UEFI BIOS Updater 1.62 (13.81 Mb) is a good kit to help you automatically update-modules Orom and EFI AMI Aptio UEFI BIOS. The program is designed so that even inexperienced users can perform a little surgery is necessary, but some sharing of knowledge is still required.
For this to work you need to run the program as an administrator, and then found in the BIOS hard disk file that you want to change, then select the update and wait until the process is complete. UEFI BIOS Updater can update multiple modules in a single session, but if you experience this you have, it is advisable to do a single update, it is necessary to reduce the risk of failure BIOS.
- This tool cannot be used, if you want to
modify any other BIOS type (Award/Phoenix, non-UEFI AMI or Intel mainboard BIOSes) or
insert a BIOS module, which is not present within the original BIOS or
remove a BIOS module.
- Problem with AMI Aptio V BIOSes:
The UBU tool uses the AMI Aptio MMTool v220.127.116.11 (for the newest Aptio V BIOSes) and supports all Intel and AMD platform BIOSes. Unfortunately the currently available AMI Aptio V MMTool v18.104.22.168 has problems with the update of certain BIOS modules of the latest Intel chipset mainboards (X99 and newer). That is why the UBU tool may not be able to update all BIOS modules of AMI Aptio V BIOSes (the tool will only show the version of the currently inserted BIOS modules).
Solution: It is possible to modify an AMI Aptio type V BIOS manually by using CodeRush’s UEFITool, which is part of the UBU tool package. You can find a short guide within the start post of >this< thread (Chapter B).
- Special problem with Intel’s iGPU VGA ROM modules (=VBIOS):
Contrary to the other Option ROM modules there is no “universally” usable Intel VGA ROM module available for systems with an Intel CPU from Sandy/Ivy Bridge up. That is why the mainboard specific VBIOS settings have to be transfered by using a special tool named BMP to the desired Intel VGA ROM module version, before the UBU tool is able to update the VBIOS version (for details see below).