QDI (Speed Easy) BIOS BrillianX IV Driver Download

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QDI (Speed Easy) BIOS BrillianX IV Driver Download
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Supported Models

BIOS BrillianX IV Driver

Manufacturers

QDI (Speed Easy)

Supported Operating Systems

Not Applicable

File Name

B4_v14lr.zip (186.2 KB)

Versions

1.4 (8-Jun-1999)

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Uploader Notes

BIOS Firmware File

Slot I - BrillianX Series Motherboards Based on Intel's Bx Chipset

BrillianX IV BIOS Version 1.4 for LogoEasy and SecurityEasy.

(support PCB v1.0 mainboards only) Bios Modified:

1. Supports P-III 550 CPU.

2. Supports SST39SF020 flash ROM.

3. Updated the microcode of CPU0660 (Celeron 433).

4. Set the default value of "Spread spectrum" as "disabled".

5. Detect the ATA66 correctly and showing as UDMA4.

Uploaded By

BalajiA (DG Staff Member) on 31-Mar-2005

Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
README.TXT 1.6 KB 7 Jun 1999
B4_v14lr.bin 262.1 KB 4 Jun 1999

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