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Fernando
Posts: 9205 | Last online: 01.19.2017
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Dieter
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    • Fernando has written a new post "[Guide] Integration of drivers into a Win7/8/10 image" Today

      Zitat von 100PIER im Beitrag #101
      However, in the current Red "Start change log" nor the updated part I don't see nowhere the "WinPE" or "WinRE" reference.
      I hadn't yet edited/written the related changelog details before I got your feedback, but the changes were obviously so minimal, that you missed them. Now it will be easier for you to find the WinPE related small text.

    • Zitat von Johnnnnn im Beitrag #1307
      I did a uefi install on the asus p9x79 ws and i can t boot with it also
      What means "also"? Within >this< post you had written, that you were able to boot off the Intel 750 NVMe SSD.

      Zitat
      is it better to flash the modules also, has this any meaning for me than?

      Yes I recommend to insert the missing NVMe EFI module according to the start post of this thread, because this way you will be able to boot off the NVMe SSD in UEFI mode (gives you much shorter boot time and other additional features).

    • Fernando has written a new post "help modding uefi bios with C602 Chipset lga2011" Today

      Zitat von grml4d im Beitrag #12
      i would be pleased if you answered my questions .. latest being : how can i replace the microcode files by the one from bios r4be that i have extracted with MCE ?
      Since I am not an expert regarding the CPU Microcode update, I cannot answer this question.
      The UBU tool offers a big variety of different Microcodes for an automaticly done update, but not the replacement of certain microcodes by other codes, which had been extracted from any other BIOS. You probably have to do it manually by using a tool like CodeRush's UEFITool.

    • Fernando has written a new post "Add support for x64 on an AMI uefi bios" Today

      Zitat von wall im Beitrag #5
      I'm sure the problem is the bios, but is this doable with the available tools for Aptio bios'?
      I don't know a way to solve your problem by modifying the BIOS. Even if it would be possible, I do not recommend to try it. The chances to get a bricked tablet after having flashed the modded BIOS are much higher than the chances to get x64 support.

    • Fernando has written a new post "[Guide] Integration of drivers into a Win7/8/10 image" Today

      @100PIER:
      Thanks for your tip. I agree with you, that the start post of this thread should contain a remark regarding the ability of NTLite to customize a WinPE image.
      Meanwile I have tried to follow your advise without risking to additionally blow up my guide.
      Please have a look into the updated start post and tell me, if it is ok for you.
      I will not write an extra guide for the customization of a WinPE image (incl. screenshots), because only advanced NTLite users like you will use this option.

    • Fernando has written a new post "Add support for x64 on an AMI uefi bios" Today

      Zitat von wall im Beitrag #3
      Hi, I'm currently running Win10 1607 x86 on this tablet, it has an Intel Atom X5-Z8300, which is an x86-64 processor.
      Yes, but it is obviously the budget Intel chipset (Cherry Trail) of your tablet, which doesn't allow to install any x64 OS. You will not be able to change such limitation by a BIOS modding.

      Zitat
      I need it for some applications that only run on x64.

      I don't know any application, which doesn't support a 32bit OS.

    • Fernando has written a new post "help modding uefi bios with C602 Chipset lga2011" Today

      @grml4d:
      Why didn't you post your questions/problems regarding the UBU tool into >this< already existing thread?
      This way you may have better chances, that SoniX and the other BIOS Gurus (I personally do not belong to that group) will read your reports and give you an answer.

    • Fernando has written a new post "Windows 10 and Intel RST Drivers and Console" Today

      Zitat von 65Cobra427SC im Beitrag #10
      So would the ACHI driver be the MS AHCI Storport Miniport Driver (storahci.sys)?
      Yes!

    • Fernando has written a new post "new laptop motherboard. How to change serial number? Aptio V" Today

      @pman6:
      Welcome at Win-RAID Forum!

      Zitat von pman6 im Beitrag #1
      The bios is an AMI bios, with graphical interface "EZ Mode" and classic advanced mode.
      I'm assuming it's Aptio V, since it's a newer laptop.
      You can easily veryfy it yourself by downloading and running the latest UBU tool (look >here<.

      Zitat
      What tools do I need to change serial number?

      Which resp. whose Serial Number do you want to change?

      Regards
      Dieter (alias Fernando)

    • @jurapower:
      Welcome at Win-RAID Forum and thanks for your report!
      It is fine, that you got your Toshiba NVMe SSD working as bootable system drive.
      Maybe you will get even better WRITE scores, if you enable both Write-Caching "Policy" options of the SSD (look >here< into point 8).

      @fabonline:
      Welcome at Win-RAID Forum and thanks for your step-by-step report about how you got your Samsung 950 PRO working as bootable system drive with your Z87 chipset system.
      This may help othe users with a similar system.

      @Johnnnnn:
      Welcome at Win-RAID Forum!
      You may be able to boot off the Intel 750 SSD in LEGACY mode (if the NVMe Controller chip of the SSD contains the required NVMe Option ROM), but if you want to boot your NVMe SSD in UEFI mode, you probably have to insert the NvmeExpressDxE.ffs module into the BIOS according the start post of this thread. Don't forget to use the ASUS USB Flashback feature while trying to flash the modded BIOS.

      @RJ:
      Welcome at Win-RAID Forum!

      Zitat von RJ im Beitrag #1303
      Any chance if i renamed your modded bios to P9X79D will work in P9X79 Deluxe?
      Whose modded BIOS do you mean?
      You may use it, if the related BIOS has been designed by ASUS for the P9X79 Deluxe and correctly modded, provided, that the name "P9X79D" is the correct ASUS USB Flashback name for the BIOS.

