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Eventually, I've switched to Samsung 960 EVO 256GB, and verified that the PCI-E adapter is placed into the 1-st PCI-E slot in the motherboard (I think I've located the adapter in the 2-nd slot, that's why it didn't work..).
Also, I had to delete/remove several modules (as there were no space: file size exceeds the volume size while inserting NvmeExpressDxE_compr ), and I've used 3 modules: Nvme, NVMEINT13, NvmeSmm instead of
Can you please link me a guide on how to upgrade the 'CSMCORE' module? I'm a little bit afraid of taking this module from another UEFI BIOS and upgrading it without a proper guide.
EDIT by Fernando: Unneeded fully quoted post replaced by a direct address to its autor (to save space)
Zitat von Fernando im Beitrag #1255
Zitat von Eccentricity im Beitrag #1246To verify, that your modded BIOS has been successfully flashed into your mainboard's BIOS chip, it may be a good idea to additionally update the Intel RAID ROM module. After having flashed the modded BIOS you can check the version of the currently working Intel RAID Utility version by temporarily switching the Intel SATA Controller to "RAID" and to hit CTRL+I while booting. If it shows the updated version, you can be sure, that the modded BIOS (inclusive the added NVMe module) has been successfully flashed.
How can I tell if the BIOS I flashed has the modifications I made?
Thanks for the tip, will check this soon!
Can you please point what module/filename do I need to substitute for upgrading Intel RAID ROM module? Is it the 'CSMCORE' filename?
P.S I've an active RAID0 array, is there a chance that the array may get corrupted in case of some incompatibility issue?
Unfortunately, hasn't managed to get my SM951 boot to windows/linux on my Gigabyte z68xp-ud3 (rev 1.0).
I've followed the instructions exactly as was stated in this post, but without any luck. Also tried extracting the 3 nvme modules from various Z97 bios'es, but no luck each and every time - there is simply no 'boot manager' record after os installation.
Has anyone managed to get a nvme ssd booting up from on Gigabyte z68xp-ud3 (rev 1.0)?