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[REQUEST] Asus FX504GE BIOS Unlock
#1
hello every one

i have problem with windows 10 install in my laptop i need to chang it to window 7but i caan not


my laptop is asus fx504ge 


i need modify bios to accept CSM legacy bios boot to install windows 7


    i need to change  it laik the other bios accept  CSM


Attached Files
.zip   FX504GEAS312.zip (Size: 4.6 MB / Downloads: 13)
.zip   GL553VD-AS302.zip (Size: 3.55 MB / Downloads: 3)
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#2
I'm on a FX504GE, I recently modified the stock cooling and wanted to finally tweak the BIOS, any chance on this particular series (FX504)? Trying to locate the tools to do it myself is apparently a bit much (TweakTown is down) and I don't trust randomly redistributed installers.

Discovered that the BIOS for this model has a new version of ASUS's capsule protection, I'm still researching what variety of cap it is. It is unlikely to me that this model will be unlocked without concerted efforts. There are SOOO many goodies there if we could. Whole overclocking menu, IntelSST mods might be possible, it would be amazing...
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#3
(06-24-2020, 08:22 PM)cepsbow Wrote: I'm on a FX504GE, I recently modified the stock cooling and wanted to finally tweak the BIOS, any chance on this particular series (FX504)? Trying to locate the tools to do it myself is apparently a bit much (TweakTown is down) and I don't trust randomly redistributed installers.

Discovered that the BIOS for this model has a new version of ASUS's capsule protection, I'm still researching what variety of cap it is. It is unlikely to me that this model will be unlocked without concerted efforts. There are SOOO many goodies there if we could. Whole overclocking menu, IntelSST mods might be possible, it would be amazing...

It can be unlock menu(or correctly say it's inject some options) ,if you're interesting in it and want to try.
Use this tool to dump current bios and attach.(Run dump.bat as administrator)

My page>>>click
My bios unlock >>> click
donate me >>>click


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#4
(07-10-2020, 09:07 PM)genius239 Wrote:
(06-24-2020, 08:22 PM)cepsbow Wrote: I'm on a FX504GE, I recently modified the stock cooling and wanted to finally tweak the BIOS, any chance on this particular series (FX504)? Trying to locate the tools to do it myself is apparently a bit much (TweakTown is down) and I don't trust randomly redistributed installers.

Discovered that the BIOS for this model has a new version of ASUS's capsule protection, I'm still researching what variety of cap it is. It is unlikely to me that this model will be unlocked without concerted efforts. There are SOOO many goodies there if we could. Whole overclocking menu, IntelSST mods might be possible, it would be amazing...

It can be unlock menu(or correctly say it's inject some options) ,if you're interesting in it and want to try.
Use this tool to dump current bios and attach.(Run dump.bat as administrator)

Here is the link to the dump:

[REMOVED IN POSTERITY]

Hope this isn't coming in too late. Thanks.
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#5
@cepsbow

Your mod was done ,please check the pm.

My page>>>click
My bios unlock >>> click
donate me >>>click


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#6
Thanks for the unlock genius239! He was able to successfully open all options on the BIOS in one go. I have my memory overclocked with mixed speed ratings well over 30%. There are plenty of options and methods for boosting the clock to whatever you can manage cooling wise. I can't suggest more than 4.4Ghz top end on the air cooler that comes in one of these, and expect issues if you haven't modded the case airflow. You can modify the length the TurboBoost runs at along with a variety of timers. Be aware that if you start messing with these settings you need to be prepared to open up your laptop, remove the CR2032 battery and disconnect the internal battery, unplug and wait a few minutes. Chipset damage is very possible, there is no heatsink on it. Keep this in mind. Don't be afraid to ask genius239 if you need your FX504GE unlocked, PM him for details! Thank again.
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#7
After further testing, do not do overclocks to this particular board. The Power Management IC is unobtainium, and will most certainly die and take a few other components with it. This include memory overclocking. Once you begin drawing beyond spec current an avalanche breakdown occurs in the controller circuit and causes irreparable damage to various connected circuits. To call this thing a gaming laptop, much less overclockable is a serious overstatement of it's capabilities. The supporting circuitry is as fragile as most Chromebooks. In other words utter garbage. Thanks ASUS. Never again.
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#8
hello every one

i have problem with tpm2.0, and I try to open tpm settings in bios, but can't find it.
I've try to unlock it using aimbcp, but somehow it didn't work .

I've dumped my bios with programmer.


my laptop is asus fx504ge


i need modify bios to show TPM settings

can anyone help me to unlock all the hidden menu?
thanks a lot


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.zip   asus303_boost2.zip (Size: 6.37 MB / Downloads: 8)
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#9
@misakayuuki

On this dump bios , option Security Device Support=Enable and TPM Device Selection=PTT by default ,so if you still can't activate TPM ,it mean that this laptop doesn't support tpm. Although 8750h has support firmware tpm ,but one of bios or motherboard doesn't support.

My page>>>click
My bios unlock >>> click
donate me >>>click


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#10
(10-14-2021, 10:10 PM)genius239 Wrote: @misakayuuki

On this dump bios , option Security Device Support=Enable and TPM Device Selection=PTT by default ,so if you still can't activate TPM ,it mean that this laptop doesn't support tpm. Although 8750h has support firmware tpm ,but one of bios or motherboard doesn't support.
Thanks,but I know fx504ge has TPM2.0 cause I've seen other people have it in the same computer. I've also see TPM Device Selection in bios when

using amibcp to open bios firmware, but I just can't find it while entering the bios settings when you just start the computer
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