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5yt6tiut7
Posts: 3 | Last online: 05.19.2017
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    • 5yt6tiut7 has written a new post "[Guide] Recover from failed BIOS flash using Raspberry PI" 05.19.2017

      Hello
      Thanks for your help, turns out there was a fault at the command line because i didnt followed it right.
      I did succeded in flashing the bios, but i had a few questions since it didnt work at all.
      So, i wanna ask a question, if the file i downloaded from tbe website is in file format which is not in .rom format, what do i do?
      -Flash the file directly
      -Cconvert to .rom file using UEFItool on a PC.
      I did the second method and theres no post/boot on both of my motherboards.
      I just thought of this which caused me failed fixing both of the motherboards.

    • 5yt6tiut7 has written a new post "[Guide] Recover from failed BIOS flash using Raspberry PI" 05.16.2017

      Yes, the bios is soldered to the board.
      Yes, my JSPI1 is 9 pin and i connected only 8 of them. (1-8)
      Yes, i erased the bios using the RasPI.
      No, i didnt connect the JSPI1 with resistors.

    • 5yt6tiut7 has written a new post "[Guide] Recover from failed BIOS flash using Raspberry PI" 05.15.2017

      Hello Pacman, can you elaborate more on the WP pin of JSPI1?
      I have a MSI 970A-G43 motherboard with Winbond W25Q64 which I assume that it is write protected.
      I can't flash a bios inside it because every single time I try, it tells me that no SPI devices were assigned/connected something like that.
      Then I proceeded with clearing the corrupted bios, which worked well.
      Now the motherboard is like a piece paper waiting for me to write a bios inside it.

      So, my questions are the following below.
      Is there some sort of jumper to clear the write protection and things like that?
      Or just disconnecting the WP jumper will make the bios pass?

      Any advice would be great!
      Thanks in advance.
      Sorry for bad English, not my native language.

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