Download Phoenix Bios Editor / Usage of version 2.2.1.3

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September 5, 2021
Version V2.2.1.3
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Architecture 64-bit

What is the purpose of the Phoenix bios editor?

Phoenix BIOS Editor decompresses a single ROM image in the automatic mode. It proceeds to the small ROM modules, which are a part of the BIOS. Having completed modifying a ROM image, the utility adds user’s modifications into a new BIOS image. The last can be written to a flash memory.The utility allows users to make modifications with the ROM image created previously without using the source code.

The application for Windows Phoenix BIOS Editor has an easy interface for modifying PhoenixBIOS 4.0 Rel. 6 and then there will be no need to reinstall the BIOS later. It supports unpacking, replacing, and repacking of components within a BIOS image, and allows changing of settings and modifies the application to the actual BIOS itself.


How to download Phoenix BIOS Editor and use


Configuring Phoenix BIOS Editor

In order to configure the Phoenix BIOS for installing Windows, select Advanced BIOS Features. The signals issued by the Phoenix BIOS are encoded in a slightly different way than the AMI BIOS or Award BIOS audio signals. As a rule, the Phoenix BIOS generates several series of short signals, which are separated from each other by long pauses.


When entering the BIOS, you will see one of the two images represented depending on the manufacturer. If you have AWARD (Phoenix) BIOS it is necessary to do the following steps. Enter the BIOS, select the second menu item Advanced BIOS Features. Download all Phoenix BIOS Flasher (phlash, winphlash) versions from Wim’s BIOS.


In a different case, there is one motherboard manufacturer that still uses Phoenix brand BIOS – Intel. To find out this question in more detail, refer to the motherboard manual. To boot the computer with the default settings, press F1. If you have proper skills for working in BIOS settings, press the Delete key to enter the BIOS Setup and make the necessary settings.

Adding “illegal” devices to the BIOS whitelist

  • It is necessary to have BIOS itself, the program for dissembling the BIOS by modules Phoenix BIOS Editor.
  • The BIOS file must be opened with winrar or another archiver and found in it * .WPH file, you will edit just this one.
  • Next, install the Phoenix BIOS Editor.
  • Launch the Phoenix BIOS Editor and open the * .WPH file from the archive.
  • Press ”Yes” to the warnings.
  • Go to the Phoenix BIOS Editor installation folder and find the TEMP folder there.
  • After opening the BIOS, a lot of files will appear in it, mainly with the * .ROM extension. You need the file MOD_5100.ROM that contains the Whitelist devices itself.
  • Next, you need to find out the VID – vendor ID and PID – product ID of your new device. To do this, you can insert it into another laptop in which there is no device lock and see its data. It is necessary to go to the device manager and find there the device that you installed in the computer. Click on it 2 times and select “information”.
  • Next, enter the VID / PID values ​​of the device already in this BIOS.
  • In order to collect the BIOS back, you need to make any change through the interface of the Phoenix BIOS Editor itself and then return the value back so as not to break anything.
  • Only then, the Build BIOS button will appear and you can put everything in place.
  • You save the new BIOS to the device.

Before uploading the BIOS back, it is recommended to check all the modifications for several times. In case of errors, the device might be broken.


To conclude


It is necessary to understand that Phoenix BIOS Editor is not responsible for any damage caused to your computer due to either use’s error, or a malfunction or bug within the Editor. If you do not know or do not understand what you are doing, it’s highly recommended not to work with the utility.

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Is it still relevant? Returning to ether mining, I vaguely remembered a tablet that helps on 1080ti. But if anyone has more experience with pills lately, I would appreciate it. Thanks,

Lots of malware disguised as Ethpill, so be careful

So, I recently started mining on my 1080 and had no problem running ohgod with overclocking for almost a week, and now it crashes no matter what. I tried to start the card completely underclocked but still crashed. Tried all the major fixes found on the internet, like switching to revision A, starting after mining startup, etc. Installed the old drivers, launched by ohgod from the nicehash miner and standalone, which needs to be opened manually. I even ran my video through igpu and not directly from the graphics card and it kept crashing anyway. At this point, I feel like I've run out of all possible options and really want ohgod to work as it has dramatically increased my hashrate. Are you guys still running ohgod on your gtx 1080? Any solutions for the crashes?

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Yes, I tried running this command too, but I still have problems with it crashing. Also the card worked fine for a week without any commands or anything else. I just don't understand how now out of nowhere it just starts to crumble.

Try using the advanced launch options -straps 1 for Phoenix instead. If stable, try increasing to -straps 2, etc. And see what gives the highest hash rate, then adjust overclocking.

Buddy it worked I tried -straps 1 first and it gave me a modest increase to 25 MH / s. Then I tried -straps 2 and I get 30 MH / s, just like with OhGod, but it doesn't crash and is stable. As a brother, I've been at this for a few days, losing my mind and you've fixed it, hopefully this thread shows up in google search when someone looks, OhGod crashes because no one has thought of this solution yet, or at least at least I don’t know 'haven’t seen yet. thanks a lot