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ASUS's new 3xxx Sandy Bridge/Ivy Bridge motherboards come with UEFI, but this firmware is originally locked. Thanks to findings here and elsewhere, it is now possible to fully unlock a new ASUS 3xxx UEFI-equipped motherboard.

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Great development, now even PC-Hardware needs a "jailbreak"...

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really need it

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Yea so WE can choose if WE want to downgrade OUR BIOS, that WE bought. Fancy that.





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