Award 1.22 Did this work.. EVGA 680i sli

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  1. shadowman99

    shadowman99 MDL Novice

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    I noticed this ;;
    Failed to alter size - attempt 1


    Version 1.22
    bDynamicForce - False
    iDynamicMethod - -1
    bASUSLock - False
    bSLICSize - True
    bManualAddress - False
    lManualAddress - 0
    bOEM7Force - False
    iOEM7Method - -1
    bOnlySDT - False
    bCorrectDSDT - True
    bOEMIDOnly - True
    bIgnoreWarnings - False
    bBeforeUTS - False
    bCorrectWhole - True
    bPreserveWhole - False
    bCorrectModules - True
    bCorrectSB - True
    bUseLHA - False
    bRemoveMC - False
    bPreserveCPUID - False
    iCPUID - 0
    Original BIOS size 524288 bytes (512K)
    0 Module 691N0P33.BIN (5000) Compressed size 81869 Original size 131072
    13FF6 Module awardext.rom (407F) Compressed size 41353 Original size 62896
    1E1A7 Module ACPITBL.BIN (4003) Compressed size 7974 Original size 22108
    200F4 Module awardeyt.rom (400E) Compressed size 19068 Original size 47648
    24B98 Module _EN_CODE.BIN (4029) Compressed size 12492 Original size 30256
    27C8C Module _ITEM.BIN (40B5) Compressed size 3165 Original size 7856
    2890E Module _DMI.BIN (405D) Compressed size 7283 Original size 17200
    2A5A5 Module BSMICODE.ROM (4012) Compressed size 4492 Original size 52304
    2B759 Module NVRAID.ROM (4086) Compressed size 31734 Original size 52224
    33375 Module NVPXES.NIC (4087) Compressed size 30882 Original size 59396
    3AC3D Module PPMINIT.ROM (4067) Compressed size 3441 Original size 9917
    3B9D5 Module VERB.ROM (4013) Compressed size 175 Original size 223
    3BAA8 Module LOGO.BMP (4046) Compressed size 7052 Original size 307980
    Padding pattern is 211
    Module 691N0P33.BIN has an valid checksum (8B)
    Microcode update block found at 3DBE0 - size 2E400
    3DBE0 CPUID 0F25 revision 2B dated 11/8/2004 size 2048
    3E3E0 CPUID 0F25 revision 2C dated 26/8/2004 size 2048
    3EBE0 CPUID 0F27 revision 37 dated 4/6/2003 size 2048
    3F3E0 CPUID 0F29 revision 2E dated 11/8/2004 size 2048
    3FBE0 CPUID 0F65 revision B dated 10/5/2007 size 2048
    403E0 CPUID 0F64 revision 4 dated 23/12/2005 size 3072
    40FE0 CPUID 0F62 revision F dated 15/12/2005 size 3072
    41BE0 CPUID 0F61 revision 7 dated 10/6/2005 size 2048
    423E0 CPUID 0F60 revision 5 dated 24/1/2005 size 2048
    42BE0 CPUID 0F4A revision 4 dated 14/12/2005 size 2048
    433E0 CPUID 0F49 revision 3 dated 21/4/2005 size 2048
    43BE0 CPUID 0F47 revision 3 dated 21/4/2005 size 3072
    447E0 CPUID 0F44 revision 6 dated 21/4/2005 size 3072
    453E0 CPUID 0F43 revision 5 dated 21/4/2005 size 2048
    45BE0 CPUID 0F42 revision 3 dated 21/4/2005 size 3072
    467E0 CPUID 0F41 revision 17 dated 22/4/2005 size 5120
    47BE0 CPUID 0F37 revision 2 dated 9/12/2003 size 2048
    483E0 CPUID 0F34 revision 17 dated 21/4/2005 size 7168
    49FE0 CPUID 0F33 revision C dated 21/4/2005 size 2048
    4A7E0 CPUID 0F32 revision A dated 11/5/2004 size 2048
    4AFE0 CPUID 0F31 revision B dated 21/10/2003 size 4096
    4BFE0 CPUID 0F30 revision 12 dated 13/8/2003 size 4096
