Re: P3B-F jumper settings for upgrading bios-help!

Re: P3B-F jumper settings for upgrading bios-help!


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Posted by Vlada on September 17, 2001 at 07:02:58:

In Reply to: Re: P3B-F jumper settings for upgrading bios-help! posted by Henry on September 16, 2001 at 19:41:27:

: : : : Can somebody tell me,is there a jumper for bios upgrade on this mainboard or not?I have a PnP bios ver.1003 on board but when I try to upgrade it with ahlash it doesn't work.
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: : : Not enough information. You should look for your BIOS update instructions in your mainboard manual or at the mainboard maker's web site. You need to know your mainboard maker, your mainboard model and its hardware version. Sugggest that you follow the motherboard ID article at:
: : : http://www.pcnineoneone.com

: : : Good Hunting,
: : : Henry

: : Hi Henry.Thank you for reply on my question.My motherboard maker is ASUS and mainboard model is P3B-F.I have downloaded a mainboard manual from a maker's site,but there is nothing about jumper setting for flushing bios.I'v been on some other sites related on this problem,but couldn't find nothing.Please help me if there is a solution for this problem or I must flush my bios in eepromprogrammator?
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: We have about reached my limit on this one. ASUS should provide some instructions; there may not be special jumper settings. Suggest that you e-mail ASUS for instructions and also check out their support page at:
: http://www.asus.com/company/support.html

: Sometimes mainboard makers use BIOS chips that can't be flashed - those chip part numbers usually begin with 27 - peel back the label on the BIOS chip. If the chip has a window it cannot be flashed either.

: If necessary you can get your chip reprogrammed at:
: http://www.badflash.com [USA]
: or:
: http://www.flashbios.org/ [Europe]
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: Hope this helps, not much more I can do to help.

: Henry

Thank's,I'll try to contact them.My regards.




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