I cant flash my bios!!!

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I cant flash my bios!!!

Postby danman14 » Sat Aug 31, 2002 11:02 am

I'm almost positive i have the proper .bin file for my award bios, but when i try to flash it, it says "file size does not match" or something like that. I have a Pine TL-ZX31 motherboard with an Intel 440zx chipset. I have a feeling the problem might be the version of the awdflash program i have, but I dont know where to get the right version, because Pine doen't even have one on their site! Anyway, if someone could tell me what's going on or provide me with a better awdflash verion, (i have been looking for v5.00 but i cannot find it) then it would be greatly appreciated.
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Postby Denniss » Sat Aug 31, 2002 12:56 pm

File size do not match means the file you want to flash is too small or too big to fit into your Flashrom Bioschip .
You either have a 128KB Bios and a 256KB file or vice versa .
Or your Bios was corrupted while downloading and is a little too small or too big .
Check for correct model number of your board and redownload the biosfile !
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Postby evasive » Sat Aug 31, 2002 1:04 pm

128KByte is 1 Mbit
256KByte is 2 Mbit

Check what bioschip you have before flashing!!!

http://www.pine-support.com/scripts/lis ... L-ZX31.htm
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Why not use Uniflash?

Postby koremore » Sat Aug 31, 2002 5:30 pm

Why not use Uniflash to write to your BIOS chip? It's a great flash utility, it may do the trick for you.

Available at: http://www.pppr.sk/rainbow/programs.html
Let us know how you make out.

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