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60GB: M747 v51
Posted: Fri May 23, 2003 7:51 am
Anybody can help with this one?
Program: Unicore BIOS Wizard Version 2.01
Program: eSupport.com Chip Detect v0.80 2003.02.20
BIOS Date: 07/15/95
BIOS Type: American Megatrends
BIOS ID: 61-1210-000747-00101111-071595-M747-M747V5.0
BIOS Eval: Release 12/10/1998S
Chipset: SiS 5600 rev 17
Superio: ITE 8661/SiS 6801 rev 2 found at port 279h
P.S. NicS, I hope you'll have one
And what FLASHER I should use?
Posted: Fri May 23, 2003 9:55 am
Off the top of my head, my guess would be PC-Chips M747
as I've been asked recently:
You need to check which version you have, usually written near the keyboard connector. Links to ajzchips's site
for manual (if you get "bandwidth limit exceeded", try tomorrow), BIOS at ftp://ftp.pcchips.com.tw/bios/M747/
Unfortunately ftp is disabled on the proxy I'm using at the moment, so I can't check if there's a "1210S" bios which might be what you have at the moment.
Posted: Fri May 23, 2003 3:05 pm
From the Bios-ID it should be a Rev 5.x M747
Latest Bios is from 1999 - should support at least up to 64GB
If IDE HDD Auto Detect option does not work in Bios set the port the drive is connected to Auto and it should work - at least it's working with my M571 and 5/99 Bios
little bit confused
Posted: Mon May 26, 2003 6:12 am
I already put the version that is written on the board, it is M747V51.
There is 5 versions for my board (PCB V1.3, V1.5, V3.0B2 & V5.0), which one is for me?
On boot said, Bios Version 1.23f
Posted: Mon May 26, 2003 3:19 pm
1.23F is the VGA BIOS version.
You need the M747 V5.0 BIOS release.
Thanks for that one
Posted: Wed May 28, 2003 8:04 am
I'll try that one later, this one also doesn't recognise more than 33GB
Program: Unicore BIOS Agent Version 2.01
BIOS Date: 06/02/00
BIOS Type: Award Modular BIOS v4.51PG
BIOS ID: 06/02/2000-693-596-8671-2A6LGC3AC
BIOS Eval: 06/02/2000
Chipset: VIA 82C691 rev 68
Posted: Wed May 28, 2003 10:02 am
Make sure the 32GB limitation clip is removed from your HDD
A 6/2000 Bios should a least support up to 64GB
Posted: Thu May 29, 2003 8:03 am
You're right! I didn't notice that extra jumper.