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    Posted: 04 Oct 2017 at 2:31am
I updated to the new 1.70 BIOS without checking that I needed to delete my RAID0 (Data drive only) array but when I got into windows my array was still there. I backed it up anyway and installed the new 9.0.0.88 NVME driver and windows couldn't start. 
I went ahead and deleted my array and still couldn't get into windows in RAID or AHCI mode. 
Reverted to 1.50 BIOS and restored from previous config in windows advanced startup and back to normal now. 
Wondering if I should try again and if so should start with the driver then install the new 1.70 BIOS or the reverse?


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heres a bit of a walkthrough and warnings
and download links

http://www.guru3d.com/files-details/nvme-raid-drivers-for-amd-ryzen-threadripper-x399.html
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Tom.N, I would suggest you hold fire for now.  I would also recommend you always get your drivers and RAID SW from AMD.  Please see this thread:

http://forum.asrock.com/forum_posts.asp?TID=6236&PID=37330&#37330

What Floppy/F6 drivers are you using?  Enjoy, John.
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This was an existing install of win10, I set it up without using the F6 driver as my NVME is not a RAID. after install I updated the NVME driver to samsungs express driver 2.2. I guess thats why windows wouldn't boot with AMD's NVME driver.

I updated the BIOS hoping for a little more compatability with my GSkill Trident RGB 64GB 3600 Ram. right now I can only get it to 2933
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Tom.N, I doubt BIOS 1.70 will help your memory.  It contains the same AGESA as the last BIOS, 1.0.0.3.  Enjoy, John.
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