Aopen BIOS AK77-400 Max Driver Download (Official)

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BIOS AK77-400 Max Driver



Supported Operating Systems

Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows NT4, Windows NT3.51, Windows ME, Windows 98SE, Windows 98

File Name (467.5 KB)


R1.07 (13-Nov-2003)

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Uploader Notes

AK77-400 Max

checksum 67C8H

Changed Promise PDC20375 SATA150 Option ROM From "R1.00.0.22" to "R1.00.0.33"

Modified supported VGA nVidia MX440(4x,8x)BMX420BFX5200 PCI Cards to entry WinXP.

Modified "Clock Spread Spectrum" in "Frequency/Voltage Control" Page default value from "Enabled" to "Disabled"

Added supported "AMD Duron(tm) 1400MHz" FSB133 CPU.

Modified "5VSB(V)" in "Silent BIOS/HW Monitor" Page to more exactly.

Modified hang on "C1" while power on with uXP3000+/FSB333 CPUv+uDDR333*3v

Updated EzWinFlash.

Fixed Multimedia Device is disappeared on BIOS Post 2nd page.

Uploaded By

Purushothaman (DG Staff Member) on 20-Mar-2006

Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
WK74M107.exe 545.7 KB 27 Oct 2003
k74m107.bin 262.1 KB 27 Oct 2003

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