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davidm71
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    • @100PIER

      Thanks for suggesting HWInfo64 to diagnose link speed issues. What I was able to do ultimately was understand that on my nf200 nforce X58 board that the primary PCI-E slot was not being controlled by the nf200 switch thanks to HWinfo. This enabled me to take a risk and move the gpu to another secondary pci-e slot of which I was able to initialize the display. Second move my Plextor M8Pey card onto that primary slot and lo and behold 1600mb/sec read speeds on X58 which I thought was impossible because I thought every slot was under the control of the nf200 switch. Guess all but the primary slot is under its control. Not sure of the impact to gpu performance while gaming. Need to test more.

      Thanks.

    • davidm71 has written a new post "Intel Management Engine: Drivers, Firmware & System Tools" 03.10.2017

      Maybe you could get your hands on a beta bios release if you ask the right people?

      As for me I am trying to update my Dell Xps 13 laptop from 10.0.30.1072 LP to 10.0.50.1004 LP and get this error



      Firmware update cannot be initiated because the OEM ID provided is incorrect



      after FWupdate -f 10.0.50.bin


      EDIT: Googled for correct answer: added -oemid.. Worked. Thanks.


      Thanks

    • Zitat von jimbob_sf im Beitrag #63
      How would one completely wipe the disk of every trace of Clover? I know it's an odd question in a thread dedicated to getting it there, but my Dell 5510 laptop is having issues and I need to try a totally clean Win 10 install.

      Will booting to a Win 10 USB installer, deleting all partitions on the drive (Evo 960), and starting fresh remove the Clover bootloader?


      You would have to wipe the disk. Use diskpart - select disk - clean or clean all. If not work there are disk wiping utilities out there. Point is the Boot sector or mbr needs to be wiped. You would want to back up your main windows partition prior even clover was installed because after you would have to recreate to the hidden system partition using the windows emergency disk. Anyhow heres a link:

      https://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/52...rt-command.html

      Anyhow it would be simpler just to delete the efi partition and have windows emergency disk recreate it. Also if you have Clover files on just the Windows System partition to just mount the system partition and delete the clover stuff. Thats the easy way assuming you copied the clover boot files to the window system partition.

    • I would first try to squeeze it in there without taking out anything and make sure he gives you the Evo version! Has to be the right bios or your going to have trouble. I'll look into it more later.

    • @stuckatmarine

      I looked at your bios last night. Not much room to squeeze any nvme driver in there. Something will have to be compressed or cut out as you only have 21 kb free. Promise to look into it later tonight. Maybe one of the earlier smaller sized nvme driver could fit in there.

    • davidm71 has written a new post "[OFFER] P8P67 (Non pro) BIOS to support booting from NVME" 03.07.2017

      Zitat von stuckatmarine im Beitrag #3
      @zazzn When you say non pro does that include evo? I have a p8p67 evo and try to install this as you would a normal bios update and its will not it says not efi?
      Am I not compatible or doing it incorrectly. I have a samsung 960 evo m.2 I am trying to boot from via pcie.
      No your going to have to make your own or have someone make a custom modded bios with the nvmexpressdxe module placed inside your bios file. I think that would be best for you instead of using the Clover boot loader or Duet. When I first figured out how to add the nvme module into my bios I was using a similar motherboard as yours but you never want to flash another version of bios from another board. They have to be exact. Anyhow thats what needs to be done.

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