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Tue, 10 Aug 2010, 18:31
dna
Can anyone translate this text?



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DNA
Tue, 10 Aug 2010, 19:01
CodersRule
It's in German. Google Translate should do fine, because the grammar is similar.
BIOS-analysis


CTBIOS version 1.5, c't in October 2000, Andreas Stiller
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CTBIOS prints information about the BIOS, including
and PCI BIOS and multi-BIOS. It also seeks
for so-called BIOS ID string (Award, Ami) and gives,
if known, board manufacturers (OEM) and chipset.
CTBIOS also looks to whether the Advanced BIOS
INT-13 commands, provides the needed for hard disks> 8 GB
be. V 1.5 does Intel and VIA chipsets, which until October
2000 were in the market and
Award BIOS Version 6.0

Version 1.5 is now available on request (parameters / pw) BIOS
Passwords for some common BIOSes. Furthermore, in itself
with / D or / E is also the information of the Desktop Management
Intercace (DMI) or Extended Setup Configuration Data (ESCD View)
. Let The program for this can be called separately ctdmi.exe
. Use


Parameters ctbios

/ Pw password for popular Aweard and AMI BIOSes and some Pheonix-BIOS.


/ W [= xxxx] Writes BIOS (expanded from shadow RAM F0000h-FFFFFh) to file (64K)
xxxx = filename (default: BIOS.DAT)

/ WX [= xxxx] Writes BIOS (expanded from shadow RAM E0000h-FFFFFh) to file (128K)
xxxx = filename (default: BIOS.DAT)

/ R [= xxxx] BIOS reads data from file xxxx (Default BIOS.DAT)


/ D with DMI indicator
/ E with ESCD screen is not (in the DOS box of Windows or EMM386)
Relates to both

? Help

Parameters CTMI

Tue, 10 Aug 2010, 19:13
dna
I never knew that existed.

google translate.

I'm missing a great deal.



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DNA
Tue, 10 Aug 2010, 20:09
CodersRule
It auto-detects the language for you, too.
Tue, 10 Aug 2010, 21:01
dna
Ah yes.

Never knew that either.


Wed, 11 Aug 2010, 01:53
waroffice
I have also used that application, its ace, tells you about what bios version and more importantly who makes the board its in, very useful when reparing old PCs
Thu, 23 Dec 2010, 06:28
Sapphir
How do i pls imput the parameter in it? Whatever i try to push, it just shut itself. Im complete n00b, co i aprecciate every help
Thu, 23 Dec 2010, 06:31
Jayenkai
Open Command Prompt (Start/Run/cmd.exe) and do it from there..
You'll need to navigate to the folder
cd "This folder"
cd "that folder"
etc,etc..
Then once you're there, type the whole thing in, and see what it does.
The CommandPrompt doesn't shut once the program's done it's thing, so you should be able to read any error messages that appear..

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Thu, 23 Dec 2010, 07:09
Sapphir
I tried, i jhave it in D:/bios heslo, but when i type: cd "D:/bios heslo" nothing changes.
Thu, 23 Dec 2010, 07:21
Sapphir
Ok, looks like my last question: Is possible with this program (CTBIOS) to get forgotten BIOS password? Its about 6 years old Fujitsu siemens notebook.
Thu, 23 Dec 2010, 08:37
Jayenkai
d: on it's own to change to D drive.
Um, as for the notebook, I have absolutely no idea!

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