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Phenom II on Gigabyte GA-M57SLI-S4
#11
Sorry I didn't get back, been busy. If you have a backup bios chip we can start hacking away.

TheWiz
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#12
Nope, sorry. They guy who sold me the chip hasn't gotten around to mail it yet :/
I'll get back to you as soon as I receive it.
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#13
KK, standing by. In meanwhile, Ill continue my research, just dont wanna fry ur board.

TheWiz
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#14
Good news. I've got Dual BIOS soldered and running. Meaning I can toggle between both chips with the flip of a switch Big Grin
Hit me with binary goodness Wink
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#15
Dude, that is pretty sweet! Are they both at the same version?
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#16
The original Winbond chip is 0.5 meg, the new one is a Spansion at 2 meg. So size shouldn't be a limit, if it ever was Wink
I can flash them to the same version if you mean that
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#17
Yes, flashing them both the same version would be a good start.

TheWiz
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#18
Alright, I'm ready.
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#19
OK, here's your Christmas present. this one I jsut updated the AGESA code, tos ee if that's all it needs.
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/1525839/Bios/m57sli2cpu.bin
TheWiz
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#20
Thanks!
Since that's what I tried initially aswell, the CPU stays at 800MHz as expected.

Interesting fact though: The USB controller seems to choke once I boot using that BIOS. It doesn't detect any devices. After power cycling the machine, everything is back to normal on both yours and the FHL BIOS. Switching from yours back to FHL does not trigger this bug though. Strange...
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