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Thread: Intel EFI BIOS Mod for Slic 2.1 on Intel DG35EC Motherboard

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    Intel EFI BIOS Mod for Slic 2.1 on Intel DG35EC Motherboard

    Can anyone help me to mod Intel EFI BIOS for Slic 2.1 on Intel DG35EC Motherboard. I have tried procedures mentioned on some sites. But it is not working. I need a complete procedure along with recovery thing. So that I can simply restore my system as it was before, if the modded bios does not work. There is hardly any information available on this. I hope there is a proper process available which can help.

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    Re: Intel EFI BIOS Mod for Slic 2.1 on Intel DG35EC Motherboard

    Here small instruction to mod Intel Motherboards, you can go through this and after that let me know:

    I. Using CMD in Windows:
    1. Before going ahead you must run a update for original Bios from Intel
    2. This process can be done through DOS or through flash drive. You have to find the right bios version for this process.
    3. In Windows extract the contents of oa2intelwin.rar to C: \ Drive. So the location would be C:\oa2intelwin\.
    4. Then launch cmd and type cd c:\oa2intelwin\
    2. You have to run the batch file here. It has a file available in it. If everything goes well the bios will updated.

    II. Flashing through USB
    1. You have to make a bootable USB flash drive for bios modding.
    2. You can download HPUSBFW.EXE from web. Launch the application in administrator mode and choose the Dos start-up disk. Specify the folder with DOS file location command. After that copy to create a USB flash drive.
    3. Once done you can boot your system through the pen drive. You have to use removable drive as first boot device.
    4. From the pen drive choose the batch file.

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    Re: Intel EFI BIOS Mod for Slic 2.1 on Intel DG35EC Motherboard

    This process can be risky. Before doing this I will recommend you to go ahead with complete bios backup. There is no guarantee that all modded bios is going to work. You have to somehow find the right version that really works and give you the kind of output you are looking for. There are many tools through which you can backup your existing bios.

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