All bioses since 2000year should support the "big"-disks initially.
The "known" companies - since one summer of 1999.
To tell the truth, some, everything, had a 65G-problem.
KachiWachi, in a message, wrote:Since you have a copy of apple_rom's tool, could you try it on my BIOS and see what happens? I haven't been able to find out where on his site he keeps it, and would just be interested in what the results would be..So I did: here's the result:
apple_rom wrote:>Not free space in BIOS!******** 2a59gd4b.bin BIOS component ********
Check for "free space" in bios manually (with "cbrom/d file.bin") and release "not-using" parts...
NickS I wasn't sure about the NCR - I thought in some BIOSes the NCR module is used for ATA drives.
apple_rom ONLY if you have NCR-SCSI-adaptor without onboard-BIOS.
apple_rom wrote:>So now what are the other two modules for...modul.tmp and start.tmp
It also is result of work of the program. (i.e. NOTHING changes, and these modules ARE ONLY ADDED)
modul.tmp is the file containing all changes.
start.tmp is a starting modul.
KachiWachi wrote:NickS - could you also send a copy to BIOSMan for his evaluation, as he has spent considerable time on this project...Thanks!!Aww, c'mon! I bet you've got that mail I sent you in your mailbox and all you have to do is forward it to an address you probably know off by heart. It's less work for you and I don't mind.
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