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155 comments:

  1. Hi! I have installed rom P8H67-M PRO on my P8H67-M PRO B3 (3.0). Is this no problem? Speedstep seems to work. No kp after removing nullcpumanagement kext.

    Thanks for your work!

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  2. Hi Sammi - I have an Asus Barebones V9-P8H67E (http://www.asus.com/Barebone_PC/V_Series_2530L/V9P8H67E/). Is there any chance you could knock up a modified bios for this board. It would be a massive help and is clearly beyond my capability to handle.

    Cheers and keep up the good work!

    Tom

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    1. Hi Tom,
      http://www.mediafire.com/?8t2i2ofrckydckt

      its the latest rom from the link you provided.

      Sami

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  3. Is it possible to have a Bios for some Asus Laptops. The Asus G74SX is a common one for example and one which I have. Its is the closest thing to a portable desktop. GTX560M Graphics card 16GB Ram 2630QM processor etc etc!! This is a high end gamers laptop.

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  4. Is it possible to apply these same edits to a socket 2011 ROM, like the ASUS P9X79 Pro? I have that board and an i7-3930K mostly working, but am stuck using NullCPUPowerManagement still. =/

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  5. Hi there, I've got a P8H67-M LX. Are there currently any plans on adding that one to the list?

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    1. yes, ill add it very soon

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    2. Awesome, thanks so much for all your hard work!

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  6. Hi Does using this bios affect Windows performance?

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  7. Thanks for your answer, there is a new update out for my MB: P8H67-M PRO BIOS 3604. http://support.asus.com/Download.aspx?SLanguage=en&m=P8H67-M+PRO&p=1&s=39
    Could you please patch the bios for it? :)
    Thanks!

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    1. the latest roms for a couple boards (yours, the p8z68-v, p8z68-v pro) are different when unpacked compared to the older roms.
      the location of what needs to be changed is different.

      if those who found the info on how to do this originally, find out and let it be known what has changed, then the latest roms will be uploaded.

      till then, either use the older rom, or use the latest rom with speedstepper

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    2. Are the Rom's poster as of today Aug 4th updated? Thank You!

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  8. thanks for your answer, hope that a solution can be found. :)

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  9. There is a new bios version for P8Z68-V Pro/Gen 3 (3202). Any chance you gonna update it soon? 'cause there was only the 0402 right now on your list. Thank :)

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  11. Hi Sam..but you change only value CPU PEI or another Value in asus p8z68 deluxe, my SHA1 is different whith your bios or you changhe another value ?

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  13. Hi there, any news for Z77 owners? :)

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  14. Hello, thanks for this awesome repository!

    I have a small problem with my P8Z68 Deluxe/Gen 3 board,

    I've flashed my BIOS to the latest ver 3202 from late Feb 2012.

    When I try and flash the modified BIOS, I get a message saying it's outdated and there's no other way for me to rollback my current BIOS right now.

    Will you be releasing an updated BIOS?

    Thanks

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  15. Hi,

    What a great resource :)

    Any chance of a patched ROM for the ASUS P8H61-MX?

    http://support.asus.com/download.aspx?SLanguage=en&p=1&s=39&m=P8H61-MX&os=&hashedid=aIs6yWKQEf4TErAt

    Thanks in advance

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  16. hello thank you very much for your work turned out quite useful to me when some installations ... HOWEVER I have a query, it is possible to get a modified bios for an ASUS motherboard socket 1156 ¿? in specific P7P55D model ... if possible I thank you for the help ... from already thank you very much and success in your projects

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  18. Hi

    I followed the steps for the "P8P67 REV 3.1" rom, and got all the way to the "ASUS EZ Flash 2 Utility" screen. But when I try to flash the bios, it tells me the rom file is "Image integrity check failed." Is there a human error on my part, or is there some error with the rom file?

    Thanks —j

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    1. Hi,
      that usually means that the version you have currently installed is higher than the version you are trying to flash.
      which version is currently installed on your board? 2302?

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  19. hi, with this bios, there are need to dsdt file?

    Thanks for your work¡¡¡

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    1. doesnt change whether a dsdt is needed or not.
      if you used a dsdt before, still use one

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  20. Great work guys.

    I have a P8H77-I.
    Great board. Working well with kexts but I'd like to switch to dsdt..
    Any chance of a patched bios?

