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  • Bghimnhh
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    Originally posted by Bghimnhh View Post
    +1, I have the same mobo and bought a GC-TPM2.0 Module. Only issue is that Windows 11 doesn’t recognize it. Secure boot and "Security Device Support" is enabled. In BIOS under Peripherals > "Trusted Computing" > "Current Status Information" reports "SUPPORT TURNED OFF". Which is very likely the cause. I'v tried bios versions F8, F8a, F9a and F9b. None work. I have submitted a esupport ticket to gigabyte and hope that they are able to help. Click image for larger version

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    I contacted Gigabyte eSupport, they sent me BIOS version F9d with TPM 2.0 support.This is for the Gigabyte Z97M-D3H; Rev 1.1(maybe it will also work for the other revisions, try it) I attached the link to download it to this message, for backup, I have also uploaded it to bunkr.
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  • Bghimnhh
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    Originally posted by maximus20004 View Post
    Hello,

    can someone mod or update the BIOS for GA-Z97M-D3H so it supports TPM 2.0?

    I am currently on the latest Beta Version F9b, and it recognizes the TPM 2.0 module but says "support turned off". The other modded BIOS for the Z97 don't seem to work for me because I have the Z97M.

    Thank you!
    +1, I have the same mobo and bought a GC-TPM2.0 Module. Only issue is that Windows 11 doesn’t recognize it. Secure boot and "Security Device Support" is enabled. In BIOS under Peripherals > "Trusted Computing" > "Current Status Information" reports "SUPPORT TURNED OFF". Which is very likely the cause. I'v tried bios versions F8, F8a, F9a and F9b. None work. I have submitted a esupport ticket to gigabyte and hope that they are able to help. Click image for larger version

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  • jstraw
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    Hello. I have a Gigabyte GA-Z87X-UD7 TH Motherboard. I am looking for a modified bios that will allow me to boot from PCI NvMe? any help will be appreciated. I can see the drive in windows but i cannot boot from it unless i use clover. i would also like to boot macos

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  • maximus20004
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    Hello,

    can someone mod or update the BIOS for GA-Z97M-D3H so it supports TPM 2.0?

    I am currently on the latest Beta Version F9b, and it recognizes the TPM 2.0 module but says "support turned off". The other modded BIOS for the Z97 don't seem to work for me because I have the Z97M.

    Thank you!

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  • traposama
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    Originally posted by Performance-thirsty View Post
    Hello, honoured experts! Forgive me, a newbie, if I write in the wrong place or off topic.

    Can you please tell me if it is possible to enable "above 4g decoding" function in GA-Z97MX-Gaming 5 motherboard by editing the bios? I ran UEFITool, loaded the latest available bios (F7c) and found this phrase in the search results. But I don't know how to edit the bios myself. I need all this to activate resizable bar on my old hardware, a feature that greatly improves performance in modern games.? Thank you!
    HI!

    Resizable BAR for (almost) any UEFI system. Contribute to xCuri0/ReBarUEFI development by creating an account on GitHub.


    in this link have the info, i dont remember if is possible someboby apply for you.

    :)

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  • Performance-thirsty
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    Hello, honoured experts! Forgive me, a newbie, if I write in the wrong place or off topic.

    Can you please tell me if it is possible to enable "above 4g decoding" function in GA-Z97MX-Gaming 5 motherboard by editing the bios? I ran UEFITool, loaded the latest available bios (F7c) and found this phrase in the search results. But I don't know how to edit the bios myself. I need all this to activate resizable bar on my old hardware, a feature that greatly improves performance in modern games.? Thank you!

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  • paokkerkir
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    GA-Z97X-Gaming5 1.0

    Here is an updated/modded BIOS based on the Gigabyte GA-Z97X-Gaming 5 Beta BIOS version F8b (Obtained from Gigabyte Support - Date 08/24/2018).

    This modded BIOS contains the following updates:

    Disk Controller:
    EFI IRST RAID for SATA: 13.5.0.2164 ? 14.8.2.2397
    OROM IRST RAID for SATA: 13.5.0.2164 ? 14.8.2.2397

    Video:
    EFI GOP Driver HSW-BDW: 5.5.1032 ? 5.5.1034

    Network:
    EFI Lx Killer Network UNDI: 1.1.0.3 ? 1.1.0.13
    OROM QCM-Atheros PXE: 2.1.1.1 ? 2.1.1.5

    Updated CPU Microcodes.

    TPM 2.0 module enabled.
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  • traposama
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    GA-Z97X-Gaming3 1.x

    Bios version F8e

    1 - Disk Controller
    EFI Intel RST for SATA - 14.8.2.2397
    OROM Intel RST for SATA - 14.8.2.2397
    EFI NVMe Driver present
    2 - Video OnBoard
    EFI GOP Driver HSW-BDW - 5.5.1034
    RAW GOP VBT HASWELL - 189
    OROM VBIOS HSW-BDW - 1044
    3 - Network
    EFI Lx Killer Undi - 1.1.0.13
    OROM Lx Killer E2xxx - 2.1.1.5?
    5 - CPU MicroCode UPDATED

    TPM2.0 supported (How? i dont known)
    Rebar pending
    Last edited by traposama; 06-06-2023, 06:39 AM.

