How to mod an Intel bios....??

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by Zeus77, Aug 2, 2009.

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Is it possible to mod Intel bios.......??

Poll closed May 29, 2010.
  1. Its possible to mod intel bios......

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  2. Its not possible to mod intel bios........

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  1. Zeus77

    Zeus77 MDL Novice

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    Guys, I've been searchin' for a while....but dint got any answer....:confused:
    is it possible to mod an intel bios to add SLIC 2/2.1 tables....??



    thnx for ur suggestions...:)
     
  2. Zeus77

    Zeus77 MDL Novice

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    BTW.... am usin' intel DG33FB mobo.....
     
  3. Gonzo68

    Gonzo68 MDL Novice

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    what kind of bios is inside intel board ? ami, award, phoenix or whatever
     
  4. Aternus

    Aternus MDL Novice

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    I'm searching for the same answer...
    My motherboard is D945GTP :S
     
  5. Zeus77

    Zeus77 MDL Novice

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    i guess its AMI based........:confused:
     
  6. Zeus77

    Zeus77 MDL Novice

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    any expert suggestions.....????
     
  7. Zeus77

    Zeus77 MDL Novice

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    i read in some intel forum....., that new gen intel bios are AMI based.....
     
  8. Zeus77

    Zeus77 MDL Novice

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    why its so tough to mod an intel bios.....???
     
  9. joontje

    joontje MDL Novice

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    its because its bios is not a normal size.
     
  10. Zeus77

    Zeus77 MDL Novice

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    i agree.... its something... spooky:D:D:D
     
  11. joontje

    joontje MDL Novice

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    well, you have to find a way to dump the decrypted Bios file, never done such a thing but it seems the intel bios file for this board has an encryption over it with obviously is removed during the flashing.
     
  12. frwil

    frwil MDL Addicted

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    Old (before 9xx chips) Intel BIOS's were based on AMI. There's a tool to extract the AMI-rom from those old *.bio files to mod in usual AMI-modding way. New Intel BIOS's have different nature, but majority of them have Isyde block inside (sound funny). The whole *.bio file can be segmented in parts with EFI-unpacker and this will produce a few *.fd files, the one which name begins with 77... is that Insyde rom which can be opened with H20 tool, but GUI's for SLIC's parts are different from usual Insyde BIOS's, so all this needs further exploration. If to cut the beginning of that file to right offset, it can be decompressed with lzma.exe, and in decompessed file you'll find the empty SLIC table in all it's beauty, lol. What to do next i don't know really.
     
  13. Zeus77

    Zeus77 MDL Novice

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    looks like it was a bad idea to choose an intel mobo.....
     
  14. Zeus77

    Zeus77 MDL Novice

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    well u can dl intel bios is .BIO, .ISO, .ZIP N .EXE formats........ n there r no tools to mod intel bios thats a fact
     
  15. greyaburton

    greyaburton MDL Addicted

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  16. Zeus77

    Zeus77 MDL Novice

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    looks like emulation is only our hope......... if u decompress .ZIP bios file u'll get a .itk file it contain an empty SLIC table.... i guess