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    Posted: 18 Jun 2022 at 4:31pm
Hi,

Can MotherBoard ASRock Q1900-ITX updated to the latest BIOS ver. 2.00 from 2019/6/18, boot and use as root drive m.2 NVMe SSD attached to the PCIE port with the help of adapter?

And if there isn't support from the BIOS, can we hope for it?
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Dear LZ,

This port is for a PCI express Wifi card, NVME definitely won't work
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Dear threadzipper1957,

You arn't correct. It's a standard PCIe port.

Recently I modify my BIOS by inserting NVMe drivers into the ROM, which I extract from another MB BIOS ROM and now I have fully working NVMe drive on my ASRock Q1900-ITX MB. Works great with no issues, just like it came from manufacturer.

What I try before and didn't work propperly is:
1. CLOVER method for adding the NVMe support - random issues with USB ports, SATA ports and system stability.
2. Win-RAID forum guide for NVMe support BIOS mod - issues with SATA ports.

WARNING: to those who dare to modify their BIOS. You risk bricking your MB and I'm not responsible by any way.

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Can you share this modded bios with me?
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Sure.

ASRock_Q1900-ITX_BIOS_w_NVMe_suppport
https://dox.abv.bg/download?id=973e279fd8# -> download link

!!! Use it at your own risk !!!
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Hello,

I'm tryng to do the same modding for ASRock Q1900DC-ITX Bios.

But I have 2 questions:

1 - How you removed Secure Flash protection? (or you used a special tool to flash?)
2 - Can you connect directly NMVe SSD to mPCIe?

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Hi
1. UBUTool - for removing Secure Flash protection, no special flash tool is needed.
2. I'dont know. I'm using cheap M.2 NVMe to PCI-E Adapter Card.
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I would like the latest bios 2.20 with nvme support.
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Hi Nomad911210,

Here's the link to the latest BIOS with NVMe support. Please use it at your own risk.

Feel free to thank me if it works out for you.

https://dox.abv.bg/download?id=973e279fd8
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Originally posted by lz_linux lz_linux wrote:

Hi
1. UBUTool - for removing Secure Flash protection, no special flash tool is needed.
2. I'dont know. I'm using cheap M.2 NVMe to PCI-E Adapter Card.


Hi lz_linux

should we use ubutool for removing secure flash before using your nvme bios?

if so, how can we?
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