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#16 RE: Asus Z77 Sabertooth BIOS update and modification project : Successful first step by woofer 25.05.2017 17:36

It's the same with Jeff

#17 RE: Asus Z77 Sabertooth BIOS update and modification project : Successful first step by Fernando 25.05.2017 19:07

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Zitat von woofer im Beitrag #16
It's the same with Jeff
Maybe it is the same problem.
Just to make it as clear as possible:
1. If you want to flash an original (=untouched) BIOS, you can use the standard BIOS flashing procedure, but you should not rename the BIOS file, not even the extension of it.
2. If you have modified the AMI UEFI BIOS of an ASUS mainboard in any way, you have
a) to rename it according the ASUS rules and
b) to flash it by using the ASUS USB Flashback feature.

#18 RE: Asus Z77 Sabertooth BIOS update and modification project : Successful first step by woofer 27.05.2017 00:10

thx Dieter (alias Fernando) & Elchi, you are my heros of the Week!!!



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#19 RE: Asus Z77 Sabertooth BIOS update and modification project : Successful first step by Zesp 28.09.2018 08:55

I sent a message to OP. I too have Z77 with 2104 version of BIOS. That version was last released by ASUS in Aug 2013. I was hoping to get modded BIOS.

I read somewhere that Samsung 960 series can boot with legacy bios (due to the samsung controllers). Is this true?

#20 RE: Asus Z77 Sabertooth BIOS update and modification project : Successful first step by Lost_N_BIOS 28.09.2018 09:43

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You only need to follow this guide - [Guide] How to get full NVMe support for all Systems with an AMI UEFI BIOS
Z77 Sabertooth has UEFI BIOS not legacy, so you should be good following the guide

#21 RE: Asus Z77 Sabertooth BIOS update and modification project : Successful first step by Grizz 25.02.2021 09:30

Hi @Fernando and @Elchi

I just joined today, with hopes of receiving the modded Sabertooth Z77 BIOS file from either of you - since I am not allowed to send either of you messages

I did in fact read the guide posted by @Fernando, but I am unable to download the latest unmodified BIOS from ASUS (I guess they gave up supporting these old boards)

Would either of you please message me the modified BIOS, I would be very grateful. Thanks!

Regards
Grizz

#22 RE: Asus Z77 Sabertooth BIOS update and modification project : Successful first step by Fernando 25.02.2021 10:33

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@Grizz: Welcome to the Win-RAID Forum!

Zitat von Grizz im Beitrag #21
I am unable to download the latest unmodified BIOS from ASUS (I guess they gave up supporting these old boards)
Contrary to you I found an ASUS link to the original BIOS 2104. >Here< is it.
Now you should be able to modify it according to >this< guide. Don't expect a ready modded BIOS from my side. I didn't write the step-by-step guide with the intention to do the work myself.
Good luck!
Dieter (alias Fernando)

#23 RE: Asus Z77 Sabertooth BIOS update and modification project : Successful first step by Grizz 25.02.2021 10:59

Thanks Fernando!

I followed a few locations, it seems ASUS DE (Germany) still has the file.

Appreciate the assistance!

#24 RE: Asus Z77 Sabertooth BIOS update and modification project : Successful first step by onuracengiz 25.02.2021 12:23

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I can confirm that.either product pictures,files and even entire support pages of products keep disappearing.if i have to guess,Asus is moving files to new servers or something like that.who knows
scroll down,click on region and change it to global then manually search for product from support section

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