After I update my BIOS, my computer does not boot even nothing appears on screen, I suspect that, my BIOS is corrupted and have to update it.
There is a way to do this. Find a computer that runs the same board, while the computer is running, remove its BIOS, and insert the corrupted BIOS, and update it. remove the updated BIOS and insert it to your board. (is that right. i m not sure )
Now my question: My corrupted BIOS (a Phonix BIOS) belongs to ABIT KT7E (which is AMD compatible), and the one thats going to be used while updating is an Intel (Celeron compatible) board. Is it possible to make such an update?
I hope I could express what I want to.
Last edited by Galland; 10-09-2001 at 06:46 PM.
Mod w/ an attitude
The second working computer does not have to be the same motherboard, but the BIOS chip deos have to be the same.
I flash updated an ABIT BP-6 BIOS in an ABIT BX-6 motherboard after a bad flash left me dead. After a successful hot flash in the other machine I was back in business in about 30 mins.
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