Well, I got the P5LP-LE Leonite motherboard (HP remake of the ASUS P5LD2-VM DH). I know everyone one with an ASUS motherboard in an hp setup would like to "unlock" their bios for all the great features asus provides (especially overclocking). HP will never support or help anyone do that since thats not part of their service, but I got an even worse problem. I have an HP Pavilion a1740n desktop which is a certified Viiv PC. HP provides support for it, BUT since its is quite hard to install windows XP on this computer (CD and HDD are sata and the drive is in RAID mode) they dont provide any support for XP. I had to install an IDE HDD and CD to install it without errors. Now to be an Intel Viiv certified PC, a desktop must support ALL Viiv's features. One of which is the Intel Quick Resume Technology feature (Away mode), which is only support for windows xp MCE 2005 rollup 2. All that feature is, is a driver that utalizes the ACPI function of the motherboard. The idiots at HP did not turn on that feature and didnt give an option to do so in the bios either. I contacted HP several times and finally was told that my case will be looked at by higher officials (after I installed XP MCE and the Quick Resume driver didnt want to install), since of course they can get really screwed for falsifying information like claiming that this desktop is Viiv certified. Although that kind-of makes me feel a little better, I dont have time to wait until they move their asses. I think the best way to tackle this problem is to modify the BIOS myself. Someone posted a bios release for my motherboard on this forum (with the same intentions as me), which is quite weird because no HP technician could find it's origin (it is not posted in any support page for desktops with this motherboard yet it is classified as CRUCIAL UPDATE). LINK: ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/softlib/software8/COL18994/pv-49199-1/sp26918.exe It is an Award - Phoenix bios, but the Phoenix editor did not allow me to open the ROM. the Award Bios editor did open it, but all the features were unknown so I could not really do anything with that. What I wish to know is if anyone knows how to edit this bios. Yen, I think you said that you could edit it to add SLIC...could you tell me how you could do this? Any information could be very helpful so please tell me if you have an idea or know what to do in my case. Thank you for your time!