Bios update for Lucky Star 6ABX2V

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alconde
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I need to update my motherboard for using a Maxtor 60GB. It doesn't works with my motherboard.
Where can I find the update for BIOS? In the official page I have found a 2MB BIOS version, but I'm not sure if this one works or if I need 1MB BIOS version.

Thanks.
ajzchips
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Why don't you tell us your BIOS ID string first? If it's of 8/1999 (AWARD) or later, it should support 60GB.
bobbyworld
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Looking for the 1mb bios upgrade for LuckyStar 6ABX2V , it's a broken link on their website. The download there is 9ka7-1.bin

Thanks :)
ajzchips
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This one works:
http://www.pchardware.chat.ru/9ka7-1.bin

01/14/2000-i440BX-W977-2A69KL1AC-00
BackBonE
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I've got the similar HDD problem, but the URL mentioned above is broken. I need an updated link, any help?

Program: Unicore BIOS Wizard Version 1.8
Program: Unicore Chip Detect v0.72 2000.03.10
BIOS Date: 10/20/98
BIOS Type: Award Modular BIOS v4.51PG
BIOS ID: 10/20/1998-i440BX-W977TF-2A69KL1AC-00
BIOS Eval: #AD3-11
Chipset: Intel 440BX/ZX rev 3
Superio: Winbond 977TF rev 0 found at port 3F0h

2A69K: Intel 440BX/ZX chipset (Pentium II/III based chipset)
L1: Lucky Star
AC-00: 6ABX2V ver:1,2
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One version before that is here:
http://web.rekvizit.ru/drivers/MotherBo ... ar/6abx2v/

A really new one is here:
6ABX2V bioses
edwin/evasive

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System error, strike any user to continue...
BackBonE
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After a long loooonnng search I landed on a site with many BIOS's including 6ABX2V: http://formoza-centre.narod.ru/mb.htm There I found 9ka7-1.bin, which solved my 60GB HDD problem. Anyway thanks a lot. :lol:
ajzchips
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The 9Ka7-2 edwin suggested seems newer...
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