- Jan 22, 2017
Did you only use UBU to remove the uCode? - That happend to me as well. After that I used MMtool to remove the ucode, and then afterwards open it in UBU and just straight away save it (without any other modifications, just saving it).@vadimkara, did you manage to make it work?
I have an E5-2650v3 engineering sample, CPUID 306F1, currently running microcode 0x80000013 as reported by /proc/cpuinfo.
I tried to run ucode-less UEFI and V3.EFI but got stuck on 79 as happened to @vadimkara.
Motherboard is ASRock X99-M Killer.
Any tips to this?
1. Open bios in MMtool, remove ucode, save file/bios
2. Open saved file/bios in UBU, and save straight away (option 0 if I remember correctly) Don't do anything else.
3. Use the saved file/bios from UBU to flash.
Should solve the no-booting issue