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chiefrocker
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    • Perfect!

      I've uploaded the files modded with MMTools 4.50.0.23 and UEFITools 025v and the reports generated by MMTools 4.50.0.23.
      It seems both the modifications do have the exact same result. At least both roms do have the exact same md5sum.
      But I'll try out both and when they work, I'll post a new thread >Here< including a tutorial using MMTools including all the details.

      I'll order the brand new chips tomorrow and check if they work next weekend.

    • It seems that AMI doesn't want me to get my hands on the MMTool. At least I can't find a downloadlink and it seems that

      Zitat
      The links to the "AMI Aptio UEFI MMTool v4.50.0.23" have been removed upon demand of American Megatrends Inc. (AMI)

      The new UEFITool_NE_A40.exe does not let me insert the NvmExpressDxE_2.ffs. I guess it's because of the errors shown.

      Here are my plans:
      1. I'll give the BIOS I've modified with the old UEFITool.exe a shot.
      2. If somehow magically some wizard (;-)) sends me the MMTools I'll try that as well.

      I won't update the chip on my board, but buy a premodified BIOS-Chip. Therefore I'll send the modified bios-software to some service who mails me (physically) the premodified bios-chips with the modified bios on them.
      So in this case if the modding fails, I do have an unmodified backup-bios-chip and won't be stuck without a working machine.

      I'll report when I've tested everything.

      Any ideas/objections before i buy those chips?

      Thanks for the great support by the way. I'm really amazed how helpful some people are these days.

    • Ok, now it's getting weird.

      I've opened the original BIOS-File (P8H67-ASUS-3801.ROM) with the up to date UEFITool_NE_A40.exe and before I've started modding, these messages showed up:

      parseFileHeader: file alignment 10h is greater than parent volume alignment 8h
      parseFileHeader: file alignment 10h is greater than parent volume alignment 8h
      parseRawArea: one of volumes inside overlaps the end of data
      parseFileHeader: file alignment 10h is greater than parent volume alignment 8h

      But the file should be fine since i've downloaded it directly rom ASUS (http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/LGA1...7-ASUS-3801.zip) and extracted the zip.

      Any help is much appreciated ;-).

    • Hi there

      I'm trying to mod the BIOS of a ASUS P8H67 to support my Samsung 960EVO M2-SSD properly.
      So I followed the steps in this finde tutorial very carefully.

      But right after "3. Insertion of the NVMe module" before saving I get a:
      "parseBios: one of volumes inside overlaps the end of data"

      Despite this, all seems to be fine and the screenshots are exactly the same like the ones posted in the tutorial.

      Any idea i if this may cause problems or what I've done wrong and how to do it right? Thanks in advance!

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