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    • odiebugs has written a new post "[Guide] Manual AMI UEFI BIOS Modding " 11.14.2015

      What ever they did it's PMO , lol

      I noticed that the UEFI tool does not show a capsule header, but I assumed the tool didn't see new one in Aptio V.

      Replacing EFI with my GUID and header - as anyone can see it throws error for DOS signature -

      [[File:orig U tool raid in.jpg|none|auto]]



      Now when I use Dieter's header removed EFI there is no error and the rebuild is ok and the old body is not left behind, but still get secure flash fail-
      [[File:orig U tool raid in no head.jpg|none|auto]]



      I have tried all three tools, EFI with header and without, tried using replace as is, extracted and tried to overwrite, even tried to use UBU after using UEFI tool and always get secure flash fail.

    • odiebugs has written a new post "[Guide] Manual AMI UEFI BIOS Modding " 11.14.2015

      Will update profile, I have a ASrock Z170 extreme 7+ now also. Will be testing the Samsung 950's in RAID soon.

      In the UBU tool folder are the modules, all I did was over write the OROM and EFI RAID Driver with the newest 14.7. But it didn't work on the OROM, but it did replace the EFI, I also opened up the BIOS.BIN that it makes and extracted the RAID Driver with MM tool and confirmed that it was replaced with 14.7.

      I have tried to delete every line with word Capsule with MM tool. Using the UBU tool and UEFI tool does not work removing header so I can mod the files to new RAID but always get secure flash fail.

    • odiebugs has written a new post "[Guide] Manual AMI UEFI BIOS Modding " 11.14.2015

      Not that it matters, but I can get the UBU tool to mod the RAID driver on a Aptio V. I replaced the file in the IRST folder with new RAID, and checked it with UBU and hex.

      Here is before -

      [[File:Orig UEFI.jpg|none|auto]]


      Here is after mod
      [[File:Orig mod RAID D.jpg|none|auto]]


      Here it is UBU tool reopened -
      [[File:reopened after mod.jpg|none|auto]]



      Not that it helps, because with UEFI or UBU I can't get the flash not to fail because I can't remove header, I sure hope we get a tool soon.

    • Zitat von dockie im Beitrag #212
      Would this allow support of ahci m.2 pcie ssd's that aren't detected on older uefi's? Im trying to get a samsung sm951 ahci ssd to work with an asus rampage iv extreme.

      thanks
      NO, RST is for a RAID array, and it will not give the motherboard support for the SM951. The drivers inside a RST installer are for windows to use.

      The SM951 with a model number MZHPV, is not a NVMe memory. But you should ask ASUS if they will update a new UEFI that will support this drive.

      The SM951 that has NVMe, has a model number of MZVP.

    • Zitat von Fernando im Beitrag #206
      The Intel RAID ROM modules (EFI and LEGACY ones) will only detect drives, which are connected to any Intel SATA port. Neither the M.2 ports nor the PCie slots are managed by the Intel SATA Controller.

      BAD Cow, BAD BAD Cow. BAHAHAHAA

      You should know I'm just joking with you and will always think you're the greatest.

    • Zitat von CodeRush im Beitrag #207
      @Fernando, this was true until Skylake, where Intel made dedicated "NVMe-ready" PCIe lanes, that are also controlled by RST and the drive connected to it can be added to the array.
      Thanks coderush: I finally found the release notes from Intel on the RST 14 series where it states : RST 14.0 release enables support for new platforms & features for Skylake mobile U/Y and desktop consumer chipset.

      -Support for PCIe NVMe storage devices
      - Support for up to 3 PCIe storage devices
      -Support for RAID0/1/5 volumes with PCIe storage devices
      -Support for RTD3 on RAID volumes
      -NVMe1.2 compliance
      -NVMe Security Send and Security Receive (no boot support)
      -NVMe Autonomous Power State Transitions

      On a blog someone said they were going to RAID SM951, I was so happy that Intel added support to PCI-E .

    • Zitat von Fernando im Beitrag #203
      Zitat von odiebugs im Beitrag #201
      Sorry, but has anyone run NVMe in RAID with pure UEFI using the M2 or PCI-E, and knows it uses the EFI Sata Driver ?
      What lets you think, that this is possible? The Intel EFI RaidDriver resp. SataDriver modules have nothing to do with NVMe support.
      You may be able to create a Software RAID using 2 NVMe supporting M.2 SSDs from within Windows, but no Intel RAID array.
      Thank you D. Well you know me always assuming. I figured that the NVMe added to the UEFI was just so the UEFI recognized the drive controller and allowed it to be bootable, so once the system could see the drive as bootable, that the OROM/ EFI Sata Driver could also see it and place it into an array just as it can detect the Sata 3 ports. Getting the ASrock extreme 7 Z170, and was praying that two SM951's could be set into a array.

    • Sorry, but has anyone run NVMe in RAID with pure UEFI using the M2 or PCI-E, and knows it uses the EFI Sata Driver ?

    • odiebugs has written a new post "Intel Chipset Device "Drivers" (= INF files)" 08.30.2015

      Zitat von e.v.o im Beitrag #123
      Zitat von odiebugs im Beitrag #122
      Dieter: Do you know how many people think that they are installing drivers, or they think that the INF files are the drivers. Even after Intel had to change the name because of this problem, they still think that updating to a new version of the INF installer, that these embedded drivers will be better.

