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Phoenix Bios Recovery
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To create the Phoenix Uefi Bios Recovery disk

Prepare a removable USB storage device with a capacity size greater than 25 MB.

Note that all data on the USB storage device will be cleared during the creation of the Recovery disk.

Set up a computer running the Windows OS and plug in the USB storage device into an available USB port.

Go to windows start and open Command Prompt

and follow
  • Diskpart
  • list disk
  • select disk #    (usb device number)
  • clean
  • convert gpt  (Globally unique identifier Partition Table)
  • create paritition primary
  • format fs=fat32 quick
  • assign
  • exit
Then copy Efi folder in usb drive

File Download url :  http://ad-file.com/8MPBX9Q24


Then Copy EFI folder in your pendrive

Open efi/boot/"paste your bios file.cap or wph or rom"

you need to configure uefi boot mode 

preconfigured device to ready to 


and follow instructions for flashing 
  • fs0:
  • Cd efi
  • Cd boot
  • Ls    
  • Pflash.efi /bak             (first make backup using this cammand)
  • pflash.efi /force bios.cap     (flash)
  • pflash.efi /sa /svs /sd /sp /sn /force bios.cap         (flash)
    You can flash modded bios using this recovery

BY : >>Humanbeing<<
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Nice Work and Tutorial Wink
Many thanks my friend !!!
With Regards

Your Brain . . . . It's the best tool U can use ! Wink
Don't FLASH the Bios Mod if You get a Size Alert, You risk a Brick !!!
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#3
Will this work with the Fn-Esc emergency BIOS recovery procedure?

I have a bricked Aspire 4752 (shows start text, and allows selection of F2/F12 (beeps), then nothing, progress bar stuck at 75%

Really hoping this will fix it, many thanks for the files/guide !!!
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#4
Hi mate,
This is for UEFI (To create the Phoenix Uefi Bios Recovery disk) !
So the question is which version You have ?
I checked and You have the Standard WPH (EFI) files so You can use this one :

https://www.bios-mods.com/bios-recovery/...-recovery/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UNZwQzE7nIg

Let me know
Regards

Your Brain . . . . It's the best tool U can use ! Wink
Don't FLASH the Bios Mod if You get a Size Alert, You risk a Brick !!!
Donate to me for my work, click here BDM
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#5
Which version bios you have? It is also work on efi mode you just remove hard disk and plug in pendrive 
And follow guide.!
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Hi i want to make a BIOS backup with FPT tool or ShellFLash64 by EFI Shell console.... how are the commands to make a backup by FPT? (Flash programming tool)

my idea is make a backup from a device and restore it in another bricked divice..... is a Intel Education Tablet... i only can acces to EFI SHell... and run Startup.nsh script, the USB LEgacy are disabled so i dont have keyboard connection, in the ESP partition are a FPT.efi and ShellFlash64.efi tools.....

I hope any1 can help me, greetins Big Grin
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(01-03-2016, 07:38 PM)jdogmez001 Wrote: Hi i want to make a BIOS backup with FPT tool or ShellFLash64 by EFI Shell console.... how are the commands to make a backup by FPT? (Flash programming tool)

my idea is make a backup from a device and restore it in another bricked divice..... is a Intel Education Tablet... i only can acces to EFI SHell... and run Startup.nsh script, the USB LEgacy are disabled so i dont have keyboard connection, in the ESP partition are a FPT.efi and ShellFlash64.efi tools.....

I hope any1 can help me, greetins Big Grin

just download notepad ++ and make another script. and save as startup.nsh !!
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#8
can anyone reupload the efi folder I need it to recover my laptop
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#9
Too bad the files are as rare as a unicorn Dodgy
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