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Casper Nirvana CHY bios unlocking request
#11
Sir, I am having this screen when i trying to flash with fpt.exe. Im using this code: fpt.exe -bios -f (bios name here).rom

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1dB550u...SEUgbt2upj

Not: This is not the exact bios you sent me but I had the same screen when tried yours so I didn't take a new photo.
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#12
No image shown at link you gave? Here, try uploading to actual image host https://imgur.com/upload
OK, I can see image at link from your PM - https://drive.google.com/file/d/1dB550u5...t2upj/view

I can't see entire messages or commands given etc. Can you do this from windows instead of DOS?

If it's just "PDR region, or GbE region - does not exist" error this is normal, carry on.
But, since I can't see the actual error given there, hard to be sure.
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#13
I tested with another screen. It is PDR region and GBE region does not exist. But I think it didn't flash the bios.

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1ciFQk5..._pFOnwaQ1Y
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#14
PDR and GbE does not exist is normal if not in BIOS (GbE = Intel Gigabit LAN), I forget what PDR is, but these comments are normal only yellow or red errors are ones to stop and be concerned about.

Yes, that does not look like it flashed, when it does you will get reading flash followed by verifying flash and then a green "FPT operation Successful"
The issue is incorrect FPT being used. You need to use one from ME System Tools package V9.1, you are using V10, usually it would give you an incompatible error but I rarely see DOS version used so maybe it does not show this due to no drivers loaded in DOS. Download the correct V9.1 package and try again.
https://www.win-raid.com/t596f39-Intel-M...Tools.html
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#15
I tried with v9.1 too still same screen. Im using "fpt.exe -bios -f (biosname).rom" maybe i don't know right codes.
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#16
Try it from windows then maybe? When doing from DOS, you did copy all the contents from the DOS folder to the root of your USB correct?

First, try rename bios file to .bin extension, I'm not sure if it handles .rom? Sorry I missed that previously. If this works and was the issue, I'm wondering why it never gave you any error message?
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