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SATA is not enabled in bios.

My EX661L (socket 478) has two SATA ports on the motherboard.  However, SATA is not supported in the bios.  I've read that if you force flash the bios with firmware from the EX661 (no L), then SATA will be enabled.  I tried doing that using Uniflash but I got an error when it tried to verify the flash.  After rebooting it turned out that the bios was not flashed with the new firmware anyway.  Is there a way I can force flash the bios that actually works?  I've scoured the net but there's very little information other than people telling me to use Uniflash.  Thanks!

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The flash files were probably corrupted when downloading them, download the correct bios update from the computer support website and try to flash the bios again
hope this helps 
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