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Thread: Z87E-ITX: UEFI bugs & mSATA Slot Not Working




  1. #21
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    Default Re: Z87E-ITX: UEFI bugs & mSATA Slot Not Working

    Dear troyb,

    Because SATA3_4 is shared with mSATA slot, you only can use one of them at the same time.
    Please refer to user manual page 5.
    User manual link: ftp://66.226.78.21/manual/Z87E-ITX.pdf

    For the Mini-PCIe slot at the right side, it's no limitaion with SATA3_4.
    You can use SATA3_4 and Mini-PCIe slot at the same time.

    Thanks!

    Have a nice day
    ASRock TSD
    Emily

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    Default Re: Z87E-ITX: UEFI bugs & mSATA Slot Not Working

    Dear Synomenon,

    For eSATA issue, I retry the test with Probox eSATA box but I still cannot duplicate the symptom.
    The HDD in eSATA box can be detected in system browser and system browser show the eSATA port is occupied.

    Because SATA3_5 is shared with eSATA port, please remove the HDD from SATA3_5 and then try again.
    If you have another eSATA device, please kindly help to try another eSATA device to verify if it's related to the specific device.

    Thank you very much!

    Have a nice day
    ASRock TSD
    Emily

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    Default Re: Z87E-ITX: UEFI bugs & mSATA Slot Not Working

    ASRock support (or anyone that might be able to help) --

    I've put together the following system and for the life of me cannot get Intel Smart Response to enable:

    4770K
    Z87E-ITX (BIOS 1.90)
    Windows 8 x64
    Rapid Storage driver/software version 12.6.x
    SATA set to RAID mode in the BIOS (I see the Intel Option ROM come up at boot)
    2 TB SATA drive
    64 GB mSATA SSD


    The two drives are visible in Windows and in the BIOS. The acceleration tab, normally present when the system is capable of Smart Response, doesn't even show up in the Rapid Storage Technology application.


    Any ideas? This is extremely frustrating since I've set this up on many many boards in the past and never had a single issue on a supported system.


    TIA!




    EDIT: Well if anyone also stumbles upon this idiotic issue, you might want to try shrinking the system partition by a megabyte (we trimmed the last megabyte of the disk). For some reason this allowed both the "create" and "acceleration" tabs to show up in the Rapid Storage Technology app.
    Last edited by thewacokid; 07-19-2013 at 10:00 PM.

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