Thread: 8rda help
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Old 7th March, 2003, 04:20 AM
flaamer flaamer is offline
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If in fact your bios is corrupted, his chip will boot your system up. Once powered up, remove his chip (helps to only fit it in loosely for easy removal) and replace with your old chip, then you should be able to flash to a bios of your choice. Just be careful working with the motherboard powered as to not short anything out while removing/replacing the chip.

For more info just google "hot flash bios".

Good luck.
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