Which Dell SLIC 2.1 to use?

Discussion in 'BIOS Mods' started by swmspam, Jan 23, 2012.

  1. swmspam

    swmspam MDL Novice

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    The OEMCERT_AND_SLICS_2011-12-23 archive has several Dell SLIC .BINs. For use on an arbitrary PC motherboard, which .BIN is appropriate?

    Surfing through the forums, it's difficult to find a compendium of what these different .BIN files represent, and why one would be chosen over another.

    DELL[AS09]2.1-CE37E5C6.BIN
    DELL[B10K]2.1-DEC30CBD.BIN
    DELL[B11K]2.1-B4188CD6.BIN
    DELL[B9K]2.1-6E1E74F9.BIN
    DELL[bMk]2.1-975C3B0B.BIN
    DELL[CBX3]2.1-57BF7C02.BIN
    DELL[CL09]2.1-17C5C0A1.BIN
    DELL[E2]2.1-438E4790.BIN
    DELL[ECS]2.1-BE27242B.BIN
    DELL[EV09]2.1-971BB443.BIN
    DELL[FL09]2.1-F529C589.BIN
    DELL[FX09]2.1-05EE2DF6.BIN
    DELL[INV]2.1-374F37AD.BIN
    DELL[M09]2.1-84C6611C.BIN
    DELL[MI09]2.1-CFCC508B.BIN
    DELL[P2]2.1-91CBAE7C.BIN
    DELL[PE_SC3]2.1-38DE6684.BIN
    DELL[QA09]2.1-7D10E220.BIN
    DELL[WN09]2.1-0EA312E5.BIN
    DELLOE[DELLOSE]2.1-9AA465A9.BIN
     
  2. tqhoang

    tqhoang MDL BIOS Modder

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    Any will work fine. Dell seems to like to generate unique ones for different lines of their PC's. The only reason people pick one or another is to preserve the progression.

    Ex: Some older Dell Latitude and Precision laptops were using the M0# series (M07,M08), so I chose M09.
     
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