P5BV3+ need newest BIOS

Discussion in 'FIC' started by John Fader, Jan 27, 2004.

  1. John Fader

    John Fader Guest

    I'm hoping that this group will have knowledge that I have not been able
    to find via websearches.

    I'm trying to build a machine for my student son to use for office apps
    and internet (cable connection). I have a P5BV3_, Rev: B4 that I ran
    with an AMD K6-2/450 3DNOW chip. The BIOS does not support large hard
    drives (and probably not K^-2, "officially")

    I would like to flash him a new BIOS so he can install a large drive
    without adding a RAID card.

    Does anyone know of a location where I can find BIOS information for
    this board? The FIC site diesn't even list the board model number on its
    download site.

    TIA/The Fader
     
    John Fader, Jan 27, 2004
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    Kyle Brant Guest

    Try the Asus web site, the p5b is an Asus board.

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    Best regards,
    Kyle
    | I'm hoping that this group will have knowledge that I have not been
    able
    | to find via websearches.
    |
    | I'm trying to build a machine for my student son to use for office
    apps
    | and internet (cable connection). I have a P5BV3_, Rev: B4 that I ran
    | with an AMD K6-2/450 3DNOW chip. The BIOS does not support large
    hard
    | drives (and probably not K^-2, "officially")
    |
    | I would like to flash him a new BIOS so he can install a large drive
    | without adding a RAID card.
    |
    | Does anyone know of a location where I can find BIOS information for
    | this board? The FIC site diesn't even list the board model number on
    its
    | download site.
    |
    | TIA/The Fader
     
    Kyle Brant, Jan 27, 2004
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  3. John Fader

    John Fader Guest

    Kyle,

    thanks for the lead. Happens that it's not ASUS, but DFI. I remembered
    that it wa 3 initials, just got the wrong three!!! :-0


    Tnx/Fader
     
    John Fader, Jan 27, 2004
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