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Does anyone have a problem with going into sleep mode in Win8 with the newest bios for the P8P67 PRO Rev3.0 (3602)? Since the update every time when the system wakes up, it turns out that it was closed incorrectly and I lost the data. I think it might be connected with the trim mod. There aren't any specific errors in the Event Viewer. Garikfox, could you upload this bios without the trim mod?
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Originally Posted by garikfox View Post

Yeah if your using Win7 and RAID use the latest OROM wink.gif

If using AHCI only, no need to update OROM?

Also, as I asked earlier why is the 11.6.2.xxxx drivers include Win7 as a compatible OS?
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If using AHCI only, no need to update OROM?
Also, as I asked earlier why is the 11.6.2.xxxx drivers include Win7 as a compatible OS?

I think that orom only functions for raid. If setup in AHCI, it isn't utilized so all you need to concern yourself with are the windows drivers.
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I have received my 2nd Samsung 830 256GB SSD and put it in RAID0. No problems. I have the modded BIOS with new OROM installed and 11.6 RST drivers. I am running win7 64bit, How to I verify TRIM is working as expected?
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I think that orom only functions for raid. If setup in AHCI, it isn't utilized so all you need to concern yourself with are the windows drivers.

Right. Thanks.
post #846 of 3914
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I have received my 2nd Samsung 830 256GB SSD and put it in RAID0. No problems. I have the modded BIOS with new OROM installed and 11.6 RST drivers. I am running win7 64bit, How to I verify TRIM is working as expected?
The Trim command should be enabled by default on Windows 7, but if you want to check to make sure do this:

Command prompt > fsutil behavior query disabledeletenotify (i.e. type the bolded part into a command prompt window)


It will return one of the two results:

DisableDeleteNotify = 1 (Windows TRIM commands are disabled)
DisableDeleteNotify = 0 (Windows TRIM commands are enabled)
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I am getting a "Security verification failed." for the Maximus V Gene modified BIOS. Using ASUS's official BIOS it checks out fine. I am using the Asus EZ Flash 2 Utility to flash the BIOS.
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With the ASUS Z77 BIOS's you cant flash a modded BIOS with EZ-Flash 2, this is by design and thus reports that error.

To flash it you have to name the file properly and put the BIOS onto a USB thumb drive formatted with FAT32, then you use the BIOS flashback feature button on the motherboard. Make sure the file name is correct and the correct USB port is used it is labeled "Flashback" on the back panel.

Goto the ASUS website and I think they explain how-to use the Flashback feature. I have never used it before so I'm not sure how to excatly use the Flashback feature.
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post #849 of 3914
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Originally Posted by garikfox View Post

With the ASUS Z77 BIOS's you cant flash a modded BIOS with EZ-Flash 2, this is by design and thus reports that error.
To flash it you have to name the file properly and put the BIOS onto a USB thumb drive formatted with FAT32, then you use the BIOS flashback feature button on the motherboard. Make sure the file name is correct and the correct USB port is used it is labeled "Flashback" on the back panel.
Goto the ASUS website and I think they explain how-to use the Flashback feature. I have never used it before so I'm not sure how to excatly use the Flashback feature.
Thanks a bunch mate! Got it figured out! smile.gif
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kevindd992002: Yes hes right no need for the OROM if you only use AHCI they utilize different OROM modules inside the BIOS.

Thats just the way the driver is written 11.6.2.1002 was made as a hotfix driver for Win8.

"Invalid parameter error when formatting BD-R discs in Windows explorer on Windows 8"
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