PCB Version-1.3, 1.4
Fix: 1. Updated CPU ID strings. 2. Windows 98 in ACPI suspend mode will halt when (v. MI410 BIOS with PCB 1.3). 3. Enabled bypass of 100MHz limit with 66MHz processors.
Note: Only for Winbond 977EF I/O Chip (Winbond 83977EF) Do NOT use it with other chips from the 83977EF series (83977EF-AW, etc.), i.e. if you see a dash ("-") after "83977EF", do NOT flash your BIOS with this BIOS update because the board won't be able to boot. The I/O Chip is located near the edge of the motherboard, close to the fifth PCI expansion slot.
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