ASUS MAXIMUS VIII GENE INTEL MEI DRIVER DETAILS:
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ASUS MAXIMUS VIII GENE INTEL MEI DRIVER
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I have actual low level development experience, so it's easy for me to go into stuff like register mapping. Basically you'd need someone to disassemble the entire OROM and BIOS, find which one is holding the default values, find the register write, change the 00 to In assembly. In real-mode. There may be more Intel Confidential documents that actually map register to FIT, but I've had no luck at all finding them.
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In theory you could by doing modification of individual dumps, but it's a huge migraine. Plus IME may or may not overwrite depending. The TL;DR version is that good boards e.
Key aspect being that jumper - which Gigabyte predictably omits to save probably half a cent. But includes DAJP1 and refuses to tell us what it does - seriously!?
Yes, this is possible. You require software from Intel to do so.
Here's the settings to enable it: Bad things. Sorry X79 folks. Super bad things happen. Please see the Intel Active Management Technology http: The honest answer here is: Asus MAXIMUS VIII GENE Intel MEI but your post is too deep for me Alas, now I finally know why MEInfo always failed on my systems in the past Still trying to figure out how to use the EFI versions of the tools Here are a few differences: Yes Z87 Gigabyte: No Z87 Gigabyte: Disable Z87 Gigabyte: Enable These settings in bold could explain why Parsec can't use MEinfo???
So yes I really need explanation in plain language IFRE is a really, really dangerous element as it can self-brick the ME used incorrectly and I have no idea how to do it jumperless. Jumper method for IFRE is, well, enable and you have a jumper you set.
Wow, that was hard. Said jumper is also the only way to enable write access to the recovery area if you need to bring it up for any reason - usually CPU microcode - and it is terrifyingly easy to brick. MEInfo is just a diagnostic tool.
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Not IME - the whole board. And I have NO idea why. MEInfo is also I think that's a nice way to put it.
Honestly, chances are that there is some stupid bug getting hit with MEInfo which is preventing it from reading. Especially on bit.
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MEInfo pretty much ignores every last one of those settings - they just don't have any effect on it. MEInfo basically is only there to read back those settings once the system has booted the OS, and to confirm whether or not the IME drivers are working. It just does reads. It does them largely blind. LGA socket for 6th-gen Intel Core desktop processors. - Dual DDR4 (OC) support.
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