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Hi guys ! I was so excited to find this forum as TRIM in RAID mode was bugging me when I got a second SSD and built my first RAID array. I just checked the downloads and my mobo is the only one missing in ASUS Z77 ! frown.gif
Where there any issues with this customisation on ASUS MAXUMUS V FORMULA ??

Thanks in advance
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Which one?
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Dude.
Your updated BIOS files, they only provide an updated RAID controller?

I've got problems with my ASUS p8z68-v PRO. It's not the GEN3 version.
My graphics card seemingly suddenly stopped - I am still uncertain if it is actually broke or my MOBO had some issue.
I have to wait for some thermal paste to arrive before I can test it again. (Same goes for reseating my CPU to see if that fixes things.)

But for whatever reason, the MOBO suddenly doesn't see the onboard GPU at all anymore!
So I'm thinking, maybe downloading an updated BIOS like this might make it appear again.

But mainly, I recently bought a 970 to replace the 580 that failed, only to find out the motherboard will not see the 970 in UEFI mode.
It's fine in legacy mode, but naturally I wouldn't want to run my system that way! tongue.gif

If you only edit the BIOS files to have updated RAID ROM, is there a change you could update a p8z68-v pro BIOS with everything that's able to be updated?
Something like this?: http://www.overclock.net/t/1314760/asus-p8z68-v-pro-p8z68-v-pro-gen3-p8z68-v-gen3-bios-mods-with-updated-oproms/100#post_23607074

I'm only a novice when it comes to BIOS shizzle.

Thanks for the reply!

I only update the RAID legacy and UEFI modules in the BIOS nothing else.

If its not booting with Pure UEFI mode (CSM Disabled) then either that Video Card doesnt have a UEFI VBIOS just a Legacy VBIOS which i find odd since I thought all 9xx series had both. Or your missing a setting in BIOS to disable etc.
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I only update the RAID legacy and UEFI modules in the BIOS nothing else.

If its not booting with Pure UEFI mode (CSM Disabled) then either that Video Card doesnt have a UEFI VBIOS just a Legacy VBIOS which i find odd since I thought all 9xx series had both. Or your missing a setting in BIOS to disable etc.

All right, that's too bad.

Aye, EVGA says it should be working, ASUS says it should be working. They both point to the other, of course.
I've scoured BIOS, there's no option I could have missed.

It's booting fine in legacy mode, just not in UEFI mode.
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Put Boot to Win8 boot not OtherOS, You also might need to enable Secure Boot to Disable CSM, On my board I can disable Secure Boot but will still be CSM Disabled.

ASUS BIOS are alot harder to figure out which doesnt help.
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Put Boot to Win8 boot not OtherOS, You also might need to enable Secure Boot to Disable CSM, On my board I can disable Secure Boot but will still be CSM Disabled.

ASUS BIOS are alot harder to figure out which doesnt help.

Using Windows 7.

I'm not sure what you're aiming at with the rest. Secure boot? CSM?

Several times I've tried clearing the CMOS and switching to UEFI mode. With or without dedicated GFX, with or without onboard GPU hooked up to my monitor.
Onboard won't work, dedicated only if in legacy mode.
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Most Z68 boards including yours doesnt have a UEFI RAID module, So for your BIOS the only thing that can be replaced is the Legacy RAID module inside the BIOS.

This means youll have to use your RAID arrays for a Legacy Windows install only.

Now for the GPU problem im not sure why its not working in UEFI mode it should though.

The only thing you can do to really fix it is get a Z77/Z87 or Z97 board.
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Most Z68 boards including yours doesnt have a UEFI RAID module, So for your BIOS the only thing that can be replaced is the Legacy RAID module inside the BIOS.

This means youll have to use your RAID arrays for a Legacy Windows install only.

Incorrect! smile.gif
RAID controller works perfectly fine under UEFI. It has done so since at least three years, without a problem.
Only thing I had to do was hack/edit a BIOS file with firmware for the controller to support TRIM under RAID.

That was far too long ago for me to remember how to edit BIOS files on my own, though.
I've got the memory function of a strainer.
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Now for the GPU problem im not sure why its not working in UEFI mode it should though.

The only thing you can do to really fix it is get a Z77/Z87 or Z97 board.

I believe the Z87 and Z97 are socket 1150?
I'm incredibly short on income. I had a well paying job back when I built my machine, but lost it due to illness.

Next week I'll be testing my CPU in another board, to see if the CPU functions normally.
If it does, I will most likely order a Z77 board, since the more I research and the more I try, the more I get the idea my MOBO is dying beyond repair.
It's possible that all that has happened - same with my old GTX580 - is that solder joints have cracked.
They're both double-sided PCBs, so I'm not sure how I could safely resolder them using the baking method.

If my CPU is bad, though, I don't think I'll have a working, stable system for months... frown.gif

Thanks for your input!
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