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What's New in This Release:
Applies to both MX3W and MX3W-L
Password no longer required in booting procedure if "Setup" chosen in the security option.
Fixes occassional SCSI boot failure when first bootable device is not set to be SCSI (e.g. C,A,SCSI but C: is not formatted)
Adds "Assign IRQ For VGA" option and "Assign IRQ For USB" function.
-5V no longer displayed in System Health if Micro ATX PSU is used.
[Note] The AOpen Easy Flash way does not apply to this new 4Mb BIOS. Please follow steps below to flash the MX3W BIOS.
Procedure: Download this self-extracting file and execute it to get the binary BIOS file, flash and checksum utilities. Run "CHECKSUM MX3Wxxx.BIN" to see if the checksum of the downloaded file is exactly the same as indicated. If not, do the downloading again. Save "AOFL170.EXE" and "MX3Wxxx.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. Execute A:>AOFL170 MX3Wxxx.BIN. DO NOT turn off the 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!