AOpen_AX63Pro.zip (4.2 MB)
all BIOS manual (4-Aug-2004)
AOpen AX63Pro slot 1 Via Apollo Pro P2/P3/Celeron motherboard. Archive contains all AOpen BIOS releases 1.17 thru 1.32, what's fixed or added by various BIOSs, English manual in PDF, board's specifications, AOpen's tested CPUs table ('way outdated). Via 4-in-1 drivers can be D/L from Via's site. BIOS 1.28 & up definitely support FCPGA & slot 1 P3 1000MHz 100 & 133 FSB, FCPGA Celeron 700MHz 66 FSB. Slotket adapters work to use socket 370 CPUs. Win9x, WinME, WinXP Pro all run fine on BIOS 1.28 or later (I think 1.17 through 1.20 are buggy so don't use them). Board's USB is really slow getting pics off digital cameras & kills batteries so be sure to use a card reader. Board's stable overall but I don't overclock.
63Pro (DG Member) on 4-Aug-2004
The following files are found inside the driver download file.
|ax63p119.zip/ax63p119.BIN||262.1 KB||10 May 2000|
|ax63p119.zip/AX63P119.EXE||30.9 KB||10 May 2000|
|ax63p120.zip/AX63P120.EXE||30.9 KB||14 Jun 2000|
|ax63p120.zip/ax63p120.BIN||262.1 KB||14 Jun 2000|
|How2Flash.doc||24.1 KB||21 Jan 2001|
|ax63p127.zip/AX63P127.EXE||31.2 KB||16 Nov 2000|
|ax63p127.zip/ax63p127.BIN||262.1 KB||16 Nov 2000|
|ax63p132.zip/AX63P132.BIN||262.1 KB||24 Dec 2002|
|ax63p132.zip/AX63P132.EXE||31.2 KB||24 Dec 2002|
|ax63p128.zip/AX63P128.EXE||31.2 KB||1 Feb 2001|
|ax63p128.zip/ax63p128.BIN||262.1 KB||1 Feb 2001|
|ax63p131.zip/ax63p131.BIN||262.1 KB||26 Sep 2002|
|ax63p131.zip/AX63P131.EXE||31.2 KB||26 Sep 2002|
|Ax63p-ol-e.pdf||2.6 MB||27 Dec 1999|
|ax63p126.zip/ax63p126.BIN||262.1 KB||11 Oct 2000|
|ax63p126.zip/AX63P126.EXE||31.2 KB||11 Oct 2000|
|AX63PRO_BIOSlist_specs.doc||27.6 KB||4 Aug 2004|
|ax63p121.zip/ax63p121.BIN||262.1 KB||21 Jul 2000|
|ax63p121.zip/AX63P121.EXE||31.2 KB||21 Jul 2000|
|AX63Pro_CPU_Table.doc||20.5 KB||4 Aug 2004|
|ax63p125.zip/AX63P125.EXE||31.2 KB||7 Sep 2000|
|ax63p125.zip/ax63p125.BIN||262.1 KB||7 Sep 2000|
|ax63p117.zip/AX63P117.EXE||30.6 KB||30 Mar 2000|
|ax63p117.zip/ax63p117.BIN||262.1 KB||30 Mar 2000|
|Aopen Driver Update Utility||DriverEasy_Setup.exe||5.2 MB||79||Free Download >>|
|AX63 Pro Driver||n/a||aoconfig20002.exe||755.0 KB||34||Free Download >>|
|AX63 Pro Driver||promagic6.0.zip||6.0 MB||50||Free Download >>|
|AX63 Pro Driver||n/a||aoconfig_20001.exe||696.3 KB||30||Free Download >>|
|AX63 Pro Driver||n/a||aiconfig20.exe||664.9 KB||28||Free Download >>|
|AX63 Pro Driver||n/a||windmi10009.exe||741.4 KB||12||Free Download >>|
|AX63 Pro Driver||n/a||aocfgv17.exe||1.1 MB||12||Free Download >>|
|AX63 Pro Driver||n/a||1.00.05.zip||3.0 MB||21||Free Download >>|
|BIOS AX63 Pro Driver||n/a||4in1441v_a_p7.exe||1.4 MB||30||Free Download >>|
|BIOS AX63 Pro Driver||n/a||4.37va.exe||1.1 MB||14||Free Download >>|
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