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Re: Gigabyte 990fxa-ud3 rev4.0 custom bios
« Reply #105 on: June 22, 2019, 05:50:42 pm »
Hello everyone,

Thanks for custom BIOS. Works fine to me.

Can anyone tell me what causes an Ultra ATA CRC Errors on SATA SSD Samsung 860 PRO?
I hoped that after this update, everything would be ok with a drive but on occasions that errors come back again. I replaced SATA cable, even connect to the different power cable.
My setting is AHCI mode, but I think about changing 'On Chip SATA Type' to 'RAID' and see what happens. Anyone had the same problems?

Greetings,
Maybe the drive has a formatting error, bad cells or a failing controller?
Maybe the custom BIOS you are running has a problem, error or compatibility issue.

Might changing the operate mode of the controller help, sure.  Maybe?

We can only speculate.  Where to start...  Test the drive, verify its health.  Does it behave similarly in another system?
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Re: Gigabyte 990fxa-ud3 rev4.0 custom bios
« Reply #106 on: June 24, 2019, 11:17:54 am »
Hello everyone,

Thanks for custom BIOS. Works fine to me.

Can anyone tell me what causes an Ultra ATA CRC Errors on SATA SSD Samsung 860 PRO?
I hoped that after this update, everything would be ok with a drive but on occasions that errors come back again. I replaced SATA cable, even connect to the different power cable.
My setting is AHCI mode, but I think about changing 'On Chip SATA Type' to 'RAID' and see what happens. Anyone had the same problems?

Greetings,
Maybe the drive has a formatting error, bad cells or a failing controller?
Maybe the custom BIOS you are running has a problem, error or compatibility issue.

Might changing the operate mode of the controller help, sure.  Maybe?

We can only speculate.  Where to start...  Test the drive, verify its health.  Does it behave similarly in another system?

The errors were even on F2 BIOS version. I did RMA and they replace the drive for a new one. Problems still remain. Other HDD drives haven't any errors for years.
I try to run a LiveCD Linux system and test a drive.
I read on Samsung forum the problem is compatibility Samsung 860 drive series with AMD Controllers and they recommend run on Intel Controllers.
I connect to laptop Dell E6400 and test the drive for one hour and there wasn't any new Ultra ATA Errors.

Anyone have Crucial MX500 experience on that mainboard? Is running fine?

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Re: Gigabyte 990fxa-ud3 rev4.0 custom bios
« Reply #107 on: September 25, 2019, 06:45:34 pm »
Hello Regit,

Would you be so kind to make this modifications in the 990fxa-ud3 rev3.0 bios to have nvme boot?

Best regards,
P4nk

 

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