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[REQUEST] HP Erica6 AMI bios 8906 vF.03
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Hello

I have a new one HP Pavilion Gaming Desktop TG01-2020ur PC

Motherboard HP Erica6
BIOS AMI bios 8906 vF.03 04/15/2021

Need to unblock advanced menu for setting maximum memory for Ryzen 5 5600g GPU.
Tried all button combinations from forums and youtube.

Any chances to mod it?
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#2
You need to post a dump of your BIOS. Do you know how to do that?
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#3
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FPT backup wont work, so I made it from HP recovery. Hope that`s it


Attached Files
.bin   08906.bin (Size: 16 MB / Downloads: 7)
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#4
(09-12-2021, 12:37 PM)dmitrysh Wrote:
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Hello

I have a new one HP Pavilion Gaming Desktop TG01-2020ur PC

Motherboard HP Erica6
BIOS AMI bios 8906 vF.03 04/15/2021

Need to unblock advanced menu for setting maximum memory for Ryzen 5 5600g GPU.
Tried all button combinations from forums and youtube.

Any chances to mod it?
hi, have you found a solution?hi, have you found a solution?
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#5
(09-19-2021, 09:35 AM)RussianJesus Wrote:
(09-12-2021, 12:37 PM)dmitrysh Wrote:
Code:
Hello

I have a new one HP Pavilion Gaming Desktop TG01-2020ur PC

Motherboard HP Erica6
BIOS AMI bios 8906 vF.03 04/15/2021

Need to unblock advanced menu for setting maximum memory for Ryzen 5 5600g GPU.
Tried all button combinations from forums and youtube.

Any chances to mod it?
hi, have you found a solution?hi, have you found a solution?

Code:
Hello. Right now the only one is: HP support answered me that GPU memory is set to auto, so it must grow to 2gb at game start. I don`t know how to check this. Need some software with logging, I think. Have any ideas?
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#6
Hello dmitrysh & RussianJesus,

Unfortunately, AMI UEFI HP notebooks like yours that came out after 2015 use RSA cryptography to verify whether the current BIOS image is signed by HP. If even a single bit is modified in the BIOS image without HP signing it, the notebook will brick itself.

There is still hope, however. There is a utility called RU.EFI that allows you to change hidden settings without modifying the BIOS. I will use your BIOS dump to see if there are hidden settings that might correspond to your goals.

Just so we are on the same page, let me know if this is the case:
(1) Your computer has an integrated GPU (part of the CPU).
(2) The VRAM (RAM allocated to video memory) must grow from a small size all the way to 2GB, which is the maximum allowed video memory for the integrated GPU.
(3) Since this causes performance drops or other problems until the memory is fully allocated, you want this video memory to automatically be set to maximum (2GB) so that the integrated GPU always has access to 2GB of RAM for video memory.

Smile Hi there! Please consider making a donation if my BIOS mod has helped you. This allows me to purchase new BIOS mod testing hardware so that I can offer new types of mods. Thank you! ->Donate via PayPal here<- Smile

Also, please feel free to PM me if I have not replied again about your BIOS mod request after 5 days.
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#7
Hello Sml6397,

(1) right, it is ryzen 5 5600g with integrated gpu
(2) the best solution is to set it to 2048 mb (maximum)
(3) always and forever - 2gb on GPU! Smile I have 16gb ram on board, so it is not a problem to get 2 gb from it

Thanks for answer! Wait for your reply.

p.s. https://github.com/JamesAmiTw/ru-uefi http://ruexe.blogspot.com/ - this is it?

(Today, 12:07 AM)Sml6397 Wrote: Hello dmitrysh & RussianJesus,

Unfortunately, AMI UEFI HP notebooks like yours that came out after 2015 use RSA cryptography to verify whether the current BIOS image is signed by HP. If even a single bit is modified in the BIOS image without HP signing it, the notebook will brick itself.

There is still hope, however. There is a utility called RU.EFI that allows you to change hidden settings without modifying the BIOS. I will use your BIOS dump to see if there are hidden settings that might correspond to your goals.

Just so we are on the same page, let me know if this is the case:
(1) Your computer has an integrated GPU (part of the CPU).
(2) The VRAM (RAM allocated to video memory) must grow from a small size all the way to 2GB, which is the maximum allowed video memory for the integrated GPU.
(3) Since this causes performance drops or other problems until the memory is fully allocated, you want this video memory to automatically be set to maximum (2GB) so that the integrated GPU always has access to 2GB of RAM for video memory.
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#8
(Today, 02:10 AM)бро, свяжись со мной в ВК: https://vk.com/kapranovworld или в телеграме: @kkkapranov dmitrysh Wrote: Hello Sml6397,

(1) right, it is ryzen 5 5600g with integrated gpu
(2) the best solution is to set it to 2048 mb (maximum)
(3) always and forever - 2gb on GPU! Smile I have 16gb ram on board, so it is not a problem to get 2 gb from it

Thanks for answer! Wait for your reply.

p.s. https://github.com/JamesAmiTw/ru-uefi http://ruexe.blogspot.com/ - this is it?

(Today, 12:07 AM)Sml6397 Wrote: Hello dmitrysh & RussianJesus,

Unfortunately, AMI UEFI HP notebooks like yours that came out after 2015 use RSA cryptography to verify whether the current BIOS image is signed by HP. If even a single bit is modified in the BIOS image without HP signing it, the notebook will brick itself.

There is still hope, however. There is a utility called RU.EFI that allows you to change hidden settings without modifying the BIOS. I will use your BIOS dump to see if there are hidden settings that might correspond to your goals.

Just so we are on the same page, let me know if this is the case:
(1) Your computer has an integrated GPU (part of the CPU).
(2) The VRAM (RAM allocated to video memory) must grow from a small size all the way to 2GB, which is the maximum allowed video memory for the integrated GPU.
(3) Since this causes performance drops or other problems until the memory is fully allocated, you want this video memory to automatically be set to maximum (2GB) so that the integrated GPU always has access to 2GB of RAM for video memory.
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