    Cheers!

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    1. atm modified bioses for *77 boards dont get passed the security check.
      visit revogirl.blogspot.com for more info

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  21. P8P67 EVO's BIOS version 3207 is now availabe. would you update it plz?

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  22. For P8H61 M LX BIOS version 3207?

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  23. P8Z68-V GEN3 BIOS 3304 now available, please update!
    http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/LGA1155/P8Z68-V_GEN3/P8Z68-V-GEN3-ASUS-3304.zip

    Thank you!

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  24. Hello. P8P67 Rev.3.0 Bios 3207 - please update.
    Thanks.

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  25. Hello. I have a ASUS P8Z77-M Pro Mainboard.
    Is it possible that you make a modified BIOS for this mainboard?

    Thx

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    1. atm modified bioses for *77 boards dont get passed the security check.
      visit revogirl.blogspot.com for more info

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  26. Any chance of adding X58 mobos like the Sabertooth?

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    1. read the main post again.
      its for 1155 boards. 1366 boards dont have the same issue

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  27. Great thanks samisnake, it did work smoothly with P8Z68-V-Pro (and the DSDT 3203 update from tomymacx86)

    Cheers

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  28. After update my P8P67 Evo latest bios I cant open my hackintosh? Boot great but stuck on apple logo no spinning cursor stuck on there? I deleted NullCPUPowerManagement nothing changes? What do you suggest?

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    1. were you using a dsdt?
      if so, boot up with DSDT=Null

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    2. Thank you so much this combination open machine. But should I use every opening this combination? What is that mean my Dsdt is broken or I must to make own DSDT?

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  29. Any chance of adding a do it yourself guide? If not is there a possibility of adding ASUS Maximus IV Extreme B3 board? Thanks in advance.

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    1. DIY guide is available on insanelymac.
      Maximus IV Extreme added

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    2. Dude, I am at a loss of words. Thank you so very much.

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  30. No sound after update bios 3207? No way to hear sound? How to fix this or we can make this?

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    1. looks like that is one of the problems updating to the 3k roms on some of the older boards.
      use hdanenabler until a dsdt fix is found. or you could downgrade back to the older version. up to you

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  31. Hello samisnake.
    Thank you for your work.
    I have a Maximus IV Gene-Z/Gen3 mobo
    Can you make a modified Latest 3305 BIOS for this mainboard?
    Thanks

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  32. Hey samisnake, can you create a modified bios of 3304 for the P8Z68-V PRO GEN3?

    Great work and thanks!

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  33. Hi !

    It is possible whit a Asus x79 ??

    Thanks!

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    1. x79/lga2011 cant use native power management yet, so its not needed.
      when they can, theyll be added

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  34. Any chance of adding bios 3304 for the Maximus IV Extreme-Z? I'll try the diy guide too but it looks a bit scary.

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  35. Fantastic task mate! thanks for your efforts. If you happen to have the time and the will could you fix the bios for Asus P8h77-m?
    Thanks in advance.

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    1. currently no known way to flash a modified *77 bios.
      they will be added when its confirmed

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  36. Hi semisnake! thanks for the reply! look I managed to tweak the rom but crashed to this wall: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?s=a89293660404ead9676b65961eabd61d&showtopic=278208&st=20&p=1823000&#entry1823000
    However I managed to get over that fence by doing this:
    Method: dynamic
    Manufacturer: asus
    In advanced I checked: "dont alter any acpi tables"
    unchecked: "replace all OEM/Table id occurences"
    Then, of course, checked the "No Slic" and "Allow user to modify other modules".
    Didnt flash the bios yet, dont have the mobo with me now.
    What do you think?

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    1. never had that problem with an asus one before.
      that part isnt the problem anyway. doing the modification to the rom goes fine, but when flashing it it comes up with 'security verification failed' or similar.

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  37. You are right mate. "Security verification failed". Guess we must wait a workaround this.

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  38. Could you please motify the new bios for P8H67-M PRO MB? (3802) http://support.asus.com/Download.aspx?SLanguage=en-en&m=P8H67-M+PRO&p=1&s=39

    Thanks for your work!

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  40. Latest bios for P8Z68-V/GEN3(3402) was uploaded on ASUS.
    Could you make it patched?
    There's also version 3304, but I think it can be skipped.

