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    Default Fullscreen image facewizard z77x board not possible anymore ?

    Hello guys ,

    I've tried out the latest bios available here for the z77x-D3H , but it doesn't let me load a custom fulscreen image using facewizard, the bios menu is located in the bottom part of the screen in the newer bioses and it seems that it takes a bevel like space around the screen which the full screen image is restricted within.
    I hope you understand what I mean and if someone has an answer for me.

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    Default Re: Fullscreen image facewizard z77x board not possible anymore ?

    Interesting. I never knew about face wizard, or if I did I forgot. I downloaded it, will try it later.

    After googling around apparently it only works with a 640x480 pic, is that what you used?
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    Default Re: Fullscreen image facewizard z77x board not possible anymore ?

    LOL this is something Lsdmeasap had knowledge of. But methinks this is now obsolete...JMO

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    Default Re: Fullscreen image facewizard z77x board not possible anymore ?

    Quote Originally Posted by CDS Foley View Post
    LOL this is something Lsdmeasap had knowledge of. But methinks this is now obsolete...JMO
    how do you mean obsolete ? is there another way to do this then ?

    doesn't anyone here change the bios image anymore ?

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    Default Re: Fullscreen image facewizard z77x board not possible anymore ?

    Ahhh,didn't saw this threat earlier.
    Yes,can be done!

    With Facewizard choose BIOS ,then load image, Auto and Save.
    Then saved BIOS (same as installed) with new logo must be flashed again.

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    or maybe I am wrong....

    Edit1:
    I just done with Face wizard,
    seems that logo is a bit smaller,so I'll increase size and do again.
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    Default Re: Fullscreen image facewizard z77x board not possible anymore ?

    ok great , thanks for the tip , I'll try that and let you guys know how it goes

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