To recover your motherboard bios and bring it back to life, you will need this following things:
1. Floppy Drive
: It is needed to load the Boot Disk and the new BIOS update.
2. Boot Floppy
: It is needed to load the basic operating system, preferably MS DOS.
3. ISA Video Card
: Optional, but can simply the recovery process.
A startup disk can be automatically built from the Add/Remove Programs
applet within the control panel. The boot disk is a vital part of this
guide, though users with WinNT/2K will need to build this boot disk
from a system running MS-DOS or Win9x/ME.
You can obtain it also from this website: www.Bootdisk.com
Be sure to copy all needed BIOS utilities and update/backup files used during the original flash process to this disk as well.
After making the boot disk, delete the config.sys and autoexec.bat in the boot disk. It can be found in the disk primary directory path.
Create your own autoexec,bat. Using a notepad, build the autoexec.bat file by putting all the command lines in flashing a BIOS.
The approach for using flash utility from
AMI or Phoenix is similar, but be sure to read the provided help
information about each command line option before building the
autoexec.bat entry. Create the text command entry, and then save to the
file "autoexec.bat" in drive A: . This will load the command at floppy
boot time, regardless of whether an ISA video card is available.