Hi folks, I have sort of weird board. It is MCP7AM04H1 (Newark) manufactured by Foxconn. According to the HP web it is used in one and only PC: Compaq Presario CQ5023IT, sold in Italy only, probably with (or without) Windows Vista. Based on MCP7A Chipset (Nvidia GeForce 9300 aka ION) with socket LGA775, no PCI slots, only PCI Express (three PCIe ×1, one PCIe ×16). It has an Award BIOS. I was able to save the BIOS from the board (on Italian HP web can be found one step older BIOS than was in my board, can be located only when choosing Windows Vista as your OS) and I was even able to modify it (Phoenix mod tools told me it's not Phoenix, Award mod tools successfully modded the BIOS and told me there is also SLIC 2.0 in Dynamic mode - I was able to replace it with SLIC 2.1, also in Dynamic mode, other mode was not available). I was even able to successfully upload the whole BIOS and the board still works (using AWDFLASH.EXE v8.94). The problem is that the SLIC is somehow NOT enabled (probably in DMI). HP DMI tools are unusable with this board, IDEN.EXE returns errorlevel 0 (for those who now how the DmiFit.bat works) and no HP(anyting).exe file is able to support this platform (it says "platform not supported", or is not able to read or write SLP, says some Error 0x24 (not exactly the 24, I'm not able to remember the number during my switch from DOS to Windows . Is there a way to tell the board to enable SLIC? I mean ... is there a way to enable it on "general AwardBIOS-based" board? If so ... how? Thanks very much.