How to check SLIC version in *.WPH file

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  1. XuMEPA

    XuMEPA MDL Novice

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    #1 XuMEPA, Mar 3, 2011
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    How to check SLIC version in *.WPH file ?


    NotePC FUJITSU Lifebook PH530, BIOS version 1.06
    Original BIOS:

    kroksis.com/tmp/ph530_v106.7z
     
  2. TTAV134

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  3. XuMEPA

    XuMEPA MDL Novice

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    What I must to look in this program ?

    I see following

     
  4. weinter

    weinter MDL Member

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    That means it already has SLIC 2.1 so no more BIOS moding is required.
     
  5. Boost

    Boost MDL Novice

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    It does require!
    Although Phoenix tool says there are already two slics build-in, none of them is working. There are absolutely none active ACPI SLIC tables in Aida64 shown.

    My came with v1.09 bios, but there is only v1.06 available to download on the Fujitsu support website. Neither phoenix v1.42 or 1.8X can modify this 4mb Phoenix bios file. v1.42 shows error 5 on both SSH2 and Dynamic methods, v1.8 simply hangs on during processing.

    I guess there should be some kind of SLP marker utility to make it work.
     
  6. TTAV134

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    #6 TTAV134, Apr 13, 2011
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    can you give links to a dump of your actual 1.09 bios and a acpi "RW EVERYTHING REPORT".
    i guess a hack is possible, but i need these 2 files, no more no less.

    note: see "HOW TO CREATE AN RW EVERYTHING REPORT" here http://forums.mydigitallife.net/threads/5766-How-to-properly-request-for-a-bios-mod