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VIVA ARGENTINA Y BRASIL - THIS BIOS IS FOR USE ONLY ON THE PCCHIPS M571 v3.2a MOTHERBOARD.
wich date of 01.02.2002 + Flashrom - I used and work well - following list summarizes the changes incorporated into this
release of the BIOS:
1) Embedded VGA BIOS v1.09 was removed and v1.13 has been added. No VGA BIOS information will show when the system boots. This is normal. The BIOS version string that previously appeared during POST appears to have been a customization performed either by the board manufacturer or the chipset manufacturer. Not wanting to change the virgin ROM code, no attempt has been made to re-insert this string. The lack of the string display in no way affects the functionality of the BIOS.
2) Under the "Advanced Chipset Setup" menu:
Andrés (DG Member) on 6/15/2004
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