Award BIOS Editor

April 12th, 2004 - Award BIOS Editor 1.0 Released!

After close to two years, we have returned. Today marks not only a new release of the Award BIOS Editor, but also the movement the Award BIOS Editor to open-source. Our project is now hosted by, where the project development can more easily move forward by utilizing tasks, tracking bug reports and feature requests, keeping source control via CVS, and allowing our users to access forums for support. Please visit the Award BIOS Editor Project Page for more information.

If you just want to download the Award BIOS Editor for now, go here. Both the source and binary releases are available. Documentation is included in both packages. If you are interested in developing a plug-in for the Award BIOS Editor, please get the source package and look at the SDK documentation for more information.

Support This Project Should you find the Award BIOS Editor useful, please consider a donation to the project so we can continue to develop the Editor, adding support for the features you want.

Last -- but most definitely not the least -- screenshots of the Award BIOS Editor in action: (click on a thumbnail for the larger version)

Examine the details of your BIOS's Setup Menu -- uncover hidden settings and options! Easily change your boot up EPA image. Change fullscreen logos too! Directly control chipset registers programmed by the BIOS, and view details about the BIOS's file table. Even playback (and change) BIOSes that have startup .wav sound effects!
Note: The Award BIOS Editor is not responsible for any damage caused to your computer due to either user error, or a malfunction or bug within the Editor. If you do not know (or understand) what you are doing, DON'T DO IT. If you don't agree with this, then please don't use our Editor. Anyone playing with BIOSes should have a method to recover their system in case of a critical problem. The developers of the Award BIOS Editor recommend a BIOS Savior. Logo