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Project AM3 Ready ASUS
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This forum is reserved for users who want to become members of Project AM3 Ready ASUS, a project whose goal is to upgrade all ASUS AM2/AM2+ boards to support AM3 proccessors. Please, if you have means of recovery or a spare chip, please sign to become a beta tester. If you simply own an ASUS board, please post here and you will be added as a member in the portal.

http://www.bios-mods.com/forum/misc.php?...Ready-ASUS

Thanks,
TheWiz
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Hey,
pretty cool.
I own a M2N-SLi.
Cheers
Jürgen
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Cheers mate, we are just starting to get the table up to date for all these boards. Are you able to be a tester? If so, I have a release to send to you (you should ahve a spare chip in order to be a tester)

Thanks, and you are now added as a member,
TheWiz
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Hi,
yes i will test the File.
I have a programmer for Bioschips.
Cheers
Jürgen
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(04-07-2010, 12:29 PM)Sunman Wrote: Hi,
yes i will test the File.
I have a programmer for Bioschips.
Cheers
Jürgen

Welcome Jurgen. Good to hear that you have a BIOS (re)programmer. TheWiz is doing his best to AM3 support for many of the M2N-series of ASUS motherboards and the more people who have the ability to recover from beta flashes that have a higher probability of 'black-screening' the better of. Your contributions and testing will be greatly appreciated by the hoards of people out there with M2N boards looking to upgrade to the latest AMD CPU offerings.
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Hello,
Eager to get a Phenom II X4 955BE in my M2N-SLI Deluxe I was unlucky with the bios update.
Black screen and fans on full...
I found another board, supposed to be broken, but this works like new and also updated the bios.
So tomorrow I get myself the X4 955BE.
This leaves me with a perfect board with a broken soldered on bios chip.
Is it wise to replace this with a socket and removable chip?
It would be perfect for testing and hotflashing.
Where to get the chip and socket cheap?!
With kind regards, Sopo
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First off, I need some more info, you may have not destroyed your board yet. First off, what steps did you take to flash, and are you POSITIVE you flashed 1802AM3.BIN. Second, are you positive that is the right model ASUS board.

When you say you found another board, is it also an ASUS?

A lot of the different revs of the ASUS boards were soldered and unsoldered. If you are good with a sodder, you can order the chip @ biosman.com, and I will have to find a place where they sell the sockets. If not, mnany local PC shops can do it. First and foremost though, that BIOS update has worked for many people, so if you can confirm all of the above we will try to recovery your computer. Please read in ur ASUS manual about ASUS Crashfree bios, which is the foirst step to recovery.

Answer the above, and hopefully we can get you back on your feet Big Grin

TheWiz
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and M3A78-EMH HDMI? Sad
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Its being added to our list, Big Grin Thanks for your submission.

TheWiz
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Hi TheWiz,
the M2N-SLi has a different Size of Bios than the M2N-SLi-Deluxe!
The M2N-Sli use 1.048.576 Bytes and M2N-SLi-Deluxe use 524.288 Bytes.
Cheers
Jürgen
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