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100PIER
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    • @beavis
      Yes, I suggest you should test without Magician installed and active full time.
      However, i am very surprise you succeed to "start" Magician !
      What exact W10 version and build do you have ?
      On my side I succeed to "install", but not to "start" Magician:
      [[File:MAGICIAN_installed_but_not_launching_ERROR.PNG|none|auto]]

    • @beavis,
      At the moment the only way to update 960 PRO firmware to new '2B6QCXP7' version is via Magician v5.0 software.
      Unfortunatly Magician can't start on any of my W10 x64 v1703 PC's. (Magician internal error).
      The Firmware iso file will be proposed very soon.
      Do you have uninstalled Magician after your 960 PRO firmware update ?
      On my side, I wait for iso file method availibility to update 960 PRO firmware.
      On my side, (NVMe driver v2.2) with 960 EVO new firmware (2B7QCXE7) i no longer observe 'unsafe shutdowns' progression, nor W10 x64 'unexpected shutdown', nor 960 EVO disconnected (lost) after a PC Restart required under a WinPE v10.0.15063 application.
      With 960 PRO old firmware I do observe all of these problems.

    • 100PIER has written a new post "USB 3.0/3.1 Drivers (original and modded)" 04.20.2017

      @Fernando,
      Post #965 you write "new: 32/64bit DPInst Sets with Intel USB 3.0/3.1 Drivers v5.0.1.38 mod+signed by me at 04/19/2017"

    • 100PIER has written a new post "USB 3.0/3.1 Drivers (original and modded)" 04.19.2017

      @Fernando,
      Last red line typo : v5.0.3.42 for the modded version.
      After the W10 'upgrade' (via "Windows10Upgrade9252" application) from 'RS1' to 'RS2' do we have again to apply Certification ?

    • 100PIER has written a new post "USB 3.0/3.1 Drivers (original and modded)" 04.08.2017

      After migrate OS W10 x64 RS1 to RS2 I no longer get the 'extra' unwanted ASmedia USB3.x driver update...
      This ASMedia USB3.x v1.16.45.1 driver does work fine on ASUS Sabertooth X99 and even does offer better performance (+ 4%) than native MS USB3 v10.0.15063.0.
      Performance tests were done with 2 differents manufacturers (Supertalent and Sandisk) USB3 keys. For the both, ASMedia v1.16.45.1 does offer better performance.
      I no longer use Intel USB3.x v5.0.1.38 driver to handle USB3.0 ports of this PC:
      [[File:W10_RS2_DeviceMngr_ASMedia_USB3.PNG|none|auto]]

    • 100PIER has written a new post "Which are the "best" Intel AHCI/RAID drivers?" 04.08.2017

      @Fernando,
      In reply to your post #544, to migrate W10 from RS1 to RS2 I have used the "Window10Upgrade9252" application offered by MS.
      This is not a classical 'update', and really I don't understand why arbitrary this operation have upgraded the Intel RAID driver of my X99 platform from the current v14.8.12.1059 to a v15.x branch !!
      I don't understand why you said that for RS2 the native Intel RAID driver is a v13.x branch ?

    • 100PIER has written a new post "Which are the "best" Intel AHCI/RAID drivers?" 04.07.2017

      @Fernando
      Before to update W10 OS on My PC Sabertooth X99 I used the Intel EFI "RaidDriver" to v14.8.2.2397 and the Intel RST(e) driver v14.8.12.1059 WHQL.
      Today I have updated to W10 Famille 1703 15063.13.
      I am very surprise that automatically Windows modded my Intel RAID driver version to v15.2.5.1035:
      [[File:DeviceMngrPanel_W10_1703_15063.13.PNG|none|auto]]

      So, I am again confuse now as V15.2.5.1035 is not recommended for X99 chipset.
      Do you think useful to downgrade the Intel RAID driver offered natively by W10 1703 (RS2) version ?

    • 100PIER has written a new post "USB 3.0/3.1 Drivers (original and modded)" 04.07.2017

      @Fernando,
      I had no specific reason to not use the 'pure' install ASMedia USB3 method.
      I observe now a stucky daily Windows Update to attempt to install ASMedia Root Hub software as this morning:
      [[File:W10_Update_daily_proposal.PNG|none|auto]]
      To go back to a clean situation I think have to fully uninstall the driver , let in place the native driver, and then use install the 'pure' up-to-date driver version..

    • 100PIER has written a new post "USB 3.0/3.1 Drivers (original and modded)" 04.06.2017

      @Fernando,
      Yes, we have the same Device Manager screenshot. All the ASMedia ports works fine.
      However, the only very strange thing is WU does offer (see my post #943) and does suggest an extra update which does not make sense !!
      May be in fact WU does not apply this device driver update because in my PC I have disabled (via OO10shutup) the automatic Windows Update function for drivers ?
      [[File:W10_driver_update_disabled.PNG|none|auto]]
      When using the 'pure' driver update method this abnormal suggestion from WU does not occur !

    • 100PIER has written a new post "USB 3.0/3.1 Drivers (original and modded)" 04.06.2017

      @Fernando,
      The ASMedia USB3 driver installation is not the problem (no error reported).
      The problem is WU does offer always an extra installation just after the ASMedia up-to-date was installed via the ASMedia Software package setup.
      Here is the Device Mngr screenshot:
      [[File:W10_DeviceMngr_ASMedia_USB3.PNG|none|auto]]

    • 100PIER has written a new post "USB 3.0/3.1 Drivers (original and modded)" 04.05.2017

      @FirstEver, @Fernando

      The method I used to install ASMedia USB3.0 v1.16.45.1 was the Software Package.
      I have observed that W10 Update did an attempt to do an extra additional modification of ASMedia driver which were just installed:
      [[File:W10_Update_automatic_proposition_for_ASMedia_USB.PNG|none|auto]]
      I don't understand this conflict beetween W10 (v1607 14393.969) & ASMedia driver.
      I observed with 1.16.41.3 none conflict.

    • 100PIER has written a new post "USB 3.0/3.1 Drivers (original and modded)" 04.05.2017

      @Fernando,
      @ USB3.x ASMedia port user's
      Here is a CDM score compare between ASMedia USB 3.0/3.1 Drivers v1.16.45.1 WHQL and Intel USB 3.0/3.1 Drivers v5.0.1.38 on ASUS Sabertooth X99 machine using for the test a USB3.0 key (Sandisk Extreme USB 3.0 64GB).

      I am very happy and surprise to the excellent performances from ASMedia new driver version !
      I have done multiple tests and I do confirm this fact: ASMedia USB driver is better. (for info the previous ASMedia driver v1.16.44.1 did not worked (no USB key detection)).
      ASMEDIA USB 3.1 port:
      [[File:Sandisk_USB3_on_ASMedia_port.PNG|none|auto]]

      INTEL USB 3.0 port:
      [[File:Sandisk_USB3_on_Intel_port.PNG|none|auto]]

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