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BS. Proove it.

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Thats not proof. If anything that links to Fernando saying it doesnt work? Screenshots or it didnt happen..
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ney2x, how did you "re-create" the RAID volume?
Did you create an image (backup?) of the drive, secure eraced the drives and copied it back over?
    
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ney2x, how did you "re-create" the RAID volume?
Did you create an image (backup?) of the drive, secure eraced the drives and copied it back over?

Before booting into Windows, you will see the --Press CTRL-I-- to enter RAID Configuration Utility option. You need to select DELETE RAID Volume then SAVE and EXIT. Enter the Configuration again and you create RAID Volume. I'm sorry I can't explain it better. Hope it helps thumb.gif

Note: DELETING RAID Volume, will delete all your important files (if any). Please backup first and do it at your own risk!
Edited by ney2x - 10/27/12 at 10:22am
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Garikfox,

Why dont you update other optional roms in the bioses as well ? i had problems with virtu logix before updating the VGA oprom on my bios, other devices work more smooth and show some performance increase after updating their oproms as well.

You can check my mod here http://www.overclock.net/t/1314760/asus-p8z68-v-pro-gen3-bios-3402-mod#post_18382005 .

There are new RST as well - 11.6.1.1001 and 11.6.2.102 , the 1st is withour raid support and the 2nd with, download from http://www.station-drivers.com/page/intel%20raid.htm .

Astrotweak.
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wuwi: To flash on a ASUS Z77 you have to use the flashback feature, My BIOS comes with the updated RAID OROM 11.6.0.1702
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astrotweak: Theres a few reasons why I dont do them all

As for 3rd party SATA I dont because most people dont use them.


As for the LAN ROM there isnt a need to use a updated LAN ROM, The LAN ROM is just for LAN Boot.

When LAN Boot is Enabled in BIOS the motherboard will load the Gigabit LAN controllers Boot ROM when it boots up, This allows the LAN controller to operate at its full 1000Mbps speed with operating systems that do not have proper driver support. When its Disabled in BIOS, Like most of us use, The LAN will only operate at full 1000Mbps speeds with proper driver support.


As for the VGA most people dont use the embedded GPU on there Sandy-Bridge or Ivy-Bridge systems.If someone asks me to update the VGA ROM in there specific BIOS I'd be willing to do it for them.


And the last reason why I dont is if people are somewhat like me I would like my BIOS untouched as least as possible or making it as close to a untouched bios as possible. smile.gif
Edited by garikfox - 10/28/12 at 5:04pm
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astrotweak: Theres a few reasons why I dont do them all
As for 3rd party SATA I dont because most people dont use them. If someone needs it updated I will just make them a special BIOS.
As for the LAN ROM there isnt a need to use a updated LAN ROM, The LAN ROM is just for LAN Boot.
When LAN Boot is Enabled in BIOS the motherboard will load the Gigabit LAN controllers Boot ROM when it boots up, This allows the LAN controller to operate at its full 1000Mbps speed with operating systems that do not have proper driver support. When its Disabled in BIOS, Like most of us use, The LAN will only operate at full 1000Mbps speeds with proper driver support.
As for the VGA most people dont use the embedded GPU on there Sandy-Bridge or Ivy-Bridge systems.If someone asks me to update the VGA ROM in there specific BIOS I'd be willing to do it for them.
And the last reason why I dont is if people are somewhat like me I would like my BIOS untouched as least as possible or making it as close to a untouched bios as possible. smile.gif

Hey garikfox..just signed up to say thanks for all your doing...deff will be using your bios with the raidrom...But like you said if someone asks for the vga rom to be updated too then you will....well im humbly requesting if you would be able to update that as well on an Asus p8z77v bios 1606 if possible with the updated raid rom...I am currently using integrated graphics, and anything that helps would be awesome! Thanks in advance!

Also when you say most people dont use the 3rd party sata controllers? I think im using them if im correct..I have ASMedia controllers on my Asus P8Z77-V board and have 3 harddrives and 2 cd rom drives plugged in...I think I only have 1 spare sata port left...I am currently using the port right? If so would you mind updating that for me as well? Sorry for being such a noob.
Edited by desiromeo - 10/27/12 at 11:31am
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Update: Added ASUS BIOS

-- P8Z77-V BIOS 1616
-- P8Z77-V BIOS 1616 with VGA ROM 2143

Edited by garikfox - 10/27/12 at 10:49pm
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