is it possible that bios has slic 2.0 and 2.1 in one bios?

Discussion in 'BIOS Mods' started by cfrank33, Dec 11, 2009.

  1. cfrank33

    cfrank33 MDL Junior Member

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    Hy , when im opening a bios from an acer laptop of another friend ( im getting a modder , all my friends asking me now to mod the bios jajajajaj )

    The phonix bios mod tool say "Complete slic (2.0) ACRsysACRPRDCT in ACPI05.ROM (x1)
    Pubkey and marker (2.1) ( ACRsysACRPRDCT) in Acpi05.rom (x1)
    and the log : slic string found in BIOSCOD01 at CD88
    slic string found in BIOSCOD01 at D151

    what does this mean.

    The bios can be found here: http://global-download.acer.com/GDF...tep3=Aspire 5536&OS=V10&LC=en&BC=Acer&SC=PA_6

    Its a phoinix bios and the laptop is an Acer Aspire 5536

    The laptop comes with win7 o vista preinstalled :( and my friend has the vista model :(
     
  2. cfrank33

    cfrank33 MDL Junior Member

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    Modded succesfully this bios with the awesome tool of andyp

    MANY MANY MANY THANKS

    No i have slic 2.1 with the laptop and the newest bios thankssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss :D
     
  3. potpotjeng

    potpotjeng MDL Novice

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    Im confused.Why do you have to mod the bios if it has already slic 2.1>
     
  4. YIN

    YIN MDL Member

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    in my bios i see the new slic2.1 table as SLIC and the old slic2.0 table as SLAC
    is this ok??
     
  5. Yen

    Yen Admin
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    The bios contains a full SLIC2.0 and additionally pubkey and marker data of 2.1...I guess Acer can configure to build a SLIC2.0 OR a SLIC2.1, depending on the license.

    The mod tool doesn't care about. It reads the rwe report to figure what SLIC is active. If you mod the ssv2 way the original SLIC will be renamed to SLAC and a new one will be added.
    If you mod dynamic, all existing SLIC2.0 parts will be exchanged with the 2.1 parts. Here you don't have to rename the SLIC.
     
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