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Old 6th January, 2004, 02:36 AM
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Originally Posted by Áedán
Otherwise you might need a new BIOS chip, or to hotflash your existing BIOS to recover the corrupted parameters in the BIOS chip itself.
I have a old Athlon 1.4ghz. But it won't do anything with that in.
What would you suggest is the safest option?

If I wanted to Hotflash it where's the best place to read up about it first. I'm fairly experienced user so I think I can handle doing a hotflash if I have some documentation. Although it sounds fairly straight forward I don't want to ruin another board.

Just reading about it, hotflashing. I've got a Nforce2 ABit NF7 mobo. Could I get away with doing a hotflash by putting the faulty chip in that motherboard?

thanks for your help.
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