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#46 RE: [Guide] Enhanced BIOS Modding of Award BIOSes by davidm71 18.02.2018 07:11

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@SummoneR

Hi,

Reading your guide has given me a few good ideas to solve a problem I have been having with an Award 6.0 bios for an old X58 Evga E759 boardI have been modding for fun. Basically I used Cbrom to include a logo file and after flashing it showed up once on the screen but never again after. Probably the setup program is disabling it. The option to show a boot logo via a menu item in the setup menu was something that they use to support in older bios releases but they removed it. I actually found the option ‘Full screen logo enable/disable’ in the E758 model using Modbin6 but would like to tranfer that setting and add it to my current latest bios option. Is this possible?

Thanks

Also I know its an old board but have fond memories

#47 RE: [Guide] Enhanced BIOS Modding of Award BIOSes by Lost_N_BIOS 01.08.2018 08:12

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Thanks @felix for this link to @Modfreakz utility package - https://www.sendspace.com/file/0rwb97

Mirrors
https://nofile.io/f/voC51m70v2V/ModFreakz_Utilities.rar
https://ufile.io/6f44m

#48 RE: [Guide] Enhanced BIOS Modding of Award BIOSes by pipes80 15.09.2018 17:53

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In phoenix/award bios, motherboard nforce 790 ultra sli.
What can slow navigation in the BIOS setup pages?
Same problem in scrolling system BIOS pages within the award BIOS editor program, in the bios of the Asus striker II Extreme does not happen

#49 RE: [Guide] Enhanced BIOS Modding of Award BIOSes by pipes80 19.09.2018 13:39

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Zitat von pipes80 im Beitrag #48
In phoenix/award bios, motherboard nforce 790 ultra sli.
What can slow navigation in the BIOS setup pages?
Same problem in scrolling system BIOS pages within the award BIOS editor program, in the bios of the Asus striker II Extreme does not happen


no help or one solution?

#50 RE: [Guide] Enhanced BIOS Modding of Award BIOSes by pipes80 19.09.2018 13:43

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who can enhanced this bios bios?

#51 RE: [Guide] Enhanced BIOS Modding of Award BIOSes by Lost_N_BIOS 20.09.2018 05:49

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@pipes80 - in the actual BIOS, I think USB/PS2 driver within the BIOS can cause laggy navigation, but I'm sure there are many other factors that can do it too.

As for Award BIOS editor, that could be version you are using, some versions work much better on certain BIOS than others. What do you need done on the BIOS above?
That BIOS opens and navigates fine for me in ABE 1.02 (build date Jan/27/2007-10:15:59) - if you need this package let me know I will send you PM

#52 RE: [Guide] Enhanced BIOS Modding of Award BIOSes by pipes80 20.09.2018 12:13

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I think you're right that it is the fault of the usb, I think in the bios asus striker II extreme this does not happen.
Now I find it difficult to boast the card with connected USB devices, trying with the multimeter known that once loaded the first post of the bios, the usb voltage will discard from 5.04 initial volts to 4.92 volts.
Besides, I noticed that in the award bios editor software, the bios xfx / evga and zotac are slow to open the system bios cards, something that does not happen in the asus bios

#53 RE: [Guide] Enhanced BIOS Modding of Award BIOSes by Lost_N_BIOS 20.09.2018 12:32

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maybe some USB Fuse is going bad? That's not a big fluctuation though, maybe not a voltage issue.
On ABE and different brand BIOS, yes some will always feel different in there, depending on how they are made, but also version change may help too, I have 3-4 version and always try to open in other versions if one seems off with certain BIOS.

#54 RE: [Guide] Enhanced BIOS Modding of Award BIOSes by pipes80 20.09.2018 12:37

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i can put asus bios, it has 8 phase vs 6 phase of my board.
no look capicitor fuse or other but smd is true hard to know
I have try many bios and it's same problem, boot without usb plug and after no boot with usb plug
I will think to change all elettrolitic capacitor with solid state capacitor, as this board: https://www.evga.com/articles/425.asp

#55 RE: [Guide] Enhanced BIOS Modding of Award BIOSes by Lost_N_BIOS 20.09.2018 12:49

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Yes, USB Fuse is usually tiny flat rectangle SMD, they do go bad but usually that is either working or not 100%

#56 RE: [Guide] Enhanced BIOS Modding of Award BIOSes by pipes80 21.09.2018 13:05

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Less slow with ps/2 keyboard, use adapter, but always slow, i think the problem is at system bios

#57 RE: [Guide] Enhanced BIOS Modding of Award BIOSes by Lost_N_BIOS 21.09.2018 16:46

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It may be. Did you test older and new BIOS to see if always the same? Have you tried other USB KB, especially not wireless one if you're normally using a wireless UBS KB?

#58 RE: [Guide] Enhanced BIOS Modding of Award BIOSes by pipes80 21.09.2018 17:04

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Yes same problem.
The card I was trying on a wooden floor so I guess zero grounding, I think it went short for that not always worked and stayed with FF in the LCD post.
The card I was trying on a wooden floor so I guess zero grounding, I think it went short for that not always worked and stayed with FF in the LCD post.
Thx for help bomber!

#59 RE: [Guide] Enhanced BIOS Modding of Award BIOSes by Lost_N_BIOS 21.09.2018 17:20

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Wood floor can't short out, it's wood, unless you shorted out on a nail in the wooden floor

#60 RE: [Guide] Enhanced BIOS Modding of Award BIOSes by pipes80 21.09.2018 17:47

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I used steel spacers
And the feeder was separated from everything else, so the grounding was not there

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