Need help in DOS

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  1. baskinghobo

    baskinghobo MDL Junior Member

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    #1 baskinghobo, Aug 1, 2009
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    Found this tutorial - http://forums.mydigitallife.net/threads/6921 which is very helpful for me but unfortunately it does not tell me how to do this in DOS. Could someone please post an easy to use guide for DOS?
     
  2. myexige

    myexige MDL Novice

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    Most of the tools are written for Windows and wont work on DOS
     
  3. baskinghobo

    baskinghobo MDL Junior Member

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    Oh, ok. I don't need the tools. I just want a good tutorial using dos if there is one.
     
  4. Vico

    Vico MDL Junior Member

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    Check google.
     
  5. baskinghobo

    baskinghobo MDL Junior Member

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    I did but there's too many results and they are all unrelated.
     
  6. Vico

    Vico MDL Junior Member

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    What do you want to learn/do?
     
  7. baskinghobo

    baskinghobo MDL Junior Member

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    #7 baskinghobo, Aug 1, 2009
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    I want to learn how to mod bios using DOS

    i'm sorry if i sound like a big noob right now but alot of people say to use DOS when modding BIOS and nowhere in this article -http://forums.mydigitallife.net/threads/6921 does it mention that
     
  8. HSChronic

    HSChronic MDL Expert

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    It is better to flash from a non-windows environment but modding the files themselves is better done within windows due to the programs having a GUI.
     
  9. byghtn3

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    #9 byghtn3, Aug 1, 2009
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    Your motherboard manufacturers website will tell you how to flash your bios. It may have a windows and or a dos version of the BIOS flash program. It is better to use the DOS version because windows is more likely to crash than dos. you do not want to have anything go wrong during the flash, it could leave your motherboard dead.

    This website will show you hot to modify your BIOS. You then need to Flash it into your motherboard with the manufacturers program. Flash means BURN IT into the permanent memory of the motherboard