Insyde BIOS – DIY (written by complete idiot for alike people)

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  1. Apokrif

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  2. Michel

    Michel MDL Expert

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    Can you mod a packard bell laptop with SLIC 2.1 ? when i bought my laptop it came with windows xp home edition.
     
  3. 911medic

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    I would recommend not padding the marker/key combo. It is not necessary.
     
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  4. Apokrif

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  5. Apokrif

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    Right – but otherwise isn’t it easier than WinHex memory edit?
     
  6. YIN

    YIN MDL Member

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    this info is very good

    i replace for my hp g7000 the slic 2.0 to 2.1

    please move this post to the sticky area
     
  7. Apokrif

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    Nope - it's too easy :)
     
  8. FireSokar

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    Whats the status of this bricking a sony vaio FW so far
     
  9. emuobo

    emuobo MDL Novice

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    Please i need some help.Is there a way of extracting my bios file .fd from my pc and then modding?
    my manufacturer didnt have it on their site.
     
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  11. emuobo

    emuobo MDL Novice

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    so, i there no way to extract the bios file FROM MY NOTEBOOK,then modify and flash???Thanks though.
     
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  12. vasili111

    vasili111 MDL Novice

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    I backuped my Insyde BIOS on my Acer Aspire One AO531h. Then i extracted with winhex marker and public key. After i patched my backuped current.fd with EzH2O as Apokrif wrote. After i downloaded my bios update form ACER website, deleted and replaced *.fd file with current.fd and flash my bios. Everest shows that i have SLIC 2.0. What i am doing wrong?
     
  13. Ruley

    Ruley MDL Junior Member

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    good tutorial, I think I might try to mod my own.
     
  14. Eazy Ace

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    Thanks, i waited for a Tutorial like this one!
    But now, i'm too scared of bricking my Acer Aspire One D150 because I just read about that:(:(
    Is there any method to check the bios before flashing it?
     
  15. fasor

    fasor MDL Novice

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    Thanks a lot !

    This instructions helped with update of F17 bios to HP dv6-1299
    (followed everything except optional pubkey)
     
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  17. aidenthanno

    aidenthanno MDL Novice

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    Hi guys :)

    Can anyone tell how I can get .fd from my Vaio BIOS (it downloads as .exe, and when unpacked contains .exe, some .dll's and 1.6Mb .rom)?
    Ant help would be really appreciated.
     
  18. cooler138

    cooler138 MDL Novice

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    You should be able to open the .rom file with EzH2O. Just select all file types when loading the file.
     
  19. Ruley

    Ruley MDL Junior Member

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    Just modded my bios and it worked, great tutorial.
     
  20. confuse

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