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  • traposama
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    Originally posted by chipyto View Post
    Hello,

    Please, i need help
    I have an Z97X-UD3H,with official latetest bios. I have an TPM 2.0, bios reconizge, but i cannot activate.
    It is some mod bios for this pcb, that activate TPM ?

    It is possible someone have it and upload it here ?

    Thank you
    Hi!

    i have a bios with TPM2.0 for Z97X-Gaming3 but i dont know how is possible that. This bios work and permit install W11 without any tricks.

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  • PetertheFat74
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  • derega
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    Help me modify the BIOS for GA-965QM-DS2 (rev. 2.0) Intel Core 2 Quad Q9505 I would be very grateful! https://download.gigabyte.com/FileLi...986c6e9da2f5e9

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  • stasio
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    Originally posted by mztech View Post
    After trying to enable virtualization on my 2012 GA Z77-D3H v 1.0 motherboard, the board could not boot Windows properly anymore, and got ACPI.sys error, so after the restart after the bios logo appeared, I Could not enter the bios, by using F12, or Del or End key. After bios reset the backup bios determined that the amin bios is corrupted and triggered the main bios recovery but is constantly stuck on 0%. Boot is also screwed as the board bios has been reset, so I cannot enter the boot menu and it does not boot into the second windows to try to flash the bios, as I cannot get Qflash to reflash normally.
    I wonder if there is keyboard combination to trigger/force the bios upgrade from the USB stick plugged in the Intel USB ports that get initialized during the boot.
    Please help, as I am stuck and on the end of my tether with corrupted Z77 bios.
    Please advise, how can I proceed to recover/reflash the bios in this specific scenario?
    How can I boot from the USB bios recovery stick and how to create the one for my Gigabyte board?
    Disconnecting everything (sata cables, drives, etc, did not make any changes, as well as removing all the ram sticks but one, although the board correctly detects if there is no ram sticks in the slot? Attached is the screenshot of the stuck bios recovery screen!
    When both BIOS's are corrupted, you need "CH341A Programmer" (complet with cables....less then 10 USD).
    Go to https://www.win-raid.com and read about.
    It's happen to me with Z79X (MX25L12873F BIOS chip), now all OK.

    CH341A/CH347 Programmer: I recently have purchased a CH341A mini programmer. The mini programmer is OK and can by used to program 24 and 24 series chips. It is very low cost but quite useful as I can use it to flash my computer BIOS and router firmware. WCH has kindly relea…
    Last edited by stasio; 11-01-2021, 01:23 AM.

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  • mztech
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    After trying to enable virtualization on my 2012 GA Z77-D3H v 1.0 motherboard, the board could not boot Windows properly anymore, and got ACPI.sys error, so after the restart after the bios logo appeared, I Could not enter the bios, by using F12, or Del or End key. After bios reset the backup bios determined that the amin bios is corrupted and triggered the main bios recovery but is constantly stuck on 0%. Boot is also screwed as the board bios has been reset, so I cannot enter the boot menu and it does not boot into the second windows to try to flash the bios, as I cannot get Qflash to reflash normally.
    I wonder if there is keyboard combination to trigger/force the bios upgrade from the USB stick plugged in the Intel USB ports that get initialized during the boot.
    Please help, as I am stuck and on the end of my tether with corrupted Z77 bios.
    Please advise, how can I proceed to recover/reflash the bios in this specific scenario?
    How can I boot from the USB bios recovery stick and how to create the one for my Gigabyte board?
    Disconnecting everything (sata cables, drives, etc, did not make any changes, as well as removing all the ram sticks but one, although the board correctly detects if there is no ram sticks in the slot? Attached is the screenshot of the stuck bios recovery screen!

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  • shiecldk
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    Update: I edited the name with the DMI tab in AMIBCP and saved the bios. It doesn't seem to make any changes after I flashed the mod bios. The bios menu still shows P67A-UD3R (without B3).

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  • shiecldk
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    Thanks again stasio

    One more question... Gigabyte seems messed up the product name of the U1C BIOS of P67A-UD3R-B3. I found the name in the BIOS is for P67A-UD3R (without B3) and I cannot flash the BIOS when Q-FLASH is checking for the id. Hence, in order to bypass the Q-FLASH check, I change the HEX string in the BIOS from
    38 41 32 31 41 47 30 51
    to
    38 41 32 31 41 47 30 57

    This successfully allows me to flash the U1C BIOS.

    However, I wonder how can I change the name in the BIOS from P67A-UD3R to P67A-UD3R-B3? Do I need to use AMIBCP to make the name change? Thanks again!

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