    4CFE0 CPUID 06FD revision A1 dated 13/3/2007 size 4096
    4DFE0 CPUID 06FB revision B6 dated 13/7/2007 size 4096
    4EFE0 CPUID 06F9 revision 82 dated 3/9/2006 size 4096
    4FFE0 CPUID 06F6 revision C6 dated 7/3/2007 size 4096
    50FE0 CPUID 06F5 revision 33 dated 1/5/2006 size 4096
    51FE0 CPUID 06F5 revision 33 dated 1/5/2006 size 4096
    52FE0 CPUID 06F4 revision 25 dated 27/2/2006 size 4096
    53FE0 CPUID 06F4 revision 26 dated 12/3/2006 size 4096
    54FE0 CPUID 06F1 revision 11 dated 10/10/2005 size 4096
    55FE0 CPUID 06F2 revision 56 dated 8/3/2007 size 4096
    56FE0 CPUID 06F0 revision 5 dated 18/8/2005 size 4096
    57FE0 CPUID 06F0 revision 5 dated 18/8/2005 size 4096
    58FE0 CPUID 06F0 revision 5 dated 18/8/2005 size 4096
    59FE0 CPUID 0661 revision 32 dated 16/3/2007 size 4096
    5AFE0 CPUID 0661 revision 35 dated 16/3/2007 size 4096
    5BFE0 CPUID 0660 revision 4 dated 12/6/2006 size 4096
    5CFE0 CPUID 06FB revision B6 dated 13/7/2007 size 4096
    5DFE0 CPUID 06F7 revision 66 dated 8/3/2007 size 4096
    5EFE0 CPUID 0671 revision 106 dated 29/3/2007 size 4096
    5FFE0 CPUID 0671 revision 106 dated 29/3/2007 size 4096
    60FE0 CPUID 0671 revision 106 dated 29/3/2007 size 4096
    61FE0 CPUID 0674 revision 404 dated 8/6/2007 size 4096
    62FE0 CPUID 0674 revision 404 dated 8/6/2007 size 4096
    63FE0 CPUID 0674 revision 404 dated 8/6/2007 size 4096
    64FE0 CPUID 0676 revision 60B dated 19/1/2008 size 4096
    65FE0 CPUID 0676 revision 60B dated 19/1/2008 size 4096
    66FE0 CPUID 0676 revision 60C dated 19/1/2008 size 4096
    67FE0 CPUID 0677 revision 705 dated 28/4/2008 size 8192
    69FE0 CPUID 067A revision A07 dated 9/4/2008 size 8192
    51 valid microcode updates found
    Module and decompression block checksum is valid (9 - Start 0 Length 6DFFE)
    Extra checksum valid
    BIOS image does not sum to 0
    SLIC module size is 374 bytes
    SLIC module checksum is 0
    OEM Activation 2.1 SLIC
    ISA Method
    There are no ISA modules
    ISA module (0) inserted successfully
    Dell System SLP 1.0 string added
    Main Module is 6 bytes too big
    Zero area 1
    Main module is 47 bytes to small
    Main module is 25 bytes to small
    Main module is 16 bytes to small
    Main module is 7 bytes to small
    Main module is 5 bytes to small
    Main module is 4 bytes to small
    Main module is 4 bytes to small
    Main module is 3 bytes to small
    Main module is 2 bytes to small
    Main module is 1 bytes to small
    Failed to alter size - attempt 1
    Main module is 47 bytes to small
    Main module is 26 bytes to small
    Main module is 16 bytes to small
    Main module is 7 bytes to small
    Main module is 6 bytes to small
    Main module is 5 bytes to small
    Main module is 4 bytes to small
    Main module is 3 bytes to small
    Main module is 2 bytes to small
    Main module is 1 bytes to small
    Failed to alter size - attempt 2
    Main module is 47 bytes to small
    Main module is 27 bytes to small
    Main module is 17 bytes to small
    Main module is 8 bytes to small
    Main module is 7 bytes to small
    Main module is 6 bytes to small
