MMAMUK wrote:I have used this process to install 3 Tualatin CPU microcodes (06B0, 06B1 and 06B4). I've also modified the BIOS revision number of the BIOS together with the BIOS dates.
I have not yet managed to get the BIOS to correct this. This may have something to do with the 'STRINGS0.ROM ' binary file or not.
MMAMUK wrote:XStylus wrote:
Which files did you modify to get your bios to support those CPUs?
The file containing the CPU microcodes is "UPDATE0.ROM". This is a binary file and can only be viewed using a hex editor.
The microcode has to be acquired from somewhere before it can be transplanted into your "UPDATE0.ROM" file.
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