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Old 05-31-2018, 11:57 AM   #18
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Default Re: No love for SuperMicro C7Q67

The attached tool can fix the DMI data on the AMI BIOS for the Supermicro C7Q67
Usage in MS-DOS as with the tool in my previous post.
It has a built in help so it's easy to understand.
amidedos /SS 0123456789
amidedos /SV V1.01
amidedos /BS 0123456789
amidedos /BV V1.01
In the post I linked before I did dump my corrupted BIOS.
The data is stored in the BIOS under GUID: FD44820B-F1AB-41C0-AE4E-0C55556EB9BD
I could use AMI Aptio UEFI MMTool v5.0.0.7 to extract that module and confirm my serial number and board revision.
(Which is also printed on a sticker & the PCB respectively).
Of course I could also have replaced the module from my backup and flashed the BIOS.
But as recovery of soldered BIOS chips is not my favorite past-time I prefer a nice MS-DOS utility
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