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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Quote Originally Posted by virtualfred View Post
    Just waiting for your request

    GA-Z87X-UD5H BIOS F8c mod

    Modified with :

    Intel RAID for SATA 12.7.0.1936
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    Thanks! I will test it out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by p4spooky View Post
    Try This: GA-X48-DQ6 F8i MOD

    Motherboard: Gigabyte X48-DQ6
    Bios: F8i
    Modified By: P4Spooky


    Updated Option ROMs


    1. Intel 12.7.0.1936
    2. Realtek 2.56
    3. JMicron 1.07.28
    4. Latest Microcode Updates


    NOTE: This bios has option roms before the sensitive modules. Structure has
    been changed to preserve the offsets by replacing the original option ROMs with
    dummy modules. You can update option roms above to future available versions by
    using cbrom tool without corrupting the bios


    Tested and working
    Many Thanks for the updated BIOS. The reason I asked for this, was due to some issues I've had with my system since upgrading to an SSD drive with Win7. Since the upgrade, I've had various random system crashes and the sleep function has become unusable (often crashes on resume). I'm not using RAID, or any overclocking and had no issues prior to the upgrade.

    My Windows system drivers were updated using a program called Drivermax (I'd tried searching for Intel drivers manually, but this was a real pain in the ass to understand which drivers suited my system), but this hasn't really helped.

    I was hoping that an updated BIOS file would contain the latest motherboard storage code, and hopefully resolve this issue. But from the updates I've read in the thread, maybe this isn't going to solve my issue, as I'm not using RAID?

    Any feedback would be appreciated?

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    Any chances to get an bios mod here for my Gigabyte Z87X-UD4H v1.0? I have some random issues with that board and Corsair F3 90 gb sata 3 ssd (OS partition drive) - drive dissapear from system once or two times per week,while i'm in a game or just do nothing in desktop. I connected the ssd to tha Marvell sata port 0 and things return to normal,but on Intel P0 still occured detection issues despite the fact that i already flashed the bios twice till now (F7 and now i'm on F8b).
    My ssd has SF 2281 controller and i read that SF controllers has incompatibility problems with some Z87 boards (it seems ASUS are the only brand that repaire the problem thru a major bios update for all their mobos).
    So,can my problem be adressed thru a modded bios? I have latest beta (Gigabyte tech support sent to me,but detection problem still remain) F9b.
    I gotta talk to someone here who can help me,or i don't know,i'm new to this forum...
    Thanks for advices!

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Quote Originally Posted by gtitoe View Post
    Many Thanks for the updated BIOS. The reason I asked for this, was due to some issues I've had with my system since upgrading to an SSD drive with Win7. Since the upgrade, I've had various random system crashes and the sleep function has become unusable (often crashes on resume). I'm not using RAID, or any overclocking and had no issues prior to the upgrade.

    My Windows system drivers were updated using a program called Drivermax (I'd tried searching for Intel drivers manually, but this was a real pain in the ass to understand which drivers suited my system), but this hasn't really helped.

    I was hoping that an updated BIOS file would contain the latest motherboard storage code, and hopefully resolve this issue. But from the updates I've read in the thread, maybe this isn't going to solve my issue, as I'm not using RAID?

    Any feedback would be appreciated?
    On intel systems, you have the option to run in RAID mode (set SATA mode to RAID in Bios) and your SSD will automatically pass through in AHCI mode. Some older SSDs have had issues with sleep mode especially OCZ ones. What SSD are you using? You can try the modified bios, setup in RAID mode, install the latest RST driver (see the pic attached as part of the download) and test if you are still having issues.

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    GA-Z87X-UD4H BIOS F8b mod2

    Modified with :

    Intel RAID for SATA 12.7.0.1936
    Intel EFI SataDriver 12.7.0.1936
    Marvell 88SE91xx Adapter 1.0.0.0027 to 1.0.1.0025
    Intel Boot Agent GE 1.5.04 to 1.5.43
    Intel GigabitLan X64 5.1.00 to 5.9.07
    Intel PCI Accelerated SVGA BIOS 2177 to 2179
    Intel GOPdriver 5.0.1033 to 5.0.1035
    Intel EFI VBIOS 1215 to 6767
    CPU Microcode Pack (with 06C317)
    ME firmware 9.0.3.1347 to 9.0.30.1482
    Modified splash logo 2
    It is really useful to complete and keep your PC Specs or Signature up to date in Settings /My Profile (motherboard, CPU, BIOS version modified or not ...) - Thank you all .
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    Virtualfred would you be able to work your magic on an asus rampage iv black edition?, im going to be moving away from gigabyte, the g1assassin3 as been scrapped because of the new chipset being release in q2 of next year. Unless gigabyte are pulling my leg, dought it though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by boe323 View Post
    Virtualfred would you be able to work your magic on an asus rampage iv black edition?, im going to be moving away from gigabyte, the g1assassin3 as been scrapped because of the new chipset being release in q2 of next year. Unless gigabyte are pulling my leg, dought it though.
    I never modified an Asus BIOS, but UBU can easily do that (without ME FW update).
    It is really useful to complete and keep your PC Specs or Signature up to date in Settings /My Profile (motherboard, CPU, BIOS version modified or not ...) - Thank you all .
    Main rig : Z77X-UD5H BIOS F16 mod11 - Core i7 3770K @4.5GHz 1.30V - Noctua NH-D14 - GSkill TridentX 2x8GB @1200MHz CAS10 - Club3D HD5750 noiseless @800/1300 - Silverstone FT02S - Seasonic X-series 650W
    2x Intel 510 128GB RAID0 - 2x Samsung F3 500GB RAID0 + Samsung F3 1TB - Dell U2713H - Logitech Illuminated & G500 - Focal XS Book - Windows 8 Pro 64bits UEFI
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Quote Originally Posted by virtualfred View Post
    I never modified an Asus BIOS, but UBU can easily do that (without ME FW update).
    Cool, so if I do purchase it, can I pm you for a mod?.
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Quote Originally Posted by p4spooky View Post
    On intel systems, you have the option to run in RAID mode (set SATA mode to RAID in Bios) and your SSD will automatically pass through in AHCI mode. Some older SSDs have had issues with sleep mode especially OCZ ones. What SSD are you using? You can try the modified bios, setup in RAID mode, install the latest RST driver (see the pic attached as part of the download) and test if you are still having issues.
    Hi, the new mod BIOS loaded fine and my system boots with no issues. Many thanks for your time and effort creating it. I'm using an OCZ Agility 3 SSD drive with latest firmware.

    My system will not boot if I set the BIOS to RAID mode - Windows 7 blue screens on start up. AHCI mode boots fine. I can't get the latest RST driver to work when I run the "SetupRST" it complains my system is not compatiable. I'm using an older version from 2010 - see screen shot for details.

    <a href="http://smg.photobucket.com/user/tommietoe/media/RST_zpsa0f45346.gif.html" target="_blank"><img src="http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v200/tommietoe/RST_zpsa0f45346.gif" border="0" alt="RST photo RST_zpsa0f45346.gif"/></a>

    It's too early to tell whether the new BIOS has solved my issues, but I can report back in a week.

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