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#91 RE: [Guide] How to flash a modded ASUS/ASRock/Gigabyte AMI UEFI BIOS by RoadrunnerDB 18.03.2016 18:49

Fernando

Do you have an older version? UBU

Sorry for my bad English!

#92 RE: [Guide] How to flash a modded ASUS/ASRock/Gigabyte AMI UEFI BIOS by Pacman 18.03.2016 20:12

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@ RoadrunnerDB

I know nothing of SLIC, you were talking about Asrock, Instant flash & UBU, as far as i can understand, you had problems flashing the UBU modded BIOS with instant flash.
So, if you used an older version of UBU than 1.50, instant flash of course would not work.

#93 RE: [Guide] How to flash a modded ASUS/ASRock/Gigabyte AMI UEFI BIOS by Fernando 18.03.2016 20:26

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Zitat von RoadrunnerDB im Beitrag #91
Fernando
Do you have an older version? UBU
If you are searching for an older UBU version than v1.50, please look into >this< MEGA folder.

#94 RE: [Guide] How to flash a modded ASUS/ASRock/Gigabyte AMI UEFI BIOS by RoadrunnerDB 18.03.2016 20:59

@Pacman
I know that an older version does not work!

@Fernando
Thank you have the version 1.49.4 itself found.

Back to the topic!
Have tested and found that it was my fault.
Module exchange no instant flash possible.
Sorry was all in August 2015!
But a CPU microcode update works on UBU.
Instant flash process successfully!
This security check includes all modules ....
CPU patch is excluded thereof!

EDIT by Fernando: Unneeded blank lines removed (to save space)

#95 RE: [Guide] How to flash a modded ASUS/ASRock/Gigabyte AMI UEFI BIOS by variousos 25.03.2016 19:08

Hello,

I hope you can help me!
I want to mod my Mainboard (ASRock X99M Extreme4 - BIOS V 2.00) with an Ozmosis-Mod. First it seems that the flash is getting good. But than I got the message: Secure Flash Check fail
How can I fix it?

Thanks and regards

#96 RE: [Guide] How to flash a modded ASUS/ASRock/Gigabyte AMI UEFI BIOS by Fernando 25.03.2016 19:31

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@variousos:
Welcome at Win-RAID Forum!

Zitat von variousos im Beitrag #95
I want to mod my Mainboard (ASRock X99M Extreme4 - BIOS V 2.00) with an Ozmosis-Mod. First it seems that the flash is getting good. But than I got the message: Secure Flash Check fail
How can I fix it?
Run the latest UBU tool version and let it open your modded ASRock AMI Aptio V BIOS. The tool is able to remove the hidden capsule header, which is responsable for the "Secure Flash check fail!" message.
Look into the "Guide for ASRock mainboards" within the start post of this thread and read the "Update 2" part of the chapter "B. Flashing a modded AMI Aptio V UEFI BIOS".

Good luck!
Dieter (alias Fernando)

#97 RE: [Guide] How to flash a modded ASUS/ASRock/Gigabyte AMI UEFI BIOS by ex58 26.03.2016 05:45

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Zitat von variousos im Beitrag #95
Hello,

I hope you can help me!
I want to mod my Mainboard (ASRock X99M Extreme4 - BIOS V 2.00) with an Ozmosis-Mod.

You have new BIOS V. 3.00

#98 RE: [Guide] How to flash a modded ASUS/ASRock/Gigabyte AMI UEFI BIOS by laffo16 10.04.2016 17:34

Hi everyone,

I have a P8Z77-V LX motherboard I'm trying to flash with a modified bios (of 2501) with NVMe support. I have a few questions / problems.

When modding 2501 I'm unsure weather to add NvmeExpressDxE or (Nvme, NvmeSmm, NvmeInt13). Just to note, when importing the 3x modules from a Z97 bios, take the modules from a2501 bios as newer bios revisions of NvmeInt13 will receive GUID already exists when importing that module. Once I mod my cap file with MMTool, I soon realized my motherboard has no flashback USB so I'm unable to flash the bios. I then created a rom of the bios using AFU, applied new modules and saved. I tried to flash with /P /B /K and /GAN (on AFU v3.05). /P /B/ K cant write due to security, /GAN says complete but changes are not saved. I tried to rollback my bios to earliest possible version in hope that security is less, the earliest I could get was 1304 but still unable to flash with AFU or z-flash.

