I’m asking this, because I’ve found a tool that can unpack and pack that module 1B , but you’ve to compile it with Linux, and I’m a windows user, I don’t know how to compile it to try it, but the developer says that you can make a cross-compile, compile in Linux for windows That’s not cool, of Asus I think! Fri Mar 15, 8: I don’t know if the 1B module is important to do this task I’m a noob in this field – BIOS modding – , but, is there any kind of information of the CPU microcodes at this module??? Best regards, MiMo PC 1: Log in or Sign up. If it bricks, a new bios chip is only a few bucks it seems presuming you can just stick them in like that.
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Aug 28, Messages: Jan 22, Messages: I agree and think it’s just security check, not really flashing only acting like it, then recovering because it knows it’s modified BIOS.
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I’m asking this, because I’ve found a tool that can unpack and pack that module 1Bbut you’ve to compile it with Linux, hios I’m a windows user, I don’t know how to compile it to try it, but the developer says that you can make a cross-compile, compile in Linux for windows Can you comment on this?
That really makes me think the only hold up is getting around the check, but using non-ASUS tools to flash. Also Bkos am waiting for the posting rights to that forum so I can post to another thread.
I have not tried what you mentioned, well once I reinserted in place, replace the very last module 80h, same error when trying to flash. RenzaNov 18, SoulFire-ZNov 18, Sat Amitiol 23, 9: Can anyone tweak the bios, pretty please? SoulFire-ZNov 17, However, the bios settings weren’t reset to default, which I presume should happen when replacing bios, AND the cpu is still undetected and giving me BSOD in windows.
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The E1 module was definitely bigger as you describedand I extracted it and searched it in a hex editor, and there was no mention of AGESA. Fri Mar 15, 8: I believe similar bios can help in this quest? Do you already have an account? Define the content of the pm-notification here. Maybe Phoenix48 could offer some advice on this?
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Spam Netiquette Form other This post contains unwanted Spam. Click hereto adjust the content of the private message. That’s not cool, of Asus I think! I will try it right now, in a few minutes I tell you if this works or not, thanks again.
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I already have the latest bios. I have a question though, I read that you really need to update the AGESA section of the bios, as that’s where the real info regarding the different cpu’s is stored. This post does not match the desired netiquette of the Forum. The 1B tools bois linked are only needed if we want to edit 1B, which we don’t. No, create an account now.