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    Award Bios Parameters???????

    Sorry a bit OT but what I want is a complete list of ALL possible Bios flash "additional" parameters, what they mean, and what they do,

    There must be a list on some site but I've spent an hour searching without results yet,

    eg: if I flashed this:- AWDFLASH BH6_GY.BIN /PY /SN /CC /CD

    CC = Clear CMOS
    CD = Clear DMI data

    but what do the others mean and do, and how many are there? anyone help please.

    [This message has been edited by BladeRunner (edited 07-25-2000).]

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    there's even more...

    AWDFLASH.EXE /py /sn /cd /cp /cc

    but sorry i know as much as you do...
    Fast, Faster, WooHoO!!!

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    Check your motherboard post. http://ic.doma.kiev.ua/inside/award/eflash.htm
    Axe

    [This message has been edited by Axe (edited 07-26-2000).]

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    Thanks for that Axe

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    Update

    Thanks for that Input Axe and I have solved a bios problem with my Abit BE6 r2.

    When I booted from a shut down state the PC would boot OK but if I restart or use the reset switch at all it would boot up show video info then give this:-

    Award Bios Boot Block

    Bios Rom Checksum Error
    Detecting Foppy Drive A media

    and it would just do nothing. If I then switched off and straight on again it would boot up fine.

    I had a feeling the Checksum had got it's nickers in a twist because newer bios flashing didn't solve the problem.

    It appears to work fine now after flashing with these parameters:-

    ABITFAE BEH_SH.BIN /CC /CD /CP /LD /CKS

    A great help as that boot fault was getting tiresome.

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