How to Use New Phoenix Bios Mod Tool to Modify Phoenix/Dell/Insyde/EFI Bios Files

Discussion in 'BIOS Mods' started by Busykid508, Nov 30, 2009.

  1. sf2

    sf2 MDL Novice

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    Thanks, I looked at the manual a number of times and never saw P8H61MLC.ROM

    I tried renaming the image I had and also downloaded a fresh copy of the version it was at. It never even does any reads on the flash drive when I power it on.

    I also tried the name APTC015.ROM to see if that made any difference but it didn't.
     
  2. dabone

    dabone MDL Novice

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    The tutorial worked like a charm for a HP dv7-2160us. I had to generate a rw report, and it flashed just fine.

    THANKS!

    later,
    dabone
     
  3. ga

    ga MDL Novice

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    I have an Acer InsydeH2O bios I've opened up with the tool, and all the modules displayed properly. However, I'm confused about how to disable AMD Cool N Quiet in the BIOS (or at least to show the Advanced menu so it can be changed). What do I need to change in order to do this?
     
  4. cyberbot

    cyberbot MDL Senior Member

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    is it possibly to disable computer trace for Dell with moding the BIOS?
    if yes where i can find this option on the BIOS?

    thank you
     
  5. Boggartfly

    Boggartfly MDL Novice

    Aug 30, 2012
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    Hi i have an HP Pavillion dv6 6154tx. I cant edit the bios.

    The bios in an insyde. Its file is in BIN format. I can't seem to read it to edit it.

    Thanks..
     
  6. Boggartfly

    Boggartfly MDL Novice

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    Anyone care to reply eh??
    Common guys...
     
  7. PlutoNash

    PlutoNash MDL Junior Member

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    #347 PlutoNash, Sep 26, 2012
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  8. faiz

    faiz MDL Novice

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    hello all

    I just wanted to ask you one question, this tool is able to open a menu that hide or otherwise advance tab????

    :rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:
     
  9. faiz

    faiz MDL Novice

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    why no one has answered this question?????

    :confused::confused::confused::confused::confused:
     
  10. MorpheusKiller

    MorpheusKiller MDL Novice

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    Hi,

    since Asus structure changed from .ROM to .CAP for Windows 8 full-functionality (Rampage IV Extreme) it is not possible to flash the biosfile with asusupdate or from within the bios. it always fails with securitytest failed. is it a known problem or is there a sulution for it?
     
  11. perruno1

    perruno1 MDL Novice

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    You are awesome dude..... Thank you for this great tutorial, I was able to Mod a Phoenix Bios A07 for an old Dell Inspiron 1150 which i upgraded with a faster Pentium 4 3.4 Ghz but this one was running only to half speed due to the inability to control Bios... Thanks again
     
  12. iskra

    iskra MDL Novice

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    Dell Efi BIOS -- Vostro 1540

    I'm not able to modify it with PhoenixTool 2.11 because it gives Error 6 - Arithmetic operation resulted in an overflow
    I've tried it on Win7 64bit and WinXP 32bit

    I can't even share the link to original bios and rw report due to forum rules of 20 min post for that :(
     
  13. 虫子樱桃

    虫子樱桃 MDL Novice

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    Hello,I use Dell N4030 ,I modified by bios N4030A07.EXE,but got an error like 'Error 6-'.
     
  14. Tito

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  15. goodstone

    goodstone MDL Novice

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    Hello,

    Can you tell me if it is possible. I have an Alienware m17xr2 with phoenix secure bios. There is a performance option in bios for CPU frequency settings. At the moment the max it can be set to is 5% in increments of 1%. is it possible to adjust this to 40% in increments of 8%.

    There is a crisis recovery method in case of bad flash.


    Best Regards Ant
     
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  16. Kassiopaia

    Kassiopaia MDL Novice

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    How *.bin to *.fd ???

    I have mod a bios of a Sony Vaio with the "Phoenix Bios Mod Tool 2.14", now I have a "R0160D6_SLIC.bin". On Windows and on DOS can't flash tis bios (invalid image).

    Can I rename the "R0160D6_SLIC.bin" to "Z40X64.fd" and but to the USB-flashdrive and flash this with emergency methode (for Sony like Acer, Fn+Esc)?
     
  17. Tito

    Tito Super Mod / Adviser
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    What is the exact model??
     
  18. litan1106

    litan1106 MDL Novice

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    I'm not able to modify it with PhoenixTool 2.14 because it gives Error 6 - Arithmetic operation resulted in an overflow
    I've tried it on Win7 and Win8