60GB: Abit BX20

BIOS update, EIDE card, or overlay software? (FAQ Hard disk recognition)
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i visited http://wims.rainbow-software.org for that bx20 bios fix but the zip file seems to be damaged somehow? i got some error message that said something about the package being damaged somehow. my OS is in finnish so i cannot exactly translate the error message. i tried to unzip the file by windows xp´s automatic unzipper. help would be greatly appreciated.

update: tried to unzip the file in DOS also by pkunzip. didn't work, got an error message that suggested me to try pkzipfix.
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@phoboz: try downloading again. Sometimes the download is bad, which is why we put it in .zip which provides an integrity check.
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oh yes, my problems seem to be caused by incomplete download. something is wrong along the way to my computer and i haven't been able to fully download the file yet. let's keep on trying...

[no success yet. isn't there any alternative sources where i could get that file?]
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Use download manager - usually no problem with them downloading a file
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Host.sk is free web service - the server is sometimes overloaded so it drops the connection in the middle of download. GetRight or something like that will help.
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