The best BIOS support team on the internet is here, welcome.

Our team of experts works daily to help modify and update your BIOS, and answer your requests within 24hrs.

What is a Bios? A BIOS is defined as a Basic Input Output System.The BIOS is boot firmware, designed to be the first code run by a PC when powered on. The initial function of the BIOS is to identify, test, and initialize system devices such as the video display card, hard disk, floppy disk and other hardware. The BIOS sets the machine hardware into a known state, so that software stored on compatible media can be loaded, executed, and given control of the PC. This process is known as booting, or booting up, which is short for bootstrapping. One of the most important elements of the BIOS for the user is the setup screen, where users can configure startup options and push PC hardware to its limits.

BIOS ChipWhere do we come in? As the modern age of technology exponentially grows in complexity, so does the BIOS. Bioses become more complex, larger in size, and harder to understand. Not only do they become more complicated, but OEM manufacturers (HP, Dell, Acer, etc.) attempt to limit their BIOSes capabilities, to prevent users from running their computer at specifications that could be dangerous to the system. This includes disabling Overclocking abilities, CPU Microcode Updates, uncertified wireless cards, and much more.

What we help you accomplish in our forums is to unlock the potential of your BIOS in a timely fashion, and help you to better understand your BIOS. Here are just a few examples of the modifications we perform:

* Custom Boot Screens and Logos.
* Award/AMI Unlock Overclocking and Hidden Options.
* Whitelist Wificard Modification (For enabling Wifi cards on uncertified PC’s)
* AMD and Intel CPU Microcode Updates.

What if I’m only looking to update a certified BIOS from the manufacturer? No problem. Both the community and the resource pages on the site will help you understand the fundamentals of updating your computer’s BIOS on any system. Please visit our BIOS Update Resource Page for more information.

We hope that we can help you further understand your BIOS, as well as unlock what OEMs don’t want you to have. Please browse the site, visit the forum for requests, and most importantly, enjoy!


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11 Responses to “The best BIOS support team on the internet is here, welcome.”

  • Jay Bee:

    Got a Clevo PH170M (Sager Branded) and it comes with an AMI BIOS (4.64) locked up tight as a drum. The disappointing thing is that this is a Sandy Bridge platform (2820QM) but they have the memory timings locked at 1333Mhz, instead of the 1666Mhz speed the processor with it’s built in memory controller support. I bought my own Kingston HYper-X 1666Mhz SO-DIMM’s but the computer has them all buttoned down to 1333. Is there a way to unlock the menus in this BIOS to regain control over the memory timings? Chipset is HM68.

  • gabe:

    hi, im new about bios modification. i wanna know if modifying bios will reveal hidden options in system set-up? i have a hp pavillion dv2710us. i tried to flash bios using a modded bios by TTAV134 (HP nothing change on the bios menu. no additional options are revealed after the flashing. please help me coz the gpu is overheating and i need an option in bios to control the fan speed. please reply and send it to my e-mail. thank you for this helpful resource

  • Sebastian Dudda:

    Hello, I’m tryin’ to mod my Bios of a tyan s2665 MB. But I just have a Problem, because there are some features in the phoenix bios editor (demo) there are greyed out and can’t activated. My Software is not enough or I don’t know enough to do something like that.
    Do you have the equipment to do things like unlock this bios?
    The Data of my Hardware is: Tyan Thunder s2665 Board with intel E7505 chipset. Southbridge 82801DB (ICH4) PLL: ICS9248-146
    Phoenix Bios 4.06 Rev. 0.90FD. 1357. version 04/06/2005
    I am very happy when you have interst to do that.

    Sorry for that English, but I am German 😉

    friendly greez from Germany

  • Dave The Rave:

    Hi guys, First how are you doing? Well I am here today to ask about the sony vaio VPCEB4J0E/white which comes with a terrible performance with windows 7 home edition,
    I have tried to change the the BIOS configuration but unfortunately it is locked by sony and is a basic one.
    Here is the name of the BIOS:
    Intel(R) Core(TM) i3 CPU M370 @ 240GHz,2399 Mhz, 2 Core(s)
    American Megatrends Inc. R1170y8, 28/01/11

    I will be very happy if I can get help here….
    Thank you!

  • Sunbecks:

    Hi everyone!
    Nice to see you guys here!
    I’m a newbie to BIOS.
    My laptop is Dell N5110,here is the specifications:
    CPU Intel Core i5-2450M
    Motherboard Dell 0FXK2Y (Intel HM67 (Cougar Point) [B3])
    RAM 4 GBytes
    Graphics Intel HD Graphics 3000
    Hard drive WDC WD5000BPVT-75HXZT3
    Display LG Philips LP156WH4-TLA1
    NIC Realtec Semiconductor RTL8101/2/3 Family Fast Ethernet NIC
    Audio Card Intel Cougar Point PCH – High Definition Audio Controller [B3]

    Now,I’m looking for a suitable BIOS(which can support UEFI) to flash so as to easily deal with Hackintosh.My BIOS type is AMI EFI.
    Is there anyone who can tell me if there is any resources for me to utilize?
    Many thanks and regards.

  • Hello! Tochiba Qosmio X875-Q7390 I like. BIOS version 6.30…..I bought a graphics card Nvidia Quadro K5100M. However, the list “Whitelist Bios” does not allow it to install. I appeal to you to make this card to the list of approved equipment as “Whitelist Bios” for this laptop in the next version of the BIOS. Is it possible to ask for your firm?
    Sincerely, Aleksos.
    Sorry for my English, I use technical means of translation.

    Now Bios version:
    ACPI Flash BIOS version 6.30 for Satellite/Qosmio P870/P875/X870/X875
    Posted Date: 2013-02-21 | Version: 6.30 | Size: 22.58M

    For reference: PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_11B8&SUBSYS “NVIDIA Quadro K5100M”

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