Gigabyte GA-7IX F4a Driver
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Gigabyte GA-7IX F4a Driver
I'd suggest you either check if they're cached at http: The information I present here is intended for power users - and any attempt to follow it is Gigabyte GA-7IX F4a own responsibility.
In no way will I be held responsible for what may happen if anyone attempts to do something even vaguely relating to what I tell about. I strongly suggest that anyone who wants to do this customization also searches Gigabyte GA-7IX F4a more sites with information I might have missed - but Gigabyte GA-7IX F4a will still be on your own if you attempt to do it. The dangerous thing is not modifying the logo as such, but rather the usual dangers of flashing your BIOS.
A bad logo will either simply not show up at all,or it might be distorted. The real danger is if anything goes wrong during the flash - a corrupted file,wrong BIOS version,power outtage or similar. I have done Gigabyte GA-7IX F4a successfully on quite a few computers so far, specifically these motherboards: Some motherboard makers do this with Gigabyte GA-7IX F4a standard BIOS they have bought, to include their own logo, but doing it yourself is not supported by neither motherboard manufacturers nor Award Software.
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Unless I get problems because of doing so, I will naturally also provide links for the files needed. There are many reasons for doing this customization yourself.
- Changing the EPA logo in Award BIOS.
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Gigabyte GA-7IX F4a What seems to be the most common reason is to really get a customized computer - after all, changing the background and the sounds that plays while you wait for Windows to crash does become a bit boring, and you'll probably find your preferred settings pretty quickly. Also, it's something Gigabyte GA-7IX F4a to try for the hardcore tweakers when you've custompainted your custom-made case,installed 5 fans,a digital temperature monitor and two neon lights,overclocked everything but the floppydrive and you're out of new customization ideas.
Finally,a very sensible but quite boring thing could be to simply put your name and address in the logo. The EPA logo that is shown when Gigabyte GA-7IX F4a boot your computer is a special type of image known as an. It is not in a format that any common programs can handle.
Actually,it appears that there are two different ways of encoding this images - I will refer to the most common standard as " EPA", whereas the other one will be called "AWBM" - but more on this later. Changing this Gigabyte GA-7IX F4a requires you to either make a copy of your current BIOS and then modify it, or preferably to go to homepage of the manufacturer of your motherboard and Gigabyte GA-7IX F4a the newest version there.
There are very strict limits for how big these images can be, how the layout can be, how many colors you can use Gigabyte GA-7IX F4a so on - so you can forget putting in a 32 bit color full-size logo showing Pamela Anderson's boobs Full-size would probably also require having a 24" monitor,anyway: A full screen logo would also be a bit overkill,anyway - personally I prefer a little subtle Gigabyte GA-7IX F4a while I still get to see all the POST messages.
A friend's QDI board had a full-screen bootup logo, and it was really annoying not to see the familiar POST messages - or perhaps it's just me Anyone who wants to know more should look at http: Start by getting the newest BIOS from your motherboard manufacturer,and Gigabyte GA-7IX F4a flash program and version they recommend for this particular BIOS and motherboard.
Or use your flash program to make a copy of your current BIOS. BMP extension,it means nothing.
When the "old" EPA format is used,the extension is usually. BMP,but this is not a golden rule.
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Making a new logo: The version 1 "EPA" format is very restrictive. The logo can only Gigabyte GA-7IX F4a x or x84 - this seems to depend on the BIOS,so the safest way to go on is to make your new logo the same size as the original logo.
Also,the EPA version 1 logo is displayed on Gigabyte GA-7IX F4a "text mode" screen the screen is in textmode when booting your PC - so the logo can only have one color apart from the background black in each "character cell",8 pixels wide,14 high - and you only have a 16 color palette to work with 15 colors and black background.