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[REQUEST] Asus ROG Strix GL702ZC BIOS Unlock
(02-26-2020, 05:16 PM)draklrd Wrote:
(02-06-2020, 05:31 PM)Odin Vex Wrote:
(09-13-2019, 06:32 PM)draklrd Wrote: Still have not gotten much information on what needs to be updated Asus did how ever release a new "not updated" bios I have included a copy from a resent bios update using this new bios that I backed up with my spi programmer.
I tried to flash my own bios.bin (just simple microcode updates, manually patched, without capsule signature, re-saved with amibcp) using:

AfuEfix64 STOCK.CAP /P /B /N /K /X /CLRCFG
Afugan MOD.BIN /GAN

I've managed to get a dump of my BIOS but the NVar regions were cleared. @draklrd, would you mind mentioning your backup's MAC, Serial, and an output from (Windows) cmd.exe "wmic csproduct get name,identifyingnumber,uuid"? I could rebuild my BIOS most likely.

Assuming some info from your backup:

Serial: Undetermined, thinking HCN0CV09641150H.
Model: 90NB0FV1-M01850
CN: BN15 ? (Is this from the Top Right by Serial Number on bottom of laptop?)
Unknown Var: 164636690005 (Wondering if this is the beginning of "RAM sticker", Top Right)
MAC: 18 31 BF 18 9C 04 (Which, eth or wlan?)
Realtek Country Code: ??? (Can you determine from Windows?)
UUID: AEEBC96E-8811-4874-8456-DFAB941C4AFA (May be out of order?)
OA30: ...

The sticker that usually goes onto the RAM slot contains info I could use too.

i will have to get my laptop its at home at the moment but i will take a look when i drop back by my house next. 

Thank you very much. Smile
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(02-26-2020, 05:57 PM)Odin Vex Wrote:
(02-26-2020, 05:16 PM)draklrd Wrote:
(02-06-2020, 05:31 PM)Odin Vex Wrote:
(09-13-2019, 06:32 PM)draklrd Wrote: Still have not gotten much information on what needs to be updated Asus did how ever release a new "not updated" bios I have included a copy from a resent bios update using this new bios that I backed up with my spi programmer.
I tried to flash my own bios.bin (just simple microcode updates, manually patched, without capsule signature, re-saved with amibcp) using:

AfuEfix64 STOCK.CAP /P /B /N /K /X /CLRCFG
Afugan MOD.BIN /GAN

I've managed to get a dump of my BIOS but the NVar regions were cleared. @draklrd, would you mind mentioning your backup's MAC, Serial, and an output from (Windows) cmd.exe "wmic csproduct get name,identifyingnumber,uuid"? I could rebuild my BIOS most likely.

Assuming some info from your backup:



The sticker that usually goes onto the RAM slot contains info I could use too.

i will have to get my laptop its at home at the moment but i will take a look when i drop back by my house next. 

Thank you very much. Smile

Serial: Undetermined, thinking HCN0CV09641150H.  yes system serial number
Model: 90NB0FV1-M01850 <- not sure where this is from 
CN: BN15 ? (Is this from the Top Right by Serial Number on bottom of laptop?) GA69
Unknown Var: 164636690005 (Wondering if this is the beginning of "RAM sticker", Top Right) not sure on this 
MAC: 18 31 BF 18 9C 04 (Which, eth or wlan?) this is the mac of the wired port eth0
Realtek Country Code: ??? (Can you determine from Windows?) not sure but it is a US system
UUID: AEEBC96E-8811-4874-8456-DFAB941C4AFA (May be out of order?) odd all the digests are there but they are some what out of order 
OA30: ...
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(03-02-2020, 09:40 PM)draklrd Wrote: Serial: Undetermined, thinking HCN0CV09641150H.  yes system serial number
Model: 90NB0FV1-M01850 <- not sure where this is from 
CN: BN15 ? (Is this from the Top Right by Serial Number on bottom of laptop?) GA69
Unknown Var: 164636690005 (Wondering if this is the beginning of "RAM sticker", Top Right) not sure on this 
MAC: 18 31 BF 18 9C 04 (Which, eth or wlan?) this is the mac of the wired port eth0
Realtek Country Code: ??? (Can you determine from Windows?) not sure but it is a US system
UUID: AEEBC96E-8811-4874-8456-DFAB941C4AFA (May be out of order?) odd all the digests are there but they are some what out of order 
OA30: ...

Model: The model should be on the sticker inside, on the RAM slots, top-left.
BN15: I wonder what this could be then. Hm.
MAC: I have a MAC starting with 4C for my eth0. Might be a different build line.
UUID: They are supposed to be out of order. What order did you have? I have to repair mine but I'm not sure of placement yet.

Many thanks, again. Smile
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(03-02-2020, 11:43 PM)Odin Vex Wrote:
(03-02-2020, 09:40 PM)draklrd Wrote: Serial: Undetermined, thinking HCN0CV09641150H.  yes system serial number
Model: 90NB0FV1-M01850 <- not sure where this is from 
CN: BN15 ? (Is this from the Top Right by Serial Number on bottom of laptop?) GA69
Unknown Var: 164636690005 (Wondering if this is the beginning of "RAM sticker", Top Right) not sure on this 
MAC: 18 31 BF 18 9C 04 (Which, eth or wlan?) this is the mac of the wired port eth0
Realtek Country Code: ??? (Can you determine from Windows?) not sure but it is a US system
UUID: AEEBC96E-8811-4874-8456-DFAB941C4AFA (May be out of order?) odd all the digests are there but they are some what out of order 
OA30: ...

Model: The model should be on the sticker inside, on the RAM slots, top-left.  60nb0fv0-mb1012
BN15: I wonder what this could be then. Hm.
MAC: I have a MAC starting with 4C for my eth0. Might be a different build line.
UUID: They are supposed to be out of order. What order did you have? I have to repair mine but I'm not sure of placement yet.





Many thanks, again. Smile
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@Lost_N_BIOS: I once found an AMD rig that had some very low-end CPU in it and at the time I threw in a Athlon 64 X2 6400+. Although the BIOS didn't recognize it, Linux and Windows were able to use it entirely, AMD-V and all. I mention this because I'm in a position to buy a 3700X and I'm wondering about the GL702ZC's P-State management and whether or not the BIOS may hopefully still toggle everything correctly on upgrade.

I'd love to find a way to disable all but 4 cores at decent speed when on battery to stop that 600MHz crap from happening. Running ZenStates (modified) to automatically disable all throttling but regardless, when switching to battery, they down-clock of course.
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I check almost every other day, just waiting for that GLORIOUS DAY!
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(06-25-2020, 09:21 PM)knopix Wrote: I check almost every other day, just waiting for that GLORIOUS DAY!

Yes, being able to upgrade from Ryzen 7 1700 to Ryzen 7 3700X will be glorious!
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Maybe we need to make some donations?
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If someone can bring unlocked BIOS to the community it will be well paid and get eternal respect.

Upgrade to AMD Ryzen 9 3900 will be glorious indeed.
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