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#41
wait don't speed up
I will sen you FPTWe 64 bit

Into that folder there are 32 bit applications not 16 and are for DOS

ok copy FPTW from new_backup_fpts is 32 bit into the mod folder and U can use run this comand
FPT -f biosbackup.bin -bios

[size=undefined]Your Brain [/size]. . . . It's the best tool U can use ! Wink
[size=undefined]Don't FLASH the Bios Mod if You get a Size Alert, You risk a Brick !!! [/size]
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#42
(03-02-2014, 01:59 PM)BDMaster Wrote: I write th comand when you will set all for CLI
open a CLI rith right Administrator and use cd comad to go in directory with all files or copy it to c:\ (your drive c: it's more easy for U).
then let me know when ready

Yes, that's what I did (I think):

cmd.exe, right click with admin rights
change directories to "modified" (this is where i copied everything)
now fpt and i get a message box:
"Unsupported 16bit application" (in german)

ok, slamming the brakes :-)
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#43
ok yo know what you do , but I don't want to break nothing

your is 9.5 folder

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#44
new_backup_fpts? 9.5? Where?
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#45
(03-02-2014, 02:09 PM)dassams Wrote: new_backup_fpts? 9.5? Where?

here :

http://rghost.net/52417082

unpack all and find folder 1.0 - 8.1 - 9.5
yours 9.5

opy FPTW.exe to modified folder

what's happened !
You are so speed and it's not good, too many ways to do errors

[size=undefined]Your Brain [/size]. . . . It's the best tool U can use ! Wink
[size=undefined]Don't FLASH the Bios Mod if You get a Size Alert, You risk a Brick !!! [/size]
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#46
(03-02-2014, 02:11 PM)BDMaster Wrote:
(03-02-2014, 02:09 PM)dassams Wrote: new_backup_fpts? 9.5? Where?

here :

http://rghost.net/52417082

unpack all and find folder 1.0 - 8.1 - 9.5
yours 9.5

opy FPTW.exe to modified folder

what's happened !
You are so speed and it's not good, too many ways to do errors

Ok... I will slow down Wink
(I am just worrying to take up too much of your time... and believe me, I really, really appreciate your effort)

Unfortunately I get this - see screenshot:
   
(I'll be gone for a little bit and be back online later...)
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#47
Ok prepare USB Dos bottable or If U have ready copy all files from mdified folder into and the reboot from USB and run flash.bat so prr will do the job and FPT will work
Try and let e know as we hav prr2 too

[size=undefined]Your Brain [/size]. . . . It's the best tool U can use ! Wink
[size=undefined]Don't FLASH the Bios Mod if You get a Size Alert, You risk a Brick !!! [/size]
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#48
(03-02-2014, 02:25 PM)BDMaster Wrote: Ok prepare USB Dos bottable or If U have ready copy all files from mdified folder into and the reboot from USB and run flash.bat so prr will do the job and FPT will work
Try and let e know as we hav prr2 too

First FPT Download is DOS-Bootable?
Or find DOS USB bootable on the net?
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#49
I want to show You what is the result of your test :

Intel ® Flash Programming Tool. Version: 9.5.14.1724
Copyright © 2007 - 2013, Intel Corporation. All rights reserved.

Platform: Intel® Premimum Express Chipset
Reading HSFSTS register... Flash Descriptor: Valid

--- Flash Devices Found ---
EN25QH64 ID:0x1C7017 Size: 8192KB (65536Kb)

--- Flash Image Information --
Signature: VALID
Number of Flash Components: 1
Component 1 - 8192KB (65536Kb)
Regions:
Descriptor - Base: 0x000000, Limit: 0x000FFF
BIOS - Base: 0x400000, Limit: 0x7FFFFF
ME - Base: 0x001000, Limit: 0x3FFFFF
GbE - Not present
PDR - Not present
Master Region Access:
CPU/BIOS - ID: 0x0000, Read: 0x0B, Write: 0x0A
ME - ID: 0x0000, Read: 0x0D, Write: 0x0C
GbE - ID: 0x0118, Read: 0x08, Write: 0x08
Based on the Host Region FRACC the Host/CPU/BIOS has ( 0x00004A4B ) :
Read Write
Desc : Yes No
Host : Yes Yes
ME : No No
GbE : Yes Yes
PDR : No No

Total Accessable SPI Memory: 8192KB, Total Installed SPI Memory : 8192KB

FPT Operation Passed

Total Accessable SPI Memory: 8192KB, Total Installed SPI Memory : 8192KB

And look the picture result2..png in result folder and You'll see read and write full passed.

I think that You have reflashed original now and Descriptors are setted giving the Write memory lock.
If You can do a new test with new_backup_FPTs.exe we will look the difference as It's impossible that We cannot write eeprom FPT is much powered.

It's the same, when You do a Recovery Bios your USB must be DOS Formatted
Bootable (contains files Dos for boot) .

So that You used for Recovery is good !

It's an HP USB Tool cracked to do this job use Dos internal.

http://rapidgator.net/file/aed7999f2b7fe...W.rar.html

I'll be back between 10 minutes, solet me know what's happened.
regards

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#50
Yes, I installed the v2.13 again with the stock Insyde flash tool before i did anything again and yes, I have seen the outcome.
I don't know what you mean wit descriptors.
I'll make DOS USB Stick now and let you know.

Sorry, for the long break.

Ok, here is the result:

I renamed the biosbackup.bin to biosback.bin and modified the flash.bat accordingly. (In MS-DOS it's only 8.3 filenames...)

I ran flash.bat. First run causes Error 28 again: Protected Range...
Then prr
Then FPT again this time successful. See (real) screenshots.
Big Grin

I rebootet successfully and entered BIOS.

It still looks exactely the same - should I already have advanced options?!
Angel


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