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    Unhappy Bad Bios Flash - Gigabyte K8V800 Pro

    I decided to upgrade the bios on an old AMD Socket 754 platform, but the bios flash failed and I stupidly flashed again and corrupted both main and backup bios. I've tried recovering by setting up a floppy with an old bios and a specially written autoexec.bat file, but it still shows a blank screen and does not want to take it. Have I now got a very large paperweight?

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    Re: Bad Bios Flash - Gigabyte K8V800 Pro

    contact gigabyte would be my advise and see what they can suggest

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    Re: Bad Bios Flash - Gigabyte K8V800 Pro

    Are the BIOS soldered, or can you remove one?
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