Only this way you could achive anything besides “Verification failed”. If it’s just a checksum and not a signed signature with keys, can’t the checksum be fixed after modification of the oROMs? Your plan is good. Fernando Show info Posts:. Then I installed all the Chipset package for intel motherboard dqgf then I tried putting in the win 7 disc before booting xp to load and reformat the hard drive.. I don’t know which oROM to insert, you should research that.
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I put in a windows xp installation disc and it finds the drivers excellent. Zitat von Exciter im Beitrag 1 Is it possible to update Intel nuc mainboards? Again, before doing any of that make sure that PhoenixTool can properly reconstruct the image. But even if it does not, replacing the code via hex is not hard.
But when i try another bigger module this is the response of phoenixtool: Go to original post. Regards Dieter alias Fernando. If you are using RAID this may not help. You can not post a blank message.
Intel® Desktop Board DQ965GF
Checksum can, but those taid can’t: DoZe has attached files to this post eeprom. Otherwise, I don’t think you should even attempt such a mod.
Tue Feb 24, 8: Tue Feb 24, 3: The hash SHA-1, md5 etc should be the same. Perhaps more drivers became available but I only saw audio and maybe another.
This raidd the content: Tue Feb 24, 2: Intel Core i5 K, Disk Drives: As I said, first open the bios with PhoenixTool v2. This post does not match the desired netiquette of the Forum.
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CodeRush Show info Posts:. The reason mentioned above will be used. First I installed windows xp again and reformatted the whole drive while doing so. Hi, Is it possible to update Intel nuc mainboards?
Wed Apr 13, I don’t know which oROM to insert, you should rais that. So only way is by dumping your BIOS first with an external programmer.