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[Project] SHE and AHCI BIOS mod for ASUS EeePC 1000H
#31
So the next thing I need is an EeePC 1000H Wink
Does anyone know a good source across germany?

Sometimes you just have to try to be sure it is not working...
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I am back in here as I promised! Big Grin So tell me your needs!
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Product: ASUS 1000H ACPI BIOS
Release: mod by Antinomy & Tol Phobos [www.bios-mods.com]
Revision: 2204GTX-01
Target Product: ASUS Eee PC 1000H
Date: February 08 2011


DISCLAIMER:
Nobody will be held responsible for anything that may go wrong with your BIOS, and by downloading a modded bios you are held responsible for what you choose to do with it.

Release notes
- Initial release based on official ASUS 1000H BIOS Revision 2204 (2009/10/26)
- Custom OEM boot screen & small logo [Tol Phobos]
- 'ATA/IDE Configuration' and 'Configure SATA as' options reactivation [Antinomy]
- SHE (Super Hybrid Engine) increased CPU/FSB/GPU frequencies [Tol Phobos]
* 1216Mhz/101.4Mhz/166Mhz for Power mode
* 1596Mhz/133.0Mhz/166Mhz for High performance mode
* 2008Mhz/167.4Mhz/400Mhz for Super performance mode
/!\ WARNING: Super performance mode frequencies are not guaranteed stable with all the configurations

Credits
- macauman for his guide to mod SHE in 1000HE BIOS
- BIOS-Mods community for its support & Antinomy for his invaluable contribution

           


Attached Files
.rar   1000H-ASUS-2204GTX-01.rar (Size: 937.47 KB / Downloads: 2,234)

Mine - Lenovo Yoga 2 11 (Baytrail-M) Black, Intel 320 120Go, Intel N 6235, Lenovo ThinkPad Bluetooth, BIOS mod WLAN white list removal.
Daughter A - SONY VAIO S13 SVS1311C5E, Logitech V470, BIOS mod R0142C5 GT650M (850Mhz)
Daughter B - ASUS EeePC 1000H Pink, X25-M 80Go, 2Go, Microsoft 3500, DVD LG-GP08NU10, 1000HE keyboard mod, BIOS mod 2204GTX-01
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#33
(02-04-2011, 01:22 PM)Tol Phobos Wrote:
(02-04-2011, 12:13 PM)PhaetomB Wrote: Most of the times, my netbook cannot return from standby mode. I need to push the powerbutton for a couple of secs to restart. If that's all, I don't mind, but it can be something for you guys to look at.
Are you using AHCI, SHE or both ?
What is your OS ?
Are you speaking about standby mode, or deep sleep ?
When it occurs, are you power linked or on battery ?
In which mode is configured SHE ? (Auto, Power, High or Super)
Thanks for your feedback : it helps us to improve our mod .

EDIT : I confirm some unstability with 2204GTS-01 during return from standby AND deep sleep when the 1000H is on battery and SHE configured to Auto. Sometimes, it crashes. It seems that the FSB/CPU value is too low on Power mode, and I will release this weekend a 2204GTS-02 with a stabilized one.

To answer your questions,
- Using AHCI and SHE
- Windows 7 PRO
- Deep sleep, I don't use the standby or hibernate if you will
- I always use the Super-mode from SHE
- With the GTX, I had one BSOD, and afterwards it wouldn't recognize my OCZ Agility SSD, until I took out the battery. It didn't happen before, nor after, so that might be incidental...
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#34
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(01-29-2011, 12:44 PM)Tol Phobos Wrote: Product: ASUS 1000H ACPIBig Grin BIOS
Release: mod by Antinomy & Tol Phobos [www.bios-mods.com]
Revision: 2204GT-01
Target Product: ASUS Eee PC 1000H
Date: January 29 2011


Release notes
- Initial release based on official ASUS 1000H BIOS Revision 2204 (2009/10/26)
- Custom OEM boot screen & small logo [Tol Phobos]
- 'ATA/IDE Configuration' and 'Configure SATA as' options reactivation [Antinomy]

Sweet, nice work guys! Now my Corsair F60 works even better under Linux Mint 10 Big Grin
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#35
Yes, that's the good side of BIOS mods - it's OS independent.
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#36
Greetings Tol Phobos and Antinomy,

Great work on your collaborative effort for the 1000H. By chance would you be able to enable AHCI for the 1000HE? I have looked through the web (including this website) and cannot find anything but bios mods for SHE overclocking. If either or both of you could do it, it would be awesome.

Would you need a copy of my bios or any other information? I recently installed the latest BIOS for my 1000HE from ASUS but the AHCI option is not there.

Apparently the option is not enabled on the earlier versions of the 1000HE. From what I have read in various forums is that the later revisions of the 1000HE have the ability to activate AHCI. Flashing the BIOS with ASUS's supplied updates for my 1000HE does absolutely nothing.

EDIT: Just in case anybody saw my post and is seeing if there is a reply, I started a new thread so I don't start an off-topic discussion in this thread. http://www.bios-mods.com/forum/Thread-AS...de-Request
If you need me to delete this post, please let me know and I will.

Thanks!!!
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#37
any chance you can increase the GPU clock from 166mhz to 333Mhz or 400mhz ?
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#38
(02-14-2011, 11:09 AM)xcooling Wrote: any chance you can increase the GPU clock from 166mhz to 333Mhz or 400mhz ?
In fact, original 1000H 2204 BIOS is managing GPU as this way :
- by default, GPU clock is 400Mhz
- with SHE :
* 133Mhz on Power mode
* 133Mhz on High mode
* 400Mhz on Super mode

I have kept it in GT, GTS & GTX. I have just precised it into GTX release notes because I have done modifications to keep it working.

Mine - Lenovo Yoga 2 11 (Baytrail-M) Black, Intel 320 120Go, Intel N 6235, Lenovo ThinkPad Bluetooth, BIOS mod WLAN white list removal.
Daughter A - SONY VAIO S13 SVS1311C5E, Logitech V470, BIOS mod R0142C5 GT650M (850Mhz)
Daughter B - ASUS EeePC 1000H Pink, X25-M 80Go, 2Go, Microsoft 3500, DVD LG-GP08NU10, 1000HE keyboard mod, BIOS mod 2204GTX-01
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#39
Is it possible for +/- 300mhz on high mode ?
And an option to increase the dedicated vram ?


Thanks for your excellent contribution on making our little eee's that much speedier

cant wait for the memory timing options in bios.
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#40
(02-15-2011, 05:25 PM)xcooling Wrote: cant wait for the memory timing options in bios.
Not going to happen soon. The options were unlocked but aren't working - the BIOS code was either cut out or disabled.

So better use Memset to find optimal timings and then flash SPD to the memory.
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