If you don't find what you're looking for, please stick to the following request form: -Motherboard Manufacturer and Model : -Bios Revision : -Bios Type : -Bios SLIC : -Bios Link : -Rw-everything report. How to is found at : http://forums.mydigitallife.info/threads/29789 Insyde Recovery INSYDE BIOS RECOVERY METHOD added 28/11/2009 http://forums.mydigitallife.info/showthread.php?t=13095 Example: The DV7T-1000 bios originally bricked my laptop. Turns out the "auto detect" feature will flash the wrong bios (because there are three in the file). Just FYI, most insyde bios have a secret 'failsafe' to recover from a bad bios flash. -get the proper .FD file for your notebook, rename it to the first 4 digits and .BIN (ie: 30F3F2C.FD would become 30F3.BIN) -put newly named bin file on a fat16 or fat32 USB stick, plug it in the notebook -unplug notebook -remove battery -unit should be off, press and hold windows key and B -plug in AC power while holding those buttons -turn on notebook, let go of all buttons once LED lights come on -the notebook will beep every second, as it searches for the .bin file -if its filename matches your systems motherboard code, it will flash, and reboot -all is fixed To obtain the right name for your EFI just open it with andy's tool.