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Location of bios chip on dell Inspiron 1764


The BIOS chip is soldered onto the motherboard. It is about a 1/2" square chip. The below link is the Dell Inspiron 1764 Service Manual from Dell for the Inspiron 1764. It is in PDF format (Adobe Reader online file, and downloadable).

http://downloads.dell.com/Manuals/all-products/esuprt_laptop/esuprt_inspiron_laptop/inspiron-1764_service%20manual_en-us.pdf

Opens in Adobe Reader so make sure you have the program already installed, or download and install Adobe Reader from www.adobe.com first.

Once the Service manual is opened. Go to the: System board section. Then scroll down to Replacing the Coin-Cell Battery Click on the link...That is the BIOS chip battery. The actual BIOS chip is not a removable chip on that particular motherboard, but a soldered in place chip located on the opposite side (surface of the motherboard) right near that coin-cell battery location. That chip may be reflashed w/ the latest BIOS by downloading the latest BIOS.bin file avail. from DELL at the following Drivers link.
http://www.dell.com/support/home/us/en/04/product-support/product/inspiron-1764/research
Choose Drivers and Downloads from the left>Choose the installed OS Version first>Then choose BIOS from the list. The following choices are there; (only 1 version of OS avail. without the actual Service Tag # appears; Win 7 (64 bit OS)).

Windows 7 64 Bit>Latest BIOS file version is A13 (Released 06 Apr 2011) If that matches your OS (Go to Start>Control Panel>System>General Tab and look for Windows 7 and 64 bit as the type of OS installed, you can also download Belarc Advisor from www.belarc.com and install and run it, allow the hardware and software inventory to load (print out the inventory) if possible, on the right near the top the System board info and currently installed BIOS info will show on the inventory along w/ everything else about that current laptop setup), if so, and Win 7 64 bit shows and the BIOS version is anything less than A13 (a smaller # like A6 or A11...then you need to update the BIOS to the A13 flash), is listed, go download from dell the A13 file, and install to flash the BIOS to the A13 latest BIOS version released. Then delete that downloaded file. You only need to flash it once.

Or go to:
www.dell.com Choose Support>Look on the bottom of the laptop for Service Tag: Number or Tag: and enter the # printed there usually a short combo of letters and #'s. Or you can have it scan for the tag # by installing the provided program. Then once you are at the Inspiron 1764 location>Enter your Operating System Version or flavor installed>Choose Drivers. In the Drivers section choose BIOS, and look for the highest BIOS Version Number and latest file date created.

IF THE MOTHERBOARD will not boot to the BIOS setup Screen (Motherboard BIOS is BRICKED or DOORSTOPPED=Corrupted BIOS, usually caused by incorrect flashing w/ the wrong file, or an inturrupted flashing...Though, sometimes just a dead motherboard BIOS coin-battery type battery replacement, and re-flashing with the latest file will cure the issue though).

And should a new preprogrammed BIOS chip be required to UNBRICK THE MOBO, for the Inspiron 1764. One can be purchased on ebay at the following link, but should only be installed by a VERY qualified technician. (Notice it says on their pic....New chip to be soldered on board). That takes skill to properly handle, desolder and resolder the chip properly. DELL and others can also reflash bricked BIOS CHIPS. Chips that were flashed incorrectly turning the motherboard into the dreaded doorstop.

But if the BIOS setup is reachable (the computer will start and boot to at least the BIOS Setup screen...Usually F2 or F10 or Delete keys. Just watch the screen on boot up, choose the BIOS Setup or Setup key combo listed). If so, (you can get to Setup, then the BIOS Chip is not bricked, corrupted, damaged, or doostopped), In that case, just go download the latest BIOS Version .bin file from the above Dell Drivers Link for your OS version, and go into Windows and double click the file w/ the power adapter plugged in and all other programs closed...follow the instructions, and do not interrupt the BIOS Flashing process (very IMPORTANT!) The computer will simply restart after the BIOS flashing is completed...You may have to go back to setup after it restarts and load default settings if it does not load Windows after the flash, then restart again.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/BIOS-CHIP-DELL-INSPIRON-1764-/400663668014?pt=US_Motherboard_Components&hash=item5d496a652e#ht_928wt_1182

Good Luck!