      Good old Intel, started this whole mess with Chipset Driver installer. LOL


      well.. i also "recommend" to install those "drivers" but it's funny to see that still everyone thinks these packages are drivers :D
      Yes, depending on OS. But if windows see the Bus, roots and loads the lab build version as driver, then there is absolutely no reason to install the INF as it has zero effect. Even if you do run the software, you'll notice for the Bus, there is no driver and it didn't load the INF, but it changes from Micro to Intel.

    • odiebugs has written a new post "Intel Chipset Device "Drivers" (= INF files)" 08.30.2015

      Dieter: Do you know how many people think that they are installing drivers, or they think that the INF files are the drivers. Even after Intel had to change the name because of this problem, they still think that updating to a new version of the INF installer, that these embedded drivers will be better.

      Good old Intel, started this whole mess with Chipset Driver installer. LOL

      Hope all is well, I see your site is just amazing, I really hope you're doing well.

    • odiebugs has written a new post "Newest AMD SATA driver? Need help.." 09.06.2014

      I would follow Fernando's advise.

      Windows loads the kernel into memory, but it must read it first, I'm not sure at what point you get the BSOD, but if it's before windows starts to load then you have a problem with the generic dvd rom driver or the dvd rom, you can try installing win 7 then dual boot a XP. If it was me I would try win 7 from a USB an a disk, then you might know if it was just the XP you have.
      . You should see if you can clear CMOS to, remover battery for a few minutes.
      That's all I have, sorry if it doesn't help.

    • odiebugs has written a new post "Newest AMD SATA driver? Need help.." 09.04.2014

      Sorry, don't mean to jump in.

      Have you zeroed out the HDD, run a erase HDD program like darik's boot nuke ? You shouldn't use format as a way to clean a drive. That BSOD can also be a corrupt MBR, a virus and driver error. There are a lot of free HDD erasers. Formatting is for changing from one format to another, it's not a good way to clean used drive.

      It takes a while, but you really should erase the drive, unless it's brand new.

      I can't tell if you make it to the DRIVE Page of install, do you make it to see the HDD, you should be able to get this far even without the driver and install it there.

      The sony website doesn't recognize this model, so I can't see the BIOS, to see what you have for options in it and make sure AHCI is enabled.

    • odiebugs has written a new post "Performance of the Intel RST/RSTe AHCI/RAID Drivers" 08.23.2014

      You don't have too. After seeing your benches I did some reading. From reading I get that very large files are discriminated against large media files to avoid polluting the cache with data. All the load times for apps games and OS are barley noticeable
      so the bench must be pulling from cache. A bump of 3500MB but only a 0.2 second load time for a game, 0.4sec boot time, small file copy is only a few MB's faster.
      I was almost ready to buy two. If you see better results running software, post it, I don't want to give people the wrong idea if you see better performance. As always, thanks for the response.

    • odiebugs has written a new post "Performance of the Intel RST/RSTe AHCI/RAID Drivers" 08.22.2014

      Hey Fern:
      Can you do a real transfer test between two single drives, with Rapid and not enabled. I can't see how a drive can perform faster then it's max and the controllers max, wondering if the memory cache is affecting the bench. Just wonder what the transfer difference is between non Rapid and Rapid.

    • odiebugs has written a new post "AHCI & RAID ROM Modules" 04.05.2014

      Zitat von Ethos Evoss im Beitrag #328
      OK thnx
      I am actually running AHCI . I wanted only show you that RAID option is there so looks like it is for cache only ..
      I am gonna disable that intel rapid start ..
      It is bit shame .. I can't have RAID 0 ..
      One more thing ; what is your opinion about this product; http://www.bplustech.com/Adapter/SSDMR.html
      I am considering to buy it
      Please tell me if it's worth buying one
      Thnx


      There are several MOBO's that have a chipsets that can run RAID, but the MFG didn't incorporate it, mostly older boards.

      Programs, booting are not faster with RAID, actually a single SSD is better, RAID comes in when you are moving massive files, or it's original intended purpose, data redundancy.

      Programs and booting are more dependent on access time.

    • odiebugs has written a new post "AHCI & RAID ROM Modules" 04.04.2014

      @ Hanson, lorddkag, Fernnando :
      Just wanted to say thanks. I finally just got my GOP support BIOS for my GTX 670, only gave me file, no info, so I had to get nvflash and flash the card.
      Now I happen to have only modded the SataDriver the last time I flashed the MOBO BIOS. Now that I am in full UEFI, I see what you guy's where talking about on advanced tab, under Instant flash I now have a folder ( Rapid Storage Tech ) and it has the 13 series SataDriver running, the one I replaced from the 12. series.. All those times thinking I was using the SataDriver when I was using the ROM. Now I am actually using the SataDriver.
      Whoo Hoo, LOL Thanks again guys.

    • odiebugs has written a new post "AHCI & RAID ROM Modules" 03.22.2014

      @ Fern :
      Thanks so much for explaining it so well, really appreciate it. I will try looking at Advanced and will install the new RST utility.

    • odiebugs has written a new post "AHCI & RAID ROM Modules" 03.22.2014

      @ 100PIER :
      That was me posting about the VGA BIOS.

      Thanks for reply. Yes I see a lot of people who have done the same and Evga sent them a Hybrid BIOS. I will see this week if MSI will send me one for my GTX 670. Even if they don't send me a utility, I should be able to flash in a pure DOS environment using a DOS bootable flash drive and running a .BAT.

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