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JohnM
Posts: 27 | Last online: 08.18.2017
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    • JohnM has written a new post "USB 3.0/3.1 Drivers (original and modded)" 08.04.2017

      Zitat
      Did you have problems with the previously released ASMedia USB 3.1 drivers?


      Yes I did. Versions after v1.16.41.3 but before v1.16.47.2 all had problems for me.

      Zitat
      Do you think, that I can remove the links to the much older ASMedia USB 3.1 drivers v1.16.41.3 from the start post??


      Yeah I don't see a problem with that.

    • JohnM has written a new post "USB 3.0/3.1 Drivers (original and modded)" 08.04.2017

      @Fernando and all:

      I just installed the ASMedia USB 3.0/3.1 v1.16.48.1 WHQL drivers on the machine in my sig and no problems so far.

      Cheers

    • JohnM has written a new post "USB 3.0/3.1 Drivers (original and modded)" 09.16.2016

      Device Manager says DEV_1042.

      Edit: It seems that v.1.16.38.1 is only for Win10 (see: http://www.station-drivers.com/index.php...4&lang=en#13455).

    • JohnM has written a new post "USB 3.0/3.1 Drivers (original and modded)" 09.16.2016

      Tried to install the new asmedia USB drivers (v1.16.38.1 WHQL...sourced both from station-drivers and win-raid) using DPinst64 but it failed. I then tried a manual install via the dev manager but it refused to install saying "The software was tested for compliance with Windows Logo requirements on a different version of Windows and may not be compatible with this version". It also tells me that it is not WHQL.

      I am on Win8.1 x64 and I have the v1.16.35.1 drivers presently installed. Interesting...

    • JohnM has written a new post "LEGACY/UEFI Boot BIOS settings" 05.14.2015

      Zitat von kevindd992002
      Mine is the non-PRO version, sorry, but I'm sure you can request one from ASUS.



      Ok thanks

    • JohnM has written a new post "LEGACY/UEFI Boot BIOS settings" 05.13.2015

      Hi kevindd992002,

      I had the exact same problem as you described in your first post and I'm curious if we have the same mobo. If they are the same I'm thinking of trying out the BIOS you posted.
      Is your board an ASUS P8Z68-V Pro/Gen3?

    • JohnM has written a new post "Random pauses after BIOS update" 01.13.2015

      Hi Fernando,

      I installed that ROM on a whim to see if it would work, and since it did I left it there. Also, your OROM page says that it was designed for dev DEV_2822/282a RAID controllers, which matches the hardware id in device manager.

      Yes, I agree that there is some sort of incompatibility going on between the new BIOS and one of the updated OROMs. It seems that the RST OROM is the likely culprit and I plan to try the 12.9.0.2006 OROM, but I just thought that I would see if anyone else was experiencing the same as me before I started fiddling about.

    • JohnM has created the topic "Random pauses after BIOS update". 01.13.2015

    • Zitat
      Yes, in RAID mode all Intel chipsets from ICH8R up (except X79) are supported by these drivers.


      Thanks for that. I was a bit worried for a second there.

      By the way: I'm still on the 12.7 OROM (with universal trim mod). There is no 13.0.x OROM, so with this driver I'm thinking I will move up to the 13.1.0.2030 (with universal trim mod) OROM to keep them in sync. Good idea?

    • Hi Fernando,

      Zitat
      Only Intel AHCI systems from 7-Series up (Desktop mainboards) are supported by these drivers.



      Do you mean in AHCI mode in particular? It seems to have installed ok on my Z68 (I'm in RAID mode).

    • Hi Fernando,

      Zitat

      How did you manage it to get the "Universally TRIM modified" Intel RAID ROM v12.7.0.1936 into the BIOS by using the UBU tool?
      I suspect, that you simply replaced the file named SataOrom.bin, which is within the OROM\IRST\12_7 UBU folder, by the modded OROM file. Is that correct?


      Yes that is exactly what I did.

      Zitat

      Which Intel RAID driver are you running?


      12.9.0.1001 WHQL.

      Zitat

      Did you already run the TrimCheck tool? If yes, did you get the confirmation, that TRIM is active within your RAID0 array?


      Yes trimcheck-0.5 says that trim is functioning.

      It's all good and was really easy to do. Thanks for a great site.
      Cheers

    • Hi All,

      Today I used UBU to update some OROMs in the BIOS of my ASUS P8Z68-V Pro/Gen3: Intel RAID OROM 12.7 (using universal trim mod), Intel LAN OROM and jMicron OROM. After the flash everything is working well.
      Thanks for the tool and user-guide.

      Cheers

    • JohnM has written a new post "jMicron esata driver won't install" 01.08.2014

      Zitat
      Does this mean, that you have solved your problem now?


      Yes the problem is solved.

      After resetting the service to Auto and rebooting I was able to install the jMicron eSATA drivers (and hotplug works!), the WD SES USB drivers (which WU has been offering me) and the latest nVidia drivers. None of these would install before.

      It would have saved a lot of time if there had been a useful error message, but then it probably wouldn't be windows and we'd all get bored!

      Anyway cheers!

    • JohnM has written a new post "jMicron esata driver won't install" 01.08.2014

      Hi all,

      Just dropped in to say that I have found the problem. The System Events Broker service had been disabled.

      Cheers
      John

    • JohnM has written a new post "jMicron esata driver won't install" 12.30.2013

      Zitat von Fernando
      Maybe the HDD doesn't get enough power.

      It's a WD "My Book" powered by its own external power cable. It works fine when plugged in via USB but it's only USB 2.0 that is slooow when doing backups.

      EDIT by Fernando: Wrong quotes corrected

    • JohnM has written a new post "jMicron esata driver won't install" 12.30.2013

      I'm sorry but I don't see how HotSwap! can work in this case because windows does not know that the HDD is there. It is not recognised when it is plugged in: it does not appear in device manager or in "This PC".

      Incidentally, I use hot swapping software called "USB Safely Remove" which works really well.

    • JohnM has written a new post "jMicron esata driver won't install" 12.30.2013

      Zitat

      Why do you want to use a JMicron driver, when the MS SATA driver works fine?


      The MS SATA driver doesn't appear to hot plug. I plug the eSATA HDD in and nothing happens...

      EDIT by Fernando: Quoting corrected.

    • JohnM has written a new post "jMicron esata driver won't install" 12.30.2013

      Hi Fernando,

      It looks like I'm snookered until jMicron release a new driver.

      Anyways, thanks very much for your help.
      Cheers

    • JohnM has written a new post "jMicron esata driver won't install" 12.30.2013

      Here are the hardware IDs:
      PCI\VEN_197B&DEV_2362&SUBSYS_84601043&REV_10
      PCI\VEN_197B&DEV_2362&SUBSYS_84601043
      PCI\VEN_197B&DEV_2362&CC_010185
      PCI\VEN_197B&DEV_2362&CC_0101

      It seems that this device is the jMicron controller. I tried to manually update the driver but it failed with the message "The data is invalid". Same message as I get for the WD SES driver. Curious...

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