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  41. Asus P8H61-M LE CSM has several new BIOS revisions.

    http://support.asus.com/Download.aspx?SLanguage=en&m=P8H61-M+LE%2fCSM&p=1&s=39

    The board I got from Newegg is running 4001, but 4104 is the most recent.

    Thanks for all your hard work.

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  42. Could u please update Asus P8H67-M EVO to v.3402 or can u tell me what to edit so i can do it myself. Thanks.

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    1. many p67 and h67 boards on 3xxx roms have issues with osx, eg. audio not working at all/sleep not working.
      i can give you a link to the rom if you really want it, but if there is nothing wrong with the rom you are using, or you want to update for the sake of it, dont.

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  43. Could you please update the bios of P8Z68-V PRO GEN3 to the 3402 version ? Very BIG thank you for your work !!!

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  44. Please update P8P67-M to latest BIOS! Thanks

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    1. Nevermind, I successfully managed to do so myself! Here's my modified version of the 3602 BIOS for the Asus P8P67-M (not the pro model): http://www.datafilehost.com/download-c13c9cb0.html

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    2. Hello ouija, how did u do it? What software was used to edit and what was edited? Thanks

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  45. Can you update P8P67 to the latest 3301 rom? Much appreciated.

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    1. many p67 boards have issues with the 3xxx roms, such as audio and sleep not working.
      if there is nothing wrong with the rom you are using, dont update

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    2. I am also interested in newest P8P67 bios 3301. I am aware of all possible problems, I am using previous 3k bios now. Could you upload newest patched bios? I would be very grateful!

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    3. http://bios.zmac.net/asus/P8P67-ASUS-3301_modified.zip

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  46. Could you please update P8Z68-V bios to the latest 3402? Thanks for you work!

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  47. Hello good sir, thanks for your job

    is it possible to have the modified rom for the latest p8h61m lx ?
    http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/LGA1155/P8H61-M_LX/P8H61-M-LX-ASUS-4301.zip

    Thank you

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    1. Sorry I did not see the new post about the "Do not upgrade or die" rule, my bad :)
      My system works fine in 10.7.3 anyway and Im waiting for ML so dont bother to make this rom for me

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    2. i dont know about die, but if your system works fine, best to leave it tbh.
      the rom wont fails the repack check anyway. seems quite a few of the 4xxx do that.

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  48. Hi Samisnake, Great job you're doing. I've this troublesome P8H67-I board that I've downgraded to 0803 ROM here and still get KP with either the vanilla 10.7.4 AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext or the Multibeast 4.5.1 modified version. DSDT is in place, removing the above kext boots fine but of course no Sleep till Brooklin... Any idea what else to try?

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    1. Nevermind, I applied the RTFM method and from the refering page found the solution, on the following line!

      For anyone in the same boat, here's the solution:
      http://www.tonymacx86.com/viewtopic.php?f=14&t=57287

      Cheers

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  49. Hi samisnake
    Cloud you update Asus P8Z68-M pro Bios to last update ?

    http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/LGA1155/P8Z68-M_PRO/P8Z68-M-PRO-ASUS-3806.zip
    Thank you!!

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    1. latest bios fails to reintegrate the modified module

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  50. hey samisnake
    Could you update Asus P8H61-M LE/CSM Rev 3.0 Bios to last update ?

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    1. the 4xxx roms fail to reintegrate the modified module, so cant do it, sorry

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  51. Hi Samisnake,

    can you update to the lastest Bios for the Maximus IV Extreme-Z Version 3501?
    Thanks for your great work!

    http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/LGA1155/Maximus_IV_Extreme-Z/Maximus-IV-Extreme-Z-ASUS-3501.zip

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  52. Hello Samisnake,

    This is so awesome! I have been waiting for native power management on my hackintosh for ever, and you have made it available for me. Thank you! The only problem is that I saw you took down the rom for my board (P8Z77-V LX). Was there a problem with this rom? I saw you had it before, and I downloaded, but I am unsure to try and flash my bios with it now that I see you have pulled it down.

    It would be great if you could let me know about what happened to it.
    Thank you very much.

