HOW TO FIND YOUR NEW BIOS
First and foremost, you need to know who makes your motherboard
and what model, version & rev it is.
Find the web page for support or contact the dealer you bought it
from and have them e-mail you the bios file. Chances are pretty good that the board
maker has a web page and has a support area for your motherboard. If your motherboard has
more than one version or rev it is ABSOLUTELY required for you to get the right file for
your board. A single rev difference can cause a dead or crippled board.
page and Motherboard Homeworld
are excellent resources to track down your bios.
You can also search using you bios boot-up string to identify your
board. Wim has extensive look-ups for this and Motherboard Homeworld has a bios string look-up
database. Download CTBIOS.exe and run it.
If you know the board maker but not the model number and version:
The board maker may have pictures and information about the board
that will positively identify the board. The information from CTBIOS is invaluable for
If you are not absolutely sure of the make, model and version DO
The following sites have databases to help you identify your