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[SOLVED] CMOS Freetech MB

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Monk_, Jan 10, 2002.

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  1. Monk_

    Monk_ Thread Starter

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    Thanks TechGuy for getting the forums back up so quickly.

    Does anyone know which jumper clears CMOS on an old Freetech 586F60 mb? I tried the usual sources but it isnt listed.

    Thanks.
     
  2. ETS

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    Try JP20 pins 2-3 closed.

    Good luck.
     
  3. Monk_

    Monk_ Thread Starter

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    Thanks ETS, do you show anything for Flash BIOS? This thing wont POST, I think Noah got some water in it when he used it to navigate the ark.
     
  4. ETS

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    Hi Monk_

    Try the following website www.flexus.nl

    When you get there, you have to click on screen to enter.
    Once in, click on BIOS UPGRADE

    The instructions for using the flash file are at the top of the screen. You're motherboard is listed near the bottom. The file you want is 56xs-q.bin.

    I'm not 100% sure this is the right file for your Bios but I think it's your best bet. Again, good luck.
     
  5. Monk_

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    Problem solved.

    Thanks again ETS.
     
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