flashing bios

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  1. boby

    boby New Member

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    Hay
    I wanna flash my bios.My motherboard is from company EAGLETECH and is 810LMR type.It's on SiS 730 chipset and has AMI bios.From this site i d/l flashutlity and bios.EAGLETEC

    Can some one give me the exact instruction how to flash bios for my MB.Does anybody have the same motherboard?
     
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    uf4 Always newbie & cocky kid

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    okay your call on..

    they all about the same. heres yours..
    ---i wud say. do it ONLY if you at least know (dont have to be for sure but not just think) it'll FIX something! so i wud suggest you to check the update lists 1st. also dont forget to backup your old bios 1st there shud be an option on that utility.--- good luck.

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    thanx man :)
     
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    uf4 Always newbie & cocky kid

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    just dont hit that k/b too hard man :) good luck

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    Re:

    what's k/b???
     
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    Another way to flash an AMI Bios is change the bios file extention into a .rom file, and do a BOOTBLOCK.

    Steps
    1> d/l the the ami bios flash for your M/B
    2> extract the the the files from the zip, to your floppy
    3> delete the flash utility
    4> rename the the bios file to AMIBOOT.ROM
    5> shut down comp, and place floopy into the drive
    6> hold down the the control and home keys ( together ), and turn on comp
    7> you will hear one beep, release the keys ( together )
    8> wait till you hear 4 beeps, ( the flash has taken )
    9> remove the the floppy, and power down , or hit reset
    10> hit delete hit during the post to enter bios setup & set your bios to your prefered settings
     
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    on which M/B did u try this procedure??
     

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