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Fernando
Posts: 9557 | Last online: 02.24.2017
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Dieter
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    • @ all:
      Update of the start post

      Changelog:

      • new: 32/64bit Intel RST(e) AHCI/RAID drivers v15.2.10.1044 WHQL dated 01/13/2017
      • new: Intel RST(e) Drivers & Software Set v15.2.10.1044 WHQL dated 01/19/2017

      Notes:
      • These AHCI/RAID drivers are WHQL certified by Microsoft and usable with all Windows Operating Systems from Win7 up.
      • Only Intel 100-Series/C230 Chipsets and Systems with an Intel Skylake CPU are natively supported by these drivers.
      • Thanks to Pacman resp. Station-Drivers for having published the source package.

      Enjoy these new Intel AHCI and RAID drivers!
      Dieter (alias Fernando)

    • Fernando has written a new post "[Tool Guide+News] "UEFI BIOS Updater" (UBU)" Yesterday

      Zitat von rmongiovi im Beitrag #202
      Update the BIOS modules manually using UEFITool. Now where did I put the new BIOS modules? Oh yeah! They're in the UBU folder.....
      Exactly, the UBU tool and the UEFITool are using the exactly same BIOS modules.

    • Zitat von essam999 im Beitrag #1573
      can you please make YouTube video of the guide would be great
      I don't know whether this is a good idea, because each BIOS and the BIOS settings differ from each other. So the user has to find out himself the specific BIOS settings, which will let him succeed.

    • Fernando has written a new post "[Benchmarks] Comparison of the currently fastest consumer SSDs" Yesterday

      @100PIER:
      Since I recently got my ordered Samsung 960 EVO SSDs (2 x 250 GB), I would rather like to know, whether your Samsung 960 EVO issues have been solved by the new Firmware.
      How did you flash the new Firmware?

    • Fernando has written a new post "[Tool Guide+News] "UEFI BIOS Updater" (UBU)" Yesterday

      Zitat von rmongiovi im Beitrag #200
      If it's going to take a bit to work out the details of the alternative, would you consider putting the link back with just the directories of up-to-date modules?
      Please remember: Once upon a time there has been no UBU tool at all!
      So be patient and wait for a new UBU tool, which will work without any AMI tool, or update the BIOS modules manually by using CodeRush's UEFITool.

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

      @RedOctane:
      Welcome at Win-RAID Forum!

      The company Hewlett-Packard obviously puts a specific variant of the AMI Aptio UEFI BIOS into their mainboard BIOS chips, which doesn't make it easy to modify it and to get the modified BIOS properly flashed.
      I am sorry, but I cannot help you. You should ask Hewlett-Packard for an updated BIOS.
      On the other hand it is not a desaster to use the Intel RAID Utility v12.9.0.2006.
      Since your request has nothing to do with the topic of the Sub-Forum "Drivers", where you posted it, I have moved your post and my reply.
      Additional questions:
      1. Why do you want to update the Intel RAID ROM module of your mainboard BIOS?
      2. Which Intel Chipset has your HP system?

      Regards
      Dieter (alias Fernando)

    • @sangoku116:
      Welcome at Win-RAID Forum!
      It is not a good idea to start with a Dual-Boot Linux-Win10 system.
      You should be happy, if you succeed booting off the NVMe SSD running just Win10.
      By the way: Which NVMe SSD model are you using?
      Regards
      Dieter (alias Fernando)

    • Fernando has written a new post "Performance of the Intel RST/RSTe AHCI/RAID Drivers" Yesterday

      @emka:
      Welcome at Win-RAID Forum!
      Please have a look into the start post of >this< thread.
      At the bottom you will find a table with my favorite Intel RST(e) AHCI drivers for your Z97 chipset system.
      Regards
      Dieter (alias Fernando)

    • Fernando has written a new post "poor performance with a SM951 AHCI vie PCIe" 02.23.2017

      @JQS71:
      Yes, that is what I wanted to see.
      According to my knowledge the currently running generic Win10 in-box AHCI driver named STORAHCI.SYS is the only AHCI driver, which does support Samsung's SM951 AHCI SSDs.
      So you cannot replace the MS driver by any third party AHCI driver.
      Question:
      Did you recently try to update the related AHCI driver of your on-board Intel sSATA AHCI Controller? The Controller was yesterday shown with another name and obviously has used an other driver.

