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Eccentricity
Posts: 2 | Last online: 01.19.2017
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    • Perfect! I'll have a look tonight, thanks for the info!

    • Hello!

      How can I tell if the BIOS I flashed has the modifications I made? I want to ensure the BIOS is at least working before I buy an NVMe drive.

      I have a GA-Z87X-UD3H. I took the F10b BIOS, ran it through UBU, updated everything and saved it out, then injected the non-compressed NVMeExpressDxE.ffs and saved that out. I then rebooted into the current BIOS and used Q-Fflash to flash the modified BIOS.

      Since Gigabyte boards have DualBIOS, I'm not entirely sure if the flash worked or if the backup BIOS kicked in. Since I went from F10b to F10b, I'm not sure if I'm running the new BIOS. Is there an easy way to tell? Can I modify the internal version number or something else to identify that I am indeed running the modified BIOS? Thanks for any help!

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