c't flasher is a small ISA card for programming 5V parallel flash chips. And yes, I used it on one of my other computers. I didn't reprogram the original chip since I had some chips of the same type (Winbond W49F002U) lying around - just took another one and flashed the FIC AZ31 BIOS image into that.kltsin wrote: You have a second pc that has a flashboard of some sort, either isa, pci or ide. (Ive heard you can actually build one, somewhere...)
Then REprogrammed the original chip, or did you have a new chip that you programmed using c't flasher?
AFAIK UWAVE-3 has KT133A chipset. Never seen a KT133 board running at 133MHz...kltsin wrote: I also was curious if this would allow ALL of the Compaq boards that use the FIC AZ31 (UWAVE, UWAVE-2, UWAVE-3, UWAVE-R) to actually now utilise the K133 chipsets 133mhz speeds.
Compaq used only 100mhz on all except the UWAVE-3, but left the 100-133 mhz jumper.
Are there multiplier jumpers on AZ31? They are not mentioned in the manual...kltsin wrote: Compaq also seems to have removed the multiplier jumpers also, well at least on the UWAVE, not sure about others...
The multiplier of socket A processors can always bet set using the so-called pin-mod.
News on my tests:
My UWAVE board has been running memtest86+ more than 24h without any problems now. Will try to install Windows and/or Linux (not decided yet) to see if all the other devices on the board work normally.