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    1. hi,
      yes the roms for both the -V LX and -V LK were removed.
      to use the roms for the z77 boards, you need to use the usb flashback feature.
      the LX and LK do not come with that feature.
      ezflash (in the advanced section of the bios) will not flash it, nor will bupdater dos utility.

      there are a couple possible (but not tested) ways you could go from here.
      one is to try flashrom in linux to flash the modified rom.
      the other way is to buy a bios chip (easily replaceable) from this seller on ebay http://myworld.ebay.co.uk/zeanon/?_trksid=p4340.l2559
      if you message him with a link to the modified bios, he will program it onto the chip for you.
      as no security checks will take place (the reason why the bios fails to flash when using anything other than flashback) its likely that the modded bios will work.
      there are issues with this way, such as cost and inability to upgrade the bios, but it is most likely to work for you.

      hope that helps

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    2. Thank you. I will look into those methods. I know my way around in linux, so I'll probably try the flashrom method. And again, this is great work! Much appreciated.

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    3. no problem.
      whichever method you go, could you give an update when you are done? if it works, it could help other LX/LK users.
      flashrom method can be risky, but i suppose if your bios dies, you have to try the chip method ;-)
      good luck!

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    4. I just looked on flashrom's website to see that it doesn't yet support any ASUS 7 series MoBos. Oh well. Not sure if I will live with patched PowerManagement, go for the bios chip thing, or just get another MoBo. After all, I have been lusting after a thunderbolt board ... :)
      However, I will be sure to give you an update if I do manage to get the flashed bios on the LX.

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  53. Asus P8Z68-V PRO 3402
    Asus P8Z68-V PRO/GEN3 3402

    Both have:
    -Intel RAID ROM Updated 11.2.0.1527 (Use the 11.2.0.1006 RST Driver<
    -Micron eSATA ROM Updated 1.07.28
    -ASUS SLIC 2.1
    -Flashed and tested and work flawlessly!

    Turns out that Intel's 11.5 ROM/Driver Combo performs worse than the 11.2 ROM/Driver combo in many cases. There are also other reports stating the opposite, ran my own tests. They seem conclusive.

    11.5 also has been pulled from Intel's website due to a nasty memory link in the iastor service that can case eventual data corruption. They recommend going down to 11.2.0.1006.

    There are also reports that properly working and verifiable TRIM for RAID arrays doesn't yet exist in 11.5 using a Z68 chipset yet (Z77 do work, though). Google it and look for a guy posting; alias "Fernando". He's run lots of tests and posted the results.

    Here are my results with an idle at the BIOS screen for at least 6 hours right before testing.
    (Both PCs have 2 x 128 GB Crucial M4 in RAID 0)
    Exhibit A: P8Z68-V PRO/GEN3 with 11.5
    Exhibit B:P8Z68-V PRO/GEN3 with 11.2

    Didn't take screenshot with 11.5 for the next board, but I remember sequential read being ~820 MBps
    P8Z68-V PRO/GEN3 with 11.2

    Had to stop being lazy and learn how to do this... it wasn't so bad. Figured I should give back a little, for the much I have taken.

    Enjoy :)

    Samisnake,

    is there a thread that may help me out or do you mind explaining how I might begin to perform the DSDT patch on that Chronos 7 bios (13FD) I listed in your first post on your site?

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  54. Note: Write back cache enabled for all tests of the SSDs in RAID 0.

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  55. Hi Samisnake,

    I have just bought an Asus P8Z77-v-Pro-Thunderbolt. I have downloaded the file P8ZZ77VPTB.cap, I have copied to a flash drive formatted fat32 and copied the file to the root. I have then placed the fash drive in the marked USB port on the rear of the board. According to the directions you then have to press a solenoid switch on the motherboard near to the hdled etc connector. Press it for 3 seconds it says, the led flasshes for a couple of secs then stops flashing and stays on. But the BIOS does not update...

    The only saving grace is that I have downloaded the latest Asus bios P8z&&-V-Pro- Thunderbolt - Asus- 1504.cap, with the same result. Do these roms have to be renamed. Sorry if I am being very dumb

    Brgds/TonyD

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  56. Can I make a request for the socket 1156 Asus V7-P7H55E ?
    It is a barebone and has a very crappy Bios.
    The bios is here:
    http://www.asus.com/Barebone_PC/V_Series_2530L/V7P7H55E/#download
    Any help is greatly appreciated!

