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Z9PE D8 WS Bios mod to support NVMe m.2 support
#11
Dear all,

I would like to confirm Z9PED8WS is OK for NVME.

All stuffs can be find here: using CH341A USB flasher for backup origin BIOS (save as .bin file), then using CodeRush's UEFITool v0.21.5 for insert the
uncompressed NvmExpressDxE_3 module. Verify then flash to the Winbon W25Q64BVAIG.

https://www.fshare.vn/folder/4R8IK4K7Y37G

Thanks guys for sharing all needed information.
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#12
(12-16-2017, 06:15 AM)keba Wrote: Dear all,

I would like to confirm Z9PED8WS is OK for NVME.

All stuffs can be find here: using CH341A USB flasher for backup origin BIOS (save as .bin file), then using CodeRush's UEFITool v0.21.5 for insert the
uncompressed NvmExpressDxE_3 module. Verify then flash to the Winbon W25Q64BVAIG.

https://www.fshare.vn/folder/4R8IK4K7Y37G

Thanks guys for sharing all needed information.


Can you please share your working modified BIOS file for Z9PED8WS?
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#13
(12-17-2017, 11:50 AM)medjed Wrote:
(12-16-2017, 06:15 AM)keba Wrote: Dear all,

I would like to confirm Z9PED8WS is OK for NVME.

All stuffs can be find here: using CH341A USB flasher for backup origin BIOS (save as .bin file), then using CodeRush's UEFITool v0.21.5 for insert the
uncompressed NvmExpressDxE_3 module. Verify then flash to the Winbon W25Q64BVAIG.

https://www.fshare.vn/folder/4R8IK4K7Y37G

Thanks guys for sharing all needed information.


Can you please share your working modified BIOS file for Z9PED8WS?
Hi!
That mod bios you can download from the link in post above.
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#14
(12-18-2017, 01:01 AM)feluchi Wrote:
(12-17-2017, 11:50 AM)medjed Wrote:
(12-16-2017, 06:15 AM)keba Wrote: Dear all,

I would like to confirm Z9PED8WS is OK for NVME.

All stuffs can be find here: using CH341A USB flasher for backup origin BIOS (save as .bin file), then using CodeRush's UEFITool v0.21.5 for insert the
uncompressed NvmExpressDxE_3 module. Verify then flash to the Winbon W25Q64BVAIG.

https://www.fshare.vn/folder/4R8IK4K7Y37G

Thanks guys for sharing all needed information.


Can you please share your working modified BIOS file for Z9PED8WS?
Hi!
That mod bios you can download from the link in post above.

Great, thanks!

Did you load the Z9PED8WS_5802_nvme3.bin using the EZ Flash BIOS utility?
I've loaded .cap files via EZ Flash BIOS to update my BIOS.

I don't know if the bin file is just a different extension, or completely different than .cap file.
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#15
(12-21-2017, 05:21 PM)medjed Wrote:
(12-18-2017, 01:01 AM)feluchi Wrote:
(12-17-2017, 11:50 AM)medjed Wrote:
(12-16-2017, 06:15 AM)keba Wrote: Dear all,

I would like to confirm Z9PED8WS is OK for NVME.

All stuffs can be find here: using CH341A USB flasher for backup origin BIOS (save as .bin file), then using CodeRush's UEFITool v0.21.5 for insert the
uncompressed NvmExpressDxE_3 module. Verify then flash to the Winbon W25Q64BVAIG.

https://www.fshare.vn/folder/4R8IK4K7Y37G

Thanks guys for sharing all needed information.


Can you please share your working modified BIOS file for Z9PED8WS?
Hi!
That mod bios you can download from the link in post above.

Great, thanks!

Did you load the Z9PED8WS_5802_nvme3.bin using the EZ Flash BIOS utility?
I've loaded .cap files via EZ Flash BIOS to update my BIOS.

I don't know if the bin file is just a different extension, or completely different than .cap file.
I don't think EZ Flash BIOS will work with this modded BIOS. This bin file is a bit smaller than the .cap from ASUS (i think they insert some security check or similar) the CH341A USB flasher can not flash the .cap file as file size is different.
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#16
(12-22-2017, 10:03 PM)keba Wrote:
(12-21-2017, 05:21 PM)medjed Wrote:
(12-18-2017, 01:01 AM)feluchi Wrote:
(12-17-2017, 11:50 AM)medjed Wrote:
(12-16-2017, 06:15 AM)keba Wrote: Dear all,

I would like to confirm Z9PED8WS is OK for NVME.

All stuffs can be find here: using CH341A USB flasher for backup origin BIOS (save as .bin file), then using CodeRush's UEFITool v0.21.5 for insert the
uncompressed NvmExpressDxE_3 module. Verify then flash to the Winbon W25Q64BVAIG.

https://www.fshare.vn/folder/4R8IK4K7Y37G

Thanks guys for sharing all needed information.


Can you please share your working modified BIOS file for Z9PED8WS?
Hi!
That mod bios you can download from the link in post above.

Great, thanks!

Did you load the Z9PED8WS_5802_nvme3.bin using the EZ Flash BIOS utility?
I've loaded .cap files via EZ Flash BIOS to update my BIOS.

I don't know if the bin file is just a different extension, or completely different than .cap file.
I don't think EZ Flash BIOS will work with this modded BIOS. This bin file is a bit smaller than the .cap from ASUS (i think they insert some security check or similar) the CH341A USB flasher can not flash the .cap file as file size is different.

if you didn't use EZ Flash in BIOS, how did you do the last step, load the Z9PED8WS_5802_nvme3.bin to bios ?
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#17
(12-25-2017, 01:01 PM)medjed Wrote:
(12-22-2017, 10:03 PM)keba Wrote:
(12-21-2017, 05:21 PM)medjed Wrote:
(12-18-2017, 01:01 AM)feluchi Wrote:
(12-17-2017, 11:50 AM)medjed Wrote: Can you please share your working modified BIOS file for Z9PED8WS?
Hi!
That mod bios you can download from the link in post above.

Great, thanks!

Did you load the Z9PED8WS_5802_nvme3.bin using the EZ Flash BIOS utility?
I've loaded .cap files via EZ Flash BIOS to update my BIOS.

I don't know if the bin file is just a different extension, or completely different than .cap file.
I don't think EZ Flash BIOS will work with this modded BIOS. This bin file is a bit smaller than the .cap from ASUS (i think they insert some security check or similar) the CH341A USB flasher can not flash the .cap file as file size is different.

if you didn't use EZ Flash in BIOS, how did you do the last step, load the Z9PED8WS_5802_nvme3.bin to bios ?
I'm using the cheap CH341A USB flasher (pls google for this). Hope that help!
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