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For those of you having trouble with Gigabyte motherboards and HDAT2, where the system hangs when scanning for inth13 devices, simply add the /D=10 parameter to the command line and all should be well. /D=10 excludes the inth13 scan from the launch routine. Incidentally, you can exclude other scans as well--just run hdat2 /? to see the full list of options available.

I just flashed my Kingston drive and TRIM is working properly now.
Yes! Thank you worked like a charm.

Please put this on the front page along with the other helpful tips. This is much much simpler than doing the linux live bootcd.
post #172 of 285
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For those of you having trouble with Gigabyte motherboards and HDAT2, where the system hangs when scanning for inth13 devices, simply add the /D=10 parameter to the command line and all should be well. /D=10 excludes the inth13 scan from the launch routine. Incidentally, you can exclude other scans as well--just run hdat2 /? to see the full list of options available.

I just flashed my Kingston drive and TRIM is working properly now.
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Although another Gigabyte board that doesn't like HDAT2 is my 790XTA-UD4. I just plugged into another desktop and it ran fine, all set up on this one and waiting on my second drive...not sure about raid with them yet. Anand's article was compelling, ... hate to loose the use of toolbox though - this is in an XP64 system.
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post #174 of 285
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Although another Gigabyte board that doesn't like HDAT2 is my 790XTA-UD4. I just plugged into another desktop and it ran fine, all set up on this one and waiting on my second drive...not sure about raid with them yet. Anand's article was compelling, ... hate to loose the use of toolbox though - this is in an XP64 system.
Well you would lose TRIM also which is a bugger. However I give it a couple of months and TRIM commands will pass through RAID controllers just fine once an update is released.
post #175 of 285
Use XVI32 Hex Editor to change some value as below:

0x00024854: 53h -> 4Eh
0x00024855: 53h -> 6Fh
0x00024856: 44h -> 77h
0x00024857: 53h -> 20h
0x00024858: 41h -> 34h
0x00024859: 00h -> 30h

"Now 40"

And then save it. Done.
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Originally Posted by horn View Post
Use XVI32 Hex Editor to change some value as below:

0x00024854: 53h -> 4Eh
0x00024855: 53h -> 6Fh
0x00024856: 44h -> 77h
0x00024857: 53h -> 20h
0x00024858: 41h -> 34h
0x00024859: 00h -> 30h

"Now 40"

And then save it. Done.
Wrong thread mate. However thanks
post #177 of 285
thank you for this! like others, i could not get HDAT2 to work on my gigabyte mobo (H55M) to be more specific), so then i tried it on my evga x58 and it worked like a charm. i verified that TRIM is now working
post #178 of 285
i just ran crystaldiskmark, what's up with my 4k read??



EDIT: lol sorry i'm an idiot, i confused the "4k QD32" (what ever that means) with the regular random read 4k.
Edited by WhiteFireDragon - 4/7/10 at 9:04pm
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i just ran crystaldiskmark, what's up with my 4k read??



EDIT: lol sorry i'm an idiot, i confused the "4k QD32" (what ever that means) with the regular random read 4k.
Meh..mistake easily made
post #180 of 285
just wanted to give thanks to everyone for making this happen!!
Just updated a brand new drive I bought off amazon while they where $75 and did the update on my t400 thinkpad.

super easy. you all rock!
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