Gigabyte Technology 8ipe1000 (Rev 1.0) Driver Download

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Supported Models

8ipe1000 (Rev 1.0) Driver

Manufacturers

Gigabyte Technology

Supported Operating Systems

DOS, Other

File Name

bios_8ipe1000_f11_REV_1.0.exe (411.9 KB)

Versions

F11 (9-Sep-2004)

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Uploader Notes

8iPE1000(REV 1.0)Bios update (checked)

Version F11

Supports :

1 Fixed 0F41 CPU can't boot issue (F11).

2.Support Intel Celeron-D CPU (F10)

3.Update Micro code (F9)

4.Update CPUID 0F33h micro code to 07h(F8)

5.Fixed Install NT4.0 Fail with Prescott CPU(F8)

6.Support BIOS auto-rescue function(F7)

7.MP Release(F6)

!!!ONLY FOR REV 1.0!!!!

Extract in a formated diskete(without any error)Run q-Flash in the bios Backup old bios named "oldbios",click update select "8ipe1000.f11"

and Good luck!!!

Uploaded By

Andreas (DG Member) on 28-Dec-2004

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