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You can download the latest BIOS from http://www.station-drivers.com/page/aopen.htm (zip archive)
AOpen provide a utility in the zip archive to flash the new BIOS from DOS. You can build a bootable floppy or CD with the BIOS utility using the tools at http://bootdisk.com/ (no need for DOS or Windows :)
[Here is a bootable cdrom iso image with bios 1.10.] I've sucessfully used it to upgrade from 1.09 to 1.10. Use at your own risk. After booting from the CD run the JMA110.EXE program and follow the instructions. Note that the WJMA110.EXE currently is broken (for updating from within Microsoft Windows). Don't use it.
At least BIOS 1.07 is recommended for linux use!
- Updated i915GM's VideoBIOS ROM to be alv_1214.da1/vb1.
- Updated Silicon3132 SATA OptionROM to be 7204 ROM.
- Default BIOS for any new board
- Updated Silicon3132 SATA OptionROM to be 7211.rom.
- Modified i915GMm-HFS VideoBIOS ROM "Boot Display Algorithm.
- First BIOS to support cpufreq (Enhanced Speedstep) in linux without a kernel patch
- Fix sound can't be recorded.
- Changed Sil3132 SVID/SSID for WHQL Requirement.
- Nolonger avaliable for download from AOpen
- Set "On-Chip Secondary PCI IDE" default value to be "Enabled".
- Changed string "CPU Temp." to be "CPU Kernel Temp."
- Fixed BIOS appearance "IDE Channnel 1 no 80 Conductor cable installed" message when connect with SATA HDD.
- Fixed that Windows XP can't auto detect Monitor changed between D-Sub and DVI connector.
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