    • Fernando has written a new post "Seeking Knowledge (Dell/NVMe)" 02.23.2017

      @thanatu55:
      Since not all Forum members (inclusive myself) know what you mean with "9343" resp. "9350", it would be a good idea to explain it.
      It seems, that you mean different Dell XPS 13 models. If yes, what are the differences?
      Thanks!

    • Fernando has written a new post "poor performance with a SM951 AHCI vie PCIe" 02.23.2017

      Zitat von JQS71 im Beitrag #15
      I did. respond to post 6. please read my response in post 7.
      That has not been an answer to my questions:
      1. I wanted to know the "Driver Details" of your on-board Intel sSATA AHCI Controller (left picture of your post #3).(and not those of your Intel SATA RAID Controller.
      2. According the very limited informations I got from your side, you want to know why your Samsung SM951 AHCI SSD has such poor performance.

    • Fernando has written a new post "Recommended AHCI/RAID and NVMe Drivers" 02.23.2017

      @flipp3r:
      Welcome at Win-RAID Forum and thanks for your interesting report, which may be useful for other users with an Intel 100- or 200-Series Chipset system.
      Regards
      Dieter (alias Fernando)

    • Fernando has written a new post "iaStorA device not started" 02.23.2017

      Zitat von sealovererik im Beitrag #1
      So the other day I realized that my 100 series chipset driver v14.8.12.1059 had mistakenly been updated to what I think is the newest v15 series driver.
      Questions:
      1. Who updated the driver? Has it been you or was it automaticly done by Windows Update?
      2. What lets you think, that the related system has an Intel 100-Series Chipset? The DeviceIDs of the 100-Series Chipset SATA AHCI Controllers are DEV_A102 or DEV_A103, but not DEV_9D03. I suspect, that your system has an Intel X99 Chipset.

    • @Matrix985:
      Don't care about what your UEFI BIOS tells you about your NVMe SSD. The only important thing is, that it is detected by the BIOS.
      All BIOS settings, which are required to boot off an NVMe SSD, are layed down within the start post of this thread.

    • Fernando has written a new post "poor performance with a SM951 AHCI vie PCIe" 02.23.2017

      @JQS71:
      When users are asking me for help, I expect, that they
      1. read my replies and
      2. answer my questions (look into my posts #4 and #6).

    • @AndrewCH:
      Hello Andrew,

      welcome at Win-RAID Forum!
      Since your problem has nothing to do with the "BIOS Modding" section of this Forum, I have moved your post into this absolutely matching thread.

      Good luck!
      Dieter (alias Fernando)

    • Fernando has written a new post "Question about my System, possible help " 02.23.2017

      Zitat von MaxPayne im Beitrag #8
      I downloaded a drive test and this is what i notice
      The drive test doesn't help me.
      What I need are
      a) the HardwareIDs of your on-board Storage and IDE ATA/ATAPI Controllers (right-click onto them > "Properties" > "Details" > "Property" > "HardwareIDs") and
      b) the storage driver details they are using.

    • @aramil:
      Welcome at Wpn-RAID Forum and thanks for your report!
      With which SATA mode (AHCI/RAID) is your on-board Intel SATA Controller running?

      Enjoy your Z77 system with completely optimized BIOS modules!
      Regards
      Dieter (alias Fernando)

    • Fernando has written a new post "poor performance with a SM951 AHCI vie PCIe" 02.22.2017

      Zitat von JQS71 im Beitrag #11
      I have read your posts.
      Really?
      Please re-read my post #8 and your direct reply at post #9.

    • Fernando has written a new post "Question about my System, possible help " 02.22.2017

      @MaxPayne:
      Can you please check the HardwareIDs of your Intel SATA Controller running in "Normal" and "Legacy" mode?

      Zitat von MaxPayne im Beitrag #5
      i think my mb only supports ide even in normal/navtive mode unless there's some drivers out there which changes it
      You cannot change the IDE driver, because Intel does not offer any IDE driver (only AHCI and RAID drivers).

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