[ARCHIVE] Outdated UBU Tool related Questions, Reports and Suggestions

@ mbk1969

FFS only LGA2011 CPUID 06E4

lga2011_06e4.rar (14.2 KB)



I can`t download the file. Tried in Opera and IE.

Yes the attachment system seems to be broken today. The same issue was happening at the Intel ME thread. Use external sources for now.



I can`t download the file. Tried in Opera and IE.



Like as earned download.

@Mangix



I pressume you are talking about the TRIM sub-section from IRST section.

TRIM section.png



The right command is the letter "S", not 5. Might be useful to be replaced with another letter, such as the letter "T" for TRIM.


I pressume you are talking about the TRIM sub-section from IRST section. <img src=‘http://files.homepagemodules.de/b602300/f16t154p9032n2_obTdyKsS-thumb.png’alt=’’ style=‘border:none; height:; width:;’ />
The right command is the letter “S”, not 5. Might be useful to be replaced with another letter, such as the letter “T” for TRIM.



In the next update to change the letter “S” to “T”. And that confusion.

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@Mangix
What is your motherboard?

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You need Microcode version 07?

oh. it’s an S… guess i couldn’t differentiate since my monitor(well TV) is quite far from where I sit.

My board is an msi p67a-c43.


I’m also interested in this for a Z77 system in AHCI mode. Mainly for use with the latest compatible 13.1.0.1058 drivers from Intel (same branch). SoniX, would you like to also add this version for 7-series systems?

By the way, the correct version number is 13.1.0.2126 and not 2128. The latest is 13.1.0.2126-I which (compared to 2126) basically changes the name from SataDriver to RaidDriver.

Who knows, maybe 12.9 is more stable for 7-series. Has anyone done any tests to prove that? You know, like the 11.2 vs 11.7 case where the latter was very unstable.

Please have a look into the start post of >this< thread.


I am aware of this great thread Fernando. I meant:

Driver 13.1.0.1058 + Firmware 13.1.0.1226-I

VS

Driver 12.9.4.1000 + Firmware 12.9.0.2006

or did I miss something? I don’t think so.

The Intel RAID ROM resp. Intel EFI RAID Driver versions only matter, when the Intel SATA Controller has been set to RAID within the BIOS.
As long as the Intel SATA ports are running in "AHCI" mode, the RAID ROM/Driver modules will not be used at all by the system


I was under the impression that the RAID oROM/SataDriver (now called RAIDDriver after 13.1.02126I) included newer AHCI versions as well. You know a lot more about RAID though so maybe I’m wrong.


By the way, the correct version number is 13.1.0.2126 and not 2128.




You’re right this is a typo infact if you read some posts below this you have quoted i’ve corrected the version.

Cheers,

KK

Thanks SoniX for the new release, Intel Gbe OROM and EFI upgraded without problem on my X79/C600, but it would be very cool if your re-integrate intel raid rom 13.1.0.2126.

Ghostearth.


Indeed. In the meantime you can use the older UBU 1.8.8 which included it.

@SoniX

Hey SoniX, once you have edited the GUID and one or two strings in a .ffs file, how do you fix the checksum? I searched around but couldn’t find a solution. I’m asking because of some small differences between two same-version SataDrivers (version given by Fernando and UBU version).


Indeed. In the meantime you can use the older UBU 1.8.8 which included it.




Yes, already what i did, but using one UBU version in one time upgrade should be better.

Thanks
Ghostearth.

Thanks Sonix!

You can simply rename the "bios.bin" file to "E7918IMS.240" and flash it as usual.
The extension of BIOS files has nothing to do with its function.




I renamed the file, but at the time of the flash, it says file not found?
You say that the extension is not a problem, but if I rename the file remains in .bin
out in the original there is a DLL shell windows file type?
I do not know what to do?

You have to rename the extension as well.