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Thread: HOT Flash on a SOLDERED Bios chip.

  1. #26
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    Thanks for the file.
    I will post in the subforum with that indication.

    this will help since the aproval of the new law regarding the warratys period
    in portugal.

  2. #27
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    Why not buy a few sockets then and solder them on while you have the BIOS chip removed...

    http://www.larsenassociates.com/Chup...DataSheet.html

    Btw, has anyone yet found schematics for a SPI programmer or one that does not cost $300?

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    Thanks

    Thanks very much hipro, Saved a bad p5-b Deluxe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DX_Medic View Post
    Thanks very much hipro, Saved a bad p5-b Deluxe.
    Ha.......This notification about this thread, just came.......

    You're welcome M8.....
    INTEL PWA FOR EVER

    Dr. Who my arss...

    .........



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    Hello community,as i have written to a post of mine it is indeed possible to hotflash and bios chip with flashrom using of course a working mobo with a physical identical bios socket.All you need it a supported mobo by the flashrom utility and ofcourse flashrom on linux.This way, i have successfully hot flashed the 4way arima quad (mcp55) bios on an Iwill ZMAXDP(nforce3),acer x3450 bios chip on asrock 880g ,etc etc.Always respect to hipro5 whose photos are from a Greek hardware reseller bythe way,PLAISIO.
    http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...43#post5220643

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