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  • #46
    Originally posted by xpander View Post
    Code:
    Signature Length  OemId     OemTableId   OemRevision CompilerId CompilerRevision
    
        DSDT   30838  "GBT   "  "GBTUACPI"    00001000    "MSFT"     03000000
        FACS      64
        FACP     116  "GBT   "  "GBTUACPI"    42302E31    "GBTU"     01010101
        SSDT    2188  "PTLTD "  "POWERNOW"    00000001    " LTP"     00000001
        MSDM      85  "GBT   "  "GBTUACPI"    42302E31    "GBTU"     01010101
        HPET      56  "GBT   "  "GBTUACPI"    42302E31    "GBTU"     00000098
        MCFG      60  "GBT   "  "GBTUACPI"    42302E31    "GBTU"     01010101
        MATS      52  "GBT   "  "        "    00000000    "    "     00000000
        TAMG     514  "GBT   "  "GBT   B0"    5455312E    "BG  "     53450101
        APIC     188  "GBT   "  "GBTUACPI"    42302E31    "GBTU"     01010101
        MATS   24960  "      "  "MATS RCM"    80000001    "INTL"     20061109
        RSDT      72  "GBT   "  "GBTUACPI"    42302E31    "GBTU"     01010101
        RSDP          "GBT   "
    
    Found 13 ACPI tables [20060324]
    forgot my lshw:

    Code:
     description: Desktop Computer
        product: GA-970A-D3 ()
        vendor: Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd.
        width: 64 bits
        capabilities: smbios-2.4 dmi-2.4 vsyscall64 vsyscall32
        configuration: boot=normal chassis=desktop uuid=35304535-3439-3535-3331-4244FFFFFFFF
      *-core
           description: Motherboard
           product: GA-970A-D3
           vendor: Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd.
           physical id: 0
           version: x.x
         *-firmware
              description: BIOS
              vendor: Award Software International, Inc.
              physical id: 0
              version: F7
              date: 10/13/2011
              size: 128KiB
              capacity: 4032KiB
              capabilities: isa pci pnp upgrade shadowing cdboot bootselect socketedrom edd int13floppy360 int13floppy1200 int13floppy720 int13floppy2880 int5printscreen int9keyboard int14serial int17printer int10video acpi usb ls120boot zipboot biosbootspecification

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    • #47
      Yes but who is the w3 consortium. You don't read anything from their leaders. You don't ever here them talk or explain anything. They are just a whole goddamn bunch of computers tracking you with a whole goddamn bunch of query language queries.
      And anyone with an ad server is allowed unfettered access. They are in the circle of trust. You aren't.

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=47A-ZY6xG54

      I'll tell you who the w3 consortium is. It's a trust a trust of microsoft, HP, Apple, yahoo, sony, amd the same old names. Apples efi that they use for intel and uefi is the same game they all play in sony playstation 3, phone world. It's the code in bios to brick pc's, bring up network and mic and camera. By the time eufi is done, your computer will be able to log onto the network bring up the cpu in slow mode with no fans show no lights and respond to queries from the w3 consortium. If anyone develops an operating system they don't like they'll brick the pc with the boot code dongle. Just like if you try to run another operating system on the ps3. Of course jailbreaking will be completely legal as the work and impliment the impossibility in every iteration of the hardware.

      Every article trying to demystify UEFI is a load of fucking crap. It's jailing the PC just like a phone or game console. Not one goddamn thing more or less.

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      • #48
        More data coming:

        A pal from work allowed me to do a quick check on his new laptop.
        Acer TM8473T

        Code:
        Signature Length  OemId     OemTableId   OemRevision CompilerId CompilerRevision
        
