So could you please help me? Or can I simply flash the bios with this message?
Sorry for my english, but Im not not British or American
gold007 wrote:The chip is MX 28F1000PPF-12C4. The number, that flash program give is 28F010 /12VAre you sure it's labeled 28F1000PPF and not PPC ?
gold007 wrote:I tested the PSU some months ago and the 12v was 11,9-11,95V so it should be enough. But if I cant flash it I also can ask somebody with a flash programmer to burn the bios into the chip, so it must be successfull and not erase chip fail or something.If everything else work these less than 12V may be enough to pevent a successfull earasing of the chip. These 12V MXIC chips were not very voltage tolerant, more then 12V is OK but less is a No-Go.
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