1. Does it find any string - e.g. 'ACPI' - if not are you running from MS-DOS or FreeDOS (does not work under XP/Vista/7/SVR2K8!)?
2. Can you find any part of the MAC address? - e.g. two bytes AA BB and also BB AA (reverse the order)
1. It didn't find any strings, no ACPI found. I am running MS-DOS sir (Windows 98[Version 4.10.2222), booted from USB flash drive.
2. No part of MAC found sir.
Here is the exact message after I ran the command:
a:\>SCANBIOH 0x70 0xf3 0x95 0x3f 0x0c 0xb0 SCANBIOH - Search for strings in BIOS MEMORY v1.00 (c)2011 RM plc 09.06.2011 LOOKING FOR: 70F3953F0CB0 ERROR - STRING NOT FOUND - ERRORLEVEL =1