If you are considering updating your BIOS, we strongly suggest that you first
contact your dealer or system assembler. This On-line BIOS Guide contains only
general information about the standard product, and as such, the information
and files provided here may not, in some cases, work with your hardware.
You should be aware that flashing a BIOS is not guaranteed to be successful.
If your system is already running well, then even if there is a new version
of the BIOS available, it may not be the best option to flash the new one. Your
system may experience serious adverse side effects or even lower performance.
If you decide to flash a new BIOS make sure that you have first made a backup
copy of your present BIOS onto a bootable floppy. This way you will most likely
be able flash back to your old setup if problems arise.
ver. 1.13JD12 07/08/1998
"AMD-K6(tm)-2" & "Cyrix M II/IBM 6x86MX" CPU ID
Note: These are only text strings that get displayed
on the boot screen. This BIOS update does not improve performance, therefore
do not update unless absolutely necessary.
ver. 1.13JD11 03/06/1998
"AMD K6/266" CPU ID string.
Note: This is only a text strings that gets displayed on
the boot screen. This BIOS update does not improve performance, therefore
do not update unless absolutely necessary. 1.13JD12 contains this update
and update for K6-266 and newer CPUs so if you want to make a BIOS update,
1.13JD12 is recommended.
2. Added Trend Anti-Virus protection in BIOS. (Trend Anti-Virus code
||AWARD BIOS ver. 1.11JD10
2. Use Flash540.zip
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