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[solved] ASUS P5K SE/EPU - AHCI
#51
(01-21-2011, 07:38 AM)Antinomy Wrote: What do you see in Sata configuration? And in what BIOS version was AHCI present?
Try this one. Check whether the AHCI is really enabled.

http://bios-mods.com/BIOS/AMI/ACHI%20mod...U-0501.zip

Hi Antinomy,

I am having such ASUS board and installed your mod. Changed setting to AHCI in Bios.... now the ssd gets found and windows starts, but only for 1-2 seconds, then progress stops, the moving windows logo does never appear.

I have set the registry key and I tried to boot from dvd to possibly reinstall windows, but the CD can't be booted.... once I hit a key to boot from dvd as requested, the error message appears. Is my IDE messed up because of the other updates in the rom?

TAHNKS! for your help here, guys Smile
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#52
I wonder if a custom BIOS (this one in particular) can cause Windows Experience Index to fail with the specific message that Windows 7 (Ultimate x64) can't calculate the CPU performance?
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#53
ASUS P5K SE/EPU 0501 - bios mod
  • AHCI mod by Antinomy
  • "Native" renamed to "AHCI"
  • "Vanderpool Technology" renamed to "Intel Virtualization Tech"
  • Black logo
  • DELL SLIC 2.2
  • Marvell 88SE6121 1.1.0.L69 option rom updated to 1.1.0.L75
  • Atheros L1 1.0.20.11 option rom updated to 1.0.20.16
  • EZ Flash 2 v3.06 updated to v3.37 (NTFS support)
  • Microcode Updated (support for socket 771 cpus)

http://www.mediafire.com/?13rw5jvw4k3cf
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#54
(09-06-2014, 04:44 AM)Florin9doi Wrote: ASUS P5K SE/EPU 0501 - bios mod
  • AHCI mod by Antinomy
  • "Native" renamed to "AHCI"
  • "Vanderpool Technology" renamed to "Intel Virtualization Tech"
  • Black logo
  • DELL SLIC 2.2
  • Marvell 88SE6121 1.1.0.L69 option rom updated to 1.1.0.L75
  • Atheros L1 1.0.20.11 option rom updated to 1.0.20.16
  • EZ Flash 2 v3.06 updated to v3.37 (NTFS support)
  • Microcode Updated (support for socket 771 cpus)

http://www.mediafire.com/?13rw5jvw4k3cf

Thank you Florin9doi, you don't understand how much I appreciate this post!
Bios updated! Seems gooood!
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#55
Question 
Hello!

I know that this thread has "solved" in the topic but I have a humble request - can someone modify the original Asus BIOS 0501 (in the attachment - straight from Asus website) to just unlock the AHCI option? Florin9doi's version is heavily modified and I just want AHCI option, nothing more and nothing less. Pretty please with a cherry on the top ;-)

cheers


Attached Files
.zip   P5K-SE-EPU-0501.zip (Size: 603.26 KB / Downloads: 9)
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#56
(09-06-2014, 04:44 AM)Florin9doi Wrote: ASUS P5K SE/EPU 0501 - bios mod
  • AHCI mod by Antinomy
  • "Native" renamed to "AHCI"
  • "Vanderpool Technology" renamed to "Intel Virtualization Tech"
  • Black logo
  • DELL SLIC 2.2
  • Marvell 88SE6121 1.1.0.L69 option rom updated to 1.1.0.L75
  • Atheros L1 1.0.20.11 option rom updated to 1.0.20.16
  • EZ Flash 2 v3.06 updated to v3.37 (NTFS support)
  • Microcode Updated (support for socket 771 cpus)

http://www.mediafire.com/?13rw5jvw4k3cf

I have a P5KPL-AM EPU board, tried to flash with your bios mod but it shows no matter what or how I do it:

"ROM ID in the file is incompatible with with existing BIOS"

Could somebody help me, please? How can I modify the ROM ID? 

Thanks & cheers!
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#57
Asus P5K SE-EPU - AhciBiosMod dsdt smbios extensions - from above mediafire link (First one of three in that folder)
Changed ROM ID to match P5KPL-AM EPU board

Original ROM ID (I guess? ASUS P5K SE/EPU 0501)
A0994000 / (Hex = 41 30 39 39 34 30 30 30)

Changed to (Asus P5KPL-AM-EPU-0501)
A1350000 / (Hex = 41 31 33 35 30 30 30 30)

You can do this possibly by only changing the one ROM ID in it's own ROMID module, via MMTool 3.2x, but I found two instances of ROM ID via hex, so changed both that way instead.
https://www.sendspace.com/file/bs62pt
http://s000.tinyupload.com/index.php?fil...5176132112
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#58
I tried with EzFlash, afudos 2.38 and it shows:
Rom file boot block is not valid
Invalid boot block  Sad
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#59
Do it again with AFUDOS and don't flash the boot block (/B) then, it doesn't need reflashed every time anyway Big Grin

AFUDOS BIOSfilename.bin /p
Or
AFUDOS BIOSfilename.bin /p /k
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#60
(10-29-2018, 02:52 AM)Lost_N_BIOS Wrote: Do it again with AFUDOS and don't flash the boot block (/B) then, it doesn't need reflashed every time anyway Big Grin

AFUDOS BIOSfilename.bin /p
Or
AFUDOS BIOSfilename.bin /p /k

I tried with 4 different versions of afudos and I got 3 different errors:
1: the boot block is invalid.
2: BIOS does not support AFU
3: Problem getting flash information Sad
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