Database BIOS/MotherBoard

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j’ai récupéré ça sur le net, comme ça m’à été utile, je le partage ici ^^
okay c’est en anglais et super mal présenté, mais je remet ça en forme sous peu ^^

BIOS-Setup Password via Software
BIOS Masterpasswords
Killing the BIOS Boot Password
Killing the BIOS Setup Password
Repair the Flash-BIOS
Entering the BIOS-Setup
BIOS Beepcodes
Searching BIOS-ID and Mainboard manufacturer

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BIOS-Setup Password via Software:

You can download the program ctbios15.zip from the german Computermagazine c’t.
Ctbios shows the password and some more interesting things about your BIOS. (great tip !)

BIOS Masterpasswords
Lost your BIOS-Password ? Try one of the following Masterpasswords:

AWARD Masterpasswords:
01322222 bios lkw peter
1EAAh BIOS lkwpeter
256256 biostar PASSWORD
589589 biosstar SER
589721 CONCAT setup
?award CONDO SKY_FOX
admin condo SWITCHES_SW
alfarome djonet Sxyz
aLLy efmukl SZYX
aPAf g6PJ t0ch88
award h6BB t0ch20x
award_? HELGA-S ttptha
award.sw HEWITT RAND TTPTHA
AWARD SW HLT TzqF
AWARD_SW j09F wodj
AWARD_PW j256 ZAAADA
award_ps j262 zbaaaca
AWARD?SW j322 zjaaadc
awkward j64 zjaaade

AMI Masterpasswords:
ami amiami CMOSPWD
amidecod AMI.KEY KILLCMOS
amipswd AMISETUP 589589
AMIPSWD AMI?SW ami.kez
AMI AMI!SW ami°
A.M.I. AMI_SW helgasss
aammii bios310 HEWITT RAND
AMI~ BIOSPASS

Other Masterpasswords:
Advance Integration: Advance IBM: IBM / MBIUO / sertafu Research: Col2ogro2
Amptron: Polrty IBMAptiva: press both mousekeys Shuttle: Spacve
AST: SnuFG5 Iwill: iwill Siemens Nixdorf: SKY_FOX
Biostar: Biostar / Q54arwms Jet Way: spoom1 Speedeasy: lesarot1
Compaq:compaq Joss Techn.: 57gbz6 / Technolgi SuperMicro: ksdjfg934t
Concord: last MachSpeed: sp99dd Tiny: Tiny
CTX International: CTX_123 Magic-Pro: prost TMC: BIGO
CyberMax: Congress Megastar: Star Toshiba:24Banc81/Toshiba/toshy99
Daytek+Daewoo:Daytec/Daewuu Micron: sldkj754 / xyzall ToshibaLaptops: press left Shiftkey
DELL: DELL Micronics: dn_04rjc Vextrec Technology: Vextrec
Digital Equipment: komprie M Technology: mMmM Vobis: merlin
Enox: xo11nE Nimble: xdfk9874t3 WIMBIOS v2.10: Compleri
Epox: central Packard Bell: Bell9 Zenith: 3098z / Zenith
Freetech: Posterie QDI: QDI Zeos: zeosx
HP Vectra Serie: hewlpack Quantex: teX1 / xljlbj

Killing the BIOS-Boot Password:

If your PC doesn’t start, have a look into your mainboard manual,
or after opening your pc, onto your mainboard.
Many mainboards have a JUMPER or SWITCH to clear the cmos (CLEAR CMOS).

Attention:

All hardware settings (harddisk-, bootsequence,-…settings) will be deleted !
At least, you have to re-insert them again.

Killing the BIOS-Setup Password:
You need a DOS-Bootdisk and one of the following files:

File Sourcecode I Sourcecode II
DEBUG.EXE – o 70 2E
– o 71 FF
– Q – o 70 17
– o 71 17
– Q
QBASIC.EXE
– 10 OUT &H70,17
– 20 OUT &H71,0
– 10 OUT &H70,&H17
– 20 OUT &H71,&H17

After re-programming you must restart your PC !

