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Asus ROG GL502VS Unlock Request
#51
(12-03-2018, 01:33 AM)Lost_N_BIOS Wrote: Yes, I only enabled a few things at the very root level, to see which if any new main sections would appear (Like chipset, second Advanced etc).

Which section is graphics configuration located in for you now?  Sorry, don't have time to dig up BIOS folder and check, so thought I'd ask you instead since that's quicker for me right now Big Grin

Hi There, it was shown under "Advanced". 

And yeah, I flashed it with the described method. 

I was planning to [censored] around with a flash programmer and SOIC8 clip but somehow the pins don't match up with my clip. 
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#52
Is that a new advanced section, or same old one? That BIOS was meant only as a quick test, that failed (at chipset and second advanced section) The graphics configuration was the only hidden setting in the stock advanced section that was already visible, that's why you nly see that one. I also tried to enable second advanced and 10+ subsections within that, but since the root menu itself didn't appear for you I can't do anything more on this BIOS mod Sad

Did you try M3, or only M2? If you want, and both are fails, reflash stock BIOS again and then send me a dump, and I will just enable that graphics subsection for you, that way it's the only modification to the BIOS and there's not a bunch of failed edits in there.

Or, also, I have one more method I can try, to enable second advanced and chipset. Does anyone want to test?
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#53
(12-03-2018, 10:51 PM)Lost_N_BIOS Wrote: Is that a new advanced section, or same old one?  That BIOS was meant only as a quick test, that failed (at chipset and second advanced section)  The graphics configuration was the only hidden setting in the stock advanced section that was already visible, that's why you nly see that one.  I also tried to enable second advanced and 10+ subsections within that, but since the root menu itself didn't appear for you I can't do anything more on this BIOS mod Sad

Did you try M3, or only M2?  If you want, and both are fails, reflash stock BIOS again and then send me a dump, and I will just enable that graphics subsection for you, that way it's the only modification to the BIOS and there's not a bunch of failed edits in there.

Or, also, I have one more method I can try, to enable second advanced and chipset.  Does anyone want to test?

i want
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#54
(12-03-2018, 10:51 PM)Lost_N_BIOS Wrote: Is that a new advanced section, or same old one?  That BIOS was meant only as a quick test, that failed (at chipset and second advanced section)  The graphics configuration was the only hidden setting in the stock advanced section that was already visible, that's why you nly see that one.  I also tried to enable second advanced and 10+ subsections within that, but since the root menu itself didn't appear for you I can't do anything more on this BIOS mod Sad

Did you try M3, or only M2?  If you want, and both are fails, reflash stock BIOS again and then send me a dump, and I will just enable that graphics subsection for you, that way it's the only modification to the BIOS and there's not a bunch of failed edits in there.

Or, also, I have one more method I can try, to enable second advanced and chipset.  Does anyone want to test?

Hi There, 

Yeah. I've tried both versions and gave me the same results with the Graphics option. Btw, the bios on this laptop looks like this (Note that the GL502VSK has much less options than the link shows)

https://techinstyle.asus.com/how-to-boot...indows-10/

It has all these fancy graphics. So maybe that's why it is difficult to unlock the "2nd advanced menu"
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#55
The general "Structure" of the BIOS is the problem, how the layout tree is done in many Asus vs others is the issue, they put all options inside one setup entry instead of each being it's own entry (hard to explain) but yes I know the reason. F7 BIOS is still the same, this is what we try to unlock, sometimes even though structure is all on one entry we can change, other times many cannot unlock. Someone out there knows how to edit when BIOS is this way, I don't know how yet for all Asus BIOS Sad

Usually a second advanced, or other duplicate entries (Security, boot, save and exit) are all easy, then you only have to disable the one you don't want once both enabled. Generally only the chipset one is a pain in the rear to enable, it's not often that these others wont enable easily.
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#56
(12-04-2018, 12:00 PM)Lost_N_BIOS Wrote: The general "Structure" of the BIOS is the problem, how the layout tree is done in many Asus vs others is the issue, they put all options inside one setup entry instead of each being it's own entry (hard to explain) but yes I know the reason.  F7 BIOS is still the same, this is what we try to unlock, sometimes even though structure is all on one entry we can change, other times many cannot unlock.  Someone out there knows how to edit when BIOS is this way, I don't know how yet for all Asus BIOS Sad

Usually a second advanced, or other duplicate entries (Security, boot, save and exit) are all easy, then you only have to disable the one you don't want once both enabled.  Generally only the chipset one is a pain in the rear to enable, it's not often that these others wont enable easily.

