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    Latest Abit IP35 Dark Raider BIOS

    Ive never really delt with BIOS updates and was wondering if someone who has could link me to the newest BIOS update? Thanks!

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    Re: Latest Abit IP35 Dark Raider BIOS

    Abit IP35. I'll have to do that soon as well.

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    Re: Latest Abit IP35 Dark Raider BIOS

    Cheers man will the latest download (at the top) cover all the thing thast the previous downloads cover? Or will i have to get them all?

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    Re: Latest Abit IP35 Dark Raider BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by Bounty_Bam View Post
    Cheers man will the latest download (at the top) cover all the thing thast the previous downloads cover? Or will i have to get them all?
    It will cover all of them.

    Just download and install the latest one.

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    Re: Latest Abit IP35 Dark Raider BIOS

    Ive placed all the files need for the BIOS update onto a clean floppy disk, but I cant boot from it! Does vista have a different method than XP? Ive set my first boot device to Floppy, but I just get the 'Remove Disk and press any key to restart' message :/

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    Re: Latest Abit IP35 Dark Raider BIOS

    Just use the Abit flash utility in windows. Thats what I use and it worked great.

    Heres the latest version of Abit Flashmenu
    ftp://ftp.abitshop.com/pub/utilities...shmenu1507.zip

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    Re: Latest Abit IP35 Dark Raider BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by Bounty_Bam View Post
    Ive placed all the files need for the BIOS update onto a clean floppy disk, but I cant boot from it!
    daft question but did you make it a bootable DOS disk?
    it should boot from that ahead of the HDD if you have it setup properly so OS on your HDD is immaterial.

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    Re: Latest Abit IP35 Dark Raider BIOS

    I've tried the last BIOS (february), but it seems to be compromised. It is not recognised by the flash utility and I cannot open die BIOS settings menu after POST. Besides some errors.

    Everythings works fine with the January version though.

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    Re: Latest Abit IP35 Dark Raider BIOS

    I've never even updated my BIOS for my IP-35 Pro. Any real reason to?

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    Re: Latest Abit IP35 Dark Raider BIOS

    if it ain't broke ...
    most BIOS updates tend to be for things like supporting new CPUs.
    You can read the changelogs Universal abit > Motherboard, Digital Speakers, iDome, AirPace, Multimedia
    if none are relevant for you just leave as is.

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    Re: Latest Abit IP35 Dark Raider BIOS

    I wonder if it would finally let me run my Patriot memory at the rated 4-4-4-12 timings...

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