Wake_on_Modem. BIOS: Award PnP 2Mb Flash ROM BIOS Form Factor: ATX Board Size: mm x mm. Software & Utility: HWMON utility. Download and update your AOpen AX6BC motherboard BIOS – 2A69KABF to the latest version. hi guys das any one know were i can download a bios update for a aopen ax6bc that will work with xp only because i have looked on the net.

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Jan 5, Posts: Seemed to work ok.

Tue Feb 19, 5: The AX6BC is supported now!!! It sounds like you are exceeding the buss speeds to far. Havent been home to try it really. Wed Jan 30, 2: Geezer57 Ars Scholae Palatinae Registered: Fri Jan 04, 5: Fri Jan 04, 3: I’ve read that the v1.

Then i hunt down drivers and BIOS patches for whatever issues come with the mobo out of the box. I heated up the solder on the back with an extra-fine solder tip and pushed it partway through, placed the board sideways and heated up the solder pad, then used a small pin on the top side to edge the socket-pin forward far enough to extract it with a pair of tweezers.


My only issue so far is the size of the stock retail intel heatsink.

Bios Flash Utility – Aopen AX6BC User Manual [Page 80]

Thanks for the heads-up! Correct me if i’m wrong. My god, computing power has gotten cheap, 52 bucks?!?

Krick Ars Centurion Registered: I may have to reinstall Win2K, but I’m not sure. I thought I’d resurrect this thread after finding it with a search. I was upfate back by not being able to choose the multiplyer to Eiki Ars Praefectus Registered: Mekanik Ars Tribunus Militum Tribus: What is that Celeron’s native FSB? Jan 22, Posts: I bought a P6S5AT, to go up to 1.

I could wrestle with instability. I had to work it around with a jewelers screwdriver until I got it to break off.

AOPEN AX6BC User Manual: Bios Flash Utility

It extends below the slot1 socket and actually rests right on the motherboard chipset heatsink. Where in OK are you? Computer’s forums, where I found these two articles.


Over a month later, both upgrades are still running rock solid on a daily basis. Jul 5, Posts: Dokebi Ars Scholae Palatinae Registered: Biased turkey Ars Praetorian Registered: I love the efficiency of adding life to old hardware.

Oct 3, Posts: A most excellent way to extend a board’s life, since I was about to trade this one away in favor of one that did support a CII. Uldate, if only they made them that small.

I don’t know if there is any truth to it though.