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I'm using the TX Pro II, M571 Mainboard. The init string is:
When I used the AMI identify program it detected it is M571 Pc Chips board.
I found some BIOS Updates, but I don't know what version of PCB I have. There are three to choose: 3.2A, 5.1 and 7.0
How do I get to know this information? Is there a program that can give it to me? What happens if I use a bios for 5.1 on a 7.0?
- BIOS Bodhisattva
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On a PC-Chips motherboard the version no. is usually printed in the corner near the keyboard connector.
- El cheapo dude
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Forget the 5.1 version. It really belongs to the M571LMR family (more recent). Just remember versions 3.0, 3.2, 3.2a and 7.0.
In your case, a misflash will make you lose floppy access, etc., but your board will most probably boot.
- Master Flasher
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Occassionally you will find the version number under a small, round, white quality control sticker, sometimes behind the first ISA slot as well.