The AMI BIOS Configuration Program (AMIBCP) for Aptio enables customers to modify parameters in a BIOS ROM without rebuilding from source. Developers can modify default values for BIOS setup parameters, modify default boot order in BIOS setup, view and edit sign-on and setup strings, and edit SMBIOS string data . Latest Original BIOS from MSI - Rufus (to create a FreeDOS boot-able USB) download from - AFUDOS v ( BIOS update utility from AMI for DOS with BIOS security bypass feature) - AfuWin (BIOS update utility from AMI for Windows NT) - AMIBCP v Hy does any body now where i could download AMIBCP Or does any body have it and yould send it to me? thx.
4 Feb I have tried to unlock my bios using these 2 apps unfortunately when i go to flash i get an error unable to start a secure flash. Ive tried everything. Since the BIOS Hacking article and the BIOS thread in this section, are still getting steady traffic, I thought I had better post some links on where to find them, until I can get the updated article up. AMI. AMIBCP V (DOS) .by/ROMutils/AMI/amibcp/AMIBCP_7_60_zip. This is just the updated version . 17 Oct Do you remember when Sony denied me support for my VAIO laptop? After some research I've found a way to do some modifications and discovers on my VAIO BIOS. Thanks to my partner in science I've bought, for a bunch of euros, a very good USB SPI reader/writer and finally decided to make a full.
Make a backup of the bios file. Start AMIBCP and load file. The tab " Setup Configuration" displays the bios structure. To hide a parameter, doubleclick in the column "Show" of the targeted row then select "No". To change the default value of a parameter, doubleclick in the column "Optimal" then select the new default. Hello everyone I've got a new motherboard from Gigabyte, the JN, firmware Aptio V. I want to modify the default/optimized values. I downloaded the last ve. I'm trying to unhide som menues in a HP OEM bios for an MSI OEM board using AMIBCP, but changes I make are not seen when I flash the updated rom-file. Actually, the strange thing is that all sub-menues are allready enabled when I open up the rom-file in AMIBCP, so there must be some additional.