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Motherboard Manufacturer :
Motherboard Model : DX2250
Bios Revision : 2.3
Bios Type : Phoenix
http://rapidshare.com/files/267047625/BIOS.ROM.html
I dont think this bios has an existing SLIC table? Does it??

I cant seem to find one!

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(08-13-2009, 03:32 PM)hoju99 Wrote: [ -> ]Motherboard Manufacturer :
Motherboard Model : DX2250
Bios Revision : 2.3
Bios Type : Phoenix
http://rapidshare.com/files/267047625/BIOS.ROM.html

I just modified this on another forum today

V2.3 is the not the correct version as the HP Site Shows....v1.12A is the correct version.

-Manufacturer: HP
-Motherboard Model: Compaq dx2250 Microtower PC
-Bios revision: 1.12A (sp40618.exe)
-Bios Type: Award BIOS
-Bios Download Link: http://rapidshare.com/files/266857705/BIOS.ROM.html
-Secondary Bios Download Link: ftp.ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp40501-41000/sp40618.exe
-Source of Bios Download Link: http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/SoftwareDescription.jsp?lang=en&cc=us&prodTypeId=12454&prodSeriesId=3310266&prodNameId=3310267&swEnvOID=2096&swLang=13&mode=2&taskId=135&swItem=vc-64491-1
-Use Winflash Included in Download to Flash Bios. Rename BIOS_SLIC.ROM to BIOS.ROM
-SLIC: HP 2.1
-SLP: HP
-HP Certificate Included
-Tool: Award Mod Tool v1.16
-Method: Dynamic
-Modifier: Busykid508
-Please provide feedback

CRISDISK BIOS RECOVERY FILES INCLUDED

HP_Compaq_dx2250_Microtower_PC-HP-1.12A_sp40618.exe-HP_SLIC21_HP_SLP
http://www.box.net/shared/kr3tpefv5o
This has been moved to SLIC/SLP Mods as it isnt a Phoenix bios

Admin
Has anyone else tried this?

I tried it on a DX2250 and it posts after flashing, but then there is a 10-15 minute delay before I can get into BIOS, select boot device, or it start windows etc. Huh

Initially I thought the board was trashed and I it was destined for the bin, but I managed to get it to Windows eventually and reflash the original BIOS back which sorted it.
(09-11-2009, 04:57 PM)trbd Wrote: [ -> ]Has anyone else tried this?

I tried it on a DX2250 and it posts after flashing, but then there is a 10-15 minute delay before I can get into BIOS, select boot device, or it start windows etc. Huh

Initially I thought the board was trashed and I it was destined for the bin, but I managed to get it to Windows eventually and reflash the original BIOS back which sorted it.

Me too !!
Dodgy
(03-02-2010, 03:04 PM)dickybow Wrote: [ -> ]
(09-11-2009, 04:57 PM)trbd Wrote: [ -> ]Has anyone else tried this?

I tried it on a DX2250 and it posts after flashing, but then there is a 10-15 minute delay before I can get into BIOS, select boot device, or it start windows etc. Huh

Initially I thought the board was trashed and I it was destined for the bin, but I managed to get it to Windows eventually and reflash the original BIOS back which sorted it.

Me too !!
Dodgy

Hi - Sorry to dig up an old thread,
I took get the same result.

I even tried modding my own BIOS - got the same result.

Has anyone had any luck with this particular bios?