If you intend to modify your BIOS physically and hard code the SLIC table content and data into ACPI section so that it’s SLP 2.0 (System-Locked Preinstallation) supported and compliant to achieve install and permanent Windows Vista activation as OEM edition, you should know that you have to mod the BIOS SLIC and SDRT tables so that they have a valid and legit OEM ID and OEM Table ID, which match and validate correctly against respective Microsoft signed OEM digital certificates. Hacker community has currently the widely known ASUS OEM_ID and OEM_Table_ID. Here’s more OEMID and OEMTableID for various famous original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) which can be used to mod the BIOS to.

OEMIDOEMTableID

Acer = “ACRSYSACRPRDCT”
HEX: 41 43 52 53 59 53 41 43 52 50 52 44 43 54

ASUS = “_ASUS_Notebook”
HEX: 5F 41 53 55 53 5F 4E 6F 74 65 62 6F 6F 6B

DELL = “DELL M07 ” (two space after DELL, 4 space after M07 (20 in 16-bit HEX code, not 00 which is blank), and one blank space)
HEX: 44 45 4C 4C 20 20 4D 30 37 20 20 20 20 00

Fujitsu Siemens = “FSC PC ” (3 spaces after FSC, 6 spaces after PC)
HEX: 46 53 43 20 20 20 50 43 20 20 20 20 20 20

Gateway = “GATEWASYSTEM ” (two space behind (20 in 16-bit HEX code, not 00 which is blank))
HEX: 47 41 54 45 57 41 53 59 53 54 45 4D 20 20

HP = “HPQOEMSLIC-MPC”
HEX: 48 50 51 4F 45 4D 53 4C 49 43 2D 4D 50 43

Lenovo = “LENOVOTC-2P ” (three space behind)
HEX: 4C 45 4E 4F 56 4F 54 53 2D 32 50 20 20 20

Medion = “MEDIONMEDIONAG”
HEX: 4D 45 44 49 4F 4E 4D 45 44 49 4F 4E 41 47

NEC = “NEC ND000146” (three space after NEC (20 in 16-bit HEX code, not 00 which is blank)
HEX: 4E 45 43 20 20 20 4E 44 30 30 30 31 34 36

NEC = “NEC ND000147” (3 spaces after NEC)
HEX: 4E 45 43 20 20 20 4E 44 30 30 30 31 34 37

Sony = “Sony VAIO ” (two blanks after Sony, 4 blanks after VAIO)
HEX: 53 6F 6E 79 00 00 56 41 49 4F 00 00 00 00

Sotec = “SOTEC SOTECDT ” (One blank after SOTEC, 1 blank after SOTECDT)
HEX: 53 4F 54 45 43 00 53 4F 54 45 43 44 54 00

Toshiba = “TOSQCITOSQCI00”
HEX: 54 4F 53 51 43 49 54 4F 53 51 43 49 30 30

Additional provided by [fs]

With these OEM ID, a BIOS can be modded to match other OEM instead of ASUS. However, you need to get the OEM’s ACPISLIC.BIN (or SLIC.BIN) which is extracted from genuine product to complete the BIOS crack to activate Windows Vista. If can be used to modify the no flashing BIOS emulator which requires no hard modification to physical BIOS to use other OEM ID too.

The OEMID and OEMTableID is retrieved and verified from the BIOS that supports SLP 2.0 and contains SLIC table, by using ACPISLIC.BIN or SLIC.BIN that can be separated from BIOS with tools like CBROM, and then view it in HEX editor.

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  • po

    how abt LG notebook?

  • [fs]

    MSI = "MSI_NBMEGABOOK"

    HEX: 4D 53 49 5F 4E 42 4D 45 47 41 42 4F 4F 4B

  • [fs]

    TOSHIBA = "TOSINVTOSINV00"

    HEX: 54 4F 53 49 4E 56 54 4F 53 49 4E 56 30 30

  • [fs]

    ACER = "ACRSYSACRPRDCT"

    HEX: 41 43 52 53 59 53 41 43 52 50 52 44 43 54

    ASUS = "_ASUS_Notebook"

    HEX: 5F 41 53 55 53 5F 4E 6F 74 65 62 6F 6F 6B

    DELL = "DELL M07 "

    HEX: 44 45 4C 4C 20 20 4D 30 37 20 20 20 20 00

    FUJITSU SIEMENS = "FSC PC "

    HEX: 46 53 43 20 20 20 50 43 20 20 20 20 20 20

    GATEWAY = "GATEWASYSTEM "

    HEX: 47 41 54 45 57 41 53 59 53 54 45 4D 20 20

    HP = "HPQOEMSLIC-MPC"

    HEX: 48 50 51 4F 45 4D 53 4C 49 43 2D 4D 50 43

    LENOVO = "LENOVOTC-2P "

    HEX: 4C 45 4E 4F 56 4F 54 53 2D 32 50 20 20 20

    MEDION = "MEDIONMEDIONAG"

    HEX: 4D 45 44 49 4F 4E 4D 45 44 49 4F 4E 41 47

    NEC = "NEC ND000146"

    HEX: 4E 45 43 20 20 20 4E 44 30 30 30 31 34 36

    NEC = "NEC ND000147"

    HEX: 4E 45 43 20 20 20 4E 44 30 30 30 31 34 37

    SONY = "Sony VAIO "

    HEX: 53 6F 6E 79 00 00 56 41 49 4F 00 00 00 00

    SOTEC = "SOTEC SOTECDT "

    HEX: 53 4F 54 45 43 00 53 4F 54 45 43 44 54 00

    TOSHIBA = "TOSQCITOSQCI00"

    HEX: 54 4F 53 51 43 49 54 4F 53 51 43 49 30 30

  • SRT

    Is there a ASROCK oem id as well?? or can I use it from dell orso??

  • Ar

    Please also note that Sony's SLIC table contains 00's instead of 20's in OEM name part!

  • admin

    Andrew, yes. Actual HEX code is:

    44 45 4C 4C 20 20

    4D 30 37 20 20 20 20 00

    So you can treat it as 4 spaces and 1 blank after M07.

  • Andrew

    Is the Dell OEM ID correct? Counting it out, that's 13 instead of 14 characters…? I am assuming that an additional space (20 in HEX) is required

    Second, I've extracted the SLIC.bin file from the VSTADLR.img file using WinImage (from the softmod-l.iso in the DATA directory) and loaded it up in WinHEX, and noted that there are two places where "_ASUS_Notebook" is located. I am assuming that if these are simply replaced with any of these other OEM IDs, we can use any of the other OEM digital certificates and serial numbers.

    Any comments?

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  • [fs]

    A few additionals ones:

    MEDION = "MEDIONMEDIONAG"

    SOTEC = "SOTEC SOTECDT " (ONE space after SOTEC, 1 space after SOTECDT)

    DELL = "DELL M07 " (two space after DELL, 4 space after M07 (20 in 16-bit HEX code, not 00 which is blank))

    NEC = "NEC ND000146" (three space after NEC (20 in 16-bit HEX code, not 00 which is blank)

  • Andrew

    Is there a Dell OEM ID as well?