Help: ASROCK AD2700-ITX

Discussion in 'BIOS Mods' started by icaro96, Jan 23, 2014.

  1. icaro96

    icaro96 MDL Novice

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    i need a help, i broken my bios of ASROCK AD2700-ITX (due to wrong flash), i can't reflash... i have a work ASROCK AD2550B-ITX a similar mainboard.
    I try a change a bios chip between them,in the 2700 with a bios chip of 2550b show the image startup of 2550b and no more...
    I try:
    boot in dos or win the 2550b and a complete loading SO (win7): i try a change the bios chip and try a reflash bios 2700 and result:
    Error: Rom image layout detected RomHole is redesigned.
    :-\
    How i can try?
    thanks
     
  2. urie

    urie Moderator
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    You can also contact ASRock and buy replacement bios chip updated to latest bios. The one from ebay will be blank so of no use to you unless you have a programmer.
     
  3. icaro96

    icaro96 MDL Novice

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    @leebo_28: if you se the auction ebay as a 1buyer: it's me :D but the chip bios received not work :-\

    @urie: before contact asrock assistant id'like try repair myself

    any suggestion?
    thanks
     
  4. CodeRush

    CodeRush MDL Member

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    There are no software flashers that are capable to flash different BIOS correctly on Atom-based platforms, AFAIK, so you have to use a programmer.
     
  5. leebo_28

    leebo_28 MDL Senior Member

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    You are bidding a "Brand-New" BIOS CHIP for one of the motherboards in the title of this auction item.

    The chip will be programmed with the latest BIOS ID/version released from the motherboard manufacturer.
    After purchasing, please feel free to contact with us regarding which ASRock board you want the seller to program the chip for you.
     
  6. leebo_28

    leebo_28 MDL Senior Member

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    You have to message the seller what motherboard bios you want flashed to the chip..