6ALX2.zip (163.1 KB)
This ZIP contains 2 files.
The bios file (9JD8-A.BIN) was downloaded from www.Lucky-Star.com.tw
The file is good. Do not use their AWDFLASH.exe progam to load the BIOS. I tried 3 different versions of that program and none of them worked.
From www.WimsBios.com I download his UNIFLASHER.exe program. Upon running this program and typing in the name of the .bin file (9jd8-a.bin) it told me that there was a memory block mismatch error (or something like that) do I want to procede anyway? I said what the h*** and hit yes. It forced the BIOS flash. I rebooted noticed that the new BIOS date was 01/10/2000. I shut down, hooked up my Maxtor 7200 RPM 60GB drive, rebooted, and it recognized it immediatly.
Problem solved. I hope this helps.
UniFlash is Key (DG Member) on 28-Oct-2002
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|9jd8-a.bin||131.1 KB||27 Oct 2002|
|UNIFLASH.EXE||46.3 KB||3 Aug 2002|
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