Hi all, I've read a lot about bios modding and insertion of SLIC tables into them. I have the complete package of BIOS Tools and used it over and over on every single motherboard with success, even with notebooks/netbooks. But, this one is giving me trouble. It's an old CCE (Brazillian) based on the Uniwill L41ii motherboard. You can find a lot about it; it's motherboard is used in Acer's models too and has the i943GML chipset. So, I upgraded the memory to the 2Gb tops in dual-channel limited by the chipset. Downloaded the original bios 1.11 for the L41ii so I could change the cpu. But got stuck trying to put a C2D T5300. Later on, I flashed the BIOS with the L51ii model (same chipset and stuff, just a couple of hidden features) and got it working. To make it short: It's a C2D T5300, 2Gb RAM DDR2-533, Uniwill L41ii motherboard with L51ii modded Phoenix BIOS. The problem: Both L41ii and L51ii come with pubkey and marker (2.0) for windows vista of unknown/generic brand. Couldn't get it activated on vista, so I added a Slic table with SSV2 mode and tried W7. No go again. I thought it was because of the old markers so I modded the original bios with CCE slic bin (with matching certificate) in Dynamic mode, to clear all up. It ended up replacing an APIC table with the informations and erased the past codes. So far, so goo. Then I modded it again with SSV2 to add the slic table and everything is ok, I believe. The APIC and SLIC tables are UP, I have an CCE W7 Professional OEM key, using it in the matching version of W7, and a matching certificate. No go. It won't activate. Instead it kills the 30 days grace to 3 days. So I'm confused about why. I believe the BIOS is heavily locked in functions too, but I thought dynamic mode took care of that. What is it that I'm doing wrong ? P.S.-> Sorry for the long post and the poor english. P.S.-> Any help is appreciated.