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I have modified my ASUS P9X79 to support NVMe Pro SSD.
I have connected the modified BIOS to the current BIOS.
Currently, I installed your current ASUS Hyper M.2 x4 MINI and Samsung 960 EVO NVMe SSD, Windows 10 PRO x64 and most working devices on PCI my 3.0 without any problem.
ASUS P9X79 PRO (BIOS 4801) + Intel 3820 + 26GB DDR3 (Ripjaws 2100MHz) + Samsung SSD 840 EVO (120GB) + 3TB Seagate + 1TB Caviar Black + 2TB Barracuda + GTX 560 Ti OC Edition 2GB
Great! Can you post windowsa reasonable result of the “anvil”? thank you.
I’m also curious about the results that can be obtained with this table…
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It doesn’t work for me 🙁 I still have x79 pro/3960x and 960 pro. Win10 won’t install. What bios settings do you have? SSD shows up in bios but win 10 wants to create partition. same as yours.
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Win10 cannot be installed. What should be the bios settings? The SSD shows up in the bios, but Win 10 doesn’t want to create a partition.
Are Secure Boot and Fast Boot options disabled in the BIOS? Did you install Win10 using the UEFI approach? Did you unplug all other HDDs/SSDs except NVMe SSD before starting Win10 installation? Did you delete any existing partitions on the NVMe SSD before creating a new partition on the NVMe SSD?
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I figured that if I ever manage to get an NVMe hard drive to work with my Asus P9X79 Deluxe case, I’ll leave it here to basically share my experience. First of all, thanks to Fernando for learning how we do our job and for sharing his facts on this forum. Without his improvement, I would never have been able to enable NVMe on my motherboard. If you have a P9X79 Deluxe motherboard, remember that you can definitely find a working NVMe drive. Here are my specific recommendations:
1) I am using the included Vantec UGT-M2PC200 adapter to connect the first unknown slot (the furthest memory slot). The brand of any PCIe-NVMe adapter card should not matter as long as youLook at the real map, this is where all the good wires go from the PC train to the NVMe stick. There are almost no circuits directly on the board, so it doesn’t matter what brand customers buy. My strong point for NVMe is the OCZ RD400 512 GB.
2) Downloading ASUS from the latest beta 4801 BIOS and injecting NvmExpressDxE_2.ffs, NvmExpressDxE_3.ffs or SAMSUNG_M2_DXE.ffs from Fernando works. You use UEFITool (download from this man page) to open the Asus BIOS file and then insert the ONE with the above modules. Basically you get “And the bios of the file” > “Find” (the text tab of the scan dialog) “DXE” without the quotes. Double-click one of the matches in the lower Messages window, then double-click our match in the main Structure window that you want to scroll until you see the latest DXE driver. This is the last until “Volume Free Space” is written in the next short period. Full click on the last short period of the DXE driver (doesn’t matter what driver it is) and right click to execute “paste after”. Here you enter ONE of the .ffs segments above. Save the updated BIOS, etc.Watch it with your previous USB stick. You can no longer flash this BIOS because Windows or the BIOS UI changed this BIOS and the hash check failed after that. The USB port is flashed on Universal Serial Bus and the hash check is no longer performed. The BIOS file MUST be named P9X79D or Capflash is not possible at all. DO NOT disconnect the joystick while the indicator is flashing blue, otherwise you will brick your mobile phone. If the blue light is constantly flashing after flashing the BIOS, the flashing failed, but it doesn’t matter that the P9X79 uses a stock BIOS and it won’t harm your mobile device. Perhaps I can tell you that there are a lot of downloadable bios, including 8105 that you can download from, that did NOT work for me and didn’t get the pen to work (constant blue light after flashing).Speed up your PC now with this free and reliable download.