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100PIER
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    • 100PIER has written a new post "USB 3.0/3.1 Drivers (original and modded)" 06.14.2017

      @Fernando
      The zipped file is offered on Driverscloud.com when scantool (My drivers) does detect an obsolete version.
      I have tried to attach the zipped file (13.5 Mo), but seems a size limitation does exist because i got a german message error..

    • 100PIER has written a new post "USB 3.0/3.1 Drivers (original and modded)" 06.14.2017

      @Fernando,
      A new ASMedia USB3.1 driver v1.16.47.2 WHQL does available from driverscloud.com source.
      I have installed and tested on X99 PC W10 x64 build 15063.413 and does work fine. (not sure if it is working properly on ASUS P8Z77-V Deluxe, but v1.16.41.3 is OK)
      [[File:ASMediaUSB3.1_v1.16.47.2.PNG|none|auto]]

    • 100PIER has written a new post "USB 3.0/3.1 Drivers (original and modded)" 06.08.2017

      Installed and tested ASMedia v1.16.47.1 with USB3 keys on my X99 system and does work fine. Not yet tested on my Z77 PC (but at the moment only v1.16.41.3 is working on).

    • 100PIER has written a new post "Recommended AHCI/RAID and NVMe Drivers" 06.01.2017

      @Fernando,
      A comparative i750 SSD system ANVIL test done on the same hardware (Sabertooth X99), one with previous versions of i750 firmware, NVMe driver and ASUS BIOS version, the other one with the most up to date i750 firmware, NVME driver and ASUS BIOS gives a better score for previous versions: 11084 vs 9485
      [[File:ANVIL_i750_05mars2017.PNG|none|auto]]
      [[File:ANVIL_i750_01Juin2017.PNG|none|auto]]
      Any explanation for a 17% better score with old 'software/firmware/bios' ?

    • 100PIER has written a new post "Recommended AHCI/RAID and NVMe Drivers" 06.01.2017

      @Fernando
      I have updated my i750 400GB firmware and driver now:
      [[File:i750_driver.PNG|none|auto]]
      [[File:DiskInfo_i750.PNG|none|auto]]
      I don't see the upgrade to NVMe v1.2 specification as expected within the Release Note.

    • 100PIER has written a new post "Intel Management Engine: Drivers, Firmware & System Tools" 06.01.2017

      @davidm71
      You are right. Site is Touslesdrivers.COM: https://www.touslesdrivers.com/index.php?v_page=23&v_code=53580
      I was confused with the label:
      [[File:MEI_file.PNG|none|auto]]
      I think this version is effectively for 5MB version and so the error 'larger size' reported when trying to update X99 mboard which do support 1.5 MB MEI firmware only.

    • 100PIER has written a new post "Intel Management Engine: Drivers, Firmware & System Tools" 06.01.2017

      @plutomaniac
      I have a Sabertooth x99, current Intel MEI firmware (1.5 MB) is v9.1.37.1002.
      I see on Station driver that Intel released a firmware update tool to update to v9.1.41.3024 to fix some security fails.
      I have tried the update (screenshot attached) and got an error.
      Is it the right method for my X99 mboard ?
      [[File:MEIfirm91413024_update_test.PNG|none|auto]]

    • @Fernando
      As Magician V5.0 is fully buggy and does not always start on W10 x64 PC I recommend to use the ISO file method to produce a bootable USB Samsung Firmware Update media.
      A specific ISO file is available on Samsung site for each device, one for 960 PRO, one for 960 EVO, etc..
      The USB booted media should be selected in BIOS Menu with CSM enabled exclusively.

    • 100PIER has written a new post "Intel Management Engine: Drivers, Firmware & System Tools" 05.23.2017

      @Fernando
      I have installed, may by mistake, MEI driver v11.7.0.1013 to replace v11.7.0.1011 on my PC X99 consumer (MEI firmware size is 1.5 MB).
      All is working correctly.
      Does v11.7.0.1013 drivers for Consumer (1.5MB) and Corporate (5MB) are identical ?

    • @e.v.o, @m1from
      I agree totally with Fernando, I am pretty sure your USB Flash drive(s) is (are) not correctly prepared: USB 2 only, small size (4 GB recommended), never previously used with a multi partionning, never used previously on a MAC (no exFAT), no GPT schema, only pure MBR, FAT32 exclusively fresh fully formatted.
      On my ASUS X99 the flash backing operation is > 6 minutes, never less.
      You should check and prepare the detailed structure of your USB2 keys you are using with tools such as AOMEI Partition Assistant v6.3 Wizard Tool or MiniTool Partition v10.2.1 Tool.
      You also can check the exact structrure after copying your correctly named BIOS file on via Rufus v2.15 Tool (log option).

    • @m1from
      With W10 x64 To get successfull SM960 family (PRO and EVO) on ASUS Z77 I have mandatory inserted NvmExpressDxE_2 module into BIOS.
      This is what I have done for my P8Z77-V Deluxe. I assume for ASUS Z77 Sabertooth model it is the same thing. For sure NvmExpressDxE_1 never works with a Z77 platform.

    • 100PIER has written a new post "Recommended SSD Tools" 05.09.2017

      @Fernando,
      Some other updates:
      Kingston Tool: v1.0.1.8 (02/09/2017)
      Corsair Tool: v1.2.5.5 (03/23/2017)
      SK hynix Easy Kit (SSD Manager) v1.3.2 (04/03/2017) (useful to observe Samsung SM951 AHCI SATA device)

    • 100PIER has written a new post "USB 3.0/3.1 Drivers (original and modded)" 04.30.2017

      @Fernando,
      I confirm for P8Z77-V Deluxe the ASMedia USB 3.0/3.1 driver v1.16.45.1 does not work (no USB detection) under W10 64 bits V1703.
      DPinst 64 bits does install the driver without any error.
      Driver v1.16.41.3 (DPinst 64 bit) does work perfectly.

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