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Motherboard tattoo is a unique code that can be written in the bios of the motherboard, I beleave this code can be changed, removed or added by first extracting the full bios of the motherboard and useing a hex editor to manipulate the information. This modifyed bios can then be flashed back into the motherboard bios chip.
This is a advanced process and I would recommend agains doing it - there is a chance of rendering the motherboard bios useless and if you don't have the hardware required to hot flash the bios back you might have to take the motherboard in for service or replace it as warranty is void when you do this.
If you still wish todo this you now know the basic process you will have to figure out how to extract a bios, how to use a hex editor and how to flash a bios. There may be easyer ways to do this.
Posted on Jun 12, 2008
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