#1 MSI X99S Gaming 9 ACK...Modified BIOS but it did not show new ROM by scorpion 21.07.2016 04:17

Here are my specs:

Operating System: Windows 10 64-bit
Motherboard: MSI X99S Gaming 9 ACK
Processor: I7-5960x 8-core@4.5ghz Liquid Cooled (NZXT Kraken X61)
Memory: HyperX Predator 32GB DDR4 3000 RAM CL15 (XMP)
Graphics: (2) EVGA GTX 980 (Super Clocked) ACX 2.0 (SLI) (Custom Bios: Memory 1900mhz/Boost:1481)
Storage: (3) Western Digital 1 TB WD RE SATA III 7200 RPM 64 MB Cache (Raid 5-3TB)
Power supply: EVGA SuperNOVA 1000 T2 80+ TITANIUM, 1000W ECO Mode Fully Modular
Display: Acer G276HL 27" Full HD
Computer Tower: Corsair Graphite Series 760T Full Tower Windowed Case - Black

- MSI Bios version 2.80
- Raid option Rom is 13.1.0.2126

I used the UBU_v1_55_3 tool:
- Bios scanned: Found EFI Intel Raid Controller GUID 91B4D9C1-141C-4824-8D02-3C298E36EB3F
-Intel RST(e) OROM and EFI SataDriver
OROM IRST RAID for SATA - 13.1.0.2126
OROM IRST RAID for SATA - 13.1.0.2126
EFI IRST RAID for SATA - 13.1.0.2126

- Intel RST OROM and EFI SataDriver and selected- Update to v14.8.2.2397
- * Generate FFS Intel RAID Driver GUID 91B4D9C1-141C-4824-8D02-3C298E36EB3F ...Ok!
* Update EFI Intel RAID Driver GUID 91B4D9C1-141C-4824-8D02-3C298E36EB3F ...Ok!

OROM IRST RAID for SATA - 13.1.0.2126
OROM IRST RAID for SATA - 13.1.0.2126
EFI IRST RAID for SATA - 14.8.2.2397

- Saved the Mod Bios and flashed the motherboard.....
- Rebooted and the Raid option Rom is still 13.1.0.2126
- Installed Intel RSTe Drivers & Software Set v14.8.9.1053
- Checked the Report and verified the Raid option Rom is still 13.1.0.2126

Any suggestions?

Thanks

#2 RE: MSI X99S Gaming 9 ACK...Modified BIOS but it did not show new ROM by Fernando 21.07.2016 09:55

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Zitat von scorpion im Beitrag #1
- Saved the Mod Bios and flashed the motherboard.....
- Rebooted and the Raid option Rom is still 13.1.0.2126
- Installed Intel RSTe Drivers & Software Set v14.8.9.1053
- Checked the Report and verified the Raid option Rom is still 13.1.0.2126
That is absolutely correct, because the UBU tool updated the Intel EFI "RaidDriver" of your mainboard BIOS, but didn't/couldn't update the Intel RAID ROM due to a bug of the AMI Aptio V MMTool.

Zitat
Any suggestions?

You should
a) enter the BIOS and choose the required UEFI boot settings (then you will get access to the internal BIOS tool named "Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology", which is using the updated Intel "RaidDriver" v14.8.9.1053) and
b) install the OS in UEFI mode (if not already done).
That's all!

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