80GB: i440BX-ITE867-2A69KH2BC-00

BIOS update, EIDE card, or overlay software? (FAQ Hard disk recognition)
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jensa
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I need to find my 80G harddrive,

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Looks like Shuttle HOT-661. See what's printed on the board (including PCB version). There are patched BIOSes for v1.1&v2.0 and for v3.1 at http://wims.rainbow-software.org/.
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jensa wrote:I need to find my 80G harddrive,

/ jens

There is no text on my motherboard, but I have run some programs to specify what card I have. But I cant find any bios.
this is the data I have:

Award Modular BIOS v4.51PGM
07/13/1999-i440BX-ITE867-2A69KH2BC-00
(BN750151) Intel i440BX PCIset(TM)
Intel 440BX/ZX rev 3
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This "(BN750151)" looks weird - is it some OEM board in a "brand-name" computer?
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> I didn't get far on the model (BN750151) Sandra reported, so I went
> inside the case and found 661V31 printed near the ISA-slot. This
> should be model 661, pcm version 3.1. So, the best match in the list
> on the page linked above is HOT-661 (V 3.1).
>
Found in a newsgroup posting. Check the entire top surface of the motherboard (open case and look)
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Usually printed into the corner at the last ISA slot
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I believe you have a "Creative" M003 motherboard, that was manufactured by Shuttle--try that bios upgrade, and see what happens.
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blaster wrote:I believe you have a "Creative" M003 motherboard, that was manufactured by Shuttle--try that bios upgrade, and see what happens.
I thought the M003 had M003 in the message, e.g.
02/02/2001-i440BX-ITE867-2A69KH2EC-00
(M003NL47) Intel i440BX PCIset(TM)
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Here's another interesting hit from Google;
01/17/2000-i440BX-ITE867-2A69KH2IC-00
(ab61s01a) Intel i440BX PCIset(TM)

Note 2A69KH2IC
This is the BIOS for a BN750 motherboard at http://www.pioneercomputers.co.uk/pages/downloads.htm but with no further info that could be a Canon Libris BN750 notebook.
I mention this because of the BN750151
It isn't a notebook, is it ?
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edwin wrote:
> I didn't get far on the model (BN750151) Sandra reported, so I went
> inside the case and found 661V31 printed near the ISA-slot. This
> should be model 661, pcm version 3.1. So, the best match in the list
> on the page linked above is HOT-661 (V 3.1).
>
Found in a newsgroup posting. Check the entire top surface of the motherboard (open case and look)
Too bad I can't make text flashing. Hello?
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I didn't say it wasn't an OEM version of the HOT-661 V3.1 - I was just trying to track down what OEM it was.
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I have a creative blaster pc, it can not see detect the 80 gig hard drives. It will go to the autodetect screen or the bios auto add for hard drives and just stop. No further progress is made. Here is my information


Award Modular BIOS v4.51PGM
08/17/2000-i440BX-ITE867-2A69KH2EC-00
(M003BP46) Intel i440BX PCIset

If there is a patch out there, I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks
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http://wims.rainbow-software.org/index. ... 0&count=40

the bios you need is at 'Creative M003'
If you email me include [WIMSBIOS] in the subject.
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