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Fernando
Posts: 11020 | Last online: 10.17.2017
Name
Dieter
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    • Fernando has written a new post "[Discussion] UBU Tool related Questions, Reports and Suggestions" Yesterday

      Zitat von gpvecchi im Beitrag #3212
      Just for Z370 or Z170, too?
      To answer this question, we need access to the first v16 platform Intel RST(e) drivers.

    • Fernando has written a new post "Intel EFI "RaidDriver" and "GopDriver" BIOS Modules" Yesterday

      @all:
      Update of the start post
      Changelog:

      • new: "pure" Intel RST(e) EFI "RaidDriver" v16.0.0.3155 without header (for the latest/upcoming Intel SATA RAID Controllers)

      Notes:
      The Intel RST RAID ROM/EFI RaidDriver BIOS modules from the v16 platform have been designed by Intel for the latest/upcoming Intel Chipsets. Matching Intel RST(e) drivers are not yet available.
      Thanks to Pacman for the source file.

      Good luck with the new Intel EFI RAID module!
      Dieter (alias Fernando

    • Fernando has written a new post "AHCI & RAID ROM Modules" Yesterday

      @ all:
      Update of the Start post
      Changelog:

      • new: Intel RST(e) RAID ROM v16.0.0.3155 for the latest/upcoming Intel SATA RAID Controllers

      • The Intel RAID ROM platfom v16 has been designed by Intel for the latest resp. for the upcoming Intel Chipsets. Matching Intel RST(e) drivers are not yet available.
        Thanks to Pacman for the source file.

      Regards
      Dieter (alias Fernando)

    • Fernando has written a new post "[GUIDE] AMI CPU Microcode Update Guide" Yesterday

      @ammoune78:
      Welcome to the Win-RAID Forum!

      Since this already existing thread seems to match the topic of your request, I have moved your post here and hope, that you will get support by davidm71, the author of the CPU Microcode Update Guide (= start post).

      Good luck!
      Dieter (alias Fernando)

    • Fernando has written a new post "Safe (encrypted) access to the Forum via HTTPS" Yesterday

      @chinobino:
      @CodeRush:
      @myDNA:
      To make it easier for everyone to find the related information at one place, I have created today this new thread within the Sub-Forum "News/Announcements", copied your posts into it and then deleted the formerly used and now dispensable threads.
      I hope, that this is ok for you.

      @all Forum members:
      To give you the possibility to post your opinion/comment into this thread, I just gave all Forum members the right to post into the existing threads of the Sub-Forum "News/Announcements".

      Regards
      Dieter (alias Fernando)

    • Fernando has created the topic "Safe (encrypted) access to the Forum via HTTPS". Yesterday

    • Fernando has written a new post "USB 3.0/3.1 Drivers (original and modded)" 10.15.2017

      @zonkiel:
      Please give us some information about the HardwareIDs of the on-board USB Controller (right-click onto it > Properties>Details>Property>HardwareIDs) and the OS you are running.

    • @pedrosimao:
      @davidm71:
      Since your contributions have not much to do with the thread, where they were posted, I have moved them into a new thread and gave it a hopefully meanigful title.
      Hoping, that you agree with my action
      Dieter

    • Fernando has written a new post "[GUIDE] AMI CPU Microcode Update Guide" 10.14.2017

      @davidm71:
      Thank you very much for having taken the time writing this important guide, which was missing here until now.
      This will help many users, who are interested in optimizing the function of their CPU.
      You have done a good job!

    • Fernando has written a new post "[Discussion] UBU Tool related Questions, Reports and Suggestions" 10.14.2017

      Zitat von Warboy im Beitrag #3209
      So its isolated to just 12.9.4.1000 drivers (modified)?
      No, theoretically you can use any of my mod+signed Intel RST drivers, if you have inserted the matching modded Intel RAID ROM into the BIOS.
      Zitat von Warboy im Beitrag #3209
      how do I inject the modified RAID ROM?
      Like any other Option ROM module. You can find the related guide within this Forum.

    • @petrosimao:
      Welcome to the Win-RAID Forum!
      I am sorry, but I personally cannot help you, because I don't have any own experience with Apple computers or Operating Systems.
      Hopefully you will get support by anyone else.

      Regards
      Dieter (alias Fernando)

    • Fernando has written a new post "[Discussion] UBU Tool related Questions, Reports and Suggestions" 10.14.2017

      @Warboy:
      AFAIK it is not possible for the user to switch the DeviceID of the on-board Intel SATA RAID Controller from DEV2826 to DEV2822 by modding the BIOS.
      If you want to use a v12 platform Intel RST RAID ROM and Intel RST RAID driver with your DEV_2826 Intel SATA RAID Controller, you may look >here< for the "Especially modified Intel RST(e) RAID ROM v12.9.0.2006 with TRIM in RAID0 for X79 systems" and >here< for the "Modded+signed Intel RST(e) drivers v12.9.4.1000".
      Good luck!

    • Fernando has written a new post "Safe to replace AMI NVME module with newer one from next gen board?" 10.14.2017

      @davidm71:
      Provided, that both NVMe modules (your currently in-use and the desired one) have the same GUID, the replacement will be "safe" (will not brick your BIOS), but there is no guarantee, that you will get any benefit from it.
      If you want to test it, I recommend to additionally update the other 2 DXE Driver modules with the letters "nvme" within their names.

