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Fernando
Posts: 10567 | Last online: 07.20.2017
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    • Fernando has written a new post "ASUS P5K with modded bios - Enable ahci on Windows 7 64bits" Today

      @SuprA:
      Welcome at Win-RAID Forum!

      Zitat von SuprA im Beitrag #18
      Please tell me which one should I choose for Intel ICH9?
      Your ASUS P5K has an Intel P35 Chipset and an Intel ICH9R Southbridge. The DeviceID of your on-board Intel SATA AHCI Controller is DEV_2922.
      As you can see, this DEV_2922 Intel ICH9R SATA AHCI Controller is natively not supported by the Intel RST driver v11.2.0.1006 WHQL.

      Zitat
      By the way, the Intel RST driver v11.2.0.1006 I downloaded from this thread. Is this the modded driver?

      No, that is the original driver.
      So if you want to get the Intel RST AHCI driver v11.2.0.1006 installed onto your Intel ICH9R SATA AHCI Controller, you should take the driver, which has been modified and signed by me. You can find the download link within the start post of >this< thread. Don't forget to import the Signature Certificate before you are going to install the driver.

      Good luck!
      Dieter (alias Fernando)

    • Fernando has written a new post "Can you help me" Today

      @liuyanfanglyf:
      Due to the not very meaningful and concrete title you had chosen for this thread I obviously have missed your request written in April. I am sorry for my late reply.
      My answer is: No, I cannot help you with this. I do not sign any driver, which has been modded by someone else.

    • Fernando has written a new post "Test is bios is RSA signed." Yesterday

      Zitat von sagael im Beitrag #5
      encontraste algun metodo que verifique si esta firmado?
      This is an English and not a Spanish language Forum. It doesn't make sense, when everyone writes in his home language.
      Please post your questions/contributions in English.

    • @Jean78:
      Welcome at Win-RAID Forum!
      This thread is only valid for M.2/PCIe SSDs, which are using the NVMe protocol.
      If you want to get Windows installed onto the AHCI variant of the Samsung SM951 (P/N: MZHPVxxxHDGL) and want to boot off it, you need a module named "SAMSUNG_M2_DXE" within your mainboard BIOS.
      The related guide can be found >here<.
      Good luck!
      Dieter (alias Fernando)

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

      Zitat von 7alvoo im Beitrag #1103
      I would also like to ask you to sign some files but unfortunately with the private signature it would not be expedient. ;)
      Only drivers, which have been modded (and tested) by me, can get the Win-RAID CA digital signature. I generally do not sign any driver, which has been modded by someone else.

    • Fernando has written a new post "Which are the "best" Intel AHCI/RAID drivers?" 07.17.2017

      Zitat von Kbird im Beitrag #556
      Hi , i guess nobody is seeing the other thread so I will ask here about the Best Driver for my Asus X99A-II MB with EFI RAID BIOS module v14.8.0.2397 and Win10.
      Contrary to your guess I have seen and read your various posts within >this< thread, but I cannot really help you, because I don't have any test system, which is similar to yours.
      So you will have to find out yourself, which is the "best" Intel RAID driver for your X99 chipset system and your specific hardware configuration.

      Off topic:
      Since you have now posted rather similar reports within 2 different threads, please let me know, which ones of your posts can/should be deleted or merged.

    • Fernando has written a new post "[Discussion] UBU Tool related Questions, Reports and Suggestions" 07.17.2017

      @dpast76:
      Welcome at Win-RAID Forum!
      I have moved your post into the correct UBU Discussion thread. The other thread has been designed just for the announcements of new UBU versions by the developer SoniX.
      Regards
      Dieter (alias Fernando)

    • Fernando has written a new post "[HOT] Win10 Update makes nForce RAID arrays unaccessable" 07.17.2017

      @DominosJR:
      Welcome at Win-RAID Forumand thanks for your info!

      Zitat von DominosJR im Beitrag #418
      the OneDrive files only have a 32-bit version shown in the v11.1.0.43 folder of the SataRAID drivers. Is there a 64-bit version or is the one labeled "32-bit" good for either form of installation?
      While cleaning my OneDrive folders and their content a few days ago I obviously have deleted by mistake the mod+signed 64bit drivers v11.1.0.43 incl. the related folder. Now everything is available again.
      I am sorry for the inconvenience.
      Regards
      Dieter (alias Fernando)

    • Fernando has written a new post "Questions about INTEL Open Source Tianocore/EDK2?" 07.17.2017

      @_nobody_:
      To make it easier to find this thread I have moved it into the "BIOS Modding" section of the Forum.

