How do I dump (and extract) the contents of an Insyde BIOS with the Insyde / Phoenix mod tool? I'm trying to recover a bad flash (I was messing around with the splash screen, trying to be cool, and I failed, bricking my friend's laptop, which is an Acer Aspire 5532). I've tried hundreds of filenames, and nothing is working. In the "Undocumented-INSYDE-BIOS-recovery-method." thread, which I've become well-acquainted with, a user named "mightyEx" seems to have figured out a solution to getting the necessary file name for any Insyde BIOS: I've been trying to replicate his work and hopefully eventually get the filename I need for this computer, but I'm not doing a very good job. I tried to find the "Insyde / Phoenix mod tool" he used, and I think I figured out that it was this one: ---EDIT: Can't post links... the thread title here is: "Tool to Insert/Replace SLIC in Phoenix / Insyde / Dell / EFI BIOSes" When I run that on the 7720g (I'm trying to replicate his work and then try it on my own laptop, the Acer Aspire 5532) BIOS file, it creates a "DUMP" directory filled with .ROM files. Thinking these were the files he meant he searched through to find the string ICL50HW.fd, I tried running ".fd" through grep (on Mac) and Windows Grep with a few results, but none of them were "ICL50HW.fd". I can't help but think that I'm missing something obvious, and if someone could help me on my quest for knowledge (and this apparently-secret filename), I would be eternally grateful.