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    Quote Originally Posted by stasio View Post
    Yea,seems to be driver,as posted above.
    Thank you, downgrading now :) I don't even know why I have updated the drivers... I haven't even read the change log... I just got into the routine of doing it...

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Quote Originally Posted by NoJuan999 View Post
    Hi,
    I tried modded bios on EP35C-DS3R and it does not work.
    Long beep at boot then it is continuously resetting. Clear CMOS or removing battery do not do anything.
    I was forced to recover for backup bios.
    I cannot say what goes wrong but I will not try on the other bios because it has no dual bios.

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    ^JMicron ROM 1.07.28 make failure, JMicron ROM 1.07.25 is OK.
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Quote Originally Posted by skypy View Post
    Gigabyte_GA-EP45-UD3R_(Rev.1.0)_F12_IR11.6.1702_JM28_RT251.rar

    Oroms Updated:

    Intel RAID Updated to: 11.6.0.1702
    JMicrom RAID Updated to: 1.07.28
    RealTek PXE Updated to: 2.51


    I bet you didn't expect it this fast :)
    New request: can someone please update Gigabyte_GA-EP45-UD3R_(Rev.1.0)_F12 bios firmwares to:

    Intel RAID to: 12.5.0.1815
    JMicron ROM: 1.07.25 || Note: "JMicron ROM 1.07.28 make failure, JMicron ROM 1.07.25 is OK." - stasio
    RealTek PXE: 2.53 (or whatever version is latest)
    Thanks in advance.
    Last edited by vailr; 04-03-2013 at 02:03 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dadou View Post
    Hi,
    I tried modded bios on EP35C-DS3R and it does not work.
    Long beep at boot then it is continuously resetting. Clear CMOS or removing battery do not do anything.
    I was forced to recover for backup bios.
    I cannot say what goes wrong but I will not try on the other bios because it has no dual bios.
    Oroms Updated to:
    Intel Raid 11.2.0.1527
    JMicron 1.07.25
    Realtek PXE 2.53

    Flash from DOS with Included Flash Utility.

    Gigabyte_GA-EP35C-DS3R_(Rev2.1)_F5b_IR11.2_MV25_RT253.rar
    and
    Gigabyte_GA-P35C-DS3R_(Rev1.1)_F13d_IR11.2_MV25_RT253..rar
    I am in NO way affiliated with Gigabyte.
    If you use a BIOS I Modified, you do so at your own Risk and Assume Full Responsibilty !

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Quote Originally Posted by vailr View Post
    New request: can someone please update Gigabyte_GA-EP45-UD3R_(Rev.1.0)_F12 bios firmwares to:

    Intel RAID to: 12.5.0.1815
    JMicron ROM: 1.07.25 || Note: "JMicron ROM 1.07.28 make failure, JMicron ROM 1.07.25 is OK." - stasio
    RealTek PXE: 2.53 (or whatever version is latest)
    Thanks in advance.
    Did you test that Mod ????
    Have you used the JM 1.07.28 Orom in RAID Mode ?
    JMicron Orom 1.07.28 works fine on Most MBs as far as I know.
    I don't mind doing a new Mod but I don't want to have to do it twice if possible.
    Feedback would be helpful.
    I am in NO way affiliated with Gigabyte.
    If you use a BIOS I Modified, you do so at your own Risk and Assume Full Responsibilty !

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Quote Originally Posted by zaq999 View Post
    12.5.0.1066 OROM and IRST 12.5.0.1066 drivers = no trim in raid0, result pics at Post #1482
    12.5.0.1066 OROM and IRST 12.0.0.1083 drivers = trim works with raid0, result pics at Post #1487
    ASUS / ASRock BIOS's with updated RAID OROM

    IRST 12.0.0.1083 drivers install

    Can you fix, there is no option ROM 1066, it's 12.5.0.1815, so wondering if you have the 12.5 or 12.0 option ROM ? TY.

    P.S. It's not 12.0.0.1083, it's 12.0.0.1082 iastorA, and F .sys. Driver.

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    @ NoJuan999: Sorry, I personally only use the JMicron SATA port occasionally as an eSATA port for a single external drive.
    So: either version of the JMicron firmware should be fine, as far as my interests go.
    As far as the Intel RST firmware: don't know whether the very latest 12.xx Intel firmware would even "fit", due to the EP45-UD3R's smaller bios storage capacity.
    So: any 12.xx firmware update for that board would just be something "nice to have", but not essential. I know that Gigabyte themselves will never be updating those several year-old bioses.

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Manufacturer: Gigabyte
    Model: GA-EP45-UD3R Rev 1.0
    Bios Type: Award
    Bios Revision: F12

    Oroms Updated to:
    Intel Raid 12.5.0.1815
    JMicron 1.07.25
    Realtek PXE 2.54

    Flash from DOS with Included Flash Utility.

    Gigabyte_GA-EP45_UD3R_(Rev_1.0)_F12_IR12.5_MV25_RT254.rar
    I am in NO way affiliated with Gigabyte.
    If you use a BIOS I Modified, you do so at your own Risk and Assume Full Responsibilty !

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    @ NoJuan999: Thanks: flashed your modded bios, and works fine initially, except that: while attempting subsequently to install either the v.12.0.xx or v. 12.5.xx RST driver, the error message "platform not supported" appears. And: RST driver v. 11.7.xx will install, but will BSOD upon system re-start.
    Maybe the P45 chipset is deliberately limited by Intel, as far as any upgrade path for the RST firmware?
    So: had to re-boot using F8 + "Last known good configuration".
    (Bios is set to AHCI mode, Windows 7 64-bit).
    Another data point: the initial boot screen shows an AHCI bios v. 1.20E. Is there perhaps an update available for the AHCI firmware?
    Anyway: it would seem that on the P45 chipset, the RST firmware and the AHCI firmware are kept as separate firmwares.
    The Z77 chipset seems to incorporate the AHCI firmware as part of the Intel RST firmware.
    I don't recall having seen a separate AHCI bios as being part of the Z77 bios firmware.
    Is that accurate?
    Last edited by vailr; 04-03-2013 at 01:48 PM.

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