How to use MMtool program
MMTool is a program that allows you to view and modify the contents of ROM BIOS files. It will be useful only for experienced users who understand the purpose of all BIOS modules and not for the first time “re-firmware” a set of firmware. “Firmware” itself can cause damage to the PC, but if you use incorrect “rums” – it is not. Therefore, we strongly recommend that you think carefully before making any changes.
As one of AMI’s BIOS / UEFI utilities , MMTool allows users to manage firmware file modules within the Aptio ROM image. The utility is particularly useful in the case where modules and / or Option ROMs need to be upgraded after the initial Aptio ROM image has already been built.
Download MMtool for BIOS menu
You can change the appearance of the BIOS menu. And changes can be not only graphical, but also structural. Very useful for those who are not satisfied with the current location of frequently used controls and menu items. For example, if you have to change the bootable media frequently, you can move this option to the start screen to avoid having to dig through the sections and sub-menu items. Unused modules can be removed at all so that they do not “clutter” the BIOS. Deleted modules can be returned only at the next “flashing”.
In order to avoid compatibility problems, we recommend using only files from the manufacturer’s website. Sections with “Roma” are available on the websites of almost all major motherboard companies.
MMTool itself is also free. In addition, ami aptio uefi mmtool does not require installation – just unpack the archive and run the executable file.
With MMTool, users can insert, delete and extract modules or Option ROM images. MMTool can display all the file module information within the Aptio ROM image.
Other useful features of MMTool include:
- Manages compressed modules
- Creates reports of opened firmware image contents
- Modifies firmware image without rebuilding ROM image
- Supports PEI / DXE modules
- Supports command line options
- allows you to view and modify the contents of ROM files;
- allows you to change the appearance and structure of the BIOS;
- works with the rum of all motherboard manufacturers;
- doesn’t require an installation;
- is completely free.
The MMTool utility is supported by the x64, x86 and ARM architectures. If customers require customized, locked version of the -MMTool utility, the MMTool utility can be specifically locked to an -OEM’s platform. The locked version of the MMTool utility can then be distributed to the OEM’s end users.