Asus G771JW unlocked bios (LF)

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  1. Meowod

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    Hi! Currently come across this machine and im having great cpu throttling trouble, im looking for a unlocked bios in order to change the thermal throttling, i saw on another forum that this guy came across a unlocked bios but i couldnt find where.

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    Modding AMI BIOS is very easy and can be done by pretty much everyone, I'll show you how:

    Utilities you will need:

    AfuWin: https://ami.com/?AMIBIOS_and_Aptio_AMI_F...tility.zip

    AmiBcp: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BxO67ah...sp=sharing (this version works with our bios)

    Steps:

    Extract AfuWin (copy amiflash\AptioV\afu\afuwin\64\afuwin.zip somewhere safe and extract that zip file, you will get a single folder)

    Fire up "AFUWINGUI.exe" and go to the progress tab

    Press save and select a valid location (the progress "blocks" should start moving, your laptop will not respond during the read, don't worry)

    Now that you have your rom file open up AMIBCP.exe and open up your .rom file you just created.

    Stay in the "Setup Configuration" tab and expand the first little folder

    Then expand the setup folder

    In the folders inside setup you will find more folders which sort of match to the tabs in your BIOS

    Go through the options and change something basic, for example: change "Main>Processor information" and change "Show" to "No" (again this is just a test to see if this will work without wasting too much time)

    Go to "File>Save as" and save the file to something like "afuwinmod.rom" for example, it should say "Saving rom image..." wait a few seconds and the file should be saved.

    Go back to the AFUWIN folder and open up a command prompt.

    BEFORE YOU FLASH:

    Understand that this might end up bricking your laptop if done incorrectly and that I'm not responsible for any damages.

    Type this in your cmd: AFUWINx64.exe "rom file location (without quotes)" /P /B /K

    Press enter and it should ask for admin rights, just click yes.

    Post your output here to see if the flash was succesful, it it's something like this:

    Reading flash ............... done
    - FFS checksums ......... ok
    Erasing Boot Block .......... done
    Updating Boot Block ......... done
    Verifying Boot Block ........ done
    Erasing Main Block .......... done
    Updating Main Block ......... done
    Verifying Main Block ........ done
    Erasing NCB Block ........... done
    Updating NCB Block .......... done
    Verifying NCB Block ......... done

    Then everything should be fine.

    If this works, we can continue with more advanced stuff, this is just as a test to see if it even works without wasting too much time!
     
  3. Support.2@XOTIC PC

    Support.2@XOTIC PC Company Representative

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    Yep, just be wary of bricking the Machine of course.
     
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