            DSDT   60684  "ACRSYS"  "SNB-CPT "    00000000    "INTL"     20061109
            FACS      64
            FACP     244  "ACRSYS"  "ACRPRDCT"    00000001    "PTL "     00000001
            SLIC     374  "ACRSYS"  "ACRPRDCT"    00000001    "ANNI"     00000001
            SSDT    4200  "ACRSYS"  "PtidDevc"    00001000    "INTL"     20061109
            ASF!     165  "ACRSYS"  "ACRPRDCT"    00000001    "PTL "     00000001
            HPET      56  "ACRSYS"  "ACRPRDCT"    00000001    "PTL "     00000001
            APIC     152  "ACRSYS"  "ACRPRDCT"    00000001    "PTL "     00000001
            MCFG      60  "ACRSYS"  "ACRPRDCT"    00000001    "PTL "     00000001
            TCPA      50  "PTL   "  " CRESTLN"    06040000    " LOH"     00005A52
            SSDT    2316  "PmRef "  "Cpu0Ist "    00003000    "INTL"     20061109
            SSDT    2454  "PmRef "  "CpuPm   "    00003000    "INTL"     20061109
            UEFI      62  "ACRSYS"  "ACRPRDCT"    00000001    "PTL "     00000001
            UEFI      66  "PTL   "  "COMBUF  "    00000001    "PTL "     00000001
            UEFI     618  "ACRSYS"  "ACRPRDCT"    00000001    "PTL "     00000001
            XSDT     140  "ACRSYS"  "ACRPRDCT"    00000001    "ANNI"     00000001
            RSDP          "ACRSYS"
        Found 17 ACPI tables [20060324]
        DMI information:
        # dmidecode 2.7
        DMIO v2.6
        SMBIOS 2.6 present.
        40 structures occupying 1944 bytes.
        Table at 0x000E0830.

        Handle 0x0000, DMI type 0, 24 bytes.
        BIOS Information
        Vendor: Phoenix Technologies Ltd.
        Version: V1.09
        Release Date: 05/26/2011
        Address: 0xE0000
        Runtime Size: 128 kB
        ROM Size: 2560 kB
        Characteristics:
        PCI is supported
        BIOS is upgradeable
        BIOS shadowing is allowed
        Boot from CD is supported
        Selectable boot is supported
        EDD is supported
        Print screen service is supported (int 5h)
        8042 keyboard services are supported (int 9h)
        Serial services are supported (int 14h)
        Printer services are supported (int 17h)
        CGA/mono video services are supported (int 10h)
        NEC PC-98
        ACPI is supported
        USB legacy is supported
        BIOS boot specification is supported
        Function key-initiated network boot is supported
        Targeted content distribution is supported
        BIOS Revision: 0.1

        Handle 0x0001, DMI type 1, 27 bytes.
        System Information
        Manufacturer: Acer
        Product Name: TM8473T
        Version: V1.09
        Wake-up Type: Other
        SKU Number: System SKUNumber
        Family: HuronRiver System

        Version: Intel(R) Core(TM) i3-2310M CPU @ 2.10GHz

        KERNEL VERSION: Linux testmachine 2.6.22.9 #1 SMP Mon Oct 1 15:17:15 PDT 2007 i686 i686 i386 GNU/Linux
        SUMMARY: 4 Fails, 4 Warns, 12 Pass, 20 Total

        --------------------

        and from an old box we had around in university computer pool (I am kind of root on this box)


        BIOS Information Vendor: Award Software, Inc. Version: ASUS P4S533-MX ACPI BIOS Revision 1006 Release Date: 06/11/2003

        Code:
        Signature Length  OemId     OemTableId   OemRevision CompilerId CompilerRevision
        
            DSDT   10051  "ASUS  "  "P4S533MX"    00001000    "MSFT"     0100000B
            FACS      64
            FACP     116  "ASUS  "  "P4S533MX"    42302E31    "MSFT"     31313031
            BOOT      40  "ASUS  "  "P4S533MX"    42302E31    "MSFT"     31313031
            APIC      90  "ASUS  "  "P4S533MX"    42302E31    "MSFT"     31313031
            RSDT      48  "ASUS  "  "P4S533MX"    42302E31    "MSFT"     31313031
            RSDP          "ASUS  "
        
        Found 7 ACPI tables [20060324]
        DMI 2.3 present.
        DMI information:
        # dmidecode 2.7
        SMBIOS 2.3 present.
        44 structures occupying 1236 bytes.
        Table at 0x000F2D10.

