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Request :PIPO X10 custom logo
#1
Here is my original bios dumped with intel FPTw.


.bin   x10_original.bin (Size: 8 MB / Downloads: 11)

here is the logo i want

   

I would like to just have a black logo to replace the pipo logo. I tried with uefitool but the machine will not boot after i flash the bios. I recovered it using external programmer.

Thank you.
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#2
by the way i followd this guide with no succes on the pipo x10 but great succes on pipo x9
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#3
(08-17-2016, 03:31 PM)pr0cess0r Wrote: by the way i followd this guide with no succes on the pipo x10 but great succes on pipo x9

Try this one > [attachment=11008] I replaced the old one with the plain black one


Considering that you have an external programmer there is really no risk i guess lol.

the X10 uses AMI Aptio V and the X9 probably uses AMI Aptio IV. These guides were all designed for Aptio IV so that could explain why it's not working on your X10
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#4
Thank you for the help but same result it flash correctly using this command.

Code:
@echo off
if "%~d0"=="" goto DIR_CHANGED
%~d0
cd %~dp0
:DIR_CHANGED
FPTW.EXE -f px10splash.bin
shutdown -r -t  0
When it reboot you see windows rebooting then it hang there with the red power light on but do nothing.

If i force it off and turn it on again now it have no power led and i can hear the fan running.

Is there any info i can provide to you using a tool to get more info about the hardware?
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#5
Recovery in progress!

   
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#6
What i dont uderstand its the same GUID ans when i extract the body its the actual image i want to replace so it must be some type of protection i dont know.
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(08-18-2016, 07:13 AM)pr0cess0r Wrote: What i dont uderstand its the same GUID ans when i extract the body its the actual image i want to replace so it must be some type of protection i dont know.

Just as a test, what happens when you flash the original bios .bin file you provided with fptw? Does it also cause a brick or not?
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#8
no if i flash the original bios it work
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#9
i briked 2 pipo X10 and only have the bios backup of one machine. Now i try to restore this bios to the other machine to see if it work. If not i think the bios is signed to match the chipset or cpu.
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#10
i flashed the bios file from one machine to the other with succes. So there is something happening when modify the bios that it dont like.
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