I attempted to update the BIOS on my daughter's old Samsung X460 laptop so that I can put Windows 7 on it but must have used an incorrect or corrupted windows bios update file because now it fails to boot and all I have is the blue power light and no hard disk noises! It is years since I used a floppy disk to update the BIOS on a desktop so I am nervous about doing this myself now. However I have downloaded Phish17, renamed the 06LY03LZ.wph file BIOS.wph and have also put the Samsung SLIC 2.0 folder for Samsung Phoenix bios. Is this all I need or do I need the Phoenix mod tool? The list of files on the stick is as follows PH161700 BIOS.wph autorun (setup info 1KB) autorun (icon 18KB) 06LYM (.bin VLC media file 56KB SLIC.2.1 BINS folder LOCALE folder I am also unsure of exactly what to type once I get an opportunity to do so having cleared the old BIOS (a job which involves disassembling the X460). If anyone has opened up an X460 I would also like to ask a few questions!) To reflash, do I type this?- [/B] PH161700.EXE BIOS.WPH /O /Force /x /C /S [/B] or PH161700 /Y /FORCE /O /C /S BIOS.WPH How and why is the SLIC necessary and how do I use it? Please help this beginner!