        Handle 0x0000, DMI type 0, 20 bytes.
        BIOS Information
        Vendor: Award Software, Inc.
        Version: ASUS P4S533-MX ACPI BIOS Revision 1006
        Release Date: 06/11/2003
        Address: 0xF0000
        Runtime Size: 64 kB
        ROM Size: 256 kB
        Characteristics:
        PCI is supported
        PNP is supported
        APM is supported
        BIOS is upgradeable
        BIOS shadowing is allowed
        ESCD support is available
        Boot from CD is supported
        Selectable boot is supported
        BIOS ROM is socketed
        EDD is supported
        5.25"/360 KB floppy services are supported (int 13h)
        5.25"/1.2 MB floppy services are supported (int 13h)
        3.5"/720 KB floppy services are supported (int 13h)
        3.5"/2.88 MB floppy services are supported (int 13h)
        Print screen service is supported (int 5h)
        8042 keyboard services are supported (int 9h)
        Serial services are supported (int 14h)
        Printer services are supported (int 17h)
        CGA/mono video services are supported (int 10h)
        ACPI is supported
        USB legacy is supported
        AGP is supported

        Handle 0x0001, DMI type 1, 25 bytes.
        System Information
        Manufacturer: System Manufacturer
        Product Name: System Name
        Version: System Version
        Serial Number: SYS-1234567890
        UUID: Not Settable
        Wake-up Type: Power Switch


        That's it for today I hope I can provide more in the future (Laptops from friends and colleagues). For the LFK v4 I was probably clever enough to leave my CFLAGS at my own setting so that might be a reason while the bootCD failed on other boxes.

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        • #49
          You don't have the LFK results for the P4S533MX?

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          • #50
            Ga-ma770-ds3

            Code:
             amd                       
                description: Desktop Computer
                width: 64 bits
                capabilities: smbios-2.3 dmi-2.3 vsyscall64 vsyscall32
                configuration: boot=normal chassis=desktop
              *-core
                   description: Motherboard
                   product: GA-MA770-DS3
                   vendor: Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd.
                   physical id: 0
                   version: x.x
                 *-firmware
                      description: BIOS
                      vendor: Award Software International, Inc.
                      physical id: 0
                      version: FA
                      date: 07/14/2008
                      size: 128KiB
                      capacity: 960KiB
                      capabilities: isa pci pnp apm upgrade shadowing cdboot bootselect socketedrom edd int13floppy360 int13floppy1200 int13floppy720 int13floppy2880 int5printscreen int9keyboard int14serial int17printer int10video acpi usb ls120boot zipboot biosbootspecification
            Tables:
            Code:
            Signature Length  OemId     OemTableId   OemRevision CompilerId CompilerRevision
            
                DSDT   24107  "GBT   "  "GBTUACPI"    00001000    "MSFT"     03000000
                FACS      64
                FACP     116  "GBT   "  "GBTUACPI"    42302E31    "GBTU"     01010101
                SSDT    1348  "PTLTD "  "POWERNOW"    00000001    " LTP"     00000001
                HPET      56  "GBT   "  "GBTUACPI"    42302E31    "GBTU"     00000098
                MCFG      60  "GBT   "  "GBTUACPI"    42302E31    "GBTU"     01010101
                APIC     132  "GBT   "  "GBTUACPI"    42302E31    "GBTU"     01010101
                RSDT      56  "GBT   "  "GBTUACPI"    42302E31    "GBTU"     01010101
                RSDP          "GBT   "
            
            Found 9 ACPI tables [20060324]

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            • #51
              Originally posted by whitecat View Post
              You don't have the LFK results for the P4S533MX?
              Oops. Sorry.

