MSI K9N Neo V3 motherboard with AMI Bios V2.9 to be bios modded

Discussion in 'BIOS Mods' started by chrisdeco, Feb 15, 2010.

  1. chrisdeco

    chrisdeco MDL Novice

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    #1 chrisdeco, Feb 15, 2010
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    I'm really a novice ! Be generous ! (and I write and speak English like a "spanish cow" like we say here in Belgium)

    Just a request : I modify (before flashing) the bios file v 2.9 from MSI Website. I did so with AMITOOL 1.48 and no errors was found. I respected SLP and SLIC setting them to "ASUS" to get a clean new bios . Till here, no risk!!

    When I run ToolKit( on computer not still modded), this shows me in SLP tab "no OEM SLP string found". Good ! This probably means that motherboard bios is not modded. It shows also "123 invalid SLP OEM STRINGS OFFSETS".

    My request now : does a valid OEM string appears after flashing and verify with tthe same tool.

    If you have suggestions for my motherboard, could you tell me what you think about an other way to get a modded bios which will be recognized as valid by future WAT. If you think that using tools like described above is enough tell me if it's good. Ppppfff ! Done ! Not easy to write in english when thinking in french and translate simultaneously!!! I Know that what WAT will reserve to our motherboard is still a great mystery and remains a great challenge for guys like Hazar, Daz ...

    Christian a Belgian AmateurRadio
     
  2. NoJuan999

    NoJuan999 Experienced SLIC Tool Operator

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    As long as you used the SSV2 Method in the AMITool then what you have is fine.
    Instead of ASUS I would use ACER or DELL SLIC and SLP since some ACER and DELL PC's use MSI motherboards.
    ASUS PC's would use ASUS Motherboards.
     
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  3. chrisdeco

    chrisdeco MDL Novice

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    Thanks for so quick reply.

    My MSI motherboard is equipped with an original "ASUS Table SLIC". That's the reason why, after reading the modules with EVEREST, I choosed ASUS, but you are better than me in this technology and I'll follow your tip and try several flashings with ACER and DELL

    Christian
     
  4. NoJuan999

    NoJuan999 Experienced SLIC Tool Operator

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    If the original Bios had ASUS SLIC 2.0 then you can use ASUS SLIC 2.1.
    I don't think it will matter much.
     
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