Discussion in 'BIOS Mods' started by Tito, Oct 18, 2011.
Thank you for sharing
Thx 4 that!
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Thanks, however I am unable to get this to run due to an access violation error whenever I attempt to get the required information. Access violation at address 00589298 in module rw.exe Read of address 00000000.
Can anyone tell me why and help with what to do about it?
I have now managed to get the required info, my firewall was interfering with the RWeverything execution. It still is showing an access violation but at least I have managed to get the report.
Hi Buddy, Version 1.6 is out. Please update OP.
Thanks. First post updated.
1.6.4 released. First post updated.
The mediafire link is broken
Need to replace '#' with '?' in the link
TY for the portable
Testing RW 1.6.5 x64 portable version on Gigabyte Z87X-UD4H, Bios F7, LEGACY MODE (not UEFI), I5 4670K with No overclock, SLi GTX660Ti UEFI GOP video bios, Win7 X64
1) Like usual, trying to extract acpi table.
2) Launch the extraction.
3) can see "Building FPDT table.........."
And finally , BAM, a nag screen appears with "Out of memory". (8GB of ram)
I can close RW everything without any problem.
First post updated ~ version 1.6.5.
Thanks, it works NOW!
Because i downloaded the 1.6.5 yesterday on your Website, see the MD5 has changed
Keep UP the VERY GOOD Work !
BEST Regards :Op
Thanks for update, Tito.
Tito, according to your post in the other thread, in the screenshot, I couldn't see what I actually need: Win8.x 'OEM-DM' • Win7 '2.1 slic'.
Do I need to deduce from those stings? If so, how?
If you are running RW-Everything on a PC that comes with preinstalled Windows 8.x, only then you can find MSDM table with OEM DM serial. Example is shown on the first post.
Tito, hi, RW 1.6.5 x64 is not working on my laptop (Windows 8.1 Pro x64 installed in UEFI mode). When I select ACESS- ACPI TABLES, not only the program hangs itself ("the application is not working/responding" appears on title bar), but the whole OS hangs and I have to force a shutdown by pressing and holding the power button.
I tried Windows 7 compatibility mode, it starts the process and just reads "Building FDPT Table...." on status bar and nothing happens for a long time, then an error window pops up with "Out of memory" written. What am I doing wrong? Thanks in advance.
Dell Inspiron 15R-5537
OS: Windows 8.1 Pro x64 UEFI
BIOS: Insyde EFI version A06
would you please tell me how can i change the product key embedded in bios ?
another question please
how can i recover product key embedded in bios that was deleted by mistake ? it has been deleted from bios
I have a Gigabyte H81M-D2W Mainboard, RW Everything stucks with "Building FDPT Table...." on status bar and nothing happens for a long time, then an error window pops up with "Out of memory" written. What am I doing wrong?
(Win7 32 bit)