Question about Acer Aspire™ T180 PC Desktop
Use this link http://files.getdropbox.com/u/747181/FLASHCD%20ACER%20T180%20R01-B4.ISO
Thats a bootable cd image that i made containing the latest bios for your board (R01-B4) and a flash utility. This bios has been modified to include overclocking options and extra features which are not in the standard bios!
Burn this image to a cd and boot into the DOS Prompt. At the prompt type the following
awdflash.exe 61AO427.bin /py /sn /cc /r
wait for it to finish reflashing the bios , then eject the disc and restart.
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Posted on Jul 02, 2009
You have flashed the Bios without disabling the Boot Block option in the BIOS and or turned the power on after flashing and not replacing the clear CMOS jumpers to their correct 2-3 position. The machine will never start again unless you externally reflash the BIOS chip ( unlikely without the EEPROM burner to do so...or you can contact Jack at BadFlash.com and he can send you a replacement for just under 30 bucks. In a few days the machine will be running quite well.
Posted on Feb 12, 2010
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