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Thread: Problem after updating the BIOS - GA-X58A-UD5 (rev. 2.0)




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    Default Re: Problem after updating the BIOS - GA-X58A-UD5 (rev. 2.0)

    What port is your ssd on? Intel or marvell? Try setting hdd delay to 0 and turn off Marvell ports if not using
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    Default Re: Problem after updating the BIOS - GA-X58A-UD5 (rev. 2.0)

    I think it's the port 6 (that I can see in the BIOS Screen). How do I know if it's an intel or a marvell port and how turn off the marvell ports ?

    Thanks a lot for your answer Wazza300 !

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    Default Re: Problem after updating the BIOS - GA-X58A-UD5 (rev. 2.0)

    The white ports are Marvell,and blue ports are Intel,I think port 6 is Marvell,try with ssd on port 0 blue port,look through each page of BIOS for Marvell controller and turn off if unused,make sure you set Intel ports to ahci mode as it will improve performance

    Plug any dvd drives on port 4 or 5

    You will see better performance on Intel SATA 2 ports than Marvell sata3 ports,only sandybridge intel sata3 ports can fully use sata3 ssd speeds
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    Default Re: Problem after updating the BIOS - GA-X58A-UD5 (rev. 2.0)

    If you get that verifying problem, it means like me, you will need to go to bios and put your boot drive back to the top of list.

    I know it should auto move through the list till it finds a bootable drive, but with my bios also it wont now, but if you put to first boot drive in list, then all should be ok.

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    Default Re: Problem after updating the BIOS - GA-X58A-UD5 (rev. 2.0)

    Quote Originally Posted by dk2463 View Post
    this happens to anyone with an AHCI drive as boot. fix is to deal with the delay or revert back to an older BIOS like Fd3 that didn't have this issue.
    Quote Originally Posted by Kotontij View Post
    So, It's just normal !? Is there a way to dell this message ? What's the problem, my SSD ? How to shut down the compatibility issue in AHCI mode ? Is there no alternative BIOS to bypass this message ?
    A viable answer was already suggested. I'd go back to that bios revision if the following doesn't work... try setting the ports to RAID and just keep all the disks as non-member to an array. AHCI is enabled while in a RAID configuration. worth a shot. but there is a possibility that you'll have to re-install the OS. I've never bothered with AHCI, only IDE or RAID configurations so I don't now if just a port switch in the bios will work.

    I'm running a GA-X58-UD5 v1.0 board and I have never seen that message and I'm running the latest bios as well. that's why I suggest the RAID configuration.

    Vin

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