Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by bennyboy, Jun 27, 2008.
you know that a bad flash in AWARD bios is "one way ticket"?!!
if someone here fail he MUST use his warranty
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Can this GUI be done for winxp oem bios especially HP oem?
Is there any update for this tool recently?
It is more efficient to manual mod an award bios these days..This tool never was an asset to have around..IMHO anyway..
Keep an eye out for a tool from AndyP..Who knows what may be around the corner..But it promises to be interesting..
Could you explain in what sense this tool is less efficient than a manual mod?
I used this tool for a few bios. Is there any reason why I should redo them manually? Does the bios produced by this tool (assuming it works) run worse than a bios made by manual mod?
First, if the bios works, you can leave it. There is no guarantee the tool will work for newer versions of the same bios.Here is a simple reason why:
It is mainly ISA mods which do not work with new gigabyte boards, and a lot of recent other brands. Any bios that has ISA as AHCI module it will break, the last resort mod is hinkey at best..This tool is old...
AndyP is due to release a tool that will put this where it needs to be..Keep your eyes open in the next couple of days.
When I say less efficient than manual mod, these are what I mean. The options are limited with this tool, when all that is working in the recent past for us is SSv3, 0+2, OEM, dynamic mods, and modified SSv1 mods. None of these are possible with this tool.
ISA is a thing of the past for new boards, I'm afraid. This was the easiest to realize, as it required no knowledge of the bios structure...this has changed drastically
The file >BIOS Patcher.exe< is updated. The current MD5 is: