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    New BIOS NF7-S V2.0 d21

    http://fae.abit.com.tw/eng/download/bios/nf7-s2.htm

    Add fan speed monitor support in the nVidia System Utility.
    Update SATA BIOS to version 4.2.43.
    BIOS compile date: 12/01/2003

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    thx for the heads up, I'll be needing this in a weeks time, when I (finally) get my SATA Cuda delivered... damn crappy dabs christmas time ....

    /continues muttering obscenities

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    you know, I run flashmenu, I get told "your flashmenu program is too old blah blah blah"

    which is odd, because I have version 1.31, which according to ABIT, is only a week old or so..

    Anybody else getting this?
    Quoth the server... "404"

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    the only main thing added in this bios is the sata bios update - not much point in me flashing as my sata is working fine...
    does anyone know what is changed in the sata bios - is there any point in anyone changing bios to this?

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    My SATA works fine, updated it on Saturday and got BIOS 20, try to update now n it says my proggies too old...

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    Just had a route thru there FTP site and came up with this...

    ftp://ftp.abit.com.tw/pub/download/u...ashMenu131.exe

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    Ok scrub that, 1.31 it too old as well apparently... :S

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    or you could use a floppy drive to do it...

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    worked well with flashmenu 1.30

    temp drops 2-3 degrees with D21

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    I had flashmenu 1.30 before when I tried it and it didnt work, neither did 1.31, how the fapp did you get it to work?

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    just download the bios files from abit ftp to hard disk, and upgraded under winxp pro. that all i did

    btw, upgrade from D20

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    The new Bios 21 reduced stability at high fsb for me - flashed back to d10 and the BIOS recognised my 2500 as a 3100 - this is mentioned at amdforums, then d10 seemed less able to work at high fsb - chose d18, as it seems some peeps are happy with this version - things seem to have settled and my BIOS recognises my cpu correctly.
    So in conclusion, my experience with d21 was unrewarding.
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