Really appreciate the effort though. I probably just leave it as is and change the settings through GRUB. I find this laptop to be incompatible with the latest version of windows.. I get BSOD a lot. Which is a real shame with the money that I've put in it. 

Maybe once I get good contacts on the bios with my Flash programmer, I'll be more adventurous. Right now I'm kind of content with disabling Turbo Boost as overheating was one of the many reasons of Blue Screen.
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#57
(12-04-2018, 09:25 PM)RealGM Wrote:
(12-04-2018, 12:00 PM)Lost_N_BIOS Wrote: The general "Structure" of the BIOS is the problem, how the layout tree is done in many Asus vs others is the issue, they put all options inside one setup entry instead of each being it's own entry (hard to explain) but yes I know the reason.  F7 BIOS is still the same, this is what we try to unlock, sometimes even though structure is all on one entry we can change, other times many cannot unlock.  Someone out there knows how to edit when BIOS is this way, I don't know how yet for all Asus BIOS Sad

Usually a second advanced, or other duplicate entries (Security, boot, save and exit) are all easy, then you only have to disable the one you don't want once both enabled.  Generally only the chipset one is a pain in the rear to enable, it's not often that these others wont enable easily.

Really appreciate the effort though. I probably just leave it as is and change the settings through GRUB. I find this laptop to be incompatible with the latest version of windows.. I get BSOD a lot. Which is a real shame with the money that I've put in it. 

Maybe once I get good contacts on the bios with my Flash programmer, I'll be more adventurous. Right now I'm kind of content with disabling Turbo Boost as overheating was one of the many reasons of Blue Screen.

I also had frequent bsods, and they disappeared when I changed ssd to KFA2 gamer 240gb
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#58
(12-04-2018, 12:00 PM)Lost_N_BIOS Wrote: The general "Structure" of the BIOS is the problem, how the layout tree is done in many Asus vs others is the issue, they put all options inside one setup entry instead of each being it's own entry (hard to explain) but yes I know the reason.  F7 BIOS is still the same, this is what we try to unlock, sometimes even though structure is all on one entry we can change, other times many cannot unlock.  Someone out there knows how to edit when BIOS is this way, I don't know how yet for all Asus BIOS Sad

Usually a second advanced, or other duplicate entries (Security, boot, save and exit) are all easy, then you only have to disable the one you don't want once both enabled.  Generally only the chipset one is a pain in the rear to enable, it's not often that these others wont enable easily.



I apologize for my carelessness, I also had a section "Graphics Configuration" in the tab "Advanced". He also appeared in the previous versions that you gave me, I just did not notice him
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#59
Yes, guys, all settings can be changed via grub / setup_var, even on stock BIOS. Sorry I could not unlock, someday if I figure out this style I will send you PM's Big Grin
If anyone needs the setup IFR for variables to use in Grub let me know, if it's not already posted in the thread I forget Smile I can also link guide to using grub / Setup_Var if not already linked too.
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#60
(12-05-2018, 03:38 AM)Lost_N_BIOS Wrote: Yes, guys, all settings can be changed via grub / setup_var, even on stock BIOS.  Sorry I could not unlock, someday if I figure out this style I will send you PM's Big Grin
If anyone needs the setup IFR for variables to use in Grub let me know, if it's not already posted in the thread I forget Smile  I can also link guide to using grub / Setup_Var if not already linked too
i need undervolt my cpu, how did it with grub?
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