Well you can try cross flashing a BIOS from another M2N32 mobo, which is what I did, I used the BIOS for the M2n32SLI Premium moo for my M2N32SLI Deluxe mobo, you'll need to use awdflash to flash the BIOS and as its a BIOS for a different model mobo you'll need to use a certain cmd instrcution to run awdflash to flash the BIOS.
This is of course all done at your own risk....I decided to take the risk myself and it worked out for me.
At the cmd prompt, you'll need to use the following line where xxxx.bin is the name of the BIOS file.
awdflash xxxx.bin /py /sn /f
you'll need to make sure that you have the awdflash utility and also the BIOS file on the same media, i.e. floppy disk, you'll probably nmot have neough room on a single floppy formatted as a startup disk, to have the BIOS file and awdflash util as well, so the way I do it is to restart the PC with a startup floppy, then once the cmd prompt appears remove the startup disk and insert a floppy which has awdflash and the BIOS file on it then use the line above to run the flashing process.
AGAIN AS I SAID EARLIER THIS IS DONE AT YOUR OWN RISK, AND ALSO MAKE SURE TO BACK UP YOUR ORIGINAL BIOS FIRST OR HAVE A COPY AVAIALBEL IN CASE YOU NEED TO RESTORE THE ORIGINAL BIOS.
Hope it helps....
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