Hi. I got a computer for free from work. It's an HP Media Center PC with an Intel e4400 in it. I'd like to make some modifications to the computer (Overclocking, etc) but the BIOS is locked down. I've tried everything to unlock it to no avail. From my research I discovered that the motherboard inside, an Asus P5LP-LE is for all intents and purposes the exact same motherboard as the Asus P5LD2-VM DH. Some internet people have reported success at flashing the P5LP-LE with the P5LD2-VM, thereby unlocking all the features I'd like access to. I want to do this, and yes I know it's risky. I have a few problems. I've tried just about every single method I've been able to find (afudos, winflash, aflash, awardflash, etc) but have not been able to flash the bios on this board with the P5LD2 BIOS. I was barely able to reflash (for testing) the existing BIOS, but managed to do so using Winflash. Most utilities claim that the BIOS is write protected (all except Winflash) and that it cannot be written. Winflash allowed me to flash with the stock BIOS, but gave me an error message stating that the aftermarket BIOS I was trying to use was a different size. I could use some help flashing this. If I can't flash it I am just going to get a cheap Gigabyte motherboard and move the system over to that, but I'm hoping I don't have to. I figure there has to be a way. Help? I am running Windows 7 64 Bit. 2GB of Ram, 320GB hard drive. Thanks.