Epirb406 20:03 22 Apr 03

Anybody know anything about this outfit?

I would like a bios upgrade, hell things must have changed for the better in the last 8 years!

However, it ain't broke at the moment and I would like my hand held, are these the people for that job?

Thanks in advance, Epirb.

  hugh-265156 20:18 22 Apr 03

i would leave alone unless your having problems with hardware or upgrading the processor hard drive etc as it can all go horribly wrong.however i would try the manufacturers website first before going elsewere for updates.

  Tog 21:25 22 Apr 03

Best place to go is the manufacturer's site. Each upgrade should have a list of the problem's it addresses. If there is nothing changed for the better as far as your hardware is concerned, don't do it.

  Gongoozler 21:53 22 Apr 03

Hi Epirb406,
I only know that when I e-mailed Mr. Bios in the USA (click here) for information I got a reply from Among other things they sell programmed BIOS chips. They also say that if your BIOS flash goes wrong they can reprogram the chip for you. The cost of a new BIOS chip was quoted as £39 last year. I think keeping their web address handy is an excellent insurance in case a flash upgrade using software downloaded from the motherboard manufacturer goes wrong.

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