Fujitsu S7211-7210 BIOS (Phoenix V1.09) mod request

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  1. mrmonster

    mrmonster MDL Novice

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  2. Reign_Of_Freedom

    Reign_Of_Freedom MDL Expert

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    Please request a Bios mod in the proper thread with the correct info.
     
  3. 1234s282

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    cant work out how you get the.rom file out of the .bup file

    opening the bup file with hex editor shows the .rom file inside , i just cant get it out!
     
  4. mrmonster

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  6. mrmonster

    mrmonster MDL Novice

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    ^_^ Found it and did it already, thank you for your guidance. ^_^
     
  7. mrmonster

    mrmonster MDL Novice

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    Thank you so much for your work, BUSYKID. ^_^ I am installing windows 7, and will report at soonest time. ^_^
     
  8. mrmonster

    mrmonster MDL Novice

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    Dear SUPERKID,
    Thank you for modding the BIOS file.
    The new BIOS flashed smoothly, but now i face a new trouble:
    Whatever xrm-ms file i put in, it will continuously reject my SLP key.
    I've found around 4 different fujitsu .xrm-ms files (including from you) but none worked.
    And i tried with 2 of the SLP keys from the vista forum here, one from Fujitsu, one from Fujitsu Siemens.

    Now my Vista Premium has only 15 days to activate T_T, wonder if there is any other way to get out of this, instead of reformat and re install Vista, for i love it?

    Will try to install Win 7 tonight, i am collecting almost all drivers for the 64 bits version.
     
  9. mrmonster

    mrmonster MDL Novice

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    I've played around with Everest, and see that when iinstall the original BIOS, the SLIC will be shown in the folder of Motherboard>ACPI>

    When i install your modded BIOS, there is no SLIC, but there is another item called OEMS, which same size and Address with SLIC.

    Hope it reveal something to you>

    Thanks.
     
  10. cliveming

    cliveming MDL Novice

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    Can anyone update the download link? Thanks.