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Update: Added ASUS BIOS

-- P8P67 PRO BIOS 3602
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Update: Updated first page with "Important" information.
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FYI.

The BIOS Flashback option worked great in Asus MVF.

The TRIM was not working after I flashed the new BIOS. I did a reinstall of the IRST 11.6.0.1030 and now it is working.
So I assume there is no need to create the array again, just install the IRST drivers (11.6.0.1030 or newer version).
I finally installed 11.6.2.1002 and TRIM continue to work correctly.
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Well I got my 2 Samsung 830 256GB SSDs setup in a RAID 0 configuration and tested the TRIM using a the HEX editor method here. The funny thing is the TRIM only seems to be done after a reboot but as per the webpage it could be normal.

My question is how do I know that its not the Garbage Cleaner of the SSD that cleared the file space rather than the TRIM command?

Also the "fsutil behavior query DisableDeleteNotify" returned a 0 but from what I've read that doesn't mean TRIM is necessarily working only that the OS is able to use the command.

Also it it necessary as per your 1st post to re-install windows even if the RAID is only only as a storage drive (D drive)? I plan on installing win8 when I have a chance later on.
Edited by D0T-C0M - 12/5/12 at 6:21am
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Hi.. Can you mod bios 2.40 for Asrock extreme 6 77
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D0T-C0M: No re-install is needed for just a storage drive, redo the array fresh with the new OROM though
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Update: Added ASRock BIOS

-- Z77 Pro3 BIOS 1.80
-- Z77 Extreme6 BIOS 2.40
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Originally Posted by Majestic12 View Post

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?

Majestic I am running that OROM with a fresh install of Windows 8. I let it goto sleep and it comes back up instantly with no problems.
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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?

Hi, I had this same problem. I read a post on the HardOCP forum from one of the ASUS guys that disabling PLL Overvoltage would fix the standby problem. For me it did. I dont have the exact post unfortunately but if you google "P8P67 standby PLL Overvoltage" you'll see a bunch of stuff about it. Hope that helps.
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