Tuesday, February 23, 2010

RELEASE: EP45-UD3LR Mac BIOS 0.7h



PROJECT: 
GA-EP45-UD3LR Mac Edition Bios
 
Project Start Date: Feb 10 2010, 12:30
Project Status: GREEN | ACTIVE 
Project Mac OS X Version: 10.4.x, 10.5.x 10.6.x
Project Windows Versions: Vista and Windows7
Project Linux tested Versions: Ubuntu 9.10
Project Release Version: v0.7h

Version Official Download Link:



GIGABYTE GA-EP45-UD3LR v0.7h MAC BIOS:

This Download consists on 4 files:
1 - Readme.txt with warnings in english and portuguese
2 - Mac Bios Manual.pdf with full illustrated documentation, installation, configuration and troubleshooting for the bios files
3 - D3LRFSCR.07H - The Bios file for full-screen (4x3) Displays
4 - D3LRWIDE.07H - The Bios file for Widescreen (16x10) Displays

Please feedback commenting here at the blog! 
I'm unable to follow so many forums on this project!

Great thanks to micke and all alphatesters who could make this board one of the project supported boards!


DISCLAIMER: Flashing your bios is a risky operation. Follow the procedures included on your downloaded zip file to use your system without risk. If anything goes wrong, this motherboard has 2 bioses and one can be recovered from the other chip. EVEN THEN THERE COULD BE ERRORS. By using these files you take responsability for any damage they could cause to anything.
All files provided until v0.7h have been sucessfully tested under both Linux (Ubuntu 9.10), Windows 7 and Mac OS 10.6.2.
For complete sleep capability, 10.6.2 maybe needed.
READ THE INCLUDED PDF MANUAL FOR FULL INSTRUCTIONS!



5 comments:

Anonymous said...

BIOS ID Error can't update bios
why?

Cartri said...

Q-Flash gives you this error??
Its like if you were trying to put a bios made for a motherboard into other one. Are you sure you are following the manual PDF and that you downloaded a bios made for your own motherboard?

Anonymous said...

Does this bios correct flaky USB and sluggist behaviors with UD3L and Snow Leo ?

Cartri said...

I never benchmarked, but i notice a delay for the usb detection... but its os independant and was already there in the original bios. But the USB code was indeed modifyed, and supports sleep, and full EHCI/UHCI internal recognizon

SomniusX (Macopoulos) said...

Gonna try this cause i've had unresponsive system, plus no sleep. Hope it works! -Som

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