[Solved] Shuttle SH67H3 microcode update and NVMe

Discussion in 'BIOS Mods' started by tqhoang, May 9, 2018.

  1. Tito

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    #4 tqhoang, May 10, 2018
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    I can't seem to locate a copy of MMTool 4.50.0.23 (required since this Shuttle is an Aptio 4).

    But I was able to use the UEFITool to open the original UEFI. I exported the microcode module body (17088572-377F-44EF-8F4E-B09FFF46A070.RAW) and manually patched the microcodes and updated the offsets (0x800 boundaries) and adjusted to original file size (124,928 bytes).

    Now it's time to test! Fingers crossed!
     
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    Hey, is your mod, with all hidden bios menus unlocked? Or is like stock one , very few options.

    My shuttle has a strange issue , no UEFI boot on Sata, no matter RAID or AHCI , but if i plug SSD into usb3 caddy , it boots uefi no issues .

    I want to flash your modded bios , in hope i can get unlocked menus and uefi boot working again
     
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    #10 tqhoang, Jul 12, 2021
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    Sorry, no unlocked menus. You can use AMIBCP 4.x to open and unlock the menus yourself.

    FWIW, I don't have any issue booting with UEFI to either my SATA HDD or NVMe SSD (on a PCIe NVMe card). Perhaps your internal drive is not partitioned as GPT?
     
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    #11 tqhoang, Sep 1, 2022
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    Some small updates:
    • Upgraded SH67_TNA.ROM to use the latest NvmExpressDxe_5 module
    • Removed the obsolete SH67_TNV.ROM
    Also the Ivy Bridge microcode and VBIOS have been verified working. I upgraded from an Intel Core i5-2500K to an Intel Xeon e3-1275 v2!