Repair the Flash-BIOS:

If your PC doesn’t start anymore ?
Use the Flash-BIOS-Recovery-Service JUMPER.de

Entering the BIOS-Setup:

Sometimes you don’t know the keystroke to enter the BIOS-Setup:

Keystrokes = Mainboard distributor
Del = AMI, AWARD
ESC
= Toshiba
F1
= Toshiba, Phoenix and later models from Late model PS/1 Value Point and 330s
F2
= NEC
F10
= Compaq
Ins
= IBM PS/2s
twice Reset
= Dell
Alt+Return
= Dell
Alt+ »? »
= some PS/2-Models
Ctrl+Esc
= General
Ctrl+Ins
= some PS/2-Models
Ctrl+Alt+Esc
= AST Advantage, Award, Tandon
Ctrl+Alt+ »+ »
= General
Ctrl+Alt+S
= Phoenix
Ctrl+Alt+Ins
= Zenith, Phoenix
Ctrl+S
= Phoenix
Ctrl+Shift+Esc
= Tandon 386er
Ctrl+Shift+Alt+Del(num.Keypad)
= Olivetti PC Pro
Setupdisk
= Compaq, Epson, IBM, Toshiba, 286er

BIOS Beepcodes:
Your PC sounds like a damn little bird:

Beepcodes Error:
AMI (long+short beeps)
1x short DRAM refresh failure
2x short Parity circuit failure
3x short Base 64K RAM failure
4x short System timer failure
5x short Process failure
6x short Keyboard controller Gate A20 error
7x short Virtual mode exception error
8x short Display memory Read/Write test failure
9x short ROM BIOS checksum failure
10x short CMOS shutdown Read/Write error
11x short Cache Memory error
1x long, 3x short Conventional/Extended memory failure
1x long, 8x short Display/Retrace test failed

AWARD (long+short beeps)
1x long, 2x short Indicates a video error has occurred and the BIOS cannot initialize the video screen to display any additional information
Repeating (Endless loop) Memory error. Bad memory or bad connection
1 Long, 3 Short Video adapter failure. Bad video adapter or memory
High freq. beeps (while running) CPU is overheating. CPU fan failure
Repeating High, Low beeps CPU failure. Bad processor
Any other beep(s) RAM problem.

IBM (long+short beeps)
No Beeps No Power, Loose Card, or Short.
1 Short Beep Normal POST, computer is ok.
2 Short Beep POST error, review screen for error code.
Continuous Beep No Power, Loose Card, or Short.
Repeating Short Beep No Power, Loose Card, or Short.
One Long and one Short Beep Motherboard issue.
One Long and Two short Beeps Video (Mono/CGA Display Circuitry) issue.
One Long and Three Short Beeps. Video (EGA) Display Circuitry.
Three Long Beeps Keyboard / Keyboard card error.
One Beep, Blank or Incorrect Display Video Display Circuitry.

MACINTOSH (different tones)
Error Tone. (two sets of different tones) Problem with logic board or SCSI bus.
Startup tone, drive spins, no video Problem with video controller.
Powers on, no tone. Logic board problem.
High Tone, four higher tones. Problem with SIMM.

