i flashed wrong bios

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prabu001
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help me plz.i have flashed my board with a rong bios.now system is not booting.i didnt have my backup of my bios.plz help me.reply me soon. :(
my m/b manifacture and bios id is given below
KOB ZX S370
03/01/1999-i440ZX-ITE-2A69KSMIC-00
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NickS
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Do you know what manufacturer and model your board is ?
Exactly what does your board do now ?
Have you read the FAQs #9 and #27 at the Wim's BIOS main site ?
NickS
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NickS wrote:(moved topic to correct forum)
Exactly what does your board do now ?
Have you read the FAQs #9 and #27 at the Wim's BIOS main site ?
Please answer the questions. As for manufacturer and model, if you read the FAQ on identifying your board, the "SM" sounds like SanLi/Superpower who are now out of business. However, the message "KOB ZX S370" is a Kobian type message, see http://www.kobian.com - but it is not on their website.

Are these the BIOS ID and message from before or after flashing ?
prabu001
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yes i have read the faq of #9 & #27 but ,now i need to reflash my bios using uniflash software.whether it will be possible to bring my bios to old state.but while flasing i have not backuped my bios.and so it is possible i can retrive my bios to old state or at least to a working state.
i have seached kobian.com but it have not helped me.


NickS wrote:
NickS wrote:(moved topic to correct forum)
Exactly what does your board do now ?
Have you read the FAQs #9 and #27 at the Wim's BIOS main site ?
Please answer the questions. As for manufacturer and model, if you read the FAQ on identifying your board, the "SM" sounds like SanLi/Superpower who are now out of business. However, the message "KOB ZX S370" is a Kobian type message, see http://www.kobian.com - but it is not on their website.

Are these the BIOS ID and message from before or after flashing ?
edwin
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KOB ZX ATX:
03/02/1999-i440ZX-ALI513-2A69KPNDC-00
B687ZX BIOS Ver:1.2

KOB ZX AT:
03/10/1999-i440ZX-W977TF-2A69KPNIC-00
BIZ1A BIOS Ver:1.1

But both are slot1 boards.

And found this as a description:
DESCRIPTION
Socket 370 Processor Based AT Board

PROCESSOR

Supports the following processors

Socket 370 for Intel Celeron 300MHz~433MHz CPU


CHIPSET

Intel 82440ZX

SYSTEM MEMORY

2 x 168 pins DIMM Slots (256 MB)

EXPANSION SLOTS

3 - 32-bit Bus Mastering PCI slots (v2.1 compliant)

1 - 16-bit ISA slots

ON BOARD ULTRA I/O CHIP

Two RS-232 serial ports (16550 UART compatible)

One Parallel printer port (SPP/EPP/ECP mode)

2 FDD port (Supports LS120, 3 mode, 1.2/1.44/2.88MB
FDD)

TWO ULTRA DMA-33 IDE PORTS

Supports two independent channels for four IDE devices

Supports up to PIO mode 4 and Ultra DMA/33

Two PCI bus mastering ATA E-IDE ports

BOOT-BLOCK FLASH BIOS

Award PCI BIOS with green, ACPI, APM, plug and play, DMI
functions, and Year 2000 compliant

Supports multiple-boot from E-IDE / SCSI /CD-ROM / FDD /
LS120 / ZIP

2 Mb Flash ROM

BOARD DIMENSIONS

Four layers, 220 mm x 220 mm

AT form factor

AT& ATX Power connector support
AT Keyboard and PS/2 mouse connector











This information is subject to change without notice.
All brand names and trademarks are the properties of their respective owners.
Please check entire board surface for ANY markings at all.
edwin/evasive

Do not assume anything

System error, strike any user to continue...
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