I found Uniflash_v1.40 at its homepage:http://www.rainbow-software.org/uniflash/
I didn't know there was a newer version (1.47), until I logged into this forum.
Here's the story.
I started a business with four other guys when 98SE was the newest version
of Windows. Only one of us was an expert programmer. He created an amazing
customized version of 98SE with icons, logos, and apps just for our business.
I saved a copy of this system buy creating a script that stripped out any driver that
wasn't related to Microsoft. The system was moved to an IBM ThinkPad. After
installing the drivers for this laptop, and updating the bios and embedded controller
everything looked very good!
I've got a script that runs from autoexec.bat. It adds and deletes various registry
keys which keeps the system running smoothly.
There is a problem that I thought Uniflash might resolve.
I created a cmos backup with Uniflash, and added CMOSR (restore backup) to
autoexec.bat. Something strange is happening. After four or five bootups Uniflash
tells me it cannot open the backup file. I thought the file might be corrupted after
several bootups, so I put a copy in C:\CMOSSE~1 [CmosSettings]. The old backup
is deleted at each bootup, and a fresh backup file takes its place. If anything, the
problem got worse.
Maybe Uniflash_v1.40 doesn't like autoexec.bat!
Can someone tell me what's going on, and is there a solution?