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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Hi,

    is there a change to get a mod bios with current and newest OROMs for GA-Z77-D3H?
    I got new final bios (F23) here: http://forums.tweaktown.com/gigabyte...beta-bios.html
    Download from this site: Z77D3H.23

    Thank you...
    Last edited by Waly; 08-20-2014 at 10:40 PM.

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    I hate to open an old topic but I have an issue as well.

    I finally am using a USB 3.0 device (new phone) before I updated to FF3 I had no problem with it detecting my note 3 usb 3.0 phone. However for the last 6 months after updating I can use the USB 3.0 port as USB 2.0 (I think its 2.0 speeds) but nothing is detected as 3.0.

    I really could use some advice I have tried revo uninstalling all my 3.0 drivers but have had no luck with using my motherboard with USB 3.0

    Does anyone have any ideas, or can direct me maybe to the right drivers to use in case I am using the wrong ones?? I really would appreciate the help:

    System:
    X5660 Xeon @ 4.56ghz
    12 GB ram 6 x 2GB
    SLI GPU
    Raid 0 in intel ports for Pro 840
    all other ports used on 3TB WD Red drives

    Would love any input, I have a Dell monitor with a USB Hub but even that wont detect USB 3.0.

    Please help me if you have any input


    EDIT:So far I have uninstalled the Renesas usb 3.0 driver and reinstalled I also have installed / de installed the NEC driver. What should I be using? With this, the USB 3.0 devices (Note 3 phone) will respond, but will not enable into usb 3.0. My dell 30" usb 3.0 hub when connected will be detected, however I get the message " connect to a usb 3.0 device for a faster connection"
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Hi, Could someone mod a Z77X-UP5 TH F12 BIOS and add Intel UEFI RAID "SataDriver" module to it?
    Thanks :-).

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    These modded BIOS are great... but I have a question.

    I have a Gigabyte z77x-ud5h

    At least one of the modded bios (f16 mod 11 I believe) completely removed my ability to boot from USB devices, so I had to revert back to the official f15q BIOS.

    Is there a way to know ahead of time which modded bios have USB booting disabled/enabled?

    Thanks!

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Quote Originally Posted by Ultimist View Post
    These modded BIOS are great... but I have a question.

    I have a Gigabyte z77x-ud5h

    At least one of the modded bios (f16 mod 11 I believe) completely removed my ability to boot from USB devices, so I had to revert back to the official f15q BIOS.

    Is there a way to know ahead of time which modded bios have USB booting disabled/enabled?

    Thanks!
    There have been some problems with USB support for Z77 boards and GA-Z77X-UD5H boards are no exception. Some users say f16 is more reliable than most of the f15 versions and I agree.

    There actually still are some issues and it’s hard to pinpoint what makes USB connections fail at BOOT time.

    You can try 2 things which solves this issue for most people:
    1) Don’t connect through a USB hub!
    2) Connect your device to one of the USB2 connectors on the back panel of the board.

    If the problem persists, you can try to clear CMOS by disconnecting the battery and push the Clear button. Wait a minute or 2, then insert the battery and start the system. Enter BIOS setup and “Load optimized settings”, save and restart. Now you can test your USB device.

    I am aware of the fact that this is not a direct answer to your question (Is there a way to know ahead …) but as far as I know, you can’t predict witch modified BIOS will work. I am sure that they are not deliberately disabling any (usable) functionality found in the original versions.

    I have no problems with any f16 modded BIOS as long as I stick to rule 1 and 2. But we have different environment and gear connected so my findings may not apply to what you experience.

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Making my custom BIOS available for people with Z77 Sniper M3 Mobo's.

    Gigabyte Sniper M3 based off of f10f BIOS

    Updated:

    OROM IRST SATA 13.2.0.2134
    EFI IRST SATA 13.2.0.2134

    OROM VBIOS 2170
    EFI GOP Driver Ivy 3.0.1027

    OROM Intel LAN PXE 1.5.56
    EFI Intel UNDI 6.3.27

    Sandy Microcode 29
    Ivy Microcode 1B

    Bios download:
    http://www.filedropper.com/m3mod5raid132-3

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    @Priskvark: another possible factor is the Gigabyte z77x-ud5h board revision: 1.0 vs 1.1, which is printed near the first PCIe slot.
    The difference between the 2 versions is: updated VIA USB 3.0 controller chip + updated Marvell SATA controller chip.
    Last edited by vailr; 08-13-2014 at 04:01 AM.

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    wow has gigabyte completely forgotten about the Z97soc force boards.
    hasnt been a new bios in a wile. could just be our boards are bug free now lol

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Probably everyone is working on X99.
    Meanwhile my UD5H is only board I've never been able to get to sleep consistently.
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Quote Originally Posted by ViRuS2k View Post
    wow has gigabyte completely forgotten about the Z97soc force boards.
    hasnt been a new bios in a wile. could just be our boards are bug free now lol
    Anything wrong with F7d...?

    Edit:
    My Backup BIOS is F3b from LN board.....works well.....
    Last edited by stasio; 08-13-2014 at 02:24 AM.
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