Zitat von lordkag im Beitrag The ID change was already known, if you had searched before. Or then is related to the issue. Only black screen is displayed while it hangs there. Furthermore you may have this way a better chance to get a reply from our Marvell Controller Guru lordkag. I do not dare running the update routine, seeing the tool cannot even read the current flash!
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What is it for?
I managed to program the flash chip with your imageA0. Thu May 07, 5: Cannot say for sure, as I never used MSU before this problem. What is the python tool you use to dump the sections of a BIOS image for those boards?
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This is by far the most detailed forum about the issues of that particular board, really not deserving the Asus brand I have access to a programmer device, so if the image can be somehow built to be programmed to the SPI flash my card has Macronix MX25LE probably that could be used to recover it?
The rest of the components seem universal with 91xx and 92xx distinctionas I have seen them in different images for different controllers. My script runs in two stages: Thanks anyway so far! Thu Oct 01, 6: Many thanks for your answers in advance.
Until then, I will try to assemble new images, leaving out the internal Firmware.
Now I’m curious to find out which firmware version 2. What was the method of flashing them, did it completed with successful message?
Zitat von RoughBoy im Beitrag I knew the space problem before already: I’m quite curious now about what it is supposed to contain to make this thing work. Again, can’t tell if the prompt was there originally or matvell, as the card was in Mravell only system that doesn’t care about add-in boot ROMs. Mon Nov 02, 8: Ofcourse I don’t have any backup of the original image that was on the card Any help from you Marvell gurus is highly appreciated!
I have created and attached 2 images for your card, to be used with programmer. Here is an interesting from a SE that pic I have found on the internet. RoughBoy Show info Posts:.
These firmwares don’t fall from the tree, I have to assemble them with consideration for components selection, then double and triple check my work. NVMe mod succesfully works but not in 1. What is the easiest way to achieve this and which tool to use?
A0 of Marvell controller, use ImageA0.
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Considering this is a non-RAID controller, I suppose it doesn’t necessarily need to have any boot time config utility. The reason mentioned above will be used.
Quickly and easily view product specs, compare various solutions, and print out select product information. I make sure to share the ROM as soon as I get hold on the new card, to be inspected and to help others in the future.
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I have another idea: It could be a Marvell thing or the indication that this relates to your bug. The size is not that important, the first marvekl had padding to fill the chip for programming use to not receive size warningswhile these ones are at the normal size for flasher.
It’s a ASUS external pci-e x4 card btw backup: