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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Quote Originally Posted by morpheus67 View Post
    GA-Z77X-UP5TH Bios F12j mod with,
    File-Upload.net - Z77XUP5TH.zip
    ......
    splash logo original Gigabyte
    to notice, load default + save&exit

    Module deletions.
    None
    Vol 2 freespace 107 KB
    Thank you very much for your kindness. It's working fine.


    However, I need more freespace but I don't know how to. Could you make more freespace?

    from
    Firmware Volume : 02 Location : 00000000 Length : 869000
    to
    Firmware Volume : 02 Location : 00000000 Length : 998000 (from Z77XUD5H_16c_modx.rpt)
    Z77X-UP5TH F12j mod5, i7 3770K, GTX 660 OC, Windows 7/8 64bit

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Quote Originally Posted by virtualfred View Post
    I'm not "super" so i need a vacation ... Don't be reluctant, try the modded F12s


    G1.Assassin2 BIOS F12s mod

    Modified with :

    Intel RAID for SATA - 11.6.0.1702 to 12.7.0.1936
    Intel RAID for SATA - 3.5.0.1005 to 3.8.0.1009
    Marvell 88SE91xx Adapter - 1.0.1.0025
    Intel Boot Agent GE 1.3.72 to 1.5.40
    Intel (06E0) CPU Microcode 008 added
    Intel (06E2) Microcode 209 to 20D
    Intel (06E3) CPU Microcode 308 added
    Intel (06D7) Microcode 70B to 710
    Intel (06E4) IvyE CPU Microcode 416 added


    **NOTE : ME Firmware 8.1.40.1416 should be flashed by yourself in Windows.
    Hi i was wondering what mei drivers should i use for 7.1.21.1134 or should i update it to the 8.1.40.1416 and use the latest 9.#.. me drivers

    Id like to say thankyou to the TT community, without this place id be lost..cheers to virtualfred for ALL his work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tetryon View Post
    Hi i was wondering what mei drivers should i use for 7.1.21.1134 or should i update it to the 8.1.40.1416 and use the latest 9.#.. me drivers

    Id like to say thankyou to the TT community, without this place id be lost..cheers to virtualfred for ALL his work.
    I can answer this one, yes use the very latest, but I have noticed that you don't get a reset warning in event log with these, intel_mei_9.5.13.1706.exe ,(latest), I do know that 9.5.12.1688 work as you get the reset warning, but yes, they all install fine, its whether the latest me kit is working or not. After flashing f12s, the shutdown issue as raised its ugly head again, its def the orom causing it not the rst drivers, not a major issue so don't be put off from flashing the mod, it all works fantastic, but once in a while the pc will reboot instead of shutting down, when this happens just let it boot and shutdown.It is rare so don't worry.Cant wait for haswell, nice little power up for my board.
    Last edited by boe323; 08-25-2013 at 05:04 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by boe323 View Post
    I can answer this one, yes use the very latest, but I have noticed that you don't get a reset warning in event log with these, intel_mei_9.5.13.1706.exe ,(latest), I do know that 9.5.12.1688 work as you get the reset warning, but yes, they all install fine, its whether the latest me kit is working or not. After flashing f12s, the shutdown issue as raised its ugly head again, its def the orom causing it not the rst drivers, not a major issue so don't be put off from flashing the mod, it all works fantastic, but once in a while the pc will reboot instead of shutting down, when this happens just let it boot and shutdown.It is rare so don't worry.Cant wait for haswell, nice little power up for my board.
    should i update my me firmware 7.1.21.1134 to 8.1.40.1416 ? or can i keep the firmware and use the latest drivers as you suggested..sorry im a little slow when it comes to pcs, i learn it slow but i remember :P

    and if theres a problem with the flash update can i still switch to the 2nd bios to fix ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tetryon View Post
    should i update my me firmware 7.1.21.1134 to 8.1.40.1416 ? or can i keep the firmware and use the latest drivers as you suggested..sorry im a little slow when it comes to pcs, i learn it slow but i remember :P

    and if theres a problem with the flash update can i still switch to the 2nd bios to fix ?
    You can update the firmware, theres no problem, better security. Yes you can switch to second bios, and press alt f10 together repeatidly until you get the bios flash screen, same goes for first bios, depending what bios your in it will either flash backup or main. I suggest making sure your in main bios, flash mod, check and make sure everythings running sweet, then reboot, press alt(left) and f10 repeatidly until you see loading main, flash backup. Don't forget to clear cmos after flashing mod, not compulsory but good thing to do.
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    A question to all Z77XUD5H users,

    Anyone tried fast boot? Does it work for you and can you enter bios with it enabled?

    Thanks.
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    Fast boot worked fine in F16c, not yet tested F16

    To enter the BIOS you have to turn the power off on the PSU and on next power on you can press DEL as usual.
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Quote Originally Posted by Zardoc View Post
    A question to all Z77XUD5H users,
    Anyone tried fast boot? Does it work for you and can you enter bios with it enabled?
    Thanks.
    Quote Originally Posted by D-an-W View Post
    Fast boot worked fine in F16c, not yet tested F16
    To enter the BIOS you have to turn the power off on the PSU and on next power on you can press DEL as usual.
    With default settings, Fast Boot disable USB keyboard, that why you can't enter BIOS.
    Dan is right, pressing reset and MB turn on normal boot, so you can use your KB to enter in BIOS.

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Fast Boot doesn't work for me when overclocking. I get stuck at a black screen with a flashing cursor, and have to reset the bios. This is on a Z77XUP7. It has never worked for me on any bios version, even the new 7a.
    Regards, Chris

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Thanks guys!!
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