IDE UDMA/ATA Suckage, or something else?
mail-e-0b4b1ac58e022dd7bc at kimihia.org.nz
Mon Aug 13 15:33:12 PDT 2001
mmarion at miguelito.org wrote:
: Oh BTW, if anyone has the K7T-pro board.. it defaults to turning on the "BIOS
: protection" or whatever that setting is. You have to disable it before you
: can flash the bios, and it'll turn itself on again. I guess it's a nice
Interesting method of protection. :-) So lets get this straight ... you
remove the BIOS write protection via software, then you write all over it.
Doesn't that just add another line or two of code to Chernobyll or similiar
A jumper pin would be a better idea.
Stephen Cope - http://sdc.org.nz/
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