              SUMMARY: 5 Fails, 4 Warns, 11 Pass, 20 Total

              the fails were

              * Plugin name: mtrr
              * Result: FAIL
              * Plugin name: edd
              * Result: FAIL
              * Plugin name: chk_hpet
              * Result: FAIL
              (I think it's too old for having hpet.)
              * Plugin name: dmi
              * Result: FAIL
              [FAIL]-No SMBIOS nor DMI entry point found.
              * Plugin name: microcode
              * Result: FAIL

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              • #52
                Am2nf6g-vsta

                bozhan@home:~$ acpixtract -l acpi.dump

                Signature Length OemId OemTableId OemRevision CompilerId CompilerRevision

                DSDT 19432 "AM2N6 " "AM2N6174" 00000174 "INTL" 20051117
                FACS 64
                FACP 132 "A M I " "OEMFACP " 12000619 "MSFT" 00000097
                APIC 112 "A_M_I " "OEMAPIC " 12000619 "MSFT" 00000097
                MCFG 60 "A_M_I " "OEMMCFG " 12000619 "MSFT" 00000097
                OEMB 96 "A_M_I " "AMI_OEM " 12000619 "MSFT" 00000097
                HPET 56 "A_M_I " "OEMHPET0" 12000619 "MSFT" 00000097
                RSDT 56 "A_M_I " "OEMRSDT " 12000619 "MSFT" 00000097
                RSDP "ACPIAM"

                Found 9 ACPI tables [20060324]
                description: Motherboard
                product: AM2NF6G-VSTA
                physical id: 0
                *-firmware
                description: BIOS
                vendor: American Megatrends Inc.
                physical id: 0
                version: P1.80
                date: 12/19/2006
                size: 64KiB
                capacity: 448KiB
                capabilities: pci upgrade shadowing cdboot bootselect socketedrom edd int13floppy1200 int13floppy720 int13floppy2880 int5printscreen int9keyboard int14serial int17printer int10video acpi usb ls120boot zipboot biosbootspecification netboot
                I'll get a dump using the Intel CD later

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                • #53
                  With acpixtract-pmtools
                  Code:
                  frixbox # acpixtract-pmtools -l /tmp/acpi.dump
                  
                  Signature Length  OemId     OemTableId   OemRevision CompilerId CompilerRevision
                  
                      DSDT   30844  "GBT   "  "GBTUACPI"    00001000    "MSFT"     03000000
                      FACS      64
                      FACP     116  "GBT   "  "GBTUACPI"    42302E31    "GBTU"     01010101
                      SSDT    2188  "PTLTD "  "POWERNOW"    00000001    " LTP"     00000001
                      HPET      56  "GBT   "  "GBTUACPI"    42302E31    "GBTU"     00000098
                      MCFG      60  "GBT   "  "GBTUACPI"    42302E31    "GBTU"     01010101
                      APIC     188  "GBT   "  "GBTUACPI"    42302E31    "GBTU"     01010101
                      RSDT      56  "GBT   "  "GBTUACPI"    42302E31    "GBTU"     01010101
                      RSDP          "GBT   "
                  
                  Found 9 ACPI tables [20110323]
                  With acpixtract (from iasl)
                  Code:
                  frixbox # acpixtract -l /tmp/acpi.dump
                  
                  Signature Length Revision  OemId     OemTableId   OemRevision CompilerId CompilerRevision
                  
                      DSDT   30844     01    "GBT   "  "GBTUACPI"    00001000    "MSFT"     03000000
                      FACS      64
                      FACP     116     01    "GBT   "  "GBTUACPI"    42302E31    "GBTU"     01010101
                      SSDT    2188     01    "PTLTD "  "POWERNOW"    00000001    " LTP"     00000001
                      HPET      56     01    "GBT   "  "GBTUACPI"    42302E31    "GBTU"     00000098
                      MCFG      60     01    "GBT   "  "GBTUACPI"    42302E31    "GBTU"     01010101
                      APIC     188     01    "GBT   "  "GBTUACPI"    42302E31    "GBTU"     01010101
                      RSDT      56     01    "GBT   "  "GBTUACPI"    42302E31    "GBTU"     01010101
                      RSDP                   "GBT   "
                  
                  Found 9 ACPI tables [20100107]

                  Gigabyte GA-MA785GMT-UDH2 rev v1.1, Bios F10b

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                  • #54
                    Michael, could you please PIN this thread?

