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Unlock all hidden options for insydeh20 bios
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(01-23-2012, 08:58 AM)evilshadowreign Wrote: Thanks I will try tonight

Would be nice to get some feedback :-)
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(01-23-2012, 11:15 AM)SnakyJake Wrote:
(01-23-2012, 08:58 AM)evilshadowreign Wrote: Thanks I will try tonight

Would be nice to get some feedback :-)
I can't seem to get it to work. Can you tell me the full procedure on how to mod? Thanks
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(01-23-2012, 01:05 PM)evilshadowreign Wrote:
(01-23-2012, 11:15 AM)SnakyJake Wrote:
(01-23-2012, 08:58 AM)evilshadowreign Wrote: Thanks I will try tonight

Would be nice to get some feedback :-)
I can't seem to get it to work. Can you tell me the full procedure on how to mod? Thanks

Ok, here we go:

Best way to do it is with Linux. I used Fedora16, 32bit, but you probably can use some live cd.
I used Python 2.7, Python 3 will not work!
Have not tried Windows...probably will fail to load lzma libraries...

So here are the prerequisites I remember:
1. Linux (tested on Fedora16, 32bit)
2. lzmadec and lzma libraries (installed on most systems, look in /usr/lib for lzmadec.so and lzma.so; install required packages if needed)
3. Python 2.7, (maybe lower) and some python modules (scripts will complain about missing modules, install them)

What to do:
1. First download the stuff and extract to some directory.
2. Then you need some bios from your vendor. (with the fmem-mod you can extract it from your machine, but just take one from your vendor - easier)
3. in linux shell: untar the downloaded package: tar xzvf insyde.tgz
4. copy your bios to that directory
5. cd to that directory and do "python main.py -v biosfile newbiosfile"

This should create a patched bios, with lots of verbose output, or some errors (hopefully not).
If it works do another check with "python main.py -v newbiosfile" - should also run with no errors, then its ok.
Put newbiosfile to USB-Stick and rename it to the name your computer requires (see Flash-section on my website - its important to check recovery method first!)

If you cannot get it to work you can send the bios to me (contact on my website) and I will try it. Still you need to try that recovery method first if you want to make sure to be able to recover from a brick.

BTW: someone else is trying it on windows. Maybe there will be a complete windows package soon.
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(01-23-2012, 03:20 PM)SnakyJake Wrote:
(01-23-2012, 01:05 PM)evilshadowreign Wrote:
(01-23-2012, 11:15 AM)SnakyJake Wrote:
(01-23-2012, 08:58 AM)evilshadowreign Wrote: Thanks I will try tonight

Would be nice to get some feedback :-)
I can't seem to get it to work. Can you tell me the full procedure on how to mod? Thanks
Thanks, I don't use Linux. I only use windows so i think i will wait for the windows package to come out. I don't want to waste your time.
Ok, here we go:

Best way to do it is with Linux. I used Fedora16, 32bit, but you probably can use some live cd.
I used Python 2.7, Python 3 will not work!
Have not tried Windows...probably will fail to load lzma libraries...

So here are the prerequisites I remember:
1. Linux (tested on Fedora16, 32bit)
2. lzmadec and lzma libraries (installed on most systems, look in /usr/lib for lzmadec.so and lzma.so; install required packages if needed)
3. Python 2.7, (maybe lower) and some python modules (scripts will complain about missing modules, install them)

What to do:
1. First download the stuff and extract to some directory.
2. Then you need some bios from your vendor. (with the fmem-mod you can extract it from your machine, but just take one from your vendor - easier)
3. in linux shell: untar the downloaded package: tar xzvf insyde.tgz
4. copy your bios to that directory
5. cd to that directory and do "python main.py -v biosfile newbiosfile"

This should create a patched bios, with lots of verbose output, or some errors (hopefully not).
If it works do another check with "python main.py -v newbiosfile" - should also run with no errors, then its ok.
Put newbiosfile to USB-Stick and rename it to the name your computer requires (see Flash-section on my website - its important to check recovery method first!)

If you cannot get it to work you can send the bios to me (contact on my website) and I will try it. Still you need to try that recovery method first if you want to make sure to be able to recover from a brick.

BTW: someone else is trying it on windows. Maybe there will be a complete windows package soon.


Thanks, i use windows only. I think i will wait for the windows package to come out since i don't want to waste your time.
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I try to test it on some windows machine this week, so on weekend it should be out
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#16
Thank you so much
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#17
hi i am try your script in fedora and flash the output file but nothing has been unlocked !!
plz can you look in to my bios file


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(01-24-2012, 06:17 AM)akbar102 Wrote: hi i am try your script in fedora and flash the output file but nothing has been unlocked !!
plz can you look in to my bios file

Ok, first I was really happy my tool even got along with your file :-)
My bios is 1MB, yours is 2MB, still no errors.

The sad part: my tools don't find hidden forms, means: they are hidden differently than in my bios :-(

So I cannot present you a patched bios right now. But I will analyse your bios with IDA and find the peace of code hiding your forms. The script finds seven forms, I guess two of them (advanced and power) are hidden?

Edit: Ok, its 64bit Smile Mine is 32bit. I'll see if I can crack that piece

So you will have to wait until I found the hiding code.

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(01-24-2012, 01:01 PM)SnakyJake Wrote:
(01-24-2012, 06:17 AM)akbar102 Wrote: hi i am try your script in fedora and flash the output file but nothing has been unlocked !!
plz can you look in to my bios file

Ok, first I was really happy my tool even got along with your file :-)
My bios is 1MB, yours is 2MB, still no errors.

The sad part: my tools don't find hidden forms, means: they are hidden differently than in my bios :-(

So I cannot present you a patched bios right now. But I will analyse your bios with IDA and find the peace of code hiding your forms. The script finds seven forms, I guess two of them (advanced and power) are hidden?

Edit: Ok, its 64bit Smile Mine is 32bit. I'll see if I can crack that piece

So you will have to wait until I found the hiding code.

yes the advanced and power are hidden. thanks man for your help im wait for your work
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#20
Can you try to flash this one:
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/softw...10&sw_lang=
This is the newer version. Thanks Smile
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