I have an eMachines T3882 (designed for XP) with an Intel board. The current BIOS is BF86510A.15A.0085.P20.0412152353. I can't find any pre-modded BIOSs, and there are no BIOS updates from eMachines either. There is one from Intel, but slightly different and doesn't work. Someone had forced that BIOS update but his fans are on full all the time, don't want that. Is it possible to use the Universal BIOS Extractor to backup the current BIOS, mod it, then flash it back? I have already used the extractor to backup the BIOS and used AMITool to mod it. Now it's just a matter of flashing it back. I have an iflash.exe utility found with another similar motherboard. Could I use that to flash the BIOS back? My only concern, of course, is bricking my board this way. The original BIOS files for the similar board are .BIO extension and slightly larger, but the BIOS Extractor created a .ROM file. Does that make a difference?