      @iandroo888:
      Congratulations, that you finally got your Samsung SM951 NVMe SSD working with your ASUS Rampage IV Extreme (X79 Chipset).
      It is a pity, that you didn't find out the exact reason, why you didn't succeed earlier.
      You may get even better WRITE scores, if you enable both Write-Caching "Policy" options of the SSD (look >here< into point 8).

      Regards
      Dieter (alias Fernado)

    • Fernando has written a new post "Windows 10 and Intel RST Drivers and Console" Today

      Zitat von 65Cobra427SC im Beitrag #8
      My motherboard has the Intel Chipset, the system is running in AHCI mode and the drivers included with Windows 10 are from Intel...
      No, Win10 doesn't have any in-box Intel AHCI driver, just an MS one.
      If I understood your previous post correctly, you have combined your SATA drives to a Windows Software RAID and such RAID is not supported by any Intel RST driver or Software.
      If you want to use an Intel RST AHCI driver and the Intel RST Console Software, you should break the existing Software RAID and let its former members been managed as single SATA SSDs running in AHCI mode. I am pretty sure, that you will be able to get the matching Intel RST driver and software properly installed without any problem.

    • Fernando has written a new post "Add support for x64 on an AMI uefi bios" Today

      @wall:
      welcome at Win-RAID Forum!

      Zitat von wall im Beitrag #1
      Hi, is it possible to add suport for x64 on an AMI uefi bios?
      Does that mean, that you cannot install a 64bit OS onto your Intel tablet?
      If yes, why do you want to get a 64bit OS installed onto it? Which OS are you running now and whih chipset has your tablet?

      Regards
      Dieter (alias Fernando)

    • Zitat von Delo123 im Beitrag #3
      There is a software installed which controlls public bridges and the company is out of business and we need to keep the systems alive on new hardware for a while.
      Why do you want to change the SATA mode to AHCI? It will be much easier to leave the SATA mode at "IDE".
      Another option would be to force the installation of the "wrong" Intel RST AHCI driver while running the SATA Controller in IDE mode and to switch the SATA mode to AHCI while rebooting.

    • @razorbackpc:
      This is what I recommend to do: Create a Win10 v1607 ISO file, where you had removed the in-box Intel RAID driver from the BOOT.WIM and INSTALL.WIM according >this< guide.
      This way you are able to integrate or load the best driver for your Intel ICH9R SATA RAID Controller without the risk to get in collision with the in-box RAID driver v13.2.0.1022.

    • Fernando has written a new post "Recommended AHCI/RAID and NVMe Drivers" Yesterday

      @Jimbo1983:
      Welcome at Win-RAID Forum!

      Zitat von Jimbo1983 im Beitrag #621
      We have some new dell precision 3620's workstations, which we need them to run Windows 7 32bit
      Why that?

      Zitat
      The NVME drives in these workstations are Toshiba - NVME THNSN5256GPUK 256GB

      Is the booting off NVMe SSDs supported by the mainboard BIOS delivered by Dell?

      Zitat
      Just to add i can install Windows 7 64bit to this drive but not 32bit version

      Why are you asking here for support and not at the Dell or Toshiba/OCZ Support? Which sort of help do you expect from my side?

      Regards
      Dieter (alias Fernando)

    • @Delo123:
      Welcome at Win-RAID Forum!

      Zitat von Delo123 im Beitrag #1
      Hi, i would like to replace existing hardware. I have a running pc in ide mode. I would think importing the correct regfile with the iastor service and correct guid for the C236 and placing a iastor.sys in system32 would be possible?
      It is possible to do that, but you will not be able to boot into the OS after having done it.
      By the way: I generally do not recommend to change the SATA mode fom IDE to AHCI from within an already running OS.
      It is far better and safer to do a clean install of the desired OS onto your new system wiith the desired SATA mode. You will find the related guide within the start post of >this< thread.

      Good luck!
      Dieter (alias Fernando)

    • Fernando has written a new post "Windows 10 and Intel RST Drivers and Console" Yesterday

      The Intel RST Software incl. the RST is only installable with Intel Chlpset systems, whose Intel SATA Controller is running in AHCI or RAID mode and managed by a matching Intel RST AHCI or RAID driver.

    • Fernando has written a new post "Modded Intel AHCI and RAID Drivers (digitally signed)" 01.17.2017

      @stone21:
      I suspect, that your problems may be caused by the usage of an mSATA SSD as system drive.
      How resp. to which port of your laptop did you connect the mSATA SDD?

    • Fernando has written a new post "Windows 10 and Intel RST Drivers and Console" 01.17.2017

      @65Cobra427SC:
      It seems to me, that you haven't turned the Intel SATA Controller within the BIOS to "RAID". This is absolutely required, if you want to get access to your already existing Intel RAID array.
      Maybe you will not be able to boot into the OS after having changed the SATA mode to "RAID". In this case you may havbe to repair the boot sector or even to do a fresh install of the OS.

    • Fernando has written a new post "help modding uefi bios with C602 Chipset lga2011" 01.17.2017

      @grml4d:
      The Intel C602 Chipset belongs to the Intel C600+ Chipset Series like the X99 Chipset. So you can use the same Intel AHCI/RAID drivers and Intel RAID EFI/OROM modules as I have recommended for X99 Chipsets.

      Zitat von grml4d im Beitrag #1
      last question is about updating ME firmware ; can i do it with UBU ?
      No, you have to do it manually by using the matching Intel ME FirmwareUpdate Utility. For details please look into the start post of >this< thread.

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