Discussion in 'BIOS Mods' started by trodas, Jul 28, 2015.
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Normally this is an easy task.
You don't need a donator bios, the cpu-microcodes are available from Intel.
I updated/added microcode with simply copy/paste in hex-editor. The microcode is never compressed or encrypted. You can use the tool "intelmicrocodelist.exe", which can search and display intel-microcode in all(?) bioses. It shows also the offset and size (in hex-code), so it is easy to replace parts of microcode.
You will find few microcodes. Some boards only have two codes (laptops), other more then ten - and size of some code differs, that explains the different sizes of the microcode-part in bios.