the RAID folder" WHERE can I get this drivers?
The so-called "F6 driver", which gives you the option to load a third party storage driver at the beginning of the OS installation, is nothing else than the content of any WHQL certified 32/64bit AHCI/RAID driver folder. You can get the desired Intel RAID driver from the Support site of your mainbard manufacturer, from Intel's Download Center or - if you want the latest - from here: http://www.win-raid.com/t2f23-Intel-R-RST-RSTe-Drivers-newest-v-v-WHQL.html

These are the 6 files garikfox meant (ony valid for Intel RST(e) drivers v11.5.x.xxxx or higher):
  1. iaahci.cat
  2. iaAHCIC.inf
  3. iaStorA.sys
  4. iastorac.cat
  5. iaStorAC.inf
  6. iaStorF.sys
By the way: The first 2 files are not really required, if the Intel SATA ports are running in RAID mode.
Edited by Fernando 1 - 8/31/14 at 8:39am
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Thank you Fernando. Fernando1 can you please Help me with this. I dont know with to chose for my Asus P8p67pro Rev 3.1 ? can you please show me witch one i need ? Cuz i cant figiru out. sorry for being newbie:)
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Fernando1 can you please Help me with this. I dont know with to chose for my Asus P8p67pro Rev 3.1 ?
Which OS are you running resp. are you going to install and which SATA mode (AHCI/RAID) have you chosen for your Intel SATA Controller within the BIOS?
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Which OS are you running resp. are you going to install and which SATA mode (AHCI/RAID) have you chosen for your Intel SATA Controller within the BIOS?
Im running WINDOWS 7 64bit Im using Raid 0 SSD and yes I installed modified bios for my P8P67pro rev 3.1 bios.
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