Tool to Insert/Replace SLIC in Phoenix / Insyde / Dell / EFI BIOSes

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    Bug in v2.73: need scroll window for access buttons "Go", "Advanced", "Verify"
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    #4208 beachcity, Apr 13, 2018
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    Thanks for all the help.
     
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    Hi.

    May I ask what the option "key file" is meant for? I saw versions with two (KEY and KEY2), inside seems to be some code, could be a Windows serial.

    Anyone knows what it is meant for? Do I need it for a successful SLIC mod?

    Thank you for explanation.
     
  9. Tito

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    @maxmen77

    Opt for New Module method for this mobo. Always visit this link for updated SLIC/cert archive.

    @acc4iload

    Those are leaked keys required for inserting SLP modules in certain AMI Aptio UEFIs to turn on SLIC permanently. In case of Asus, its called as New Module method.
     
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    OK, thanks. But not the info I searched for (no offense meant). Some users report their Windows 10 key (OEM) is stored within the BIOS and activates Win10 after you enter no key during setup. I am searching for options how to do it. You know any? :)

    EDIT: Serg008 already told me about the token (genuineticket.xml) trick, but I want to hardcode it into my BIOS.
     
  11. Flipp3r

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    The key is injected into the UEFI by the OEM. Each key is unique. If you purchased without an OS, no OA3 key would exist in you UEFI(BIOS).
    Read here: https://forums.mydigitallife.net/threads/windows-8-preinstalled-licenses-aka-oa2-2-and-oa3-0.34580/
     
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    #4220 ammoune78, May 3, 2018
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