    • @Arlon:
      Welcome to the Win-RAID Forum and thank you very much for your contribution, which may help other interested visitors.
      It is fine, that you were able to successfully finalize your project to speed-up your Intel 8-Series Chipset system by inserting a Samsung 951 NVMe SSD and that you took the time to write your report into this Forum.

      Greetings to you and your children
      Dieter

    • Fernando has written a new post "Supermicro X9dr3-f Hyperspeed Bios Mod" 10.14.2017

      @Merkstenix:
      Welcome to the Win-RAID Forum!

      Zitat von Merkstenix im Beitrag #1
      i am wondering if there is any way to add some other features to my bios.
      Since I don't have any experience with this kind of BIOS modification, I cannot help you myself. Please remember, that such BIOS modding is much more risky than an insertion of a natively not present BIOS module.

      Regards
      Dieter (alias Fernando)

    • Fernando has written a new post "Recommended AHCI/RAID and NVMe Drivers" 10.13.2017

      @all:
      Update of the start post
      Changelog:

      • ASMedia 106x SATA3 AHCI/RAID drivers:
        • new: "pure" 32/64bit ASMedia 106x SATA3 AHCI/RAID drivers v3.2.3.0 WHQL for Win8/8.1/10 dated 08/21/2017
        • new: "pure" 32/64bit ASMedia 106x SATA3 AHCI/RAID drivers v3.2.3.0 WHQL for Vista/Win7 dated 08/21/2017
        • new: Complete ASMedia 106x SATA3 AHCI/RAID Drivers & Installer Set v3.2.3.0 dated 09/15/2017
          containing the above listed and older XP/W2k3 drivers v3.2.0.0 WHQL

      Thanks to our Forum member shroeder for the source package.

      Regards
      Dieter (alias Fernando)

    • Fernando has written a new post "ORIENT A1061SL and Acer Aspire X3200 with DA078L motherboard" 10.13.2017

      Zitat von Mike-34 im Beitrag #7
      My further actions? Do I need to downgrade my controller firmware?
      You should ask the manufacturer of your add-on card.
      We don't know
      a) which Firmware the Controller needs and
      b) whether it is even possible to “downgrade“ the current Firmware.

    • Fernando has written a new post "Which are the "best" Intel AHCI/RAID drivers?" 10.13.2017

      Zitat von Lex im Beitrag #609
      My last two questions to @100PIER are very important to me. If you think my discussion does not belong here maybe you can direct me to some another topic I should move to?
      Why don't you start a new topic titled "How to optimize the usage of X99 chipset Intel SATA ports" (or similar)?

    • Fernando has written a new post "Which are the "best" Intel AHCI/RAID drivers?" 10.13.2017

      @Lex:
      The majority of your various questions were/are about the features and specifications of Intel X99 chipsets and have nothing to do with the topic of this thread. Furthermore it seems to me, that my attempts to answer your questions as detailed as possible just induces a bunch of new questions from your side.
      As a consequence I stop this discussion at this place.
      100PIER and me have given you a lot of information, which should allow you to find out yourself
      a) the appropriate SATA port for the connection of your system drive and
      b) the "best" Intel AHCI driver for your specific system and tasks.
      It would be fine, if you would let us know your final results, because they will match perfectly the topic of this thread.

    • Fernando has written a new post "Which are the "best" Intel AHCI/RAID drivers?" 10.12.2017

      Zitat von Lex im Beitrag #602
      when I read your comment under "Intel RSTe drivers v5.2.0.1194 WHQL dated 06/13/2017" from first post:

      Zitat
      X99 users, who are running their Intel SATA ports in RST mode, should install the RST(e) drivers v14.8.16.1063.
      .. it suggests me that I should use only v14 OR v5, not both on the same system.

      Maybe the related sentence of the start post is misleading. Nevertheless: The first 8 SATA ports of your mainboard are running in RST mode and need an RST driver (here: v14 platform), whereas the last 4 SATA ports are running in RSTe mode and need an "Enterprise Edition" RSTe driver (here: v5 platform).

      Zitat von Lex im Beitrag #602
      Only one explanation comes eventually to my mind: is it possible to install v14 on both X99 controllers?
      No, both SATA Controllers of your mainboard have different DeviceIDs and need different drivers. The Intel RST(e) drivers of the v14 platform do not support the sSATA Controller of your mainboard.
      Zitat von Lex im Beitrag #602
      Or does v14 always install only on the first one leaving second controller on.. hmm.. some "default"(?) drivers?
      The Windows Device Management knows, which specific driver supports which one of your 2 on-board SATA Controllers. When you install the driver by running the related installer from a complete Intel RST/RSTe Drivers & Software Set, it will be done automaticly. Only if you are going to manually install a "pure" Intel RST/RSTe driver from within the Device Manager, you should pay attention, when you select the Intel SATA Controller, whose driver you want to update. Butr even if you choose the wrong (not matching) Controller, nothing severe will happen: You will just get the message, that the related driver is not compatible with this Controller.

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