intel microcode update

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  1. nexus76

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    #1 nexus76, Sep 1, 2017
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  2. Lutschpuppe

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    You can try to replace the actual microcode-sections in the bios-file manually using hex-editor. Only working with uncompressed/unencrypted files.
     
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  4. Lutschpuppe

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    Please upload your biosfile, type of mobo etc.
     
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    Problem is the size: The new mc is bigger. So hexedit-method isn't working.
     
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    thanks for your efforts, perhaps it would work if the FFS checksum of the raw file volume was correct,
    is there a way to do it manually?
     
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    Why do you mind CRC checksum??
    The point is that it can flashing normally.
     
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    The CRC was just to confirm if the file wasn't corrupted, since you uploaded the BIOS file without compression (zip/rar). Anyway, I just flashed it and Windows is now able to boot and the cpu is correctly identified! Thanks once again!
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