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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    here is modded bios for H97N-WIFI with patched Intel cpu microcode for broadwell processors (i5 5675c & i7 5775c) 0x13 that fix MCE on Office 2016 & Linux kernel.


    MOD_H97N-WIFI_F8

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    Hi there,

    I have a problem with an old GA-EP45-DS3R (P45/ICH10R) MB.
    OS: Win10/x64; 1 SSD for System and 2 HDD's in RAID1 for Data.
    Every time I use "Save Energy mode" (=Standby/Suspend to RAM - no hibernation), both HDD's spin down and after 2 or 3 seconds spin up again before the system shuts down.
    I think in long term this will not be good for the HDD's.
    The problem seems independent from all versions of RST driver I tested (with original BIOS F11e):
    - 13.2.0.1022 (comes with windows 10)
    - 11.7.0.1013
    - 11.7.4.1001
    As far as I know 11.7.4.1001 is the newst driver with full support for ICH10R. That's why I didn' test any newer version (the newer native windows driver 13.2.0.1022 didn't work, too)
    Then I tested all drivers with the following modded BIOS: GA-EP45-DS3R BIOS F11i mod Updated with.... IRST 11.5.0.1582 Realtek 2.50
    Modded BIOS works fine :-) - but nothing changed.
    Does anyone have an idea what I can do to get rid of this issue?
    Many thanks.

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Quote Originally Posted by mge View Post
    Hi there,

    I have a problem with an old GA-EP45-DS3R (P45/ICH10R) MB.
    OS: Win10/x64; 1 SSD for System and 2 HDD's in RAID1 for Data.
    Every time I use "Save Energy mode" (=Standby/Suspend to RAM - no hibernation), both HDD's spin down and after 2 or 3 seconds spin up again before the system shuts down.
    I think in long term this will not be good for the HDD's.
    The problem seems independent from all versions of RST driver I tested (with original BIOS F11e):
    - 13.2.0.1022 (comes with windows 10)
    - 11.7.0.1013
    - 11.7.4.1001
    As far as I know 11.7.4.1001 is the newst driver with full support for ICH10R. That's why I didn' test any newer version (the newer native windows driver 13.2.0.1022 didn't work, too)
    Then I tested all drivers with the following modded BIOS: GA-EP45-DS3R BIOS F11i mod Updated with.... IRST 11.5.0.1582 Realtek 2.50
    Modded BIOS works fine :-) - but nothing changed.
    Does anyone have an idea what I can do to get rid of this issue?
    Many thanks.
    Try it with just the Intel chipset driver, no RST or any other added utlities.

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    I have a Gigabyte Z170 and I have modded the BIOS using UBU and UEFITool from win-raid forums. To flash a Gigabyte Skylake with a modded BIOS you must use modded efiflash from Lordkag at win-raid forums through a DOS USB Stick. If anyone wants me to mod their Gigabyte Skylake BIOS, please post a request here.
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    @mge:
    The best Intel RAID driver for your Intel ICH10R Southbridge is the RST v11.2.0.1006, but it is not easy to get it working with Win10. You have to remove the in-box Intel RAID driver v13.2.0.1022 from the original Win10 image, to integrate the RST RAID driver v11.2.0.1006 WHQL and to do a fresh OS installation. You can find my related guide >here<.
    Quote Originally Posted by terrastrife View Post
    Try it with just the Intel chipset driver, no RST or any other added utlities.
    The Intel Chipset INF files (there are no "drivers") are not required at all and the problematic in-box Intel RST RAID driver v13.2.0.1022 is still present.

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Please tell me which is the last modified BIOS for GA-P45-DS3L main board! Now I use original beta F11C. Thank you!

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    Hi
    I have a problem drive is not operating. Can you help me. If it is modified bios I'd won.
    Gigabyte GA-Z77X-D3H (rev1.1) bios f18i
    i5 3570k
    KingSpec PCI-E 2.0 2U 240GB Support: RAID0; RAID1; RAID10. I checked with a colleague on the motherboard Asus rog maximus VII ranger and is detected

    unfastened: Optical Drives,HDD,SDD
    bios auto restart https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B5g...w?pref=2&pli=1
    bios setting:raid, storage boot option control-UEFI ONLY

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Last edited by VV44; 03-23-2016 at 12:55 PM.

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    Unhappy EP45-DS4 doesn't boot after flashing BIOS F9 MOD

    I've 2 PC's with EP45-DS4 mobo and BIOS F7. I downloaded latest non-beta BIOS from Gigabyte (F9) and flashed it. Everything was OK, except from poor USB performance. I then downloaded and flashed F9 MOD from post #6. After restart I got into a boot-loop. Clearing CMOS by removing battery and placing jumper didn't solve the problem.

    I then took my other computer and flashed F9, F10b (latest beta BIOS from Gigabyte) and F10e (latest beta BIOS from this site) succesfully. The poor USB performance stayed. Because I hoped the modded BIOS would solve it I flashed F9 MOD on this PC as well and got the same boot-loop as with the first PC

    How do I get out of the boot-loop so I'm able to flash a different BIOS?

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Hello my friends!
    Sorry for my English, I don't speak English. I'm using Google translator.
    My Motherboard GA-Z87X-UD3H. F10 BIOS downloaded from this site. F9 from the official website. My CPU i7 4770 (non K). In Turbo Boost mode operates at a frequency of 3700MHz when all cores are loaded. However, when you loaded the two cores, the frequency of 3900MHz.
    Help upgrade BIOS to 3900MHz frequency when loading all cores.
    From here the proposed modifications BIOS, F8m mod and F7 mod2, this opportunity has not.
    I will be very grateful to all forum members for the help.
    P.S. Hyper-threading enabled.

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