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(request) asus rog gl502vmk unlock bios options
#41
(06-23-2019, 02:24 PM)Lost_N_BIOS Wrote: Here is safe to use microcode update only
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Also included is single menu swap test, swapped Advanced - if you have no advanced now, then let me know, might get lucky and single change fix it (I didn't do this time again, so you wouldn't have handful of test files all at once again Big Grin)
http://s000.tinyupload.com/index.php?fil...4130361139

can you tell me the value to use in grub. i think it was changed since my motherboard or bios chip was changed? Smile
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#42
If you think it was changed, and you used wrong values to change something, either change those back, or reflash stock BIOS now, so no issues from incorrect changes.

I checked 308 stock BIOS, looks all same to me.

BIOS Lock >> 0x8E2 (Causes error 368 when enabled) - same as before/page one
Flash Protection Range Registers (FPRR) >> 0xEE6 (Causes error 167 or 280 when enabled - disabled by default)
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#43
(06-24-2019, 01:14 AM)Lost_N_BIOS Wrote: If you think it was changed, and you used wrong values to change something, either change those back, or reflash stock BIOS now, so no issues from incorrect changes.

I checked 308 stock BIOS, looks all same to me.

BIOS Lock >> 0x8E2  (Causes error 368 when enabled) - same as before/page one
Flash Protection Range Registers (FPRR) >>  0xEE6 (Causes error 167 or 280 when enabled - disabled by default)

you made my day Big Grin just flash cadvswap and it worked.now i it has 2 advanced tab
. but i did a mistake. i flashed stock v308 bios with afu and also check nvram and boot block in app. then after restart i use ftp to dump bios for you and after that i see mykeyboard backlight stoped working then i reflashed my previous backup with afu  just nvram with afu cmd. and my keyboard BL start working again. soery it's my inexperience Sad so now can i reflash nvram from previous backup?
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#44
HEY!!!! Wow, really!?! After all that stuff we tried before, man, never thought we'd get that lucky! I guess probably I did too much stuff at once before, even though I was trying to do one step at a time and give you sets to try as we moved forward, must have did one too many right at the beginning and ruined all the rest of the moves.

OK, so then I know how to unlock this BIOS now Big Grin Get your stock BIOS how you want it, then send me new FPT dump again, and then I will unlock it all and update the microcode for you too, then only flash it back via FPT.
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#45
(06-24-2019, 01:47 PM)Lost_N_BIOS Wrote: HEY!!!!  Wow, really!?!  After all that stuff we tried before, man, never thought we'd get that lucky!  I guess probably I did too much stuff at once before, even though I was trying to do one step at a time and give you sets to try as we moved forward, must have did one too many right at the beginning and ruined all the rest of the moves.

OK, so then I know how to unlock this BIOS now Big Grin  Get your stock BIOS how you want it, then send me new FPT dump again, and then I will unlock it all and update the microcode for you too, then only flash it back via FPT.
hi. sorry for late. i played to much with bios setting and now i get black screen Big Grin . i ordered a ch341a and test clip. now can you tell me witch one is my bios chip? see pictures
https://imgur.com/a/iBWbs6Y
thank you
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#46
You messed with graphics settings didn't you? Big Grin If it was due to graphics settings you can blind flash, or clear CMOS and fix it. But, you need to know how to actually clear CMOS (clear NVRAM), and blind flash from DOS you need to know exact keystrokes in advance

Main BIOS will be on W25Q64JV, the others are probably EC or other similar FW. Dump and confirm it's actually proper BIOS before you erase or write anything, that way I can pull your system details from it and put back into a new rebuilt BIOS.
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#47
(06-26-2019, 01:54 PM)Lost_N_BIOS Wrote: You messed with graphics settings didn't you? Big Grin  If it was due to graphics settings you can blind flash, or clear CMOS and fix it.  But, you need to know how to actually clear CMOS (clear NVRAM), and blind flash from DOS you need to know exact keystrokes in advance

Main BIOS will be on W25Q64JV, the others are probably EC or other similar FW.  Dump and confirm it's actually proper BIOS before you erase or write anything, that way I can pull your system details from it and put back into a new rebuilt BIOS.

hi[Image: grin.gif] 
why bios-mods site was down?
anyway i'm always unlucky
i bought ch341a programer with test clips. using yor guide to backup the bios chip(thank you for guide). i flashed my last good FPT dump to bios chip and my laptop won't turn on any more no power no led and no fan spin(completally dead[Image: sad.gif])
then i flashed back ch341a dump but still no power(dead)
so what happend? i want to be aboveboard, my hope is you since in my city(maybe my country too) there is no professional repair store. here is my ch341a dump 
https://mega.nz/#!FRAz0CgQ!KdwppBei_eEY-...QbPDohczuEJ_1s8
is it possible that flash damaged the laptop?
i also tried to short JRST 2001 and JRST 2002 from this guide
https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.ph...-For-dead-G75VW
thank you
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#48
Font too large Big Grin

FPT dump alone cannot be flashed to BIOS chip, that is only BIOS region.

Do not worry, you can fix this once you find correct software version for your system. That is why the main goal with programmer is to first get a valid and confirmed proper BIOS backup, so you have a backup and so you know which software and BIOS ID works best for your system. I never checked any programmer backup from you, so you can't be sure you made a valid and proper backup before you wrote anything, so we don't know for sure yet which software version works. However, your dump looks OK, so all may be fine!

Shorting those pads together will not help, each one is it's own thing to short (half circle is + other half is -), so they are not shorted "together" you short one side of JRST 2001 to other side of JRST 2001, just so your clear how that works. And that needs to be done while powering on, is dangerous, and would not help anything here anyway (only clears CMOS or RTC)

What software version did you use for the dump? Use that same version, and write this file into W25Q64JV.
First erase, then blank check, then open this file, then write and verify
http://s000.tinyupload.com/index.php?fil...9383941534
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