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Created On: 06/20/2011 06:20 AM
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 06/20/2011 06:20 AM
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Thing
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Hi all

My mobo PcChips 810LRM Athlon Xp 2200 Mobile 1 gb ram in two banks of
512mb.


I try flashing bios with 030308s.rom with aminf339, but the plcc32 bios chip
don't have disable port usb, and flashing do bad.

I try other, but do not result.

How to utility or method for erase chip bios plcc32?


Thanks

Regards
 06/24/2011 11:53 AM
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sgtfoo
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If you have your original ROM backed up, you could go back to it. I wouldn't suggest erasing and leaving your BIOS chip empty. You should always have a BIOS flashed.

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 08/30/2011 02:07 AM
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paulanderson
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First of all, let's get into the basics. What is the BIOS and why should you flash it? Let me explain. It's the acronym for Basic Input/Output System. It's one of the most crucial components on a motherboard. It determines and tells your computer what it can do without accessing any other files or programs from your storage; it acts like simple software. This includes how to control your keyboard, communicate with your processor, send/receive video signals to/from your monitor, and recognize your components (hard drives, optical drives, USB devices, serial ports and so on). If this makes sense then you understand that without the BIOS a computer would not boot at all (no POST); neither will it boot with a defective/corrupted BIOS.
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