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

Discussion in 'MDL Projects and Applications' started by andyp, Nov 26, 2009.

  1. Serg008

    Serg008 MDL BIOS/EFI Guru

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  3. egorz

    egorz MDL Novice

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    Thank You so much, Serge! The same as I did - the result will be checked tomorrow ;)
     
  4. bobopei

    bobopei MDL Novice

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    Salut tu as pu résoudre ton soucis? J'ai un peu le même soucis mais en plus de mémoire mon fils a mis un code bios mais il ne se souvient plus.
     
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  6. Serg008

    Serg008 MDL BIOS/EFI Guru

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    mdlrookie MDL Novice

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    Sweet. 3103 works fine, Win7 Ultimate activated without any problems (using the cert from https://forums.mydigitallife.net/threads/oa-2-x-slic-oemcert-collection.5952/page-53#post-514521). I will try 4007 after I get the CPU that the 4007 BIOS is intended for (which may be quite a while). I will also try the steps from the other thread you mentioned once I find more time.

    Thank you very much for your time and efforts!
     
  8. peter_58_ha

    peter_58_ha Red Pete

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  9. peter_58_ha

    peter_58_ha Red Pete

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    thx @Serg008 !

    I pick the extracted BIOS.CAP file with the Phoenix tool, select "Dell" as Manufacturer and at Advanced tab I selected "Extract modules when verifying".
    After pressing "Done" there is no button "verifiy", only "GO" and "Structure".
    When walking through the created folders, no HDR or ROM file shows up..
    I am too silly for this tool...

    Pls help...

    Best regards

    Peter
     
  10. smarty999

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    Hi!

    A few years ago I put SLIC 2.3 into the ASUS Q87M-E firmware with PhoenixTool (NewModule). Today I tried to update the firmware with SLIC to version 2.5 using the same method. The firmware was updated, but the SLIC remained the same version 2.3.
    However, I tried to load a simple original firmware without SLIC and SLIC2.3 is still there.
    Guys, please tell me what to do to update SLIC to 2.5 ?

    Thank you in advance for the answer!
     
  11. Serg008

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