                    Comment


                    • #55
                      In addition to post #17 I upgraded the BIOS to the latest stable version F7g and ran the Firmware Kit.

                      Gigabyte GA-MA790FX-DQ6
                      BIOS: Award F7g (date: 07/19/2010)

                      For completeness the new ACPI tables:

                      Code:
                      Signature Length Revision  OemId     OemTableId   OemRevision CompilerId CompilerRevision
                      
                          DSDT   26493     01    "GBT   "  "GBTUACPI"    00001000    "MSFT"     03000000
                          FACS      64
                          FACP     116     01    "GBT   "  "GBTUACPI"    42302E31    "GBTU"     01010101
                          SSDT    2188     01    "PTLTD "  "POWERNOW"    00000001    " LTP"     00000001
                          HPET      56     01    "GBT   "  "GBTUACPI"    42302E31    "GBTU"     00000098
                          MCFG      60     01    "GBT   "  "GBTUACPI"    42302E31    "GBTU"     01010101
                          APIC     188     01    "GBT   "  "GBTUACPI"    42302E31    "GBTU"     01010101
                          RSDT      56     01    "GBT   "  "GBTUACPI"    42302E31    "GBTU"     01010101
                          RSDP                   "GBT   "
                      
                      Found 9 ACPI tables [20100107]
                      Linux-ready Firmware Developer Kit:
                      http://pastebin.com/PtWL4uD4

                      SUMMARY: 3 Fails, 5 Warns, 12 Pass, 20 Total

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                      • #56
                        [DB] BIOS-ACPI Data, Lenovo T510

                        acpixtract -l acpi.dump

                        Signature Length OemId OemTableId OemRevision CompilerId CompilerRevision

                        DSDT 62316 "LENOVO" "TP-6M " 00001460 "MSFT" 03000001
                        FACS 64
                        FACP 244 "LENOVO" "TP-6M " 00001460 "LNVO" 00000001
                        SSDT 541 "LENOVO" "TP-6M " 00001460 "MSFT" 03000001
                        ECDT 82 "LENOVO" "TP-6M " 00001460 "LNVO" 00000001
                        APIC 132 "LENOVO" "TP-6M " 00001460 "LNVO" 00000001
                        MCFG 60 "LENOVO" "TP-6M " 00001460 "LNVO" 00000001
                        HPET 56 "LENOVO" "TP-6M " 00001460 "LNVO" 00000001
                        ASF! 164 "LENOVO" "TP-6M " 00001460 "PTL " 00000001
                        SLIC 374 "LENOVO" "TP-6M " 00001460 " LTP" 00000000
                        BOOT 40 "LENOVO" "TP-6M " 00001460 " LTP" 00000001
                        SSDT 2123 "LENOVO" "TP-6M " 00001460 "INTL" 20050513
                        TCPA 50 "PTL " " CRESTLN" 06040000 " LOH" 00005A52
                        DMAR 184 "INTEL " "CP_DALE " 00000001 "INTL" 00000001
                        SSDT 2545 "PmRef " "CpuPm " 00003000 "INTL" 20060912
                        SSDT 601 "PmRef " "Cpu0Tst " 00003000 "INTL" 20060912
                        SSDT 1183 "PmRef " "ApTst " 00003000 "INTL" 20060912
                        XSDT 156 "LENOVO" "TP-6M " 00001460 " LTP" 00000000
                        RSDP "LENOVO"

                        Found 19 ACPI tables [20060324]

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                        • #57
                          Originally posted by edmon View Post
                          I'll get a dump using the Intel CD later
                          ping me when you have the LFK results.

                          Originally posted by entropy View Post
                          In addition to post #17 I upgraded the BIOS to the latest stable version F7g and ran the Firmware Kit.
                          Thx.

                          Originally posted by crazycheese View Post
                          With acpixtract-pmtools
                          With acpixtract (from iasl)
                          I guess this is the same tool.

