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Extract BIOS
#11
(11-13-2018, 12:54 AM)Lost_N_BIOS Wrote: Check with HWInfo64, ME sub-section is in the motherboard section on left side tree/menu

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#12
(11-13-2018, 01:14 PM)Lost_N_BIOS Wrote: Here, try all these FPT in DOS
http://s000.tinyupload.com/index.php?fil...5582096047

Use this command, change directory to FPT8, FPT9, FPT10 etc until you see it save the file.  
>> CD FPT9, CD FPT10 is how you change directory in DOS

FPT.exe -bios -d -backup.bin

FPT not work in Windows x64!  Sad
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#13
FPT does work in win x64 (32 and 64 bit both work in x64 windows). I do not see ME, that is why it's not working, very strange because other similar BIOS I checked had ME

You can try AFU instead, open the GUI versions and see if it will let you "Save" BIOS,
http://s000.tinyupload.com/index.php?fil...7575378902

If not try the command line version in 5.50 and use following command
AFUWINx64.EXE backupbios.bin /O

Did you see the guides I linked in post #8?
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#14
slipttees
You need other version of FPT - Intel TXE System Tools v1 r2 .rar\Flash Programming Tool\Win64\fptw64.exe
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#15
Thanks DeathBringer, how did you know TXE based ME, so I can know to check in the future. Also, do you know why ME is in similar system BIOS, but not showing in HWInfo64 here?

FPT x86 or FPTx64 both work in x64 system, really there is no need for x64 I don't see why it's created Big Grin
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(11-15-2018, 03:16 AM)Lost_N_BIOS Wrote: how did you know TXE based ME, so I can know to check in the future.
Look at first screenshot in this topic.
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#17
Dohhh! Thanks, I totally missed that and looked back at that image a few times too Big Grin
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