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But I still got the same problems. Posts 553 RE: bios problem Flash copies only work if you've got an uncorrupted BIOS chip.IE the mobo must be able to boot to a floppy disc,which holds the new BIOS felinusz12-15-03, 04:18 PMI did the same thing with my old ASUS A7N8X-Deluxe 2.0 board - this is a great trick (Hoot - I will take one of those BIOS chips as like read only chip ? this contact form

Ths BIOS corruptions mostly occured while overclocking memory and FSB above 200. A super small jewelers screwdriver will work as well. One of the changes is the support for the Socket 479 Adapter, so that you can now use Pentium Mobiles on this board too. Freddy05-18-2005, 02:15 PMStill no help from Asus, it's seem that they didn't care at all,I know that feeling... :| Is that possible to get bios chip from other board and reflash

The Biosavior can however reprogram a corrupted chip,so you run with one "in service" BIOS,and a "safe" one electrically isolated from your motherboard as backup. Is it possible that the chip is protected ? UnLoadeD12-18-03, 01:48 PMHoot, did ya get my PM? Normally you should be able to get help from the dealer where you bought the board - although it might cost you a few dollars.

Also, it will be faster to get up and running again after a bad flash because you already have the replacement programmed. take over. A pre-programmed BIOS chip can accomplish the same goal (with a little more work but a fraction of the price) - rp Reply With Quote 03-23-2004,07:59 PM #18 psychoyo View Profile So you guys think the 1016 it the best?

Did you use the version that is in this BIOS v1021 file (ftp://ftp.asuscom.de/pub/ASUSCOM/BIOS/Socket_478/INTEL_Chipset/i875p/P4C800-E_Deluxe/1021ed.zip) together with the ROM file itself? reading file"p4c800ed.rom" completed. Help me pleaseeee :beat: :beat: :beat: Freddy05-15-2005, 05:01 AMWell, since even the same BIOS v1020b1 can not be flashed anymore, I am beginning to fear that you were right when you You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed.

And the type you would need is: RD1-PMC4. felinusz12-16-03, 02:40 PMWhy don't you post an Advertisement HERE (http://www.ocforums.com/vb/forumdisplay.php?s=&daysprune=&forumid=33) or, HERE (http://www.ocforums.com/vb/forumdisplay.php?s=&daysprune=&forumid=67) So that the hundreds of people who use this forum can see what you are selling? :) Hoot12-17-03, But: It will help you recover many times without having to do a hot flash. If it does not, I am afraid the only thing you can do is to order either a new BIOS chip from ASUS, or maybe even better, a preprogrammed BIOS Savior

  1. geni05-15-2005, 06:51 AMYep .
  2. you want to go through with hot swapping, THEN...
  3. For now, it's nice to be able to play with odd overclocks and not have to be concerned about possibly screwing up the flash.
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i was looking for the biostar in ur sig but thats a via chipset. Mike theonlybabyface04-02-2005, 04:21 PMWorks fine for me and it boots much faster now!!! Freddy05-13-2005, 04:21 PMFirst, please check that your download is correct: download it again and see if there is any difference! Also for more goodies visit this site ------> #3 CurtCold, Feb 21, 2003 mcast12 Junior Member Joined: Feb 21, 2003 Messages: 8 Likes Received: 0 Thanks for the reply!

The device itself is small and works along side your standard ROM chip. weblink I don't know if that is interesting in other forums too..... Can you tell me the manuufacturer/model number/etc? As could of been expected the system didn't boot, a nice black screen took a step forward and situated itself on our monitor.

I need to get the bios chip replaced ? :beat: :beat: I am afraid so... :( Of course you can ask ASUS first, if they know something I do not... Posts 6,152 RE: bios problem Hi Noel, Welcome to the world of Train-sim. If the bios is the problem, I think you'll still have the problem even with taking the battery out, because it's the same bios that you've just flashed. http://olivettipc.com/problems-with/problems-with-ie-6.html So what AFUDOS versions have you used so far?

This web site is for you if you are interested in railway simulations. The version I got is the 4mb/512kb PLCC version that is meant to fit PLCC motherboard BIOS sockets. Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.3 Copyright © 2017 vBulletin Solutions, Inc.

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Installation: The first thing is to remove the motherboard's ROM chip so we may insert the BIOS Savior into the socket. I will recieved my gigabyte bios chip by tommorrow, is that anything that I should take care before I do the hot swaping ? I tried clearing the cmos by removing the battery turning power off etc but still nothing. Once this is all firmly in place it's vital to allign pin 1 of the BIOS Savior with the ROM chip we've just removed from the board.

It would be nice if somebody offered backups at more reasonable price than $30. Help Recover Password Site Map Sign-Up Help Contact Us Forum Microsoft Train Simulator Microsoft Train Simulator bios problem If this is your first visit, welcome to TrainSim.Com! Unless getting up and bending over to the rear of your case to amend the DIP switch's position each time is a demanding task, the BIOS Savior could not be an his comment is here peace.

Here we look at the RD1-2M model for 32pin DIP 2MBit systems. What we can say for sure is that it can save a migraine should you be keen on adventuring down the path of changing your BIOS often. Advanced Search Register Help Home Articles Reviews Features How To... Put in a brand new board and it seems sluggish.

In Use: Two is always better than one the story goes, so now you can have not one BIOS but two or more (some BIOS Savior models allow to be stacked