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GL703GM bios unlocked request
#11
That grub shows offset is out of range, so maybe not working, but seems like it worked since FPT worked.

Lets check and be sure. Please re-dump the BIOS via FPT now and send me the file >> FPTw.exe -bios -d biosregpostflash.bin
Then I will check to be sure the mods are being flashed in, and can then check again and make sure I didn't miss something.
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#12
(04-12-2019, 10:59 PM)Lost_N_BIOS Wrote: That grub shows offset is out of range, so maybe not working, but seems like it worked since FPT worked.

Lets check and be sure.  Please re-dump the BIOS via FPT now and send me the file >> FPTw.exe -bios -d biosregpostflash.bin
Then I will check to be sure the mods are being flashed in, and can then check again and make sure I didn't miss something.
This is the postflash.bin


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#13
Thanks, it's being flashed in. So, this BIOS must pull at least this variable from NVRAM or AMITSE/SetupData vs getting it from Setup, so that's why BIOS lock is enabled again after reflash. I'll fix it in all locations now, normally only setup module edit is needed for this.

Please show me image of your BIOS "Boot" page now before I do anything else, this should be done with the BIOS I modified for you
If this page has not changed then I will need to redo the mod and remove the Boot Tab switch, you may not notice differences, but I can tell once you show me image so I'll let you know.
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#14
(04-14-2019, 11:25 PM)Lost_N_BIOS Wrote: Thanks, it's being flashed in.  So, this BIOS must pull at least this variable from NVRAM or AMITSE/SetupData vs getting it from Setup, so that's why BIOS lock is enabled again after reflash.  I'll fix it in all locations now, normally only setup module edit is needed for this.

Please show me image of your BIOS "Boot" page now before I do anything else, this should be done with the BIOS I modified for you
If this page has not changed then I will need to redo the mod and remove the Boot Tab switch, you may not notice differences, but I can tell once you show me image so I'll let you know.

So now you 'll give me another modded bios? 
This is the boot page


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#15
Yes, I will make new BIOS, thanks for the boot page image! Please wait and I will make you new BIOS, maybe done tonight if I have time.

This is not mod BIOS boot page, and now I see biosregpostflash.bin you sent is from M1 BIOS I gave you initially. Please try FPT flashing in M2 now and see if Boot page changes, and if other menus appear or not. Then, if not, I will send new BIOS.
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#16
(04-15-2019, 07:58 AM)Lost_N_BIOS Wrote: Yes, I will make new BIOS, thanks for the boot page image!  Please wait and I will make you new BIOS, maybe done tonight if I have time.

This is not mod BIOS boot page, and now I see biosregpostflash.bin you sent is from M1 BIOS I gave you initially.  Please try FPT flashing in M2 now and see if Boot page changes, and if other menus appear or not.  Then, if not, I will send new BIOS.
Same result whit m2 flash...also the boot page and the fpt flash so i think i've to wait your new bios but take your time, don't worry  Rolleyes


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#17
Boot page is the same as your images on post #14 for BIOS M2? Are you sure? If not, I believe you, just want to confirm before I make more BIOS for you.
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(04-16-2019, 01:23 AM)Lost_N_BIOS Wrote: Boot page is the same as your images on post #14 for BIOS M2?  Are you sure?  If not, I believe you, just want to confirm before I make more BIOS for you.

Yes, it's the same boot page. Identical results
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#19
Thanks, I will redo from scratch, with less enabled things and see if that helps! This BIOS unusual, they tried to hide stuff, so it's new method to me, well at least in new section of BIOS vs normal one and some stuff not laid out exactly the same as usual. If these fail, I will remove the swapped "Boot" section and try for only new Advanced and Chipset

BIOS Lock should now always be disabled too.... Hopefully, unless they've hidden that some other additional place (I disabled in 6 places, that should be all there needs to be, they copied stuff into to many areas as it is Big Grin)
http://s000.tinyupload.com/index.php?fil...7701030548

Please test in the following order >> MM1 >> MM2 >> MM3 >> MM3B
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