Asus Z77-A BIOS PMPatch. Anybody done a PMPatch ?

Discussion in 'BIOS Mods' started by dijitalxyz, Aug 17, 2014.

  1. dijitalxyz

    dijitalxyz MDL Novice

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    Just wondering if anybody had used the "PMPatch" tool and have any input on this matter.

    I need modded SLIC2.1 and PMPatch
    hXXp://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/LGA1155/Z77-A/Z77-A-ASUS-0805.zip
    Z77-A BIOS 0805
     
  2. dijitalxyz

    dijitalxyz MDL Novice

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    thank you sir :)
    You are amazing
     
  3. tnx

    tnx MDL Expert

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    Link no good for me..

    Can you give make and model of board ?

    Yes, I saw it was Asus...
     
  4. dijitalxyz

    dijitalxyz MDL Novice

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    I need MODED BIOS for MAC install
    what is diffrents
    osx and win7 slic
     
  5. tnx

    tnx MDL Expert

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    Ones chalk and the other is cheese..

    The SLIC is to activate Win 7 by OEM

    The PMPatch tool is for addressing a power issue MAC's have. Or none MAC motherboards have. Gigabyte boards are the way to go to build a custom hackintosh, or so "tonymacx86" tells us.
     
  6. dijitalxyz

    dijitalxyz MDL Novice

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    I want enhance the hardware compatibility with Mac OSX
    I have asus z77-a
     
  7. tnx

    tnx MDL Expert

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    I have downloaded the very latest BIOS for that board.

    I ran it through the newer UEFIPatching tool. It is actually easy to use. Download the version you want, I am on Win x64.
    Drop the BIOS.cap file onto the tool and it does everything by it's self.
    It makes a new file "BIOS".CAP.PATCHED" ---- ( "BIOS" would be the actual name of the bios file)

    You open it properties and delete the .patched bit just to leave the .CAP extension on the end.

    I used the Pheonex tool to add Asus SLIC2.1 in the Dynamic way.

    I would suggest to you to download these tools and mod your own BIOS.
    I only do my own then I have nobody else to blame if owt goes wrong.

    I would advise to update to the latest BIOS version using the original Asus BIOS before modding it. Then you know all is well and running smooth.

    On my Sabertooth Z77 there is a simple BIOS flash back procedure to update the BIOS.

    When I modded my own BIOS the other week I made sure I had two USB sticks. One with an unmodded BIOS file and one with the modded BIOS file.

    Just incase.

    I used the HP Format tool to format my USB drives to FAT32

    I used the Asus renamer tool to re-name the modded BIOS file to the correct name for using the BIOS Flash Back.

    I would have a read up on the Asus site before bios flashing.
     
  8. dijitalxyz

    dijitalxyz MDL Novice

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    :)
    I don't newbie
    I have anyprogrammer and wrieting tool and chips
    I need only soft :)
    I can do it with backup every systems upgrade
    I can help any hardware tips
    I have more pcs and sat receivers (NAS, MODEM,routers,IMAC G5 OLDESTONE, WIFIs, USB,hdds, )
     
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    dijitalxyz MDL Novice

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    I patched 805 BIOS
    Is anyone needed
    3 day later I can tested

    How can I test ?
    What is changed
    how can I see any differency
     
  10. tnx

    tnx MDL Expert

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    Install MAC OS X and see how it runs. I don't know of a tool which is similar to the SLICToolKit which shows if the BIOS holds SLIC info.

    If you find more info on this post it, I would be interested in that.