Hi, I have a strange board. It's an Intel DX38BT (eval) with different BIOS ID than usual. Normally the ID is BTX3810J but my board has number 2 instead of number 1 (the reason why I do not want to simple type it as a whole is I do not want to be searchable by any search engine as it is actually not searchable anywhere by Google). The BIOS in this board is very old (eval, some 2006 I think) and the board does not recognize lots of nowadays memory modules (and POSTs very long time, about a minute before something even shows on a screen, one might think that it's bricked). Flash tools says the BIOSID's do not match of course. Also the board says that the AA number is not programmed. I searched through the forum and found similar problem and tried to modify the ID in the new BIOS version. I extracted all modules using Phoenix Tools, then changed ALL BTX3810J to .....2.. but realized that when the Phoenix tool recompiles the firmware it probably doesn't use the DUMPed files since the reconstructed firmware image is the same as the source (I just checked the "no SLIC" check). Can somebody help me? Thanks.