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Can I change my BIOS for another type?

I've got Pheonix V4.0 / 6.0 and it's driven me nuts trying to sort out a boot-up hang and inability to resolve floppy options problem (I've no floppy drive but BIOS seems to think I have and even tho' I disabled all floppy options including controller the system still hangs at boot-up with "Press F1 to continue or press F2 to enter setup", and when it is booted into o/s XP finds a new device (floppy controller) and installs it, but the installation isn't good (floppy is disabled in BIOS remember) and so shows in device manager as "having problems".

I wonder if I can replace this cruddy BIOS with AWARD or something else that might work?

Mobo is Intel Seattle SE440BX.
CPU Type Intel Pentium II, 350 MHz (3.5 x 100)
System BIOS Date 10/05/98

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I don't know that particular thin client workstation but from the sound of it. it's very similar to others I have worked with. I suspect that some configuration data has got corrupted. There is normally a way to reset the terminal to the factory default - I would suggest you try that & then set it up again. It's a nuisance but I often used to find that was the only way to deal with this kind of problem. To reset it this way: There is often a small button on the back of the device which you keep pressed in whilst powering it on; if not you'll need to check the manual.

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