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MMTOOL 3.26.zip 77


Thanks for the replies so far, here is the steps that I followed to extract the BIOS region with PhoenixTools UEFITool...Step 1. Open the "Box" tab Step 2. Select the BIOS regionStep 3. Press the "Extract button"You'll then have an option to save the extracted "Complete ROM.bin" to your computer's "C: " or to save it to your "D: " drive, and if you do the latter, it'll ask you for a folder name to place the extracted file in.Step 4. Select the extension ".ez" for the extension and click ok or press any key to proceedStep 5. Click on "Save File"Step 6. Wait until the process is done, and look at the MMTool you just extracted to extract the BIOS region (it's under the Box tab in PhoenixTools)Thanks!Fernando




MMTOOL 3.26.zip 77



Thanks for the replies so far, here is the steps that I followed to extract the BIOS region with PhoenixTools UEFITool...Step 1. Open the "Box" tab Step 2. Select the BIOS regionStep 3. Press the "Extract button"You'll then have an option to save the extracted "Complete ROM.bin" to your computer's "C: " or to save it to your "D: " drive, and if you do the latter, it'll ask you for a folder name to place the extracted file in.Step 4. Select the extension ".ez" for the extension and click ok or press any key to proceedStep 5. Click on "Save File"Step 6. Wait until the process is done, and look at the MMTool you just extracted to extract the BIOS region (it's under the Box tab in PhoenixTools)


BlackArchon: Yes, in PhoenixTools UEFITool you press the button "Extract" to extract the content of the BIOS region you selected. Only the first BIOS region is usable. But please, read the replies. Maybe this would help you. BlackArchon_MMTOOL 3.26.zip 77


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