need a little help

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by geep6, Apr 23, 2009.

  1. geep6

    geep6 MDL Novice

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    I tried modding my phoenix award bios with a dell isa file with cbrom 1.82 and it crashes at 80.5 percent any ideas
     
  2. 1234s282

    1234s282 MDL Member

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    please give more information mate

    whats the make/model of your system and motherboard?
     
  3. geep6

    geep6 MDL Novice

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    its a iwill p4ht i posted a request in the vista forum after i could not mod it
     
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  5. 1234s282

    1234s282 MDL Member

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    Just a quick note

    My modded one used the Award Bios Patcher With GUI Tool

    So does that mean it uses the old ISA?
     
  6. geep6

    geep6 MDL Novice

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    Thanks for all your help its working great now and i also tried the Award Bios Patcher With GUI Tool but that did not work for me either
     
  7. 1234s282

    1234s282 MDL Member

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    out of interest which one did you use in the end because if the tool doesnt work then i wont be using it anymore!

    Thanks

    1234s282
     
  8. zort

    zort MDL Expert

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    The one you posted used muyu ISA. The tested one which worked used Tommy ISA.
     
  9. 1234s282

    1234s282 MDL Member

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    ah ok thanks for letting me know mate

    does this mean that the auto tool doesnt work

    Or should i just download the updated ISA's and replace them then still use the tool?
     
  10. zort

    zort MDL Expert

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    You could replace the older ISA's with the newer ones and continue to use the program, but the program isn't really necessary. To add an ISA to a bios is one simple command:

    cbrom biosfile.bin /isa isa.bin

    (If you use a 64-bit version of Windows then use cbrom32 instead of cbrom.)
     
  11. 1234s282

    1234s282 MDL Member

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    ah ok thanks zort

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