PHOENIX (different intervals)
1-1-1-3 Verify Real Mode.
1-1-2-1 Get CPU type.
1-1-2-3 Initialize system hardware.
1-1-3-1 Initialize chipset registers with initial POST values.
1-1-3-2 Set in POST flag.
1-1-3-3 Initialize CPU registers.
1-1-4-1 Initialize cache to initial POST values.
1-1-4-3 Initialize I/O.
1-2-1-1 Initialize Power Management.
1-2-1-2 Load alternate registers with initial POST values.
1-2-1-3 Jump to UserPatch0.
1-2-2-1 Initialize keyboard controller.
1-2-2-3 BIOS ROM checksum.
1-2-3-1 8254 timer initialization.
1-2-3-3 8237 DMA controller initialization.
1-2-4-1 Reset Programmable Interrupt Controller.
1-3-1-1 Test DRAM refresh.
1-3-1-3 Test 8742 Keyboard Controller.
1-3-2-1 Set ES segment to register to 4 GB.
1-3-3-1 28 Autosize DRAM.
1-3-3-3 Clear 512K base RAM.
1-3-4-1 Test 512 base address lines.
1-3-4-3 Test 512K base memory.
1-4-1-3 Test CPU bus-clock frequency.
1-4-2-4 Reinitialize the chipset.
1-4-3-1 Shadow system BIOS ROM.
1-4-3-2 Reinitialize the cache.
1-4-3-3 Autosize cache.
1-4-4-1 Configure advanced chipset registers.
1-4-4-2 Load alternate registers with CMOS values.
2-1-1-1 Set Initial CPU speed.
2-1-1-3 Initialize interrupt vectors.
2-1-2-1 Initialize BIOS interrupts.
2-1-2-3 Check ROM copyright notice.
2-1-2-4 Initialize manager for PCI Options ROMs.
2-1-3-1 Check video configuration against CMOS.
2-1-3-2 Initialize PCI bus and devices.
2-1-3-3 Initialize all video adapters in system.
2-1-4-1 Shadow video BIOS ROM.
2-1-4-3 Display copyright notice.
2-2-1-1 Display CPU type and speed.
2-2-1-3 Test keyboard.
2-2-2-1 Set key click if enabled.
2-2-2-3 56 Enable keyboard.
2-2-3-1 Test for unexpected interrupts.
2-2-3-3 Display prompt « Press F2 to enter SETUP ».
2-2-4-1 Test RAM between 512 and 640k.
2-3-1-1 Test expanded memory.
2-3-1-3 Test extended memory address lines.
2-3-2-1 Jump to UserPatch1.
2-3-2-3 Configure advanced cache registers.
2-3-3-1 Enable external and CPU caches.
2-3-3-3 Display external cache size.
2-3-4-1 Display shadow message.
2-3-4-3 Display non-disposable segments.
2-4-1-1 Display error messages.
2-4-1-3 Check for configuration errors.
2-4-2-1 Test real-time clock.
2-4-2-3 Check for keyboard errors
2-4-4-1 Set up hardware interrupts vectors.
2-4-4-3 Test coprocessor if present.
3-1-1-1 Disable onboard I/O ports.
3-1-1-3 Detect and install external RS232 ports.
3-1-2-1 Detect and install external parallel ports.
3-1-2-3 Re-initialize onboard I/O ports.
3-1-3-1 Initialize BIOS Data Area.
3-1-3-3 Initialize Extended BIOS Data Area.
3-1-4-1 Initialize floppy controller.
3-2-1-1 Initialize hard-disk controller.
3-2-1-2 Initialize local-bus hard-disk controller.
3-2-1-3 Jump to UserPatch2.
3-2-2-1 Disable A20 address line.
3-2-2-3 Clear huge ES segment register.
3-2-3-1 Search for option ROMs.
3-2-3-3 Shadow option ROMs.
3-2-4-1 Set up Power Management.
3-2-4-3 Enable hardware interrupts.
3-3-1-1 Set time of day.
3-3-1-3 Check key lock.
3-3-3-1 Erase F2 prompt.
3-3-3-3 Scan for F2 key stroke.
3-3-4-1 Enter SETUP.
3-3-4-3 Clear in-POST flag.
3-4-1-1 Check for errors
3-4-1-3 POST done–prepare to boot operating system.
3-4-2-1 One beep.
3-4-2-3 Check password (optional).
3-4-3-1 Clear global descriptor table.
3-4-4-1 Clear parity checkers.
3-4-4-3 Clear screen (optional).
3-4-4-4 Check virus and backup reminders.
4-1-1-1 Try to boot with INT 19.
4-2-1-1 Interrupt handler error.
4-2-1-3 Unknown interrupt error.
4-2-2-1 Pending interrupt error.
4-2-2-3 Initialize option ROM error.
4-2-3-1 Shutdown error.
4-2-3-3 Extended Block Move.
4-2-4-1 Shutdown 10 error.
4-3-1-3 Initialize the chipset.
4-3-1-4 Initialize refresh counter.
4-3-2-1 Check for Forced Flash.
4-3-2-2 Check HW status of ROM.
4-3-2-3 BIOS ROM is OK.
4-3-2-4 Do a complete RAM test.
4-3-3-1 Do OEM initialization.
4-3-3-2 Initialize interrupt controller.
4-3-3-3 Read in bootstrap code.
4-3-3-4 Initialize all vectors.
4-3-4-1 Boot the Flash program.
4-3-4-2 Initialize the boot device.
4-3-4-3 Boot code was read OK

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Searching BIOS-ID:

If you want to update your BIOS,

you must identify your mainboard/-manufacturer.

There are 3 different ways to do so:

Per Software.

That’s the easiest way to obtain to the informations. Try this free tool ctbios.zip.
It’s from the german computer magazine c’t and informs about many internal BIOS settings
like BIOS-passwords, chipsets, mainboard-manufacturer…

Open your PC.

The heaviest way to find your infos. Take a look on some imprints
on the mainboard, and sticker on the flash-eeprom.

BIOS-ID during boot process.

Reboot your PC. You will need to record the BIOS ID string,
which can be located at the bottom-left corner during startup.

Press the « Pause »-key to suspend the process and copy the ID string.

for example, at the bottom left corner you can see:

….6A69MA1AC-00 BIOS-ID number (00)
|
|BIOS manufacturer (A1 = ABIT)

O.k. it’s an ABIT, but which type ?

