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Trying to flash HDR files into newer Dell's
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Is there a way to flash HDR files into newer Dell's like the Optiplex 7010/7020.
All the tools that were provided by Dell and others no longer work in the newer Dell's. I can extract an HDR with available tools from the EXE, but have no way to flash it back to the computer. Even the old Dell BIOS updater for linux OS no longer works. Dell also removed the switches from the EXE BIOS file.

Anyone?
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I have my answer. Any Dell system that has enabled the Signed Firmware Update cannot be modified with any of the BIOS tools available. Only Dell has the tool to create a BIOS EXE with the proper keys. Would be great if someone cracked that.
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Use this tool run It as Admin and upload here the result file :

https://www.sendspace.com/file/64otcs or http://rghost.net/65CWxR87y

http://rghost.net/53128665

Use AIDA64 tool too (cracked version to get FULL REPORT) and upload a Report too

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 !!!
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There are many ways to get a goal !

1. Use Intel FPT Tool
I asked to make a result file to check It

2. Use the Bios Original .exe file like Tool
e.g. O7020A02.exe /readgzfile
(where /readgzfile = option and bios.gz and A02_SLIC.HDR are generated by PMT 265)

3. Use a DOS Dell Tool (but not support all Models)
boot to DOS and run
BIOSFLSH.EXE -f A02_SLIC.HDR

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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(10-20-2015, 08:14 AM)BDMaster Wrote: There are many ways to get a goal !

1. Use Intel FPT Tool
   I asked to make a result file to check It

2. Use the Bios Original .exe  file like Tool
   e.g. O7020A02.exe /readgzfile
   (where /readgzfile = option and bios.gz and A02_SLIC.HDR are generated by PMT 265)

3. Use a DOS Dell Tool (but not support all Models)
   boot to DOS and run
   BIOSFLSH.EXE -f A02_SLIC.HDR

Regards


BDMaster, I have an Optiplex 9010 that has a dual BIOS-chip on the Motherboard.

I need to make some modifications to the BIOS, I have been able to make a backup of the BIOS which produced a .bin file. Am I correct in that a .bin file can be renamed to .rom?
Now that I have successfully made the required modifications how do I get this .rom/.bin file back to the BIOS?
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