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Asus Eee PC 1000HG
#11
I'm trying your modded BIOS now Smile What would be really great is if you could increase SHE and unlock memory timings like the other guy in this thread did: http://www.bios-mods.com/forum/Thread-Pr...eePC-1000H

That thread led me to this site in the first place Big Grin
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#12
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Solved ! After testing an old 256Mbyte usb-stick it worked great!
Thanks for your work.
Boot with the stock sata hd within 22 sec Lubuntu 14.10 LXDE
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Hi from Germany,

I was googleing "1000hg bios update" and came to your thread.

Guess what? I am going to change the original hd to a ssd, so your
great work comes in handy. - But!

The bios update is not working. I am using alt-F2 and a
fat32 formated 2G-Stick.

USB-Device gets found.... READING 1000HG.ROM
and thats all what happens! After 1 hour I switched
off and rebooted.... still 0603 BIOS!

I tried AFUDOS-way, but the "rom does not support afu"
said the afudos.

What else can I do? Which way may I use?

Any help is preciated.

Sam aka Wootanaz
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#13
Hi!
How do I flash the BIOS from Linux?
Is there any way to do the flashing fron an usb device or from SD reader?

Thanks in advance...

Felipe.
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#14
(03-08-2012, 11:38 AM)roughboy Wrote: Hi Camilo,

great, your new mod does the trick! Cool You're really a big expert - my deep and honest respect.

The AHCI-mode with your modded BIOS speeds up the SSD of my good old Asus Eee PC 1000HG! Big Grin

IDE-Mode with original BIOS:

Windows (7 SP1) Experience Index: 6.8

AS SSD Benchmark 1.6.4194.30325
Name: CRUCIAL_CT64M225 ATA Device
Firmware: 2142
Controller: intelide
Offset: 1024 K - OK
Size: 59.62 GB
Date: 3/2/2012 10:01:53 PM
Sequential:
Read: 119.98 MB/s
Write: 90.12 MB/s
4K:
Read: 16.93 MB/s
Write: 7.55 MB/s
4K-64Threads:
Read: 23.81 MB/s
Write: 6.56 MB/s
Access Times:
Read: 0.213 ms
Write: 0.562 ms
Score:
Read: 53
Write: 23
Total: 109

AHCI-Mode with modded BIOS by Camilo:

Windows (7 SP1) Experience Index: 7.1

AS SSD Benchmark 1.6.4194.30325
Name: CRUCIAL_CT64M225 ATA Device
Firmware: 2142
Controller: msahci
Offset: 1024 K - OK
Size: 59.62 GB
Date: 3/8/2012 5:59:19 PM
Sequential:
Read: 128.45 MB/s
Write: 96.44 MB/s
4K:
Read: 15.96 MB/s
Write: 7.89 MB/s
4K-64Threads:
Read: 113.29 MB/s
Write: 6.69 MB/s
Access Times:
Read: 0.218 ms
Write: 0.530 ms
Score:
Read: 142
Write: 24
Total: 244

So I think it will make sense to replace the old CRUCIAL M225 with a newer and bigger CRUCIAL M4 - SSD.

Have a nice day!

Frank from Germany

P.S.: For your good work I donated a little amount. Smile

Thanks Camilo,

Also worked great on my EEE 1000HG!

Tonyx
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