SSD7000/SSD7500 Series Controllers - How to load the UEFI ROM manually
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Note: If this error is reported, the HighPoint UEFI rom is not compatible with the current UEFI environment.
4. If you experiece the above error, enter the following command:
xxx refers to the name of the ROM file you are working with (the screenshot below was taken while using the SSD7505).
Based on the output of this command, we can determine whether our UEFI driver is incompatible with your motherboard.
If this command is able to start the UEFI RAID utility, this suggests that the motherboard’s BIOS settings do not allow third-party ROM files to be loaded.
In addition to the procedure described in this article, you can refer to the following video: