Project AM3 Ready ASUS
11-29-2010, 12:47 PM (This post was last modified: 11-29-2010 12:52 PM by sopo.)
| RE: Project AM3 Ready ASUS |
It's just like flashing your onboard chip. Only after booting bios is not nesecary anymore and you can carefully change the bios chip.
Now you can flash another empty or wrongly flashed chip. With this chip you can boot after the flash has worked. So you have 2 working chips now.
You can do it either with usb or floppy or CD. Anything that boots to dos. Then you use the flashing utility to flash the bios. When in dos you can change the chip.
Building a bootdisk in windows? Formating a floppy as ms-dos startup disk.
Then use these files to make another medium bootable.
Remember, google is your best friend too in these matters!
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