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#76 RE: [Guide] How to extract/insert/replace EFI BIOS modules by using the UEFITool by cyanno 05.12.2019 21:52

@Lost_n_BIOS,

of course it is not possible to memorize eveything, just for your info:The Beginners Guide to Using a CH341A SPI Programmer/Flasher , Post #96! -> UP0104 is a converter, cannot be programmed.

But the BIOS on the bricked board is probably modded and flashed correctly. We will see!

#77 RE: [Guide] How to extract/insert/replace EFI BIOS modules by using the UEFITool by Lost_N_BIOS 06.12.2019 05:26

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@cyanno - Thanks, I see the post now So, why didn't you just solder that UP0104 back into it's original place?

#78 RE: [Guide] How to extract/insert/replace EFI BIOS modules by using the UEFITool by cyanno 06.12.2019 09:06

@Lost_N_BIOS, just in the beginning, I tried so many time to get a connection between the UP0104 and the CH341A clip that I probably destroyed one leg of the UP0104, at least the pc was not working anymore. I just desoldered it afterwards, and now I´m waiting for the spare UP0104!

#79 RE: [Guide] How to extract/insert/replace EFI BIOS modules by using the UEFITool by Lost_N_BIOS 06.12.2019 09:40

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Well, it was not working before too though, correct? But yes, if you could see you destroyed a leg then nothing to do but replace, hopefully they'll arrive soon as your solder session will go smoothly

#80 RE: [Guide] How to extract/insert/replace EFI BIOS modules by using the UEFITool by KedarWolf 19.12.2019 00:09

Can I use the add absent EFI module to say add a GOP module to an Asus Z390 BIOS that doesn't have it natively? I think one of the connectors on the backplate can use an adapter to output to a second screen if you do this.

The BIOS I mean is the Maximus XI Apex and Maximus XI Gene 1301 BIOS's.

I had a request for that mod, I just want to make sure it's actually feasable.

#81 RE: [Guide] How to extract/insert/replace EFI BIOS modules by using the UEFITool by Lost_N_BIOS 19.12.2019 04:50

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Yes, that may work, it would be similar to inserting NVME Mod, but you may need to adjust BIOS settings (hidden or not), or vBIOS/GOP settings, for the other display output to be active
It may just need some hidden BIOS setting changed, without any modules added

#82 RE: [Guide] How to extract/insert/replace EFI BIOS modules by using the UEFITool by KedarWolf 19.12.2019 06:53

Zitat von Lost_N_BIOS im Beitrag #81
Yes, that may work, it would be similar to inserting NVME Mod, but you may need to adjust BIOS settings (hidden or not), or vBIOS/GOP settings, for the other display output to be active
It may just need some hidden BIOS setting changed, without any modules added


Yes, correction, it HAS a GOP module, I just need to figure out how to make the option visible in the BIOS I think.

#83 RE: [Guide] How to extract/insert/replace EFI BIOS modules by using the UEFITool by Lost_N_BIOS 19.12.2019 06:59

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If it has GOP (UEFI Boot), then probably has vBIOS too (For legacy boot), both you can edit with Intel BMP if needed.
If you need BIOS menu edit, let me know motherboard and BIOS version, I will look and then let you know (probably ask you for image of xxx section of BIOS etc), then I can edit for you.

#84 RE: [Guide] How to extract/insert/replace EFI BIOS modules by using the UEFITool by KedarWolf 19.12.2019 07:17

Zitat von Lost_N_BIOS im Beitrag #83
If it has GOP (UEFI Boot), then probably has vBIOS too (For legacy boot), both you can edit with Intel BMP if needed.
If you need BIOS menu edit, let me know motherboard and BIOS version, I will look and then let you know (probably ask you for image of xxx section of BIOS etc), then I can edit for you.


Asus Maximux XI Apex and Maximus XI Gene 1302 BIOS's.

#85 RE: [Guide] How to extract/insert/replace EFI BIOS modules by using the UEFITool by Lost_N_BIOS 19.12.2019 08:45

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What kind of setting are you looking to find? You'll have to explain a bit more if you do not know the exact name, because I really didn't understand what you were trying to say above in your short comment (use an adapter to output to a second screen)?

#86 RE: [Guide] How to extract/insert/replace EFI BIOS modules by using the UEFITool by KedarWolf 19.12.2019 18:58

Zitat von Lost_N_BIOS im Beitrag #83
If it has GOP (UEFI Boot), then probably has vBIOS too (For legacy boot), both you can edit with Intel BMP if needed.
If you need BIOS menu edit, let me know motherboard and BIOS version, I will look and then let you know (probably ask you for image of xxx section of BIOS etc), then I can edit for you.
Asus Maximux XI Apex and Maximus XI Gene 1302 BIOS's.

Apparently you can output with a USB-C to Display Port cable but I think you have to enable the hidden option in BIOS to enable the on-board graphics. I don't actually have my Apex running at the moment to see if that option is hidden or not but I think it is and you can't enable on-board graphics.

I'm asking because someone else has requested the BIOS's.

#87 RE: [Guide] How to extract/insert/replace EFI BIOS modules by using the UEFITool by Lost_N_BIOS 20.12.2019 09:18

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@KedarWolf - What do you think that kind of setting would be named, or in what section? Did you look through the IFR's from setup? I've never seen anything like a "USB-Display" setting, so wouldn't recognize it's name probably.

I looked at every setting with USB, DP, and Display in it's name, nothing looked related to anything you mentioned. What motherboard from this brand and series has this option enabled by default, maybe I can see it that way?

#88 RE: [Guide] How to extract/insert/replace EFI BIOS modules by using the UEFITool by pkslowk 25.03.2020 15:33

Actually i am new in this field Can someone help me, where should i get all driver. to replace.

thanks in advance.

#89 RE: [Guide] How to extract/insert/replace EFI BIOS modules by using the UEFITool by Fernando 25.03.2020 15:44

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Zitat von pkslowk im Beitrag #88
Can someone help me, where should i get all driver. to replace.
The best and easiest way is tu run the UBU tool. The related guide and the download links are within the start post of >here<.
If you want get a specific BIOS module, please search for it within the matching thread of >this< Sub-Forum.

#90 RE: [Guide] How to extract/insert/replace EFI BIOS modules by using the UEFITool by pkslowk 25.03.2020 15:48

with Hp 640 g1 many dxe files are showing i am confused which dxe should i replace can anyone help me.
here i my dump Hp 640 g1

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