As far as I know this should work on AMI BIOS's, it's the only type i've done but it may be the same for other BIOS types. Tools needed- AMI Tools from this thread http://forums.mydigitallife.net/threads/4071-New-AMI-BIOS-tool-for-performing-SSV2-3-and-Dynamic-SLIC-Modification Hex editor, I used Hexedit as it's free http://www.physics.ohio-state.edu/~prewett/hexedit/ Once you have modified the BIOS to include SLIC using AMI Tool close it. In the folder with the AMI tool program in there is another exe file called MMTOOL, you will need this to extract and replace modules of the BIOS. Once this program is open, click on Load ROM and point it to the modified BIOS. Go to the extract tab next, in order to extract a module you need to select it from the list at the bottom, in my case I needed to extract the 06 and 1B modules as they contained the BIOS date (It may be different for other BOIS's). Click on the relevant modules (each one needs to be done individually) and in the 'Module File:' section click on browse and make sure it is pointed to the same folder that the BIOS file is in (See pic1). Give it a name that will easily identify it (I chose 06.bin and 1B.bin respectively). Make sure when you extract the modules that under 'Extract Module' that 'in uncompressed form' is selected. Once you have extracted the modules you need to open them in the hexeditor program. In my case there were at least 4 places over all which contained the BIOS date. It should be easy to pick them out on the right hand side (don't mess with the left hand side of the program). Select each part of the date and change them to a more current date. (see pic 2) Once thing I did notice was the date occured in 2 formats, there where at least 3 formatted in the MM/DD/YYYY format while in one instance there was a date formatted as MMDDYYYY with no / so you will need to watch out for this (I would suggest using the find option and search for the year of the date. Once the modifying has been done save the files. Once the modifications have been made you need to replace them in the BIOS. In MMTOOL, with the BIOS still opened go to the Replace tab and select the modules to replace one at a time (06 and 1B) with one of the 2 modules selected click on browse and point it to the modified bin file from the previous step and click on the replace button (see pic3). Once this has been done for both modules click on 'Save ROM as' and pick a name, i'd recommend choosing a different name so as not to overwrite the previous file. Once this has been done all you need to do is flash the modified BIOS and the system should read the modified date. I have modified the pics to remove references to what BIOS was used. Disclaimer: Do this at your own risk, I have only done this once and cannot guarantee that it will work for everyone. Also, do not open the BIOS file itself in the hex editor program, as I found out and modification to this will probably cause the flash to fail. If anyone wants to redo the instructions feel free to, i've never been too good at doing them.