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Asus P6T Deluxe Updated all OROMs
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Rainbow 
Bios based on latest official 2209 for Asus P6T Deluxe V1

Marvell RAID - 1.2.0.31
Intel OROM - 10.1.0.1008 Latest working version
Yukon PXE 6.60.2.3
Updated Microcodes  for Xeon - 062C to 14 (2011/03/11) and  06A5 to 15 (2010/03/03) latest available

Tested in RAID mode with Core i7 920 and with Xeon X5670

Please write feedback. Thanks.


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(05-14-2016, 11:16 PM)Aellori Wrote: Bios based on latest official 2209 for Asus P6T Deluxe V1

Marvell RAID - 1.2.0.31
Intel OROM - 10.1.0.1008 Latest working version
Yukon PXE 6.60.2.3
Updated Microcodes  for Xeon - 062C to 14 (2011/03/11) and  06A5 to 15 (2010/03/03) latest available

Tested in RAID mode with Core i7 920 and with Xeon X5670

Please write feedback. Thanks.

Any further updates to this?
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(05-14-2016, 11:16 PM)Aellori Wrote: Bios based on latest official 2209 for Asus P6T Deluxe V1

Marvell RAID - 1.2.0.31
Intel OROM - 10.1.0.1008 Latest working version
Yukon PXE 6.60.2.3
Updated Microcodes  for Xeon - 062C to 14 (2011/03/11) and  06A5 to 15 (2010/03/03) latest available

Tested in RAID mode with Core i7 920 and with Xeon X5670

Please write feedback. Thanks.

Would this work on the P6T Deluxe OC Palm?

I ran out of ports and connected some of my drives to the SAS ports. (You can connect SATA drives to the SAS ports, but not vice versa.) However, the system still tries to spin them up with a delay etc... and treats them as RAID drives. I wondered if there was an updated version of this BIOS with updated option ROMs that might allow me some more control over the configuration for those 2 ports. If nothing else, just to reduce the delay in booting time.

Thanks in advance.
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Thanks for putting this together.

I flashed the BIOS and I noticed that the Marvell 88SE61xx Adapter no longer loads on Boot up. It's usually the last thing to initialise after the Marvell 88SE91xx. There's a brief flash of text which I have managed to get an image of and I can see the error message "Not enough Space to copy PCI Option ROM [08:00:00]". I'm assuming the Intel v10 OROM is too large hence the error.

I noticed a couple of 3TB drives are no longer being detected on the Intel OROM BIOS screen or within the BIOS itself, though still detect fine in Windows. They previously showed as 746.5gb drives in the v8 OROM screen.

I receive iaStorA.sys bluescreen errors in Win10 every now and then and I was hoping this BIOS update would help. Unfortunately it's still happening. I'm running RST 12.9.
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