MMtool for Advanced Users

The MMTool program is created to view and modify the contents of ROM BIOS files. You download MMTool version 5.0.0.7 for free. MMtool stands for Module Management Tool. Novice users may face some challenges running MMTool.

When you use such types of programs, you must to be sure that you know what you are doing. It’s essential to understand the purpose of all BIOS modules. In certain cases, incorrect changes may cause damage to your equipment. The only responsibility of the usage of the software lies only on the user himself.

The x64, x86 and ARM architectures support MMTool. If you need a customized, locked version of the program, MMTool can be specifically locked to an -OEM’s platform. Its locked version can then be distributed to the OEM’s end users.

The main features of MMTool

You can manage firmware file modules within the Aptio ROM image. You can use MMTool when modules and /or Option ROMs need to be upgraded after the initial Aptio ROM image has already been built.

Among the features of the program is the option to change the appearance of the BIOS menu that can be both graphical anf structural. You can use MMTool if you are not content with the current location of frequently used controls and menu items. You can remove unused modules not to create mess on your BIOS. In case you need to return the deleted modules, the only way is do the next flashing. It’s highly recommended to use only files from the manufacturer’s website. This way you can avoid any kind of compatibility issues.

You download the program free of change and get also AMI Aptio UEFI without installation. You only need to unpack the archive and run the executable file. MMTool can insert, delete and extract modules or Option ROM images. All the file module information can be displayed within the Aptio ROM image. The program supports PEI / DXE modules
and command line options.