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On 19/05/2018 at 8:57 AM, Klem said:

Hi!

In your case, you can flash baked bios only.

Thank you... as you said - it works

I have another question - will this bios support the new kaby lake & coffee lake CPUs ?

thank you in advance

 

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I'm sorta currious about the P870DM-G bios too. I just wanted to undervolt x.x

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Can someone confirm a few things for me? I have the P670HP6-G and I'm attempting to use the files here: https://www.techinferno.com/index.php?/files/file/105-p6xxhshp-mod-and-stock/

I used the latest version of Rufus to format my 16GB Kingston 3.0 flash drive to FreeDOS and transfered the files under "BIOS" onto the root of the drive. However, when I boot into FreeDOS and try to execute the command "BACKUPDOS.exe" it says the "bad command or filename".  After not being able to run said command, I ran "dir" and found that the "BACKUPDOS.exe" was renamed to "BACKUP~1.exe". I ran the command with the changed filename and eventually got an error along the lines of "BACKUP.ROM 1 - Error: unknown command.".
If it has anything to do with it, I did update the majority of my drivers today with the Obsidian tool. 

Is this the correct BIOS file for my model? And am I supposed to be using a different form of DOS or executing commands in a different way? Thanks! 


EDIT: I renamed the "BACKUP~1.EXE"  to the original "BACKUPDOS.EXE" and tried running the command again, which actually initialized but failed with the BACKUP.ROM unknown command error. 

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On 18.07.2018 at 7:01 PM, HuniePopPro69 said:

Can someone confirm a few things for me? I have the P670HP6-G and I'm attempting to use the files here: https://www.techinferno.com/index.php?/files/file/105-p6xxhshp-mod-and-stock/

I used the latest version of Rufus to format my 16GB Kingston 3.0 flash drive to FreeDOS and transfered the files under "BIOS" onto the root of the drive. However, when I boot into FreeDOS and try to execute the command "BACKUPDOS.exe" it says the "bad command or filename".  After not being able to run said command, I ran "dir" and found that the "BACKUPDOS.exe" was renamed to "BACKUP~1.exe". I ran the command with the changed filename and eventually got an error along the lines of "BACKUP.ROM 1 - Error: unknown command.".
If it has anything to do with it, I did update the majority of my drivers today with the Obsidian tool. 

Is this the correct BIOS file for my model? And am I supposed to be using a different form of DOS or executing commands in a different way? Thanks! 


EDIT: I renamed the "BACKUP~1.EXE"  to the original "BACKUPDOS.EXE" and tried running the command again, which actually initialized but failed with the BACKUP.ROM unknown command error. 

Hi!

For creating bios backup, you can use BACKUPWIN.exe from BACKUPWIN folder. Of course in Windows. Then you can flash mod bios in DOS.

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Hi.

 

I have a P650RSG. Is the correct BIOS for my machine the P6XXRSRG?

 

Also has this bios been updated to include the microcode updates to protect against the Spectre bugs?

 

Thanks

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12 hours ago, wersuss said:

How to back-up original bios?

Download bios mod -> extract it -> go in Backup folder -> run command file backup.bat

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On 8/7/2018 at 12:07 PM, Klem said:

Download bios mod -> extract it -> go in Backup folder -> run command file backup.bat

Hi Klem, this is for P775DM3 bios i cannot find backup folder or backup.bat.

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1 hour ago, wersuss said:

Hi Klem, this is for P775DM3 bios i cannot find backup folder or backup.bat.

In BACKUPWIN folder,  run BACKUPWIN.exe

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1 hour ago, Klem said:

In BACKUPWIN folder,  run BACKUPWIN.exe

I cannot see BACKUPWiN folder. Only 2 folders are in RAR file one is stock bios and other is mod.

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55 minutes ago, wersuss said:

I cannot see BACKUPWiN folder. Only 2 folders are in RAR file one is stock bios and other is mod.

Just open folder with mod.

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21 hours ago, Klem said:

Just open folder with mod.

Hi. I tried , but can't see any folder with BACKUPWIN. Only these files

P775.thumb.jpg.f1cc03131d68ae6dc782bfc6e815337c.jpg

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1 hour ago, wersuss said:

Hi. I tried , but can't see any folder with BACKUPWIN. Only these files

P775.thumb.jpg.f1cc03131d68ae6dc782bfc6e815337c.jpg

 

Try download it again from this link:  

 

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7 hours ago, Klem said:

 

Try download it again from this link:  

 

Thank you very much. :) I found the folder in this file. Thanks!

Another question is it possible to flash that bios BACKUP file and how?

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Hello,

 

Please can I have the BIOS for P670RS-GM unlocked? You'll be my hero.

 

Thanks

Ruben

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Hello, I installed from your site BIOS for P670RS-G at this link https://www.techinferno.com/index.php?/files/file/108-p650rsrp-mod-and-stock/, is this a prema mod? I can not disable the logo at startup, and the old logo remains, should it be so? Should I update the EC firmware, if so, how do I do it? I will wait for an answer, thank you!

Фото обновленного БИОСА.jpg

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Does anyone know where to grab the unlocked BIOS for a clevo x7200? And does anyone know of a mod to run 980ms on it? I heard it was due to a BIOS limitation which is a pain.

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Is there a bios mod for the P751DM2? If so what does it unlock?

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10 hours ago, philfy said:

Is there a bios mod for the P751DM2?

No.

 

10 hours ago, philfy said:

If so what does it unlock?

The modified BIOS unlocks the hidden additional menus and settings in the BIOS setup menu.

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Hi!

Actually got bios version 1.05.04 at my P751DM-G. Is there any good point to flash new one?

 

 

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I have a P870KM1 and the download file is for a P871KM1. Is this a typo or am I out of luck?

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1 hour ago, rtrainer said:

Is this a typo or am I out of luck?

Hi!

Yes, it is just typo. You are lucky.

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