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Thread: ASRock P67, VT-d feature needs a BIOS fix please




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    Default ASRock P67, VT-d feature needs a BIOS fix please

    I cannot get VT-d to work on ASRock P67 Pro, I have updated to latest bios, run ESXi4.1 with CPU i7-2600, both support VT-d.


    Sadly there is no VMdirectpath.


    CPU i7-2600 capable of VT-d Intel site:
    Intel® Core


    ASRock P67 Pro capable of VT-d manual (Page 45):
    http://download.asrock.com/manual/P67%20Pro.pdf


    It appears to be a chipset P67 needs a BIOS fix.

    Someone managed to get VT-d with P67 chipset (Intel DP67BG) working recently.

    http://software.intel.com/en<wbr>-us/forums/showthread.php?t=81049


    Appreciate a "beta" BIOS fix for the ASRock P67 please?

    Brian

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    Default Re: ASRock P67, VT-d feature needs a BIOS fix please

    Hello,

    The p67 / vt-d issue is out. intel write that the only issue is q67 to have vt-d.

    You must have 3 points : processor, bios , chipst (h67/p67 bad q67 ok) if you miss one it is down!...
    Sorry for thisn bad news, see on intel web...

    Vidjer

    Sorry for my bad english.

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    Default Re: ASRock P67, VT-d feature needs a BIOS fix please

    Quote Originally Posted by vidjer View Post
    Hello,

    The p67 / vt-d issue is out. intel write that the only issue is q67 to have vt-d.

    You must have 3 points : processor, bios , chipst (h67/p67 bad q67 ok) if you miss one it is down!...
    Sorry for thisn bad news, see on intel web...

    Vidjer

    Sorry for my bad english.


    Unofficially there appears to be a BIOS fix for Intel board DP67BG which is a P67 chipset, someone (Forums - Intel® Software Network) had tested it with success and screenshots, so if it works on DP67BG couldn't this be possible with others?

    Even if it does not pass 100% VT-d testing?

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