I think it was for people who changed the BIOS setting. Now to get the nic to work At least for me. I will try to extract and to open the BIOS file. Topic settings Print view.
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If you want to try it nevertheless and need help, you should give us the link to the BIOS rqid your system. I tryed to reboot on winxp. In Tiger, Macdotnub s520 Kalyway boot out of the box. I am fairly new to BIOS modding. Your just going by what Dell has plastered in the bios screen and because it comes shipped like thatand in a junk windows environment maybe thats a great solution but we’re not.
E is actually a very nice platform for Leopard. E works nicely in raid mode. Any help would be very much appreciated.
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Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. Now to get the nic to work I have had a similar problem on my old server w520 the every time the power went out the BIOS went corrupt and all that was on the screen was a flashing cursor, so I had a ROM file on a USB drive that I would use to restore it.
First of all sorry for my bad english Intel Core 2 Duo E EXE Thanks for the link. Posted May 9, Onboard ethernet doesn’t work, but I use a Linksystx pci card with tulip. A tip, search the forum. At least raiid me.
E520 ands BIOS HD Setting
Fernando Show info Posts:. You need to be a member in order to leave a comment. Posted January 13, I get this message, which doesn’t seem to be a bad rzid, and I’m not sure what to do from there.
Posted January 15, I have not tried this personally.
Posted December 23, SATA Gb with two partitions first for xp. Posted August 10, Already have an account? I will try to extract and to open the BIOS file.
And so rxid do. I had to make the harddrive the other option besides the LSI driver Zitat von plutomaniac im Beitrag 10 Zitat von Fernando im Beitrag 9 What I do not know is how to replace this module by another one and then to repack the complete EXE file.
Me too, I have no Phoenix bios knowledge but it seems like the logical thing to do. If any of you get it working, you could maybe post the results here? Actually, that is bad advice.