#1 [OFFER] ASUS P8P67 (Non pro) BIOS to support booting from NVME by zazzn 29.07.2016 08:10

Here's a modified Rom, that I have confirmed working on the P8P67 (non pro just regular)
Since there was not enough space in the BIOS to install the module I removed the TPM drivers as I would not be using that (nor will most gamers) unless you are using bitlocker to encrypt the machine.

Limitations

-4th Ram slot B2 does will cause the system not to POST if the memory is installed in that slot. This is just a compatibility problem, but ASUS will not update their BIOS to resolve this.

Original BIOS version 3602

#2 RE: [OFFER] P8P67 (Non pro) BIOS to support booting from NVME by shep 04.10.2016 11:48

JUST NOTICED mines the pro version ... just got one of these drives ..and can only boot once windows has loaded ..

also i noticed , since moving on to windows 10 .. the speed of my usb 3.0 external drive has dropped .. from around 130 to 98 ##Thanks Bill

#3 RE: [OFFER] P8P67 (Non pro) BIOS to support booting from NVME by stuckatmarine 05.03.2017 23:37

@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.

-stuck

#4 RE: [OFFER] P8P67 (Non pro) BIOS to support booting from NVME by davidm71 07.03.2017 02:36

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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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