Atom boards (D510MO) SLIC for Windows 7 and WHS

Discussion in 'BIOS Mods' started by tjmaxxx, Jul 27, 2010.

  1. tjmaxxx

    tjmaxxx Guest

    #1 tjmaxxx, Jul 27, 2010
    Last edited by a moderator: Jul 27, 2010
    Hello. I've done some research on D510MO (Intel Atom board) and ways to activate Windows 7 and WHS... However, I didn't see one post that I could use without researching multiple times. Even after researching multiple times, I'm at a loss. I was hoping there was someone out there who could help me out.

    Motherboard: Intel D510MO

    1. I found something on a Chinese website that showed screenshots of SLIC Toolkit 3.2, but it was in Chinese and Google Translate only confused me more

    2. I saw a reference to itoolkit. I opened it up, but didn't see an easy way to add Slic info.

    3. I saw a post on mydigitallife that said it's not possible to add a slic table to D510MO BIOS

    4. I read that WHS_OEMBIOS and OEMBIOS_Changer could be used to activate WHS. I'm still not clear on how that works yet and how it will affect activation of Windows 7.

    Is anyone out there who knows all this? There must be, since this is where smart people help out those who are lost... :biggrin:

    I need to modify my BIOS and activate both Windows 7 and WHS.
  2. gwrench

    gwrench MDL Member

    Dec 5, 2009
    I have never been able to mod an intel BIOS sucessfully to add SLIC. So I cant say anything about activating 7 with proper BIOS mod and no loader. On the other hand your best bet at having a fully functional Windows Home Server is to go the VLK hack method here

  3. joad

    joad MDL Novice

    Jul 18, 2008
    Hi, i tried it on my D510MO and it works ok.
    But as it says on the Chinese wesite, you need the the newest version of the Bios.
  4. sebus

    sebus MDL Guru

    Jul 23, 2008
  5. sebus

    sebus MDL Guru

    Jul 23, 2008
    As had others before you...

  6. weinter

    weinter MDL Senior Member

    Feb 19, 2009
    Yes the Intel SLP Tools works.
    But you might want to modify the BIOS using the Intel Integrator Toolkit to restore the board info, otherwise an ugly _OEM_ _ASUS_ (Depending on which SLIC you used) will appear in the Windows 7 Motherboard Info.