    (by the way, adding this comment did not work on Chrome on OS X ?)

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    1. these roms arent to do with 1156.

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  57. Hi there, I've downloaded and used the P8P67 PRO Rev 3.1, but since then the MAC Address of my gygabit has canged in 88:88:88:88:89:88 and I cannot find a way to set it back, in windows I can use the tool inside the drivers to set it back but it is just a software fix, in OSX I'm not able to, is there any way to set the MAC Address back as it was? Thanks Tony

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    1. hi matey, never mind, I've fixed the MAC address with EEUDPATE.EXE via DOS, look forward for your next bios for p8p67 pro rev 3.1
      ta
      Tony

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    2. nice fix.
      i have later roms for that board. latest being 3207 currently, but theres a risk of audio not working with that rom. if you want to try it, can send it to you.

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    3. Hi thanks for the info on the bios but after finish my installation I found out the I cannot work my DVB-S as I need, so I may leave the OSX and stick with Windows. thanks anyways for your work.

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  58. P8Z68-M Pro link is dead. I need it desperately if possible. Hung up on install for a friend needing the machine done ASAP. Any help is greatly appreciated

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  59. is there a way to force flash a board? because I have a CM6850 and it has the OEM BIOS but the board is a P8H67-M PRO or samisnake would it be possible to take the P8 BIOS and change the model ID to CM6850?
    http://www.asus.com/Desktop/Entertainment/Essentio_CM6850/
    this is the link to the system and bios download maybe you can help me my email is thatmann00b@gmail.com :D

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  60. samisnake my friend what is the problem with the p7z77-lx?
    can you plz re upload the modded bios or send it to me?

    thanks in advance

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  61. **samisnake my friend what is the problem with the p8z77-lx?
    can you plz re upload the modded bios or send it to me?

    thanks in advance

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  62. that mobo has the usb flash feature...this way i flashed the latest bios

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    1. your doesnt have the "flashback" feature according to the asus site. you cant flash a modded bios on a z77 board using the regular method of ezflash.
      if you want to try it though http://bios.zmac.net/asus/P8Z77-V-LX-ASUS-0801_modified.zip

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    2. can you plz make a modded version for this version P8Z77-V LX BIOS 1201
      thanks in advance!

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    3. confirm that your board can flash a modded bios first, then i will.
      there is no point making one for that board if it cannot.

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  63. can you make a modded version for this version BIOS 3304 для ASUS P8Z68 Deluxe/Gen3
    instead of 3202.

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  64. Thanks a lot for the excellent work you're doing!

    The Maximus IV GENE-Z is up to BIOS 3402 on the Asus download page.
    http://support.asus.com/download.aspx?SLanguage=en&m=Maximus%20IV%20GENE-Z&p=1&s=39&os=30&hashedid=nKcJ3Ac58hWxiR0F

    Should one stick with your modded 3203 BIOS ?

    Can you mod the latest 3402 BIOS ?

    Thanks, in advance!

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  65. Can you patch the latest BIOS for Asus P8H67-M Pro? (B3/v3.0)
    Link is here: http://support.asus.com/Download.aspx?SLanguage=en&m=P8H67-M+PRO&p=1&s=39 + P8H67-M PRO BIOS 3806.

    Thanks!

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  66. Hi There. Firstly, thanks so much for providing the support needed for ASUS boards to run hackintosh. Really appreciate the time you've put into this :0)

    I've recently purchased a P8Z77-V PRO mobo (http://uk.asus.com/Motherboards/Intel_Socket_1155/P8Z77V_PRO/#download) and am trying to dual boot it with mountain lion & win7. I'm trying to use unibeast to do this as I have a macbook.

    When I got the board I didn't know about the speedstep issues and so upgraded the bios to 1504 (latest). I tried to install your modded 1206 on top of this but it would progress to about 50% then the last part would speed up significantly then ask me to reboot. After rebooting I still find that 1504 is installed. So I did a bit of research and found that I may need to hack a lower version in, so I used AMIFLASH tools to do this using modded 1406, which appears to work but on reboot still at 1504 :( I did try to downgrade to official 1206 using AMIFLASH and this worked but then windows won't boot anymore and is not repairable so I put 1504 back on.

