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Need a bios download for maxdata laptop

Hello there i have a maxdata nb vision 340c laptop when i boot up the laptop it says:

ATI MACH64 SDRAM BIOS 4.151(6133-V02)
Bios cant find the MIFLASH.COM file
Please copy the MIFLASH.COM to disk and press any key to retry.

I have looked on maxdata's website and all over the place cannot seem to rectify this problem can you help me download the files i need or provide them please.

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  • Anonymous Apr 13, 2008

    hi got the same problem with my topline , i cant find the miflash and my laptop also..

    and i try a lot of websites

  • Anonymous May 09, 2008

    ATI MACH64 SDRAM BIOS 4.151(6133-V02)
    Bios cant find the MIFLASH.COM file
    Please copy the MIFLASH.COM to disk and press any key to retry.

  • Anonymous Sep 11, 2008

    i have the same Problem

  • Anonymous Oct 16, 2008

    Ahhh it drives me insane!!

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Remove the rtc battery for about 5min then replace this will reset bios to factory standard.(wont need to flash)
its usually located under the keyboard on mother board it looks like a large watch battery sometimes sealed.(covered)

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