How to open .rom files to know if it has SLIC 2.1?

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by yagami_kira, Aug 4, 2009.

  1. yagami_kira

    yagami_kira MDL Novice

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    What program are you using to open BIOS .rom files to know if it has SLIC 2.1?

    Because before I buy a computer, I want to check if the motherboards BIOS is already SLIC 2.1 by downloading the BIOS file online from the motherboard model.
     
  2. yagami_kira

    yagami_kira MDL Novice

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    It's a .ROM file.
     
  3. gastro

    gastro MDL Member

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    Now I see since you change topic title.

    I like Hexworkshop and UltraEdit.
     
  4. gastro

    gastro MDL Member

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    I'm sorry, I probably misread your post originally. I get a bit frustrated with my own endeavours and tend to take out my frustrations in the wrong places.

    Hexedit works just fine and is a lot smarter than these other apps, but it has a very steep learning curve.
     
  5. bogstandard

    bogstandard MDL Member

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  6. yagami_kira

    yagami_kira MDL Novice

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    I just downloaded Hexedit and opened the .ROM file. However, by finding "53 20 00" it can't find it.