    Not sure why modded 1406 won't take on the bios. Any ideas?

    Thanks
    Sunil

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    1. try using the usb flashback feature, and report back

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  67. Hi There,

    I have a P8Z77-V with Bios Version 1406.
    Do i Need to upgrade my bios to 1606 first before i flash your bios mod?

    Because i am stuck here i dont have a DSDT and can't get a stable version too,
    so flashing my bios is my last change for a stable OSX Mountain Lion.

    Really hope you can help!

    Greets
    Gaya

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    1. can just update straight to the modified rom.
      no need to flash the stock rom first

      you wont need a modified dsdt for your board.
      the native dsdt should be fine

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    2. Thank you so much for your help
      Can you maby tell me what settings i need to use in multibeast do you know this?
      So that i have a good stable OSX running.
      i tryed so many things but get lost and i am a music producer so i need a stable osx.
      (My imac i too old for logic 9 :)

      oh and i do have a legal version os OSX Mountain Lion!
      Bought in the appstore i know that most of you guys won't help if you have an illegal OSX.

      my setup is:

      - i5 2500K (SB)
      - P8Z77-V (v.1406)
      - 8GB 1333 mhz
      - GTX 670 FTW (EVGA)
      - SSD 256 GB (Samsung 830)
      - 1TB Seagate Barracuda
      - OCZ 700 watt

      Any Help with this would be so nice!

      Again thank you for helping us all!

      Greets
      Gaya

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  68. Do i need to enable all these
    or is there no need for it?:

    CPU C1E
    CPU C3 report
    CPU C6 Report
    Package C state Support

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    1. an what about a SSDT do i need the SSDT from multibeast 5.0.2 or 4.6.1
      or dont i need a ssdt file?

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    2. you need all those options c1e etc enabled. and you need an ssdt for that cpu.

      find a forum and ask there.
      this isnt for step by step build help

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    3. Thank you samisnake!

      I will ask the forums from tony and mac for a SSDT for my CPU.

      Thanks a million!

      Greetings from Gaya

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  69. Hi samisnake,

    Could you please patch the latest BIOS for Asus P8H67-M Pro? (B3/v3.0)
    Link is here: http://support.asus.com/Download.aspx?SLanguage=en&m=P8H67-M+PRO&p=1&s=39 + P8H67-M PRO BIOS 3806.

    Thanks!!

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    1. http://bios.zmac.net/asus/P8H67-M-PRO-ASUS-3806_modified.zip

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    2. Thanks samisnake! Working fine here! (Audio, sleep, shutdown, speedstep, etc.)

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    3. great! thanks for confirming.
      ill update the bios on the blog for that board

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  70. Could you please update the bios of P8 H61 MLX PLUS V2 ? thanks you for your work !!!

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  71. Hi samisnake,

    Could you please patch the latest 3501 BIOS for Asus Maximus IV Gene-Z/Gen3
    Link is here: http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/LGA1155/Maximus_IV_GENE-Z_GEN3/MAXIMUS-IV-GENE-Z-GEN3-ASUS-3501.zip

    thanks

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  72. Its Working...!!! on Asus P8Z77-V Pro/Thunderbolt (Sleep, SpeepStep) and remove this nullcpupowermanagement... Very nice and thank you for autor. :O)

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  73. Hello Samisnake,


    get the BIOS P8Z77MP.Cap not installed even under DOS, you could please the files short time check, possible way is corrupt the files.

    I have deposited a photo for use in Forum Tony Mac/Mrengles

    Many Thanks Frankyboy

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    1. the only way to flash this rom is to use the usb flashback method.
      you cannot use DOS to flash it

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    1. Well I must me time read with flashback I had never pleasure but I that look at properly me,.
      Most only EZ I Flash and DOS me sure as always to ASUS

      Thank for your update!

      many greetings

      Frankyboy

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  75. Hello Samisnake,

    Thank you for the great work you are doing!
    New BIOSes (0704) for 1155 Maximus are up on Asus site:

    http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/Intel_Socket_1155/Maximus_V_Extreme/#download

    Could you have a look at those updates?

    Thanking you in advance :-)

    Marius

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  76. I need it desperately if possible. Hung up on install for a friend needing the machine done ASAP. Any help is greatly appreciated..............Asus Technical Support

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