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Rigge77
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I'm looking for 9ka7-1.bin for my BIOS..............
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BIOS ID? Board type?
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Google search for 9ka7-1.bin turns up http://www.lucky-star.com.tw/pub/Bios/m ... 9ka7-1.bin for 6abx2c/v 1Mbit. Give us more info as requested in the posting rules so we can confirm.
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..also listed under 6AZX2V.
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NickS could you please try and download those. It may become clear what the problem is...
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BIOS file must have been renamed. If you go one level up:
http://www.lucky-star.com.tw/pub/Bios/m ... 70/6abx2c/
...you'll see that no file goes by that name any longer.

The file that's there is:
04/11/2001-i440BX-W977-2A69KL1AC-00
6ABX2V/C-H0
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HE's looking for the latest Bios for his board for 128KByte Flashrom .
It's listed as the latest but not available .
http://www.wimsbios.net/phpBB2/viewtopi ... highlight=
Rigge77
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http://www.lucky-star.com.tw/pub/Bios/m ... 9ka7-1.bin link is dead.

6abx2vh0.bin dosn't work for me it says file size dosn't match....
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The latest one I can find is:
05/05/1999-i440ZX-W977-2A69KL1AC-04
#9KA6-03

http://file2.mydrivers.com/bios/9ka6-3-4.bin
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I now wonder if 9ka7-1.bin ever existed...
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Looks like there was 9ka7-2.bin too. But for 6P2BX 2.0 board 8O
http://www.acer.co.kr/cgi-bin/technote/ ... ios_acermb
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Yup and both were online on people homepages too. Check the result you get with 9ka7-2.bin in Google groups...
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After hours of sweating, how about this 128KB version?

08/06/1999-i440BX-W977-2A69KL1AC-00
#9KA6-07
http://www.midatech.com/bios/6ABX2V.exe
(6ABX2C and 2V use the same BIOS, as mentioned above).

....what a headache! :)

Note: the BIOS doesn't offer native support for HDDs > 32GB, but what the heck! It's the latest available (upto now).
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Found it!!!! 8) 8) 8) 8) 8)

01/17/2000-i440BX-W977-2A69KL1AC-00
#9KA7-02
128KB version
BIOS already supports HDDs over 32GB & 64GB
From: http://strony.wp.pl/wp/rafal.widyna/ (check left frame/column where the flashing exclamation marks are)

Note: I believe this should be stored on wimsbios.net for posterity's sake.
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