New Award BIOS tool for performing SLIC Insertion/Modification

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  1. andyp

    andyp SLIC Tools Author

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  2. urie

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    #5 urie, May 6, 2009
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    @ Andyp, just tried new tool on an old JetWay P4XFA bios it worked great slp and slic for HP added:)

    Code:
    Original BIOS size 262144 bytes (256K)
    0 Module P4XFAA09.BIN (5000) Compressed size 79104 Original size 131072
    13529 Module awardext.rom (407F) Compressed size 31307 Original size 44864
    1AF9C Module ACPITBL.BIN (4003) Compressed size 5414 Original size 13486
    1C4E9 Module awardeyt.rom (400E) Compressed size 11441 Original size 17472
    1F1C2 Module _EN_CODE.BIN (4029) Compressed size 6828 Original size 14544
    Padding pattern is 211
    Module P4XFAA09.BIN has an valid checksum (CA)
    Module and decompression block checksum is valid (67 - Start 0 Length 37FFE)
    BIOS image does not sum to 0
    SLIC module size is 374 bytes
    SLIC module checksum is 0
    RSDT table OEM and Table ID patched to HPQOEMSLIC-MPC
    FACP table OEM and Table ID patched to HPQOEMSLIC-MPC
    DSDT table OEM ID patched to HPQOEM
    HP PAVILIONHewlett SLP 1.0 string added
    Main Module is 13 bytes too big
    Zero area 1
    Main module is 18 bytes to small
    Main module is 6 bytes to small
    Main module is 5 bytes to small
    Main Module is correct size
    New BIOS written 262144 bytes
    Corrected BIOS written 262144 bytes
    0 Module P4XFAA09.BIN (5000) Compressed size 79092 Original size 131072
    1351D Module awardext.rom (407F) Compressed size 31307 Original size 44864
    1AF90 Module ACPITBL.BIN (4003) Compressed size 5426 Original size 13490
    1C4E9 Module awardeyt.rom (400E) Compressed size 11441 Original size 17472
    1F1C2 Module _EN_CODE.BIN (4029) Compressed size 6828 Original size 14544
    20C96 Module iSLIC.BIN (4045) Compressed size 380 Original size 374
    Padding pattern is 211
    Module P4XFAA09.BIN has an valid checksum (29)
    Module and decompression block checksum is valid (D7 - Start 0 Length 37FFE)
    First byte (LSB) checksum is valid
    Second byte (MSB) checksum is valid
    BIOS image sums to 0
    SLIC performed successfully. BIOS file is G:\NEW-DOWNLOADS\MAY_2009\AWARDTOOL016\P4XFAA09_SLIC.BIN
    Bios also flashed successfully and checked slic in everest and slp with oembios tool everything fine:)
     
  3. 911medic

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    HAhahahahaha.....I LOVE it...

    NOW..Phoenix and the Thinkpad bios..YEN!!!!! Where are you???:D:D

    Great job!!!!!!!
     
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  4. andyp

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    Fantastic!! I don't think it had been tested on anything that actually had module checksums (other than by me, here) so great to know it works in correctly real life too!

    Thanks :D
    Andy

     
  5. Yen

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    I'm here!;) Waiting to share my knowledge about.....yeah, great job andy.
    The final challenge the Phoenix tool..... after its realisation it's time for me to go on pension.;)
     
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  8. hakychoi

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    oh my god!!

    It works fine,

    I can't believe it!!!!!!!

    I didn't check it for xp but

    It works fine on vista sp2 x64

    Thanks everyone.

    i really appreciate it
     
  9. bachett

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    I keep having this error running under win xp. Can anyone help? Thx.

    Maybe i have to have .net framework installed?

    ok installing net framework now
     
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    Andyp ,in my case I tried it in 2 diferent machines ( windows xp and windows 2k8 ) and yes the dummy.rom is present.