Im sorry for jumping into a subject late but I would like to put my $.02 in on this.
If you are looking into doing a BIOS mod of ANY SORT and feel you have the technical competence to complete such a task you should already know the risks associated with it. But the good people who provided this BIOS mod &/or directions realized that there will be some who do not have the know how or will not follow the directions correctly and that there is a VERY SMALL chance of negative outcomes even if done correctly with ANY BIOS FLASH. Because they realized this they provided a VERY CLEAR STATEMENT warning of the possibility of a destroyed/bricked system. How much more of a stern or "specific" warning is needed?
"Thank you for your help but I am pretty sure I don't make mistakes"
I don't know about you but I consider talking about RMA'ing a HP Microserver that you bricked/destroyed by installing a after market unsupported BIOS mod in a public forum that HP employees probably look into now & then a pretty big mistake. Especially after the generic warning informs about voiding your warranty as well.
I am not running this BIOS mod on my Microserver but I am VERY thankful to the developers, hackers, fourm members, and everyone else that spends their time making, distributing, and providing tech support/assistance for this (and ANY) good mod out there. The amount of failed/bricked flashes is TINY compared to the successful ones & I would dare to say that almost all are user error of some sort.
More then anything I don't want to see people that could benefit from mods such as this scared away.