MSi Wind U100 U110 U120 U90 new BIOS with SLIC 2.1

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  1. a666

    a666 MDL Novice

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  2. denzel

    denzel MDL Member

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    uhmm

    yes, i have the same question..:confused: which certificated and which serial oemslp?
     
  3. joker2k4

    joker2k4 MDL Novice

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    You install the MSI cert. using slmgr -ilc CertFileName, then activate the version you installed using one of the published oem:slp keys, installed succesefully ultimate and home premium on wind u100.
    search the forum for the key and the cert.
     
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    #4 69218, Sep 27, 2009
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  5. LordArgon

    LordArgon MDL Novice

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    Works perfectly on my Medion Akoya E1210 =)
     
  6. yoreo

    yoreo MDL Novice

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    #6 yoreo, Sep 27, 2009
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    I've flashed my U100 with this new bios, and I'm reinstalling Windows 7 on it.
    I'm going to try to activate it with the MSI cert that is contained within the "VISTA CERTIFICATE COLLECTION.7z" archive at the bottom of this post in the vista forum.

    I'll report back if it successfully activates with that cert.
     
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  8. denzel

    denzel MDL Member

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    thanks to all, it's work, with msi certificate and acer key for professional edition!

    ;-)
     
  9. cyd0g

    cyd0g MDL Novice

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    there is NO slic 2.1 bios for MSI U120...
     
  10. NTurky

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    #10 NTurky, Oct 3, 2009
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    You don´t need to reinstall.
    If you´re using a loader, just remove it and then install the cert and key.
    If you´re using a moded bios... if it´s MSI already you don´t need to anything, if it´s another one, just remove current cert and install MSI.
     
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  11. Blind_Death

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    #11 Blind_Death, Oct 9, 2009
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    hello, when installing a new key this Windows Script Host's box appear:

    Code:
    On a computer running Microsoft windows non-core edition run “slui.exe 0×2a0xBBA” to display the error text. Error 0xBBA
    please note: my account is the admin of the machine and I'm installing the key for the right windows 7 version (ultimate).
     
  12. ies2007

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    #12 ies2007, Nov 7, 2009
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    Success with U100 and Windows 7 Ultimate!

    - update to lastest SLIC 2.1 original bios 1.0e. There is no need to mod it as there is the MSI SLIC already included!
    - Just use the Open 7 Activator program from this page: http://forums.mydigitallife.net/threads/11711
    - In Open 7 Activator select:
    Certificate/SLIC: MSI
    Product Key: Dell (There is no MSI key, but Dell works!)
    Check "I have a modded bios" (so no need to install a special loader).
    Press "Install", wait, reboot when it say so
    - DONE!
     
  13. slimgym

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    See they've now released 1.0F and pulled 1.0E - comment says "Modify the string of CPU Frequency for W7."

    h**p://eu.msi.com/index.php?func=downloaddetail&type=bios&maincat_no=135&prod_no=1474
     
  14. bidji

    bidji MDL Novice

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    just flashed my gf's u100plus. looks very much activated :]
    MSI-Guys: good show, dear sirs :D
     
  15. warmo

    warmo MDL Novice

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    did you flash your bios in windows and how did you do it ?

    thanks for your help cheers
     
  16. qmanager

    qmanager MDL Novice

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    I would recommend never flash BIOS in Windows - only under DOS. Flashing in Windows is very risky - it is proved statistically! Go to the Manufacturer's site and search for BIOS and DOS utility to flash it.
     
  17. slimgym

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    I can't believe they made it so difficult for people to flash though - surely they could provide an ISO image and tools to put on a USB stick or CD-RW?

    Floppy discs, crikey! Luckily I had an external floppy from a work laptop, it was a pain to create and I held my breath while it read the files (floppies were always so unreliable) but all went ok.

    Prior to the U100 I had an Advent 4211 (same as U100) which was supported through Dixons. They used different recovery techniques (you created the recovery to a USB stick, it came with no discs) and it had a windows flash utility. I used the MSI BIOS and flashed into the 4211 no problems to get overclocking going. When I bought the U100 though I stuck with the manufacturers instructions and did it in DOS.

    It's just not worth the risk to do it in windows, it's likely totally untested by MSI and I also only flash BIOS if necessary too, not every update they give. The risk of bricking the machine is too high.
     
  18. akoyero

    akoyero MDL Novice

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    And anybody knows if MSI WInd U100 1.0F BIOS (latest at the moment) can be flashed into my medion akoya e1210? the original MSI bios without modding.
    Thanks!
     
  19. akoyero

    akoyero MDL Novice

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    up, please
     
  20. asabater

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    i have made it on Advent 4211B (is msi wind u100) with any problem via usb boot

    i have lost slp1.0 DixonsXP but i have win slic2.1 msi

    activate win7 starter with msi cert & starter key without any problem

    saludos from spain:D & a happy new year