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#931 RE: Intel AHCI ROM modules by boombastik 01.07.2016 00:54

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Thnks for the try.
So only a gigabyte technitian can modded it?

#932 RE: Intel AHCI ROM modules by Fernando 01.07.2016 01:11

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Zitat von boombastik im Beitrag #936
So only a gigabyte technitian can modded it?
No, but you need help from someone, who has an advanced knowledge about the special procedure, which is required to update an Option ROM, which is located above a sensitive module of an Award BIOS.
Please look into >this< thread. There you can find a lot of informations and the nicknames of some experts. Maybe you will get support, if you send SummoneR, Modfreakz or someone else a PM.
Good luck!

#933 RE: Intel AHCI ROM modules by plutomaniac 07.07.2016 13:45

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The 2.00h AHCI module comes from Intel Server boards, specifically I found today a 2.00h with different contents at Intel S1200SP Server board which is SKL C236. The only mention at the BIOS log is "AHCIOR.BIN - sata AHCI Oprom". I do have a 2.00b from 2011 and another 2.00h (same you have here) so such AHCI 2.xx modules have probably been used in server platforms for some years now. They are probably not related/compatible with the old AHCI 1.xx consumer releases but if someone can test all of them maybe we'll find out. I think 2.00b is a better candidate as it does have a 2822 DEV_ID even though I don't know where I got it from anymore.

#934 RE: Intel AHCI ROM modules by Fernando 07.07.2016 14:20

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@plutomaniac:
Thanks for the download link (the included files are obviously the same as those, which you had already attached >here<) and for giving us a detailed information about their source.

@boombastik:
@plutomaniac:
Since the most recent discussion has nothing to to with the topic "ASMedia AHCI Option ROMs/Firmware", I have customized the title of your posts.

#935 RE: AHCI & RAID ROM Modules by Zix 09.07.2016 20:43

Zitat von lordkag im Beitrag #821
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I think I also figured how to add latest MISC module to AWARD, which can't load compressed modules from holes, but I would need volunteers with a RAID system.


Thank you, can you please advise on how to do it?

As you state , from what I could gather here,
the newer compressed modules cannot be used as is - true ?

ie for bios that load compressed modules from holes
Looking into the compressed misc file in AMD_MISC-BIN_DEV-4393_v3.3.1540.19_non-UEFI.rar,
I assume even uncompressing it and using it will not work?

#936 RE: AHCI & RAID ROM Modules by SoniX 21.07.2016 00:11

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I do not remember, it was a version OROM IRST v11.0.0.1339 or not.

#937 RE: AHCI & RAID ROM Modules by Fernando 21.07.2016 00:36

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Zitat von SoniX im Beitrag #941
I do not remember, it was a version OROM IRST v11.0.0.1339 or not.
Yes, your attached package contains the original Intel RAID ROM v11.0.0.1339, but the archive is not proper. WinRAR and 7-Zip gave me an error message.

#938 RE: AHCI & RAID ROM Modules by SoniX 21.07.2016 02:56

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@ Fernando
I downloaded and checked, the archive is unpacked without problems.

By the way, long ago I noticed that if downloading attached files from the forum, the file may be damaged. When re-downloading the files are no longer corrupted.

#939 RE: AHCI & RAID ROM Modules by Fernando 21.07.2016 10:05

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@SoniX:
You are right. I just have re-downloaded your attached package and didn't get any error message while using the same WinRAR and 7-Zip versions (the latest available ones).

Zitat von SoniX im Beitrag #943
By the way, long ago I noticed that if downloading attached files from the forum, the file may be damaged. When re-downloading the files are no longer corrupted.
The only possible explanation for such behaviour is, that the error occurs, when the attachment has been downloaded too early (directly after the upload). The attachment may need a certain time to get properly stored at the hoster's server.

#940 RE: AHCI & RAID ROM Modules by plutomaniac 21.07.2016 23:34

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I generally have various such old OROMs and branches which are not found at the OP but I haven't posted them because I assume they are not interesting? If that's not the case, let me know and I can upload them.

The corrupted download issue is not time-related, just luck. I agree with SoniX that it's often. The downloaded files are sometimes corrupted and need to be redownloaded. It's probably some problem with the hoster which has been a thing for as long as I've been a member here.

#941 RE: AHCI & RAID ROM Modules by Fernando 22.07.2016 00:39

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Zitat von plutomaniac im Beitrag #945
I generally have various such old OROMs and branches which are not found at the OP but I haven't posted them because I assume they are not interesting?
Thank you for the offer, but I don't need them. Furthermore I have a big pool of AHCI/RAID ROM modules stored myself. So if there would be a demand for any of them, I am able to upload it.
It was never my intention to offer all available AHCI and RAID ROM modules within the start post of this thread (it's the same with the AHCI/RAID drivers). Contrary to domains like Station-Drivers I select and try to offer only modules (resp. drivers), which are recommended to use for certain systems.

#942 RE: AHCI & RAID ROM Modules by Fernando 29.07.2016 21:00

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@ all:
Update of the Start post
Changelog:

  • new: Intel RST(e) RAID ROM v15.0.0.2371 for DEV_2822 SATA RAID Controllers
    The Intel RAID ROM line v15 has been designed by Intel for the latest Intel Chipsets from 100-Series up. Thanks to plutomaniac for the source file.

Regards
Dieter (alias Fernando)

#943 RE: AHCI & RAID ROM Modules by bobypf 30.07.2016 14:09

Zitat von Fernando im Beitrag #942
new: Intel RST(e) RAID ROM v15.0.0.2371 for DEV_2822 SATA RAID Controllers
The Intel RAID ROM line v15 has been designed by Intel for the latest Intel Chipsets from 100-Series up.
Do you think that I can use it on my ASRock Z97 Extreme6?

#944 RE: AHCI & RAID ROM Modules by Fernando 30.07.2016 14:17

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Zitat von bobypf im Beitrag #943
Do you think that I can use it on my ASRock Z97 Extreme6?
I am pretty sure, that you can use the latest Intel RST drivers and RAID ROM/EFI BIOS modules v15.0, but I am not sure, whether they will give you better results than the v14.8 ones, which natively do fully support your Z97 system.

#945 RE: AHCI & RAID ROM Modules by engineer 01.08.2016 05:05

Zitat von Fernando im Beitrag #942
Update of the Start post
Changelog:
  • new: Intel RST(e) RAID ROM v15.0.0.2371 for DEV_2822 SATA RAID Controllers
    The Intel RAID ROM line v15 has been designed by Intel for the latest Intel Chipsets from 100-Series up.

I'd like to suggest that a changelog can be added to the first post.

Anyway, big thanks to fernando for maintaining this very useful site.

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