First off, a big thanks to this community. I was totally clueless about bios mods prior to joining this community. (now I'm only half as clueless) I own a Gigabyte GA-MA785G-UD3H motherboard. I've successfully made my own bios modifications in the past....until recently with the introduction of revision F5G. Previous setup used: SLIC: Gigabyte 2.1 SLP: Gigabyte Cert: Gigabyte Tool: AWARD Tool 1.47 Mod method: SSv3 When I attempt to mod the new bios with the methods listed above I get an error message stating that no EPA module was found. I am assuming Gigabyte removed this EPA module in their latest release to thwart mods like this? Anyway, I am a bit confused as to which method to use to successfully mod these new bios. I don't have a choice to revert to my previous bios because I just upgraded my cpu that requires these bios to function. According to the scattered information I've found...I noticed several different recommendations that conflict with each other. Based on this info, I've narrowed it down to 3 options: - use FACS method - use 0+2 - continue to use SSv3 but with option ACPITBL at End I was hoping someone more knowledgeable with this stuff could tell me the best method to use in this situation? Any help or info is appreciated. Edit: Just to add: I've searched for these bios on the forums and found nothing.