Hello there, over the last days I was working on some python scripts for extracting InsydeH2O EFI bioses, especially KAV80.fd (Packard Bell Dot-S GE 070), patching hidden forms and recompile the bios with hidden forms visible. It took me about two weeks and now it works with my own bios. So I am looking for some people to test the scripts and mail me their bioses if it fails. If the scripts work with your bios they will unhide all hidden forms. Important: Run the tool TWICE! First with your original bios like "./main.py -v orgbios patchedbios", use -v option for being verbose Second run it again like "./main.py -v patchedbios" - now it should not find any hidden forms anymore. But just see if it breaks with any errors. The second step will rip the patched bios apart, checking all checksums and CRCs, so if this does not fail the bios will most probably work. Make sure you have some <fn>+<esc> recovery function on your system - just for the case. Also check, that the origbios and the patchedbios have the same size. The contents of the files will be quite different, sind the compressed sections are different (hiding code lays inside a compressed section which needs to be uncompressed, patched and recompressed) Please contact me and mail me your results. Link: www:jakobheinemanne/insydeh2o_e.html (I may not post links, I just registered: replace colons with dots; maybe some admin can change this for me after checking the link) Thanks for testing.