- Aug 15, 2018
- GA-Z370M DS3H
- GTX 1060
No native NVRAM with my Gigabyte Z370M DS3H
thanks for the tip. I added AptioMemoryFix-64 and NVRAM appears to be supported as a result on my GA Z370N motherboardHi all.
Although my Z170X-UD3 with bios F23g does not natively support non-volatile nvram I still do not use EmuVariableUefi-64 and it's associated scripts but rather AptioMemoryFix-64, and that works well indeed. After I studied this thread I got the impression that for some mobo/bios combinations, that do not support non-volatile nvram, there is no alternative other than using EmuVariableUefi-64 with it's scripts. In my case I have been using AptioMemoryFix-64 successfully for quite a while and therefore suggest to try that route first because if it works for you you will get crash reports on the next reboot, after your machine crashed.
Hi @tonymacx86 this has been bothering me for a while as well until I found a discussion thread on the other side of the universe where I learned, so to speak from the horse's mouth (aka coder's keyboard), which drivers would be required if one were NOT to use "Filevault".+1 For a test I've eliminated all of the new ones and there is no change. I'm sure there is a reason they included by default but I can't find any documentation.
Hi @littlecreature the divers I use are listed in my #64 posting of this thread and yes my nvram is working with those drivers although YMMV.
@improbable,sudo nvram nvda_drv=1 <--- this is forgotten, but
sudo nvram test_oct=13 <--- this is remembered, after a reboot