Inject Product key in UEFI Bios

Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by Drakelor, Dec 26, 2016.

  1. Drakelor

    Drakelor MDL Novice

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    Hi all i'd like to insert my custom serial in the bios, just like OEM manifacturers, it's possible at moment?
     
  2. Bezalel

    Bezalel MDL Member

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    I'm not even sure what setup will do if it encounters an OEM-COA key in the MSDM table.

    Back to your question, I don't know of any tool in the wild that will modify the MSDM table (although it doesn't seem to be so complicated to make one).
     
  3. quid

    quid MDL Senior Member

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    All the BIOS vendors have tools that let you insert or delete the key from the MSDM table. Most are even public since its really of no benefit except to ODMs/OEMs since the keys are tied to the hardware. Inserting your own won't work.

    AMI: AFUDOS/AFUWIN/AFUEFI
    Phoenix: DOSFLASH/WinFlash/ShellFlash
    Insyde: Flas**t/WinFlash/OATool/H2OOAE
     
  4. SWATcyp

    SWATcyp MDL Novice

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    Is it still impossible? I want to mod my BIOS(Actually UEFI) file then flash it. My question is concerning Windows 10. I previously used toolkit to mod my bios for my old computer. And created a custom oem install disc. I want to know how it is with Windows 10. Some laptops come with OS preinstalled. Keys embedded to UEFI. And in the first time it is connected to the internet it activates. I am asking that is that product key belongs to a specific laptop/user? So that it has no difference using a purchased key. Or is it a OEM key where it is all same in that brand of laptops/motherboards? My guess is Microsoft abandonned that OEM key thing. But i was not sure. Can anyone elaborate? Thanks.

    In addition: If i have a genuine product key how can i insert it into UEFI?