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Insyde.FD file to Rom
(12-24-2018, 01:01 AM)Lost_N_BIOS Wrote: This board may not have ME, only wanted to check because if it did that's easier to reflash mod BIOS with certain tools.

Please download all versions of H2OUVE from here, and try the following commands using each version

H2OUVE.exe -gv vars.txt
H2OUVE.exe -gs -all Setup.txt

Two versions refused to start. I was able to get the vars.txt and a partial setup.txt (terminal said it failed) from version Heres's the link to the vars.txt: Here's the link to what I got of the Setup.txt:
Thanks, the vars will help! With that we can either change settings using that app again, or a mod BIOS. I can change settings for you directly in BIOS too, but with this BIOS there are some things I may not be able to make visible to you. Can you please take some images of your BIOS, each page, and then zip it up and upload for me.

Please go through this list, and make a list in another text file of all the settings by exact name you want changed, and to what, in case I cannot make visible for you.
I have linked ( the zip file with the photos. However, I noticed up in the top right hand corner it says Rev 3.5 even though it reports the Bios version is 1.70. Thought maybe this info would be helpful to you. I will take a look at the list you linked in the mean time.
Wow, 27MB for BIOS images?! That's a lot Big Grin Thanks, I will check them, let me know on the settings from the list
Here are the settings I want enabled:
Thanks again!
Thanks, this will take me some time but I'm on it! Wait, I read your text, I'm not unlocking anything here, only changing the default/current values of direct settings (no tabs).

Please check it all over again, and tell me what you want the setting to be for any and all settings you want changed. Also, don't cram them together, so I can easily tell exactly setting name and what you want to be the applied setting.

Here's how to tell the current default setting (example), this exact example may not apply to all settings, but hopefully will show you the way to see which is default for any set of settings as you look them over.
Setting: Quick Boot, Variable: 0x72[1] {05 09 72 00 01 97 02 98 02}
Option: Enabled, Value: 0x1 {09 09 41 00 01 00 01 00 00} << Enabled is default due to the bold 01
Option: Disabled, Value: 0x0 {09 09 40 00 00 00 00 00 00}

In other areas/settings, sometimes you might see the following example type used, bolded number is what sets default
Option: Auto-Selected, Value: 0x0 {09 09 4B 00 00 00 05 XX XX} Default due to 05 All other non-default options will have a 04 instead of 05 in this settings options block
Option: IRQ3, Value: 0x3 {09 09 AE 00 03 00 04 XX XX}
Option: IRQ9, Value: 0x9 {09 09 AE 00 09 00 04 XX XX}

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