Readme file for RocketRAID 272x_1x SAS Controller EFI Rom Copyright (C) HighPoint Technologies, Inc. All rights reserved. Last updated on Oct 21, 2016 Please review this file for important information about compatibility issues and differences in operation that were discovered after our product manuals were created. In case of conflict among various parts of the documentation set, this file contains the most current information. Note: The latest firmware and product documentation will be available for download at http://www.highpoint-tech.com Files Listing ================= readme-efi.txt This file rr2710-efi64.rom 64-bit EFI Rom image for RR2720 rr2711-efi64.rom 64-bit EFI Rom image for RR2711 rr2720-efi64.rom 64-bit EFI Rom image for RR2720 rr2721-efi64.rom 64-bit EFI Rom image for RR2721 rr2722-efi64.rom 64-bit EFI Rom image for RR2722 Updating EFI Rom ================== The EFI Rom can be updated via Web RAID Management Interface. 1) Login Web RAID Management Interface. 2) From "Physical" tab, click "Browse" under Update Firmware to select the EFI Rom image and then click "Submit" to update the EFI Rom. 3) Reboot system. Booting MacOS X from RR272x_1x adapter ===================================== Currently MacOS X can not be directly installed to arrays on RocketRAID adapter. To boot the system from an array, you need to clone an installed system to the array. You can follow these steps to make a bootable array on Mac Pro: 1) Booting from an existing MacOS X system. 2) Install RocketRAID adapter driver and web RAID management software. 3) Setup an array in the web management interface. 4) Run MacOS X Disk Utility and create a new volume on the array. The volume will be used as new boot volume. 5) Clone the Mac OS X system volume to the new volume on HPT array. A suggested clone utility is Carbon Copy Cloner: http://www.bombich.com/software/ccc.html 6) Open MacOS X System Preferences window and select "Startup Disk". Select the new volume as startup disk and click "Restart". 7) MacOS X will boot from the array. You can remove the old system volume if it is no longer required. Revision History ================== v1.10.0 10/21/2016 * Support block io interface. v126.96.36.1998 06/08/2013 * First releaseDownload Driver Pack
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Expand the archive file (if the download file is in zip or rar format).
If the expanded file has an .exe extension, double click it and follow the installation instructions.
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Find the device and model you want to update in the device list.
Double-click on it to open the Properties dialog box.
From the Properties dialog box, select the Driver tab.
Click the Update Driver button, then follow the instructions.
Very important: You must reboot your system to ensure that any driver updates have taken effect.
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