- Dec 25, 2012
- 2,068 (0.52/day)
- Spencerport NY
|Processor||Pair of Xeon X5675's @ 4.3|
|Memory||12 GB of Corsair Dominator GT's @ 2000 7-7-7-21|
|Video Card(s)||EVGA GTX680|
|Power Supply||EVGA Supernova 750|
It's called 'hot flash', not blind flash.It is a long story but you need another skt A motherboard that supports the same BIOS provider, AMI or Award.
It has been years since I've done that, and even google search does not pick up on this, but in short it was something like, pluck out the failed BIOS chip
from the motherboard BIOS socket, put it in the known working board, replacing the chip it was on its and use BIOS "force/blind flash" using a DOS FDD(floppy) upon post, then when done, place the chip back in the other motherboard.