Discussion in 'BIOS Mods' started by adcx64, Dec 14, 2009.
the Loader is a program that emulates a 2.1SLIC BIOS to spoof the OEM:SLP activation... loaders do not modify the bios... if you formated the disc clean then the loader is not gonna be there anymore...
this is the sequence on how a loader works...
1. USER BOOTS UP PC
2. BIOS STARTS UP
3. BIOS BOOTS FROM HDD
4. LOADER BOOTS UP FROM HDD
5. LOADER EMULATES A 2.1 BIOS
6. LOADER BOOTS UP WINDOWS 7
7. WINDOWS 7 STARTS UP
8. WINDOWS 7 SEES THE EMULATED 2.1 BIOS
9. WINDOWS CHECKS FOR MATCHING CERTIFICATE
10. WINDOWS CHECKS IF KEY IS VALID OEM:SLP
11. WINDOWS IS ACTIVATED
on a normal installation Windows Gets booted first
but if you have a loader istalled the loader boots up first
emulates 2.1 bios and boots the operating system
if you uninstall the loader, it restores the boot process so windows
boots up first again
P.S. You Can Check Your Current Bios Using This Very Usefull tool...
it also allows you to backup SLIC Certificate and Product key...
By programs you mean loaders ? yes they don't modify you bios.
Only flashing your bios will do anything to your actual bios, which is done by running a program, but it has to be a bios flashing program, and there's no such thing as a generic bios flasher. The video you linked to is for a loader.
I have read alot of the posts in here and just wanted to say a few words. Anyone having problems should go back to the tutorials and follow them step by step I did and everything works perfect I think most people are missing steps or flashing with the wrong bios and not paying attention. If you d/l the right bios for the x3 and follow the steps exactly then you will not have any problems.
So I think that if everyone just starts over, go exactly by the tutorialsPrint them if you have to, then I have no doubt that the majority of you guys will be fine
Just my 3cents :O
Not all of the users here are experts and none of us is perfect...
some people try really hard and understand the tutorials as much as they could but not everyone can get it right the first time and results are not the same for every machine, some might need help...
there's nothing wrong with asking for help and there are lots of people here willing to help....