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    Hey guys after scouring the internet for days trying to bring a computer from my childhood back to life, I decided to stop by here and see if someone can help me. I have an 386 motherboard with a corrupted BIOS chip, and I'm trying to locate a new file to program to a new chip to bring it back online. Using my chip programmer, I have managed to read the chip and extract the identification code from the bios that would normally display in the lower left hand corner of the screen.

    30-400-ZZ1247-00101111-050591-PEAKDM

    The board uses 3 CHIPS and Technologies chips, numbered as follows...

    F82C351, F82C355, F82C356

    I believe the board is an ABIT FU325/FU333/FU340.

    Thanks guys!

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    I attached a bios file with the ID 40-0200-DN1429-00101111-050591-PEAKDM_B
    It is from a 486 board with the same chipset.

    Chips_Peak-DM.bin.zip

    (binary file, just remove the ".zip" extension)

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    I own the 386 board in question. After work I can upload the ROM.

    *edit*

    Here you are:
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    Last edited by Anonymous Coward; December 28th, 2015 at 05:34 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anonymous Coward View Post
    I own the 386 board in question. After work I can upload the ROM.
    *edit*
    Here you are:
    I have added it to http://www.minuszerodegrees.net/at_c...clone_bios.htm

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    You guys are awesome! I tried both BIOS files, and both work great. It was awesome to see the board back to life after being stuck in a closet for so many years. I was hoping the 486 version of the BIOS might have LBA support for larger drives, but no luck. Does anyone know if anyone made a BIOS for this chipset with LBA support?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodney Hershkowitz View Post
    I was hoping the 486 version of the BIOS might have LBA support for larger drives, but no luck. Does anyone know if anyone made a BIOS for this chipset with LBA support?
    You might want to look into using XTIDE Universal BIOS.
    Looking for a cache card for the "ICL ErgoPRO C4/66d V"

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    Since you are the original owner the FU340, by chance would you happen to have the user manual for it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by diodenmann View Post
    I attached a bios file with the ID 40-0200-DN1429-00101111-050591-PEAKDM_B
    It is from a 486 board with the same chipset.

    Chips_Peak-DM.bin.zip

    (binary file, just remove the ".zip" extension)
    Diodemann:

    Thank you very much.
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