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    When I run the program it doesn't have a GUI like in the example, it just gives me a command prompt as posted above.

    Do you get the GUI?

    Also, my firmware version appears to be "83E1" but I can't find that in the change log so maybe it just isn't compatible?
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Quote Originally Posted by D-an-W View Post
    When I run the program it doesn't have a GUI like in the example, it just gives me a command prompt as posted above.

    Do you get the GUI?

    Also, my firmware version appears to be "83E1" but I can't find that in the change log so maybe it just isn't compatible?
    I have to reboot before using VIA update tool. Yes i have GUI :
    GIGABYTE Modified Bios-via_update_tool-jpg

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    Windows 8 has the drivers, those VIA refuse to install.
    These are the first two lines of the device manager (USB\ROOT_HUB20&VID8086&PID1E2D&REV0004
    ) but only VIA Update Tool seems to be able reading the firmware.
    GIGABYTE Modified Bios-via_drivers-jpg

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    Hi, thanks for the ga z77 d3h mod 4 bios. I have been testing it through out today. I have noticed that the bus speed is greyed out in the bios and also locked at 99.8mhz while in windows. Do you know why this is?
    ga z77 d3h, i5 3570k @ 4.7ghz, hd 7850 @ 1225mhz core

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    Quote Originally Posted by vfdb View Post
    Hi, thanks for the ga z77 d3h mod 4 bios. I have been testing it through out today. I have noticed that the bus speed is greyed out in the bios and also locked at 99.8mhz while in windows. Do you know why this is?
    Is this GA-Z77-D3H Rev. 1.0?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bongkie View Post
    Is this GA-Z77-D3H Rev. 1.0?
    Hi, yeah it is.
    ga z77 d3h, i5 3570k @ 4.7ghz, hd 7850 @ 1225mhz core

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Quote Originally Posted by vfdb View Post
    Hi, thanks for the ga z77 d3h mod 4 bios. I have been testing it through out today. I have noticed that the bus speed is greyed out in the bios and also locked at 99.8mhz while in windows. Do you know why this is?
    Try checking your ME Firmware. Usually problems like that and losing unlocked multi's are because of ME firmware going bad or being incompatible, i.e. using ME8 firmware with a BIOS that supports ME7 firmware or ME7 firmware with a BIOS that supports ME8 firmware.

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Quote Originally Posted by vfdb View Post
    Hi, thanks for the ga z77 d3h mod 4 bios. I have been testing it through out today. I have noticed that the bus speed is greyed out in the bios and also locked at 99.8mhz while in windows. Do you know why this is?
    I just checked it with Z77X-UD3H F20a mod3's BIOS, same base and same content, and no problem with BCLK setting. Could you flash it again with Q-flash ?

    Did you also check MEI version with MEinfo ?
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Does the 9.5 driver support x79 for ME?, or do I need the 8.1.40?
    A WHOLE LOT OF NOTHING WORKS PROPERLY

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    Quote Originally Posted by boe323 View Post
    Does the 9.5 driver support x79 for ME?, or do I need the 8.1.40?
    Hey Boe
    Have you managed to flash your Assassin with the MEI Firmware to 8.1.40 ?
    I have tried several methods now but without success. I,m running Windows 64 8.1 preview edition. i keep getting errors of one sort or another.
    It will just not take.
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