Sep 29, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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Do you have bios flash file (bin file)?


http://www.lg.com/lgecs.downloadFile.ldwf?DOC_ID=KRSWD000003451&ORIGINAL_NAME_b1_a1=UL1F3G41_UI.zip&FILE_NAME=KRSWD000003451-b1-a2.zip&TC=DwnCmd


DOWN LOAD BIOS FILE EXTRACT ZIP FILE AND INSIDE EXTRACT EXE FILE WITH WIN RAR AND RENAME UL1IA32.FB FILE AS UL1IA32.BIN
IT IS BIOS BIN FILE

May 05, 2014 | LG X130 Netbook

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Where can i get bios "bin" file for my laptop,dell inspiron 15r 5520


Normally, .bin files of BIOS are not published for public on websites. Contact a chiplevel technician. BIOS.BIN files are the asset of a technician. So you may need to pay.

Feb 16, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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Manually flashing a Dell XPS 1330..


Ok when you use the BIOS software to re-flash the BIOS THAT file will already be BINARY code. You make a bootable disc, on this disc you have the BIOS Reader/Flasher, and the Binary file to be Flashed. Now you boot up on the disc. When at the prompt, you type in the name of the Flasher, and the binary file name & press enter, if all OK the software wil address the BIOS and re-flash it with the new data. when finished you will reboot and now, hopefully you are back. The BIOS file will be available from DELL's web site usually where the Driver downloads are ... or you could go here I found it for you. http://support.dell.com/support/downloads/download.aspx?c=us&cs=19&l=en&s=dhs&releaseid=R178150&SystemID=XPS_M1330&servicetag=&os=WLH&osl=en&deviceid=14178&devlib=0&typecnt=0&vercnt=4&catid=-1&impid=-1&formatcnt=1&libid=1&fileid=242504
Also on that page there is exact installation instructions too. GL

Feb 18, 2010 | Dell XPS M1330 Notebook

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Bad Bios upgrade on Dell M1330


If you cannot start the laptop, you cannot flash the BIOS. You can ship the unit to me, and I'll recover the BIOS. You can email me at buffalonymann@yahoo.com

Nov 02, 2009 | Dell XPS M1330 Laptop

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I want bios driver (bin file) for my intel destop board d915gav/d915pgn


The BIOS bin file is a BIOS upgrade file. It is used to flash the BIOS to upgrade the BIOS version.
This file is has to be downloaded from the motherboard manufacturer's WEB site.

Jul 24, 2009 | Intel D915GAV Motherboard

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Pcsx2 software


This is because you're using either A.) The wrong bios file for ps2 emulation ex.SPCH1000.bin (this is a playstation 1 bios) or B.) The bios you (obtained) is corrupted.

Here is a few pieces of info you should note about the bios's in question.

SPCH 30004R V6 (PAL EUR) Bios.bin
Filesize: 4,096kb

SCPH 100000.bin (***)
Filesize: 4,096kb

SCPH 39001.bin (standard US)
Filesize: 4,096kb

As you can see they adhere to a certain file size. All of the above bios's can be located by using google or by using bittorrent sites like this one .::HERE::.

Final Note: You're really at the mercy of the person who made the bios file as to whether or not he did it correctly. As you can see by the info I posted above and untampered bios will be 4,096kb in size. This does not mean that a file larger or smaller will not work. I'm just stating what the norm is. Also note that a PS1 bios file will not work in the PS2 emulator, and for that reason it will not play playstation 1 games at all. (or so the creator of PCSX2 says)

Jul 10, 2008 | Sony PlayStation 2 (PS2) Console

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