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Flashing Modded Bios for Hackintosh installation ?

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Hey all, i patched the latest bios for Asus P8H77 VLE. the only thing i need to do is to just flash it, so that i can install hackintosh. But the thing is that, i cant flash it in Asus EZ Mode and also in the DOS Method. Getting the " Security verification Failed " error in both the cases. So please help me, and tell me how to bypass that check. The bios file is a .CAP file. Please help me as soon as possible.



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Who is the BIOS vendor? Phoenix, AMI, etc..? 

Convert the CAP to ROM, and perhaps you can use my method of flashing to circumvent the error.


In DOS: fpt -f bios.rom -bios

The files to do this are found here: http://rghost.net/47315977

Just run flash.bat in DOS. Replace the bios file with your own, i'm not responsible for you bricking your system, the download i have provided is specific for my system.

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Hey, thanks for the replay. My Bios vendor is , American Megatrends Inc. Yesterday i flashed with the original bios, and it was a success. But i have no luck flashing with the modded one. I have modded the bios with a tool called PMPatch. S0, please help me..?

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