what is this bios modding execly ?

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by maorosh, Aug 1, 2009.

  1. maorosh

    maorosh MDL Junior Member

    Aug 1, 2009
    can anyone explain me ? is it mean that
    i take my bios file and modify with other models
    and i flush it back & replace my own bios ?
    what execly the purpose of this ?
  2. PluG

    PluG MDL Senior Member

    Jul 30, 2009
    Its basicly this,

    Take your bios, and modify / Added SLIC tables so that
    windows vista and windows 7 register with just a OEM key and your SLIC certificate, no loaders ect.

    without it the only way you would be able to register is to use a EMULATED SLIC 2.1 loader that overwrites and takes over the generic windows bootloader and uses gdlr instead..
  3. Michel

    Michel MDL Expert

    Jul 29, 2009
    You mod your own bios with SLIC, SLP and a Certificate file, those 3 files will allow you to activate Windows Vista/7 by OEM (master) keys. You keep all your original bios files, only you add 3 things.
  4. maorosh

    maorosh MDL Junior Member

    Aug 1, 2009
    #4 maorosh, Aug 1, 2009
    Last edited: Aug 1, 2009
    my acer 5730z bios isn't come with any SLIC tables ?
    (i ggot laptop and my origional system was vista basic OEM)

    where in hell i can get this file's for acer 5730z? and where i can get OEM key for this ?
  5. ZenArcane

    ZenArcane MDL Novice

    Aug 1, 2009
    To check to see if you have SLIC tables (which you most likely do), you should run RWEverything. It will have a nice tab under ACPI that says SLIC. It will also tell you what BIOS manufacturer you have among other things. Then you can post a thread asking someone to mod you a new bios.

    The OEM key and certificates are on various posts around the forums.