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biostar rom chip

Posted on 2007-04-02
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i need a rom chip for my biostar t6100 (939) mobo.
does anyone know where i can get one?
thanks
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http://www.biosman.com/
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http://biosrecovery.com/

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well............i tried to update the bios and it failed........so now the computer will not boot
is their a way to load the bios instructions to the rom chip if the comp wont boot?
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Sounds dead :(
Bear in mind that most companies are going to charge you upwards of $70 - $100 for a new ROM chip & it might be an opportunity to think about replacing your motherboard.
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found one at biosman.
thanks!
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