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Originally Posted by garikfox View Post

Here we go, Everything went fine on my end I just renamed the 11.2.x RAID bin to ICHARAID.bin then i simply replaced the older one.

x58aud7.zip 1152k .zip file

It did put the replaced ICHARAID.bin at the bottom but im assuming CBROM knows what its doing.

Hi m8!
I thank you for taking time and making the above changes smile.gif

Unfortunately...that was the first thing which was tried by Fernando as well! No go frown.gif
That was where this nasty "not valid bios" error message started...and that was why I got into this whole thing to begin with!
I never would have tried to move around modules if it had been simply a matter of taking out the old one and replacing it with the its newer counterpart. In that case I would have been a very happy man smile.gif

If you take a look here:
http://www.win-raid.com/t30f16-Guide-Enhanced-BIOS-Modding-of-Award-BIOSes.html

You'll notice that it apparently involves a little bit more than that...the bios image seems to require that the empty place created by deleting the original ICHRAID.BIN which happens to lie above another module called GV3, be filled out with a ghost module which this guy calls dummy.dum with the exact same size before the new ICHRAID.BIN can be inserted at the bottom. The problem is, that I have no idea how he manages to put this new ghost PCI ROM[E] which he makes, right at the correct position in the order list! I don't think you can use CBROM to do that, it has to be copied and pasted into a Hex Editor directly... so IF that is what one needs to do, it's more complicated.

The strange thing is though that I have not seen any need for a ghost PCI ROM[E] module in any of the earlier modded F9D bioses that other have been doing before. Everybody else has been successful to keep the integrity of the bios image without a need for a dummy.dum file and they all worked as well smile.gif So it is possible to make it, just don't understand how.
Edited by Bittornado - 3/1/15 at 3:06am
post #3502 of 3922
@garifox:

Well, one of the experts at gigabyte support page for bios modding at tweaktown.com helped out and made it smile.gif
Just flashed my bios and it was updated to the correct and desired version at first attempt!!!

Looking at the modded file he made, there is no need for a ghost module, and the ICHRAID.BIN is sitting at the correct order in the list!
Don't ask me how he accomplished that...but he did it smile.gif

Look here:
http://forums.tweaktown.com/gigabyte/48085-gigabyte-modified-bios-428.html#post496248
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Looking at the modded file he made, there is no need for a ghost module, and the ICHRAID.BIN is sitting at the correct order in the list!
Remark: The order of the Option ROM modules doesn't matter at all. The "correct order" (identical with the original BIOS) is just an optical effect, but doesn't have any impact on the function of the Option ROM modules.
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Ohh ok excellent, Im glad you got it working smile.gif
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Originally Posted by Fernando 1 View Post

Remark: The order of the Option ROM modules doesn't matter at all. The "correct order" (identical with the original BIOS) is just an optical effect, but doesn't have any impact on the function of the Option ROM modules.
Yup sorry Fernando, you're absolute correct! I keep forgetting about that smile.gif
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Ohh ok excellent, Im glad you got it working smile.gif
Thank you! Working just fine right now!
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13.6.0.1002 has replaced 13.2.4.1000 as latest RST on official Intel site.
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post #3508 of 3922
Hello Garik wink.gif

can you please update the asus maximus VI gene bios 2401 wwithe last orom ?

http://www.asus.com/fr/Motherboards/MAXIMUS_VII_GENE/HelpDesk_Download/

thank you wink.gif
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13.6.0.1002 has replaced 13.2.4.1000 as latest RST on official Intel site.
This is correct, but the latest and best Intel RST drivers from the v13.6 branch are the v13.6.2.1001 ones. They are dated 01/27/2015 (shown within the Device Manager as being dated 12/05/2014).
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