WindSLIC UEFI SLIC injector

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  1. nononsence

    nononsence MDL Addicted

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    Don't worry about it I've had memory go bad that would cause blue screens only if I ran a certain java app, eventually the memory got so bad that I had blue screen's several times a day
    and when I ran memtest it found that 3 out of 6 dimm's were bad.
     
  2. nononsence

    nononsence MDL Addicted

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    updated 11/04/2011

    fixed issue's when attempting to boot Windows 8
     
  3. P3N3TRAT10N

    P3N3TRAT10N MDL Junior Member

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    I've attached the memory dump for the specified length and address of 0x00000252 and 0xBF3E2C98 using the SLIC Toolkit v3.2. After testing with Windows Memory Diagnostic and Memtest86+ v4.20, I found a failing memory module of the four I had installed. So, I would assume this was the cause of the BSOD and UEFI SLIC Injector is not. I have been using the last version and now the latest version of this program without any problems. Let me know if there is any other testing that I can provide assistance to you. Thanks for your help and contribution to this community.
     
  4. nononsence

    nononsence MDL Addicted

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    Thanks, your tables are all in the allocated memory space which is set to a memory type that wont be moved or written to by the
    operating system.
     
  5. marce27pass

    marce27pass MDL Novice

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    mountvol v: /s <----- this is not possible under CMD on windows 7, the "/s" is not an option of mountvol command
     
  6. nononsence

    nononsence MDL Addicted

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    #46 nononsence, Nov 24, 2011
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    this is the output of mountvol /?
    you only have the /S option if you have booted Windows x64 install
    media in EFI mode and installed to a GPT partitioned hard drive.

    Code:
    Creates, deletes, or lists a volume mount point.
    
    MOUNTVOL [drive:]path VolumeName
    MOUNTVOL [drive:]path /D
    MOUNTVOL [drive:]path /L
    MOUNTVOL [drive:]path /P
    MOUNTVOL /R
    MOUNTVOL /N
    MOUNTVOL /E
    MOUNTVOL drive: /S
    
        path        Specifies the existing NTFS directory where the mount
                    point will reside.
        VolumeName  Specifies the volume name that is the target of the mount
                    point.
        /D          Removes the volume mount point from the specified directory.
        /L          Lists the mounted volume name for the specified directory.
        /P          Removes the volume mount point from the specified directory,
                    dismounts the volume, and makes the volume not mountable.
                    You can make the volume mountable again by creating a volume
                    mount point.
        /R          Removes volume mount point directories and registry settings
                    for volumes that are no longer in the system.
        /N          Disables automatic mounting of new volumes.
        /E          Re-enables automatic mounting of new volumes.
        /S          Mount the EFI System Partition on the given drive.
    
     
  7. stavel

    stavel MDL Novice

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    Hi, great job @nononsence!
    I've tried to open the source solution and remake it for my Asus laptop, but I didn't succeed.
    Also tried to understand what exactly I need to copy from the certificate file to the efi one, but also without success.
    Could you give me a hint how to apply this injection for Asus?
    Or maybe if can make an efi file for me.

    Thanks!
     
  8. marce27pass

    marce27pass MDL Novice

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    thank you very much!! now i'm ready to test your nice work!!
     
  9. marce27pass

    marce27pass MDL Novice

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    i have a big question:
    have a MSI H67MA-E45 uEFI bios (phoenix) AMI BIOS
    have a acpitbls.rw report
    can i mod the bios in the normal way with PhoenixTool 1.93?
    the bios size is 8mb

    i did the job performed with no problems, successfull but i am not sure if i can flash the bios normaly

    tnxs for your response.
     
  10. nononsence

    nononsence MDL Addicted

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    This is a soft mod not a bios mod and is intended to be installed to the EFI partition

    I think it may be possible to add it as a module to a uefi bios but I don't have any idea
    how to do and I wouldn't even attempt it without some way reprogram the bios chip
    when you brick the mother board.
     
  11. chefkoch

    chefkoch MDL Novice

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    Does anybody have experience with this mod and an ASRock Z68 Pro3 Board?
    Will it work?
     
  12. Alphawaves

    Alphawaves Super Moderator/Developer
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    Nice work..:worthy:
     
  13. Josh Cell

    Josh Cell MDL Developer

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    Very nice hard work :worthy::worthy::worthy:
     
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  14. LAX

    LAX MDL Novice

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    nicely done
     
  15. truthinjection

    truthinjection MDL Member

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    Awesome! Great work! What was the secret to getting AMD stuff to work?

    Excelsior!
    -tij-
     
  16. robalm

    robalm MDL Senior Member

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    It is possible make a "loader" that installs everything automatically?
    Sorry if it sounds stupid or rude, but I've tried to read "to install" but I'm a completely noob o_O
     
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  17. nononsence

    nononsence MDL Addicted

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