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Asus Eee PC 1000HG
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:

That thread led me to this site in the first place Big Grin
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

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
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...

(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
Read: 119.98 MB/s
Write: 90.12 MB/s
Read: 16.93 MB/s
Write: 7.55 MB/s
Read: 23.81 MB/s
Write: 6.56 MB/s
Access Times:
Read: 0.213 ms
Write: 0.562 ms
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
Read: 128.45 MB/s
Write: 96.44 MB/s
Read: 15.96 MB/s
Write: 7.89 MB/s
Read: 113.29 MB/s
Write: 6.69 MB/s
Access Times:
Read: 0.218 ms
Write: 0.530 ms
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!


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