    Main module is 5 bytes to small
    Main module is 4 bytes to small
    Main module is 3 bytes to small
    Main module is 2 bytes to small
    Main module is 1 bytes to small
    Main Module is correct size
    New BIOS written 524288 bytes
    Extra checksum valid
    Corrected BIOS written 524288 bytes
    0 Module 691N0P33.BIN (5000) Compressed size 81869 Original size 131072
    13FF6 Module awardext.rom (407F) Compressed size 41353 Original size 62896
    1E1A7 Module ACPITBL.BIN (4003) Compressed size 7974 Original size 22108
    200F4 Module awardeyt.rom (400E) Compressed size 19068 Original size 47648
    24B98 Module _EN_CODE.BIN (4029) Compressed size 12492 Original size 30256
    27C8C Module _ITEM.BIN (40B5) Compressed size 3165 Original size 7856
    2890E Module _DMI.BIN (405D) Compressed size 7283 Original size 17200
    2A5A5 Module BSMICODE.ROM (4012) Compressed size 4492 Original size 52304
    2B759 Module NVRAID.ROM (4086) Compressed size 31734 Original size 52224
    33375 Module NVPXES.NIC (4087) Compressed size 30882 Original size 59396
    3AC3D Module PPMINIT.ROM (4067) Compressed size 3441 Original size 9917
    3B9D5 Module VERB.ROM (4013) Compressed size 175 Original size 223
    3BAA8 Module LOGO.BMP (4046) Compressed size 7052 Original size 307980
    3D658 Module iSLIC.BIN (40A4) Compressed size 824 Original size 1024
    Padding pattern is 211
    Module 691N0P33.BIN has an valid checksum (65)
    Microcode update block found at 3DBE0 - size 2E400
    3DBE0 CPUID 0F25 revision 2B dated 11/8/2004 size 2048
    3E3E0 CPUID 0F25 revision 2C dated 26/8/2004 size 2048
    3EBE0 CPUID 0F27 revision 37 dated 4/6/2003 size 2048
    3F3E0 CPUID 0F29 revision 2E dated 11/8/2004 size 2048
    3FBE0 CPUID 0F65 revision B dated 10/5/2007 size 2048
    403E0 CPUID 0F64 revision 4 dated 23/12/2005 size 3072
    40FE0 CPUID 0F62 revision F dated 15/12/2005 size 3072
    41BE0 CPUID 0F61 revision 7 dated 10/6/2005 size 2048
    423E0 CPUID 0F60 revision 5 dated 24/1/2005 size 2048
    42BE0 CPUID 0F4A revision 4 dated 14/12/2005 size 2048
    433E0 CPUID 0F49 revision 3 dated 21/4/2005 size 2048
    43BE0 CPUID 0F47 revision 3 dated 21/4/2005 size 3072
    447E0 CPUID 0F44 revision 6 dated 21/4/2005 size 3072
    453E0 CPUID 0F43 revision 5 dated 21/4/2005 size 2048
    45BE0 CPUID 0F42 revision 3 dated 21/4/2005 size 3072
    467E0 CPUID 0F41 revision 17 dated 22/4/2005 size 5120
    47BE0 CPUID 0F37 revision 2 dated 9/12/2003 size 2048
    483E0 CPUID 0F34 revision 17 dated 21/4/2005 size 7168
    49FE0 CPUID 0F33 revision C dated 21/4/2005 size 2048
    4A7E0 CPUID 0F32 revision A dated 11/5/2004 size 2048
    4AFE0 CPUID 0F31 revision B dated 21/10/2003 size 4096
    4BFE0 CPUID 0F30 revision 12 dated 13/8/2003 size 4096
    4CFE0 CPUID 06FD revision A1 dated 13/3/2007 size 4096
    4DFE0 CPUID 06FB revision B6 dated 13/7/2007 size 4096
    4EFE0 CPUID 06F9 revision 82 dated 3/9/2006 size 4096
    4FFE0 CPUID 06F6 revision C6 dated 7/3/2007 size 4096
    50FE0 CPUID 06F5 revision 33 dated 1/5/2006 size 4096
    51FE0 CPUID 06F5 revision 33 dated 1/5/2006 size 4096
    52FE0 CPUID 06F4 revision 25 dated 27/2/2006 size 4096
