Tutorial: A method to create your OEM ISA BIN

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    @natong, thanks for the tutorials but a lot of peeps still ask for bios mods and as you are trying to point out Andyp has two excellent tools. I don't know the problem are they frightend to do it themselves so if some of the really good modders do it then they can blame someone else.
     
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    DON'T USE THE MUYU ISA MODULES. Use the ones from Tommiy. They are the only ones working for Gigabyte now, and more to follow.

    I think the ISA modules are a thing of the past for current bios mods. They just do not work...:D:D

    Some reading on the bios structure and some tools may allow you to mod your bios yourself with one of the other methods....Or just use the tools we have from AndyP. They are safe, and if the tool says the mod was performed without error, the onus for flash errors is on the owner...
     
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    @natong, thanks for gigabyte tutorial it works flawsly on my ep45 ud3r rev1.1 bios f9 vista ultimate x64 :)