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PostPosted: Sun Sep 15, 2002 9:57 am 
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My brother needs to flash his BIOS to support a better CPU. How does he determine which of the following three he’s running?

HPT 366 BIOS - Categorized on the ABIT site as: BE6-II
HPT 370 BIOS - Categorized on the ABIT site as: BE6-II v1.2
HPT 370 RAID BIOS - Categorized on the ABIT site as: BE6-II v2.0

I'm assuming that the three are not compatible and he has to upgrade using whatever series is currently on his mobo. Of course if my assumption is incorrect please advise accordingly.

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The board should have a PCB/Rev version on it somewhere.
The first would be for Rev 1.0, second would be Rev 1.2, third would be for v2.0 with RAID

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 15, 2002 11:56 am 
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Great! Thanks :D

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