      @Sobak:
      Welcome at Win-RAID Forum and thanks for the links, which may be useful for interested users.
      Regards
      Dieter (alias Fernando)

    • Fernando has written a new post "HDD instabilities after BIOS update" 07.17.2017

      Zitat von StroppyOz im Beitrag #6
      When i did the install, I used the F6 option to load the RST INF drivers. ... Are you saying I don't even need to do that if I only use AHCI?
      For users, who are running their Intel SATA Controller in AHCI mode, I do not recommend to install any Intel RST Drivers & Software Set. The Intel AHCI driver should be installed/changed manually from within the IDE ATA/ATAPI Controllers" section of the Device Manager.
      The first and most important step for you is to uninstall the listed "Intel Rapid Storage Technology" program from within the Control Panel. After the reboot you should check from within the "IDE ATA/ATAPI Controllers" section, which driver the Intel SATA AHCI Controller is currently using (right click onto it > "Properties" > "Driver" > "Driver Details"). If you want to change the driver version, you can do it now without any problems.

    • Fernando has written a new post "HDD instabilities after BIOS update" 07.17.2017

      Zitat von StroppyOz im Beitrag #4
      Just checked BIOS and the RST firmware is v15.2.0.2647. I use AHCI if that matters.
      The Intel RAID BIOS module doesn't matter at all as long as you are running your Intel SATA Controller in "AHCI" mode.

      Zitat
      Haven't uninstalled RST yet (downgraded the driver originally to a lesser v15 to see if that helped but it didn't).

      It is not a good idea to change the in-use Intel AHCI driver version without having previously uninstalled the Intel RST Software from within the Control Panel.
      By the way: AHCI users do not benefit from the Intel RST Software, but may get a less performant system due to the Services, which are running in the background.


    • Fernando has written a new post "modding bios to Support new GPU card" 07.17.2017

      Zitat von Ahmad im Beitrag #10
      *I didn't know about the Forum Software to attach pic
      >Here< is a guide about how to do it.

    • Fernando has written a new post "modding bios to Support new GPU card" 07.17.2017

      @Ahmad:
      Although it is not my task to interpret any statement given by the ZOTAC support, I am pretty sure, that you misunderstood it.
      They obviously didn't give you the advice to modify your mainboard BIOS, but to simply change the BIOS settings of your current system (after having hit the related key while booting and opened the "Advanced" section of the BIOS).

    • @MarkusMarkus:
      The longer you work with a Windows Operating System, the more performance gets lost. You can easily verify it by doing a benchmark test shortly after a fresh OS install and some months thereafter.
      Reasons:
      1. The registry blows up and cannot be shrinked.
      2. A lot of old and unusual garbage is automaticly stored by the OS.

    • @MarkusMarkus:
      Hello Mark,
      welcome at Win-RAID Forum and thanks for your feedback. It is fine, that you succeeded and now are able to boot off an NVMe SSD.

      Zitat von MarkusMarkus im Beitrag #2034
      Is there a way to mod this old W10 install to get it to work after cloning?
      It is not a big problem to convert the partition scheme from MBR to GPT from within a running Windows 10. Just do a Google search for "convert mbr to gpt windows 10" and you will find a lot of hints.

      Zitat
      I really prefer not having start from a clean install.

      Contrary to you I recommend a fresh OS install in UEFI mode, because this way you will get a better performance by losing a lot of garbage.

      Regards
      Dieter (alias Fernando)

    • Fernando has written a new post "Troubleshoot Raid 5" 07.16.2017

      Zitat von FizzerUK im Beitrag #10
      Is that what you wanted?
      Yes.
      Why didn't you use the RST mode RAID configuration?
      Zitat von FizzerUK im Beitrag #10
      I have Intel RSTe v4.6.0.1048 listed in Programs and features
      And BIOS ROM in the option ROM states v3.5.0
      I don't know, whether it has something to do with your problems, but it is not a good idea to have the Intel RAID BIOS module and the in-use Intel RAID driver from different RST/RSTe platforms (Option ROM: v3, driver/software: v4).

    • Fernando has written a new post "modding bios to Support new GPU card" 07.16.2017

      Zitat von Ahmad im Beitrag #5
      Ok so can I update/modify the BIOS of the graphics card [ ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1050 Ti OC Edition 4GB ] ?
      I don't know whether you have the required knowledge to do it, but anyway I cannot help you with this task.

    • Fernando has written a new post "Troubleshoot Raid 5" 07.16.2017

      @FizzerUK:
      Questions:
      1. Is your on-board Intel SATA RAID Controller running in RST or RSTe mode?
      2. Which Intel RST/RSTe RAID driver version and which Intel RST/RSTe Software version are you using?
      3. Which Intel RST/RSTe RAID module version is within your mainboard BIOS?

    • Fernando has written a new post "modding bios to Support new GPU card" 07.16.2017

      @Ahmad:
      Thanks for having uploaded and linked the "pure" BIOS file, which verifies, that your Intel H67 Chipset mainboard has been designed for an Intel SandyBridge CPU.
      According to my knowledge it is not possible to make a specific discrete graphics card compatible with a specific computer by modding the mainboard BIOS.
      Reason: The mainboard BIOS contains only modules for the function of the on-board devices, but not for any add-on cards.
      If the inserted NVIDIA graphics card should not be compatible with your ystem, you may have either to choose another graphics card or to update/modify the BIOS of the graphics card, but not the BIOS of your mainboard.

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