such things are just why I prefer a socketed bios chip
then you are always on the safe side, all the gamer boards have a problem, their bios chips are soldered , it would be hard to replace these after the waranty heh and I had a very bad experience in that sector and now using 2P setups for my Vid to HD DivX converting to real time flight simulations everything goes alot better faster and much more stable.
Anyways use a PLCC Bios extractor tool to remove the bios chip. these things can evade damage to the chip it's self, just an advice there, I have met lads that used a screw driver and their results weren't so bright.
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