    53FE0 CPUID 06F4 revision 26 dated 12/3/2006 size 4096
    54FE0 CPUID 06F1 revision 11 dated 10/10/2005 size 4096
    55FE0 CPUID 06F2 revision 56 dated 8/3/2007 size 4096
    56FE0 CPUID 06F0 revision 5 dated 18/8/2005 size 4096
    57FE0 CPUID 06F0 revision 5 dated 18/8/2005 size 4096
    58FE0 CPUID 06F0 revision 5 dated 18/8/2005 size 4096
    59FE0 CPUID 0661 revision 32 dated 16/3/2007 size 4096
    5AFE0 CPUID 0661 revision 35 dated 16/3/2007 size 4096
    5BFE0 CPUID 0660 revision 4 dated 12/6/2006 size 4096
    5CFE0 CPUID 06FB revision B6 dated 13/7/2007 size 4096
    5DFE0 CPUID 06F7 revision 66 dated 8/3/2007 size 4096
    5EFE0 CPUID 0671 revision 106 dated 29/3/2007 size 4096
    5FFE0 CPUID 0671 revision 106 dated 29/3/2007 size 4096
    60FE0 CPUID 0671 revision 106 dated 29/3/2007 size 4096
    61FE0 CPUID 0674 revision 404 dated 8/6/2007 size 4096
    62FE0 CPUID 0674 revision 404 dated 8/6/2007 size 4096
    63FE0 CPUID 0674 revision 404 dated 8/6/2007 size 4096
    64FE0 CPUID 0676 revision 60B dated 19/1/2008 size 4096
    65FE0 CPUID 0676 revision 60B dated 19/1/2008 size 4096
    66FE0 CPUID 0676 revision 60C dated 19/1/2008 size 4096
    67FE0 CPUID 0677 revision 705 dated 28/4/2008 size 8192
    69FE0 CPUID 067A revision A07 dated 9/4/2008 size 8192
    51 valid microcode updates found
    Module and decompression block checksum is valid (A2 - Start 0 Length 6DFFE)
    Extra checksum valid
    First byte (LSB) checksum is valid
    Second byte (MSB) checksum is valid
    BIOS image sums to 0
    SLIC performed successfully. BIOS file is C:\DOWNLOADS\NF68_P33_SLIC.BIN
     
  2. 911medic

    911medic MDL Guru

    Aug 13, 2008
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    How did it flash?? :eek:

    It looks fine. The tool alters the size of the modules as the strings are changed and compressibility is affected. Sometimes it takes a couple of tries (this actually took three times) to get the correct characters to compress to the same size.

    The modules are a given size before mod. the strings are changed in these modules for OEM/TableIDs and pointer address. This changes the size and, thus, offset. The modules are resized to allow maintaining offsets and size ratio.

    This is normal. If there is a problem, the tool will error and not allow a mod to complete. there will not even be a slic bios produced..the tools have very strict safeguards and a mod that bricks is very, very rare. If the tool finishes and completes a mod, and spits out a bios_SLIC.bin at the other end..you will probably be fine..:D
     
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  3. shadowman99

    shadowman99 MDL Novice

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    Thanks, I will be flashing it tonight I just wanted to Verify,, Thanks 911medic
     
  4. 911medic

    911medic MDL Guru

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    No problem..Try from DOS, winflash is not reliable..

    If you get checksum problems (notifications), it is not uncommon, you need to post for fix..EVGA is sometimes funny that way, but it is not terrible..
     
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