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    Posted: 11 Jul 2015 at 6:59pm
Asrock Z87 pro4 bios version P2.30
-CPU i5-4670k
-GPU 4600
-Crucial Ballistix Sport XT 8GB,PC3-12800,DDR3-1600,9-9-9-24 64,BLS8G3D169DS3.16FE (BLS8G3D169DS3CEU)
-OCZ 600W MODXSTREAM-PRO

Please new vBios:
Intel RST(e) OROM and EFI SataDriver
OROM IRST RAID for SATA - 12.5.0.1815    This new version: 12.9.0.2006
EFI IRST RAID for SATA     - 12.5.0.1815    This new version: 12.9.0.2006

Intel OROM VBIOS and EFI GOP Driver
OROM VBIOS Haswell     - 2166             
EFI GOP Driver Haswell  - 5.0.1023            This new version: 5.5.1032

LAN OROM PXE and EFI UNDI - Intel LAN
OROM Intel Boot Agent GE   - 1.4.10          This new version: 1.5.70
EFI Intel PRO/1000 UNDI    - 5.1.00           This new version: 6.8.05

Update Intel CPU MicroCode Haswell/Broadwell
CPU Microcode 0306C3 HSW   - 19            This new version: CPU Microcode 0306C3 HSW   - 1D

Link website here: UEFI BIOS Updater.
The question is whether the new version will be in the bios?Confused
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (1) Thanks(1)   Quote parsec Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12 Jul 2015 at 12:54am
Is there a reason you need the OROM and VBIOS updates besides the newer versions exist?

A newer version does not automatically mean it is better than the older version. Intel has released new versions of the IRST RAID/AHCI driver that were later removed from their download page because of problems.

The CPU microcode update for socket 1150 Broadwell processors (five total) is only useful if you will be using a Broadwell processor. Intel may be limiting the use of Broadwell processors with the 9 series chipset boards.

My guess is that there will not be a BIOS/UEFI update for the Z87 Pro4 board with the updates you listed.
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You can only use one, the option rom or the EFI RAID driver in the UEFI/ BIOS, so don't see why you want both. 

The newest series that the 8 chipset series can run is a 14 series.  14.5.0.2241  but the 13 series if the fastest with least bugs. 

The EFI GOP Driver Haswell  is 5.0.1037, The Broadwell is a 5.5.1033.

No, they stay with the most stable version, I assume if you can find this info about all these you should be able to do it.

It's very easy to inject the OROM, EFI RAID, GOP.  


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@parsec, @odiebugs Thanks

Haswell: 5.0.1037
SataDriver: 14.5.0.2241
Intel LAN:1.5.70

Error: Secure flash check fail!

How to fix bios?
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote odiebugs Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14 Jul 2015 at 11:49pm
This means you tried to modify the BIOS / UEFI .  

Look for a program called  UEFI Tool, and make sure you read about it, also make sure you know you're correctly  Injecting / updating.  ******  Ask for help on the site you posted. ******

Also make sure you're checking your work before  you remove  the  BODY  and flash the file.

Remember there could be a chance of  problems and even becoming unbootable.  

So check your work.

I probably shouldn't have told you on this site it was easy to do it yourself. ASrock doesn't want people to Mod the file  because you could have a problem.   

This is why I  really shouldn't explain  anything here, I figured you posted the best site for this sort of work and would get help.  




Edited by odiebugs - 14 Jul 2015 at 11:50pm
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