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#46 RE: [Guide] Transfer of specific Intel VBIOS settings by using Intels BMP tool by borgi2014 12.09.2015 21:44

Hi
i want to update the VBIOS in this BIOS B85M%20Pro4(2.40)ROM

Can you tell me if i do this.

Sorry for the bad English

Thank You

#47 RE: [Guide] Transfer of specific Intel VBIOS settings by using Intels BMP tool by jordanpchome 29.09.2015 11:01

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Zitat von SoniX im Beitrag #31
Zitat von zt3 im Beitrag #30
Flashed without any problem.



Congratulations. :)



Please help me
I encountered such a situation after the update VBIOS

After updating intel VBIOS LucidLogix Virtu MVP show Lost License

#48 RE: [Guide] Transfer of specific Intel VBIOS settings by using Intels BMP tool by nwwt 09.10.2015 00:46

Looks like there's a password on the VBIOS_and_BSF.rar that's on RGHost, which I can't find anywhere.

Also, could you please expand upon what you mean with:

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Settings VBT OROM VBIOS Haswell-Broadvell versions 1025 - 1028 coincide with versions 1029 - 1038, except BSF-scripts. But the transfer of settings is always one to one.



These versions also have the mark

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* - transfer VBT 1-in-1



in the docx. I can't figure out what either of this exactly means for upgrading.

In my case I have Haswell-Broadwell 1028 – can I upgrade to 1039? If I apply the transfer.ssf I extracted (from a Gigabyte M1.Sniper M5 T01 bios) I get a bunch of red books (with yellow pen) if I apply it to both the 1028 and 1039 files as found in your archive.

Don't those red books in BMP simply mean that it has applied a setting it found in transfer.ssf in a way that altered the default? Does your

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Be sure to check all settings, is nowhere to be alert or red entries.



mean there should never be such red book icons?

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My transfer.ssf: mediafire

#49 RE: [Guide] Transfer of specific Intel VBIOS settings by using Intels BMP tool by SoniX 09.10.2015 02:03

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@ nwwt
Password for file "VBIOS_and_BSF.rar" on RGHost - vbios
Send an original VBIOS.

#50 RE: [Guide] Transfer of specific Intel VBIOS settings by using Intels BMP tool by nwwt 09.10.2015 02:11

Thanks, I did notice that the same file on SendSpace doesn't have a password and just took the files from it.

As for my other questions, I kind of answered them myself by flashing the modded bios to my mainboard's backup bios chip – and it works! GPU-Z still reports "BIOS version 1028" when booted for the main bios chip, but now "1039" when booted from the backup chip.

Thanks for your guide!

edit: One more question though – is there a changelog somewhere that shows what changed between the versions?

#51 RE: [Guide] Transfer of specific Intel VBIOS settings by using Intels BMP tool by SoniX 09.10.2015 11:49

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Collection OROM VBIOS and BSF added Skylake v1026-1029.

#52 RE: [Guide] Transfer of specific Intel VBIOS settings by using Intels BMP tool by gpvecchi 12.10.2015 22:28

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For Z170, do I have to use Uefitool to extract the vbios, right? Does someone know in which module is it, please? Thanks!

#53 RE: [Guide] Transfer of specific Intel VBIOS settings by using Intels BMP tool by softhive 22.10.2015 14:23

Hello! Having my Sandybridge VBIOS update from v2104 to 2170 I got a problem with panel fitting algorithm (scaling of screen resolutions in DOS became narrow) since version 2120 or higher. According to Release Notes 2120 "Please refer to VBIOS SPS for changes to System BIOS INT15 hook 5F34 and INT10 function 5f61", I've found the "5F34h - Set Panel Fitting Hook" option enabled in my VBIOS settings. Is it safe to disable this option to allow BMP default settings without System Bios errors or crashing?

PS: Solved with disabled hook.

#54 RE: [Guide] Transfer of specific Intel VBIOS settings by using Intels BMP tool by Ludolf 25.10.2015 15:02

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UBU found two instances for OROM VBIOS:
-OROM VBIOS Sandy/Ivy Bridge - 2119
-OROM VBIOS Sandy/Ivy Bridge - 2111
-EFI GOP Driver - Not present

I updated the first one from 2108 to 2119, it is device ID 102 (as expected).
With MMTool i extracted the second OROM, it has the size 0FAC (=4012), DevID 106 (mobile? Its a desktop mobo). Ideas?

#55 RE: [Guide] Transfer of specific Intel VBIOS settings by using Intels BMP tool by SoniX 28.10.2015 01:36

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Zitat von gpvecchi im Beitrag #52
For Z170, do I have to use Uefitool to extract the vbios, right? Does someone know in which module is it, please? Thanks!

To extract the poll can use MMTool.
But for replacements UEFITool.

#56 RE: [Guide] Transfer of specific Intel VBIOS settings by using Intels BMP tool by SoniX 28.10.2015 01:40

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Zitat von Ludolf im Beitrag #54
UBU found two instances for OROM VBIOS:
-OROM VBIOS Sandy/Ivy Bridge - 2119
-OROM VBIOS Sandy/Ivy Bridge - 2111
-EFI GOP Driver - Not present

I updated the first one from 2108 to 2119, it is device ID 102 (as expected).
With MMTool i extracted the second OROM, it has the size 0FAC (=4012), DevID 106 (mobile? Its a desktop mobo). Ideas?


It is possible the BIOS? And what processor (SNB or IVB)?

#57 RE: [Guide] Transfer of specific Intel VBIOS settings by using Intels BMP tool by Ludolf 28.10.2015 11:38

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It has Sandy Brindge, Q67 Express Chipset, DVI- and DP-Connector. No option in BIOS for GPU-switching, only internal and/or PCI-graphics.

#58 RE: [Guide] Transfer of specific Intel VBIOS settings by using Intels BMP tool by SoniX 28.10.2015 15:06

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Zitat von Ludolf im Beitrag #57
It has Sandy Brindge, Q67 Express Chipset, DVI- and DP-Connector. No option in BIOS for GPU-switching, only internal and/or PCI-graphics.

Attach BIOS file, please.

#59 RE: [Guide] Transfer of specific Intel VBIOS settings by using Intels BMP tool by Ludolf 28.10.2015 15:30

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Here you are: ftp://ftp.ts.fujitsu.com/pub/Mainboard-O...1.12.0.SR.8.ZIP

Bios file has ending .upd or .rom. It is the original, unchanged file from manufacturer.

#60 RE: [Guide] Transfer of specific Intel VBIOS settings by using Intels BMP tool by SoniX 28.10.2015 19:11

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@ Ludolf

What DevID display the GPU-Z or AIDA64?

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