I will read some more, maybe I have missed something, but it's looking like I made need one of these CH341H-based SPI programmer kits to apply my modded bios?

Help or suggestions appreciated.

#99 RE: [Guide] How to flash a modded ASUS/ASRock/Gigabyte AMI UEFI BIOS by Fernando 10.04.2016 21:18

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@laffo16:
Welcome at Win-RAID Forum!

Zitat von laffo16 im Beitrag #98
When modding 2501 I'm unsure weather to add NvmeExpressDxE or (Nvme, NvmeSmm, NvmeInt13).
You will probably only need to insert the EFI module named NVMeExpressDxE.

Zitat
Once I mod my cap file with MMTool, I soon realized my motherboard has no flashback USB so I'm unable to flash the bios. I then created a rom of the bios using AFU, applied new modules and saved. I tried to flash with /P /B /K and /GAN (on AFU v3.05). /P /B/ K cant write due to security, /GAN says complete but changes are not saved.

Unfortunately I don't know a solution myself, but I hope, that anyone of our BIOS Gurus knows a solution and will give you an advice.

Good luck!
Dieter (alias Fernando)

#100 RE: [Guide] How to flash a modded ASUS/ASRock/Gigabyte AMI UEFI BIOS by lordkag 11.04.2016 00:22

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For anyone willing to test, here is a patched BUPDATER. It goes without saying that I'm not responsible for any damages you may suffer. It is based on Asus BUPDATER 1.30.

It is offered for those with Asus boards (with or without USB BIOS Flashback) that get a "Security Verification Failed" on any BIOS modding. Mod your BIOS as usual, flash with the attached file from DOS, attach any feedback you can offer. I'm interested in the errors - exact message, screenshot is recommended. It probable will work, but I'm just testing an idea at the moment. Test only if you have a way to recover or you are not afraid of messing with patched files.

Edit: Also attached 1.31 modded and renamed as original for keeping with DOS short names. Please try with 1.30 first if your board is supported. If your board needs to restart for updating, chances are the signature is processed by your current UEFI firmware (on BIOS chip), thus any patch outside it is useless. And for patching the existing firmware you need a programmer in the first place, which makes the need for patching useless. Still, if someone has a programmer, but wants to avoid using it all the time, I can look into it.

#101 RE: [Guide] How to flash a modded ASUS/ASRock/Gigabyte AMI UEFI BIOS by Aljoscha 13.04.2016 17:01

hello and maybe you can help me i bought an intel xeon e5 2696 v2 for only a few Dollars so now the Problem i got my bios (newest 3.30 for asrock x79 extreme11) don`t got microcode for the cpu i checked up with the tool you post in this thread the newest microcode in bios is from 2013 the cpu was manufactured in 2014 where to get the microcode for it or do you got a file that is Able to integrate in my bios with the tool i am down to the ground search for 48 h the web and nothing to get .......

#102 RE: [Guide] How to flash a modded ASUS or ASRock AMI UEFI BIOS by plutomaniac 13.04.2016 17:12

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@ Aljoscha:

The latest microcode we have for that cpu seems to be cpu000306E4_platED_ver00000428_date#29-05-2014. Use UBU to update it.

#103 RE: [Guide] How to flash a modded ASUS or ASRock AMI UEFI BIOS by Aljoscha 13.04.2016 17:26

ok how to do it can you upload the file so i only have to insert it with mmtool?

#104 RE: [Guide] How to flash a modded ASUS or ASRock AMI UEFI BIOS by plutomaniac 13.04.2016 17:36

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It's a lot easier to do it with UBU and it will also remove all the other older 306E4 microcodes from the SPI image. I have attached the microcode either way.

#105 RE: [Guide] How to flash a modded ASUS or ASRock AMI UEFI BIOS by Aljoscha 13.04.2016 17:46

ok bios is patched now Comes the test.........:)

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