On Tue, 3 Nov 2015 14:47:37 +0100 "Fabian Hoffmann" firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Hello, you may be interested on the following log. My system: OS: Arch Linux 64-Bit Mainboard: ASUS P5LD2-VM/S 4.00g (MAXDATA OEM-Board, pretty rare I think. It is not listed on the ASUS page.) CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo E4400 @ 2 GHz
Flash read went almost fine, I was able to extract the bootlogo out of the rom file, but the MD5 hash sum of the rom file didn't match with an original rom file.
you should be able to use the code that supports other versions of the P5LD2-VM mainboard to enable writing. Something like this: flashrom --programmer internal:mainboard="ASUS:P5LD2-VM DH" -w modded0404.rom -o ./flashrom-write.txt Should work, I think.
Can you please provide us with the output of the following command so that we can add auto-detection for your version too. lspci -nnxxxvv
The MD5 mismatch might be normal. The BIOS might use the flash memory as persistent storage area... that is common nowadays.