Hi, I'm trying to mod my Phoenix BIOS. It's unusual in that it's an Intel VBI reference board used by various OEM's; Quanta, Compal etc. However it's in a Philips laptop sold by DSG in the UK. The original BIOS had an OEMID of DSGVISTALTD and a 2.0 SLIC. I grabbed the latest BIOS from the Intel site for this board and flashed it. The OEMID changed to GATEWAM ????? (Bear in mind, this is a BIOS from Intel) Anyhow, I downloaded the latest PhoenixTool122 and RW-Everything1.4 and set about overwriting with a SLIC2.1 bin. The tool accepted the .WPH, I selected the ACER SLIC from the SLIC pack found elsewhere on the forums and the AcpiTbls.rw report generated by RW-Everything. Clicked GO. PhoenixTool1.4 returned SUCCESS, so I proceede to flash the modded BIOS. No problem, however, when I fired up SLIC_Dump_Toolkit3.2 to check, it says "Dump OK ! (But SLIC OEM ID or Digital Signature Error !)" and in the SLIC Diagnosis section, the PubKey and RDST fields say GATEWAM, while the Marker field says ACRSYSACRPRDCT ???? The SLP1.0 tab says SLP OEM String is Gateway. What can I do now to make PubKey, RDST and Marker match ??? BTW, I had also tried using the ASUS SLIC and experienced the same problem, so I tried with the ACER one as I read all the Gateway stuff is dealt with by Acer now. Help much appreciated.