FIC BIOS VB-601 Documentation Download (Official)

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FIC BIOS VB-601 Documentation Download (Official)
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BIOS VB-601 Driver



File Name (156.2 KB)


MI412 (23-Jan-1999)

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Uploader Notes



PCB Version-1.3, 1.4

Fix: 1. Pentium III not have a item in bios setup to enable/disable Product Serial Number ("ID") or PSN 2. New ZIP floppy can't be correctly detected. 3. Some power supplies with too high a voltage cause the BIOS always show a warning message

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. please see the FAQ If you received a voltage warning message with a BIOS prior to this version,

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Lakshmi (DG Staff Member) on 17-Sep-2004

Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
bios_type.txt 30 bytes 10 Feb 1999
MI412.bin 262.1 KB 4 Mar 1999
bios_beep_codes.txt 2.0 KB 23 Sep 1998
BIOS_recovery.txt 4.1 KB 10 Feb 1999
flash625.exe 23.7 KB 7 Dec 1998
mi412_vb-601_pcb1314.txt 595 bytes 5 Mar 1999

How to Update BIOS VB-601 Device Drivers Quickly & Easily

Step 1 - Download Your Driver

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Tech Tip: If you are having trouble deciding which is the right driver, try the Driver Update Utility for BIOS VB-601. It is a software utility which automatically finds and downloads the right driver.

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