This is a simple method for recovering from a bad BIOS flash.
1.) Attach a floppy disk to a working computer.
2.) Go to bootdisk.com and create a Windows 98 boot disk. If you have a DOS disk lying around, this will also work.
3.) Delete the config.sys file. If you cannot see this file, make sure that the viewing of both hidden and system files is enabled in your Windows Explorer settings.
4.) If there is no config.sys file on your boot disk, open the file ‘autoexec’ with notepad. Delete anything that is in there and copy and save these lines:
@AWDFLASH BIOSFILE.BIN /cc /py /sn /r
5.) Make sure that, when you save the file, the file extension is .bat, not .txt. Replace ‘BIOSFILE.BIN’ with the name of the modified BIOS image.
6.) Copy awdflash.exe and the modified BIOS image to the floppy disk. Make sure that the Award flasher is named awdflash.exe.
7.) After this, if your computer is booting drives, it should automatically pick up the floppy and reflash the BIOS a second time. You will see floppy activity if all is well.