lenovo (new process) PROS: acer aspire 6930g 2.1 slic mod done, need verification I just made this mod, using the new Lenovo Phoenix bios method, but I'm hoping to get some feedback on whether I did it right, before I flash it. I will post exactly what I did as Yen did basically. Here goes: First step (uncompressing .FL1 file) can be skipped, Acer bios is just .wph/.rom . I decomposed it and started looking for OEMID and OEM TABLEID in the BIOSCODEXX.ROMs. Found ACRSYSACRPRDCT in BIOSCODE02.ROM: Good news, since there is a 2.1 SLIC for that. So I downloaded that acer slic .BIN and made a .ROM from it using slic.bat. ACPI modules ranged from 00 to 04 after decompose, so I hexedited _A00 to _A05 and recalculated the first checksum. Saved .ROM Went to end of last _A module in original .wph file, saved block from there till FF FF FF gap in seperate file block1.rom. I then noted the size of the FF FF FF gap from its header and calculated the end (this was exactly at the last FF byte, so no romhole) then I inserted (overwriting, not actually inserting) the SLIC.ROM at the end of the last _A module. Then I inserted (again, overwriting...) block1.rom after the SLIC.ROM and corrected the size in the gap header so it corresponds with the end at that last FF byte. Last thing I did was correct the checksum of the gap header. The final .wph file got processed OK by phnxsplit.exe as far as I can see. Anything I missed? I could post detailed hex blocks if it's needed. Thanks for any help! edit: the only thing i'm not a 100% about is the placing of the ACPI SLIC module. I placed it after the last _A module, as instructed in the tutorial. However, there is a strange 'module' (?) after it, it has a proper header and everything. Code: Offset 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F 000F46C0 87 84 59 D3 9B 25 53 27 E7 CA 75 65 CF 0E 40 C9 ‡„YÓ›%S'çÊueÏ.@É 000F46D0 3B AA 03 F2 83 7E 27 E7 CA 47 A4 4B 1F C5 77 DF ;ª.òƒ~'çÊG¤K.Åwß 000F46E0 8C F8 00 BC 3D 48 00 00 06 53 33 52 65 73 75 6D Œø.¼=H...S3Resum 000F46F0 65 FF 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 16 00 00 1B 02 F5 6E eÿ............õn 000F4700 B8 2A B5 EC 34 41 B5 56 38 54 CA 1F E1 B4 08 1A ¸*µì4AµV8TÊ.á´.. 000F4710 00 00 C4 30 30 30 30 30 30 32 31 00 00 00 00 00 ..Ä00000021..... 000F4720 00 00 00 46 8D E2 FF 03 00 F8 00 B3 18 48 00 00 ...Fâÿ..ø.³.H.. 000F4730 06 4C 6F 61 64 46 69 6C 65 FF 00 00 00 00 00 00 .LoadFileÿ...... in the tutorial there is a _L module after the last _A module. not so for me. will it be a problem? i dont think so, but i would like some verification from Yen maybe before i brick my laptop's mobo of course the module marked in blue has the same issue... notice the 06 bytes in both cases. Yen only mentions 01, 02 or F0 as possibilities for that byte.