Question about Biostar K8M800-M7A Motherboard
Well, if you can "flash it", you may use an integrated software, who loads the normal BIOS ROM/FLASH from a USB storage (MAximun a 2Gb FAT32 Pendrive), this will depend from the manufacturer. If it is an OLD motherboard, you may go to technotrash shops, buy and crappy old pc, take it BIOS ROMchip and put on the place of you bios chip, but must be the same model, and if you install wrong, something very bad will happen. You must search on the manufacturator's database and the bios creator's database, to find the right way to reprogram or replace it. Remember: on very old Pcs, the BUIOS chip is removible, the most recent PCs, uses flash memories, who can be erased easyly by help of manufacturator software, and reprogramed.
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
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