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What's New in This Release:
No longer displays 'E' nor 'B' for Katmai and Coppermine of frequency over 600 MHz.
Displays suffix 'A' for only Coppermine128K 533 MHz.
No longer displays 'B' nor 'E' for Coppermine 128K (Celeron) CPU.
Displays 800 for Coppermine 800/100 instead of 800E.
Fixes detection error of 900 MHz (100x9) CPU (used to be 901MHz).
Updates Slot 1 CPU micro code (CPUID=0686H).
Updates FC-PGA package CPU micro code (CPUID=0686H).
Updates Aoflash utility.
Fixes that in Win2000 power cannot be turned off.
[Note] Please follow steps below to flash this new type BIOS of AX6BC EZ motherboards. Procedure: Download this zipped file. Run shareware PKUNZIP (http://www.pkware.com/) which supports miscellaneous operation systems to extract the binary BIOS file and the flash utility. Or Winzip (http://www.winzip.com/) in Windows environment. Save "6BCEZ108.EXE" and "6BCEZ108.BIN" to a DOS floppy disk. Reboot your system with this disk without loading any memory handler (suh as EMM386) or device driver to get as much free space as possible. If you have an EPROM writer, simply take the .BIN file to program your BIOS. Execute A:>6BCEZ108 and the program will do the rest of it. DO NOT turn off power during flashing process, until you are asked to!! Reboot system and press "DEL" to enter BIOS setup, load "BIOS SETUP DEFAULT", then SAVE and EXIT. Done!