Go onto the manufacturer homepage and use the BIOS-ID-string
to find your mainboard…

ID manufacturer:

A0
ASUS

A1
Abit (Silicon Star)

A2
Atrend

A3
Bcom (ASI)

A7
AVT (formerly Concord)

A8
Adcom

AB
AOpen

AD
Amaquest

AK
Advantech

AM
Achme

AT
ASK Technology

AX
Achitec

B0
Biostar

B1
BEK-Tronic Technology

B2
Boser

B3
BCM

C0
Matsonic

C1
Clevo

C2
Chicony

C3
Chaintech

C5
Chaplet

C9
Computrend

CF
Flagpoint

CS
Gainward or CSS Laboratories

D0
Dataexpert

D1
DTK

D2
Digital

D3
Digicom

D4
DFI (Diamond Flower) (Crusader?)

D7
Daewoo

DE
Dual Tech

DI
Domex (DTC)

DJ
Darter

DL
Delta Electronics

E1
ECS (Elitegroup)

E3
EFA

E4
ESPCo

E6
Elonex

E7
Expen Tech

EC
ENPC

F0
FIC (FICA)

F1
Flytech Group International

F2
Free Tech or flexus?

F3
Full Yes

F5
Fugutech

F8
Formosa Industrial Computing

F9
Fordlian

FG
Fastfame Technology Co., Ltd.

FI
FIC (FICA)

G0
Giga-byte

G1
GIT???

G3
Gemlight

G5
GVC

G9
Global Circuit Technology

GA
Giantec

GE
Zaapa

H0
Hsing-Tech (PcChips)

H2
HOLCO (Shuttle)

HH
HighTech Information System

I3
IWill

I4
Inventa (Twn)

I5
Informtech

I9
ICP

IA
Infinity (?)

IC
Inventec (notebooks)

IE
Itri

J1
Jetway (Jetboard, Acorp)

J2
Jamicon (Twn)

J3
J-Bond

J4
Jetta

J6
Joss

K0
Kapok

K1
Kamei

KF
Kinpo

L1
Lucky Star

L7
Lanner Electronics Inc.

L9
Lucky Tiger

LB
LeadTek

M0
Matra

M2
Mycomp (TMC) and Megastar

M3
Mitac

M4
Micro-star

M8
Mustek

M9
Micro Leader Enterprises Corp. (MLE)

MH
Macrotek

N0
Nexcom

N5
NEC

NM
NMC (New Media Communication)

NX
Nexar

O0
Ocean (Octek)

P1
PC-Chips

P4
Asus

P6
Pro-Tech

P8
Azza

P9
Powertech

PA
Epox & 2TheMax

PC
Pine

PF
President (dead)

PN
Procomp Informatics Ltd.

PS
Palmax (notebooks)

PX
Pionix

Q0
Quanta (Twn)

Q1
QDI

RA
RioWorks Solutions Inc

R0
Mtech (Rise)

R2
Rectron

R3
Datavan International Corp.

S2
Soyo

S3
Smart D&M Technology Co., Ltd.

S5
Shuttle (Holco)

S9
Spring Circle

SA
Seanix

SC
Sukjung (Auhua Electronics Co. Ltd.)

SE
Newtech or SMT or Professional Technologies, Inc

SH
SYE (Shining Yuan Enterprise)

SJ
Sowah

SL
Winco

SM
San-Li and Hope Vision, Superpower

SN
Soltek

SR
???

SW
S&D (also some A-Corp and Zaapa motherboards use this code)

T0
Twinhead

T1
Taemung or Fentech or Trang Bow

T4
Taken

T5
Tyan

T6
Trigem

TB
Taeil ???

TG
Tekram

TJ
Totem

TL
Transcend Information Inc.

TP
Commate, Ozzo (?)

U0
U-Board (?)

U1
USI (Universal Scientific Industrial)

U2
AIR (UHC)

U4
Unicorn

U5
Unico

U6
Unitron

U9
Warp Speed Ink.

V3
Vtech (PCPartner)

V5
Vision Top Technology

V6
Vobis

V7
YKM (Dayton Micro)

W0
Wintec (Edom)

W1
WellJoin

W5
Winco

W7
Win Lan Enterprise

XA
ADLink Technology Inc.

X3
A-Corp

X5
Arima

Y2
Yamashita

Z1
Zida (Tomato boards)

Z2
???

Z3
ShenZhen Zeling Industrial Co., Ltd

Merci à Maeke des forums zebulon.fr

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