You must log in or sign up to post here. Tue May 08, 1: Yes, I have tried like that and many variants that way as well. A message box will pop up that says “You can now make manual alterations to any module in the DUMP directory”. Leave this message up, don’t click OK, yet. Zitat von Fernando im Beitrag 2 ElMariachi: In the Phoenix tool, click on Advanced and check the following:
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Search in the DUMP folder to find the respective modules. Zitat von Fernando im Beitrag 2 ElMariachi: As we don’t intend slic injection here, it’s important to tell someone who doesn’t know the tool, yet to disable the slic injectionbecause otherwise Phoenix Tool will ask you for some data and files that you neither have nor need, thus making further progress in the tool’s GUI impossible.
Maybe Phoenixtool can do that, not sure about it. Hello This is a little bit of an odd request for this forum but if anyone knows how to do it, it would be you guys.
Hello Bugger Vance, this bios is very special – yes. If you’d like to throw money at your screen, we’d kindly ask you to pnoenixtool donating to a charity of your choice instead.
Is Qflash giving you error when trying to flash? So, after almost a full 8-hour day of working on this I finally figured it out. Your name or email address: Nov 14, 2 0 0.
The oct zip worked. Aside from hex edit, since I am not sure how to re-correct internal checksums post hex.
Connect your device to your computer. What do you think about what I’ve done here?
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New MCs are inside, but checksum couldn’t updated by cbrom or phoenixtool v Usually, you just replace the last module in the bios to force cbrom to recalculate the checksum as the last step but there is no module showing up in this Bios Aug Fixes custom offsets v2 7. Would it be safe to flash this BIOS? Since the use of Andyp’s Phoenix Tool seems to be the only option for some users to get the Option ROM modules of their mainboard BIOS updated, it would be great, if someone would start a new thread with a short guide about how to do it.
Phoenix Tool finished this process showing no errors at all, so it seems to have worked fine.
Tue May 08, 1: I just need someone to help me replace it with the modded one and then repackage the BIOS without making any other mods. Mar 3, 1 0 0. Tue May 08, 7: This will be a backup motherboard. Portal Forum Login Register Donation. Regarding the Phoenix Tool version you probably are right. Thanks for the comments, and trying to help both of you!
MiesMosel Show info Posts:. So no danger in trying and you will know if it is OK or not. I used WinHex but any hex editor should do. This post does not match the desired netiquette of the Forum.
Mine automatically detected the ‘startup. Click hereto adjust the content of the private message. I only got one chance.