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                          • #58
                            viti95@viti95-p4:~/pmtools/acpixtract$ acpixtract -l /home/viti95/acpi.dump

                            Signature Length OemId OemTableId OemRevision CompilerId CompilerRevision

                            DSDT 15163 "P4i6G " "P4i6G133" 00000133 "INTL" 02002026
                            FACS 64
                            FACP 129 "A M I " "OEMFACP " 07000731 "MSFT" 00000097
                            APIC 108 "A M I " "OEMAPIC " 07000731 "MSFT" 00000097
                            OEMB 63 "A M I " "OEMBIOS " 07000731 "MSFT" 00000097
                            RSDT 48 "A M I " "OEMRSDT " 07000731 "MSFT" 00000097
                            RSDP "ACPIAM"

                            Found 7 ACPI tables [20060324]

                            I'll run later the firmware kit

                            PD: this motherboard is an AsRock P4i65G with bios version 1.40 (8/20/2007)

                            PD2: And another one, this time from my notebook HP HDX16-1160ES (Quanta 361B)

                            viti95@viti95-HP-HDX-16-Notebook-PC:~/acpica-unix-20110922/tools/acpixtract$ acpixtract -l acpi.dump

                            Signature Length OemId OemTableId OemRevision CompilerId CompilerRevision

                            DSDT 47052 "HPQOEM" "SLIC-MPC" 00000001 "MSFT" 01000013
                            FACS 64
                            FACP 244 "HPQOEM" "SLIC-MPC" 00000001 "MSFT" 01000013
                            DMAR 120 " " " " 00000001 " " 00000000
                            HPET 56 "HPQOEM" "SLIC-MPC" 00000001 "MSFT" 01000013
                            APIC 108 "HPQOEM" "SLIC-MPC" 00000001 "MSFT" 01000013
                            MCFG 60 "HPQOEM" "SLIC-MPC" 00000001 "MSFT" 01000013
                            ASF! 165 "HPQOEM" "SLIC-MPC" 00000001 "MSFT" 01000013
                            SLIC 374 "HPQOEM" "SLIC-MPC" 06040000 " LTP" 00000001
                            BOOT 40 "HPQOEM" "SLIC-MPC" 00000001 "MSFT" 01000013
                            SSDT 1621 "PmRef " "CpuPm " 00003000 "INTL" 20060317
                            XSDT 108 "HPQOEM" "SLIC-MPC" 00000001 " " 01000013
                            RSDP "HPQOEM"

                            Found 13 ACPI tables [20060324]
                            Last edited by viti95; 10-29-2011, 10:10 AM.

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                            • #59
                              This one's is from my notebook HP HDX Premium Series HDX16-1160ES

                              viti95@viti95-HP-HDX-16-Notebook-PC:~/acpica-unix-20110922/tools/acpixtract$ acpixtract -l acpi.dump

                              Signature Length OemId OemTableId OemRevision CompilerId CompilerRevision

                              DSDT 47052 "HPQOEM" "SLIC-MPC" 00000001 "MSFT" 01000013
                              FACS 64
                              FACP 244 "HPQOEM" "SLIC-MPC" 00000001 "MSFT" 01000013
                              DMAR 120 " " " " 00000001 " " 00000000
                              HPET 56 "HPQOEM" "SLIC-MPC" 00000001 "MSFT" 01000013
                              APIC 108 "HPQOEM" "SLIC-MPC" 00000001 "MSFT" 01000013
                              MCFG 60 "HPQOEM" "SLIC-MPC" 00000001 "MSFT" 01000013
                              ASF! 165 "HPQOEM" "SLIC-MPC" 00000001 "MSFT" 01000013
                              SLIC 374 "HPQOEM" "SLIC-MPC" 06040000 " LTP" 00000001
                              BOOT 40 "HPQOEM" "SLIC-MPC" 00000001 "MSFT" 01000013
                              SSDT 1621 "PmRef " "CpuPm " 00003000 "INTL" 20060317
                              XSDT 108 "HPQOEM" "SLIC-MPC" 00000001 " " 01000013
                              RSDP "HPQOEM"

                              Found 13 ACPI tables [20060324]

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                              • #60
                                LFK results for AsRock P4i65G bios v1.40

                                http://pastebin.com/LL3EkTS8

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