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Z9PE D8 WS Bios mod to support NVMe m.2 support
#1
Hi, everyone i have this motherboard on the latest bios and i need it to support NVMe i got modefied bios but i cant flash it using tradition mettods, is there anyone that can help me or make a bios that i can use.

ill leave here the original bios and the moded one, the modded one can be flashed for some reason and i dont know why but it should work.

Original:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/m32jh7ozj1qvvr...2.CAP?dl=0

Moded with nvme support:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/ufqk1tz0t4du8c...2.CAP?dl=0



Motherboard:

https://www.asus.com/uk/Motherboards/Z9PED8_WS/

Kind regards
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#2
bumping this threat in the hopes some has been able to get an m.2 cards to work with Asus z9pe-d8 motherboards or have a modified bios I can try.

I'm trying with samsung evo 960 cards, the board does not see them in the bios so I cannot install the OS onto them.
However windows does see the boards once the operating system has been installed on another drive.

Here is the bios ver 5802 from Asus
[url=http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/LGA2011/Z9PE-D8-WS/BIOS/Z9PE-D8-WS-ASUS-5802.zip][/url]
Thanks
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(08-07-2017, 08:49 AM)fickit1time Wrote: bumping this threat in the hopes some has been able to get an m.2 cards to work with Asus z9pe-d8 motherboards or have a modified bios I can try.

I'm trying with samsung evo 960 cards, the board does not see them in the bios so I cannot install the OS onto them.
However windows does see the boards once the operating system has been installed on another drive.

Here is the bios ver 5802 from [/url]Asus
[url=http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/LGA2011/Z9PE-D8-WS/BIOS/Z9PE-D8-WS-ASUS-5802.zip]
Thanks
Your mod bios done.
https://www.sendspace.com/file/yjxobf

Note:
[*]After you flash mod bios, then you can insert the NVMe SSD resp. its M.2>PCIe adapter into the M.2 port resp. PCIe slot, which offers the best possible performance and doesn't share the PCI lanes with other devices (please look into your mainboard manual).
[*]Important:


  • The "BOOT" section of the UEFI BIOS and the shortcut to the "Bootable Devices" will not show the NVMe SSD, although it may be bootable!
  • After having installed the NVMe supporting OS in UEFI mode onto the PCIe/M.2 connected SSD, you will see the new bootable system drive listed as "Windows Boot Manager".
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(08-14-2017, 06:57 AM)feluchi Wrote:
(08-07-2017, 08:49 AM)fickit1time Wrote: bumping this threat in the hopes some has been able to get an m.2 cards to work with Asus z9pe-d8 motherboards or have a modified bios I can try.

I'm trying with samsung evo 960 cards, the board does not see them in the bios so I cannot install the OS onto them.
However windows does see the boards once the operating system has been installed on another drive.

Here is the bios ver 5802 from [/url]Asus

Thanks
Your mod bios done.
[url=https://www.sendspace.com/file/yjxobf]https://www.sendspace.com/file/yjxobf

Note:
[*]After you flash mod bios, then you can insert the NVMe SSD resp. its M.2>PCIe adapter into the M.2 port resp. PCIe slot, which offers the best possible performance and doesn't share the PCI lanes with other devices (please look into your mainboard manual).
[*]Important:

  • The "BOOT" section of the UEFI BIOS and the shortcut to the "Bootable Devices" will not show the NVMe SSD, although it may be bootable!
  • After having installed the NVMe supporting OS in UEFI mode onto the PCIe/M.2 connected SSD, you will see the new bootable system drive listed as "Windows Boot Manager".
[*]

Hi,


did the bios mod work on the asus z9pe-d8-ws? Is this board now able to boot an m2 via pcie? I got a Samsung nvme 960 evo and I've tried to mod the bios on my own, but without success so far.
Is there any way to re-upload the bios mod again?


Kind regards,
Ron
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#5
(08-14-2017, 06:57 AM)feluchi Wrote:
(08-07-2017, 08:49 AM)fickit1time Wrote: bumping this threat in the hopes some has been able to get an m.2 cards to work with Asus z9pe-d8 motherboards or have a modified bios I can try.

I'm trying with samsung evo 960 cards, the board does not see them in the bios so I cannot install the OS onto them.
However windows does see the boards once the operating system has been installed on another drive.

Here is the bios ver 5802 from [/url]Asus

Thanks
Your mod bios done.
[url=https://www.sendspace.com/file/yjxobf]https://www.sendspace.com/file/yjxobf

Note:
[*]After you flash mod bios, then you can insert the NVMe SSD resp. its M.2>PCIe adapter into the M.2 port resp. PCIe slot, which offers the best possible performance and doesn't share the PCI lanes with other devices (please look into your mainboard manual).
[*]Important:

  • The "BOOT" section of the UEFI BIOS and the shortcut to the "Bootable Devices" will not show the NVMe SSD, although it may be bootable!
  • After having installed the NVMe supporting OS in UEFI mode onto the PCIe/M.2 connected SSD, you will see the new bootable system drive listed as "Windows Boot Manager".
[*]
Dear @feluchi

Can you kindly help reupload the modded bios?

How do we flash this bios? do we need the external flasher for this bios?

Many Thanks and Best Regards.
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#6
(12-05-2017, 01:57 AM)keba Wrote: Dear @feluchi

Can you kindly help reupload the modded bios?

How do we flash this bios? do we need the external flasher for this bios?

Many Thanks and Best Regards.
New link:  https://www.sendspace.com/file/y7lhj6

Use ordinary Asus flashing procedure, exactly the same as with ordinary Asus bios.
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#7
(12-05-2017, 06:40 AM)feluchi Wrote:
(12-05-2017, 01:57 AM)keba Wrote: Dear @feluchi

Can you kindly help reupload the modded bios?

How do we flash this bios? do we need the external flasher for this bios?

Many Thanks and Best Regards.
New link:  https://www.sendspace.com/file/y7lhj6

Use ordinary Asus flashing procedure, exactly the same as with ordinary Asus bios.

Thanks so much! You are the man!!!!
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#8
(12-05-2017, 06:40 AM)feluchi Wrote:
(12-05-2017, 01:57 AM)keba Wrote: Dear @feluchi

Can you kindly help reupload the modded bios?

How do we flash this bios? do we need the external flasher for this bios?

Many Thanks and Best Regards.
New link:  https://www.sendspace.com/file/y7lhj6

Use ordinary Asus flashing procedure, exactly the same as with ordinary Asus bios.
Dear @feluchi

Trying flash this bios using ASUS EZ Flash2 Ultility v01.04 (Flashing tool interagted with the origin 5802 bios). There is an error "Security verification failed".

Do we have any work around for this?

Many Thanks.
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#9
(12-05-2017, 08:45 AM)keba Wrote: Do we have any work around for this?

Many Thanks.

Well, this means that Asus use some safeguard in this bios version. In that case we need to cut capsule header, and then flash mod bios with hardware SPI programmer device.
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#10
(12-05-2017, 09:29 AM)feluchi Wrote:
(12-05-2017, 08:45 AM)keba Wrote: Do we have any work around for this?

Many Thanks.

Well, this means that Asus use some safeguard in this bios version. In that case we need to cut capsule header, and then flash mod bios with hardware SPI programmer device.

Thanks for your prompt reply! I will try to looking for more information then. Consider buying the USB ch341a Programmer and a pair of backup Winbond 25Q64BVAIG. BTW, I'll be back for more help! Smile)
Many Thanks .
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