- Mar 29, 2019
- HD4600 + GTX 660 TI
GitHub - galkinvv/PolarisBiosEditor-xml: PolarisBiosEditor 1.7xml: fork with dumping additional data as XML in console.PolarisBiosEditor 1.7xml: fork with dumping additional data as XML in console. - GitHub - galkinvv/PolarisBiosEditor-xml: PolarisBiosEditor 1.7xml: fork with dumping additional data as XML in console.github.com
It may be different on G3, but on G5 Bios, whenever a hardware change is detected (more RAM, change in nvme or mxm) the Bios does this weird setup where the fans spin up to max and it cycles OFF/ON a couple of times.
I have a theory that it may be decrypting the Bios and storing a working Bios with the new config in the flash ROM or something.
Then also when you change the graphics config, it does a similar, but less extensive config, so I believe that the Bios could be setting the controllers in a particular state that can't be changed on the fly. (maybe writing to their respective ROMS)
I find this Bios is very glitchy, and sometimes you have to reset to defaults, or reset the EC controller, or take out an NVME drive and then go through a reboot, then put it back so it does it's thing, then everything works as expected.
It is definitely a complicated box, and has many unknown variables and trying to understand what is happening based on limited information is guesswork at best.
I like the fact that I now have 2 working Catalina ROMS for the WX-4170, and 4 Mojave ROMS, so hopefully using that xml polaris editor I can get enough info to compare , and maybe edit a ROM or patch the driver, whichever is easier.
it may be corrupted, but i got it opened
Here is atom bioses)
i extract it))))
Try and replay how its
Also added DXE section into "Entire corrupted section 372B56DF-CC9F-4817-AB97-0A10A92CEAA5.bin.zip"
This articles help to reconstruct efi volume: