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Jan 01, · Boot from Samsung PRO NVMe on ASUS P9X79 PRO Board. Jump to Latest Follow And was able to update the modded BIOS on the board, but I still don’t see an option to boot from the My is installed using a M.2 to PCIe board and works if I boot Windows from a SATA SSD (eg., I see the as a hard drive in Windows). The BIOS file in the motherboard support DVD may be older than the BIOS file published on the ASUS official website. If you want to use the newer BIOS file, download the file at and save it to a USB flash drive. Page Asus Bios Updater ASUS BIOS Updater The ASUS BIOS Updater allows you to update BIOS in DOS environment. Sep 08, · to download the files: ?SLanguage=en&m=P9X79+PROrenaming help:
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I’ve attached my current modified BIOS. Currently, i’ve installed on my PCI 3. What are your Bios Settings? Ssd is displayed in the Bios but Win 10 dont want to create a Partition.
Bios is the same as yours. Regards Dieter alias Fernando. I told myself that if I ever got the NVMe drive to work with my Asus P9X79 Deluxe mobo that I would register here to share my experience because it took a lot of tries to get this to work. Thanks first of all to Fernando for figuring out how to make this work and for sharing his knowledge on this forum.
Without his help, there’s no way I would’ve been able to enable NVMe on my motherboard. There’re absolutely no circuits of any kind on the board so what brand you buy doesn’t matter.
Double-click on any of the matches in the lower “Messages” window then in the main “Structure” window you want to scroll down till you see the last DXE driver. Click on that last DXE driver row doesn’t matter which driver that happens to be and right-click to select “insert after”.
This is where you insert ONE of the above. The USB port flash is at the hardware level and no hash checking is done. CAP or flashing will not work. DO NOT unplug your usb stick while the blue light is flashing or you’ll brick your mobo. I can tell you that most downloadable bioses out there including the that you can download did NOT work for me and failed to flash constant blue light after flashing.
So basically you only need to tweak the “boot” section of BIOS. I downloaded the dos level NVMe drivers from OCZ’s web site so when you come up to the install screen where you select the installation partition, install those NVMe drivers. Now you can see the NVMe drive. Windows from here should install with no problems. I actually physically unplugged them. Because after windows installs and reboots, you won’t see the newly installed drive and partitions.
I disabled all other options here. Then go to the “Boot Option Priorities” section. Make sure that that’s option 1. Turn on the other harddrives one by one as needed. That’s it and good luck.
EDIT: I’m attaching the final result of my efforts. Where is the broken link? Please give me the link to the related thread and post. Link works now. Another thing worth mentioning is that if you want to do a raw partition backup after you do a clean Win7 install and get everything working, you can read the NVMe partition using Akronis.
Thanks for offering. Did you notice that the intel nic card stop working with a cold restart? It only happens with a code restart shutdown, and start.
It’s more like a bug in the newest bios. Is it possible to mod the bios base on a previous version? After installing my apps and updating everything, there came a time when I noticed a slow boot from computer off status and loss of the internet connection at start up. I rarely do a shut down, but usually use the sleep mode, which coming out of is fast with no problem. Anyway, in short, the Intel Management Engine Interface is the problem.
It shows the cannot start, and it won’t start, with the power issue. Is there a way to fix this? I deleted it and the only effect is booting from an off status, which takes up well over a minute to do and the LAN driver has to be dis and re-enabled to work.
However, when putting the machine in sleep, coming out of sleep is no problem. Just wondering if you encounter this issue, if it can be fixed or should I just ignore it.
Any advice is appreciated. ClarenceE – did you test these two things? Then, update to latest ME drivers, and see if issue persists? If you did not do both of those things, I would do that now, before any further troubleshooting. Signup now! Topic settings Print view. Posts: 12 Registered since: Posts: 19 Registered since: Posts: 54 Registered since: Posts: 1 Registered since: Posts: Registered since: Posts: